In This Issue:
Last week, members of the Common Council said they would consider taking steps to ensure the city’s fair housing law is enforced.
An aerial view of the Ellicott District Redevelopment Project, the first and one of the largest urban renewal projects undertaken in New York State.
Councilman Rasheed Wyatt wants to reinstate BPD’s Strike Force? Really?
George the rhino from The Buffalo Zoo attempting to pick the Buffalo Bills first round quarterback draft pick. A person getting hit by a car attempting the Drake “In My Feelings” challenge.
A little slow-burning garage rock from Handsome Jack, some lush indie rock from Leyda.
Four artists, two shows, one street corner: Henry Schmidt, George Gilham, and Marie Prince at Artists Group Gallery, plus Marie Hassett at Art Dialogue.
Movies the way they were meant to be seen, on a bigger-than-life screen in front of a crowd of people, often to audiences who have never had a chance to see them that way.
Five years ago, this is what Torn Space did at Silo City. The company’s latest production at and in the silos takes place this weekend and next.
I believe that New York’s system of electoral fusion is a more pervasive scandal than the alliterative Buffalo Billion bid-rigging. Electoral fusion is worse for New York and the root of its corrupt political culture.
The reputed mastermind of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has launched a full-scale effort to unite Europe’s right-wing forces and bring down the European Union.