In This Issue:
Where now stands the Key Bank Center was once a mix of restaurants, speakeasies, flop houses, and a number of maritime businesses.
It’s our only guarantee in life—so why are we so afraid to talk about death?
Seven days in the life of the soon-to-be former Congressman from Clarence. In the form of a poem—sort of.
Six tracks full of intense, complex, and texturally rich avant-garde string compositions—some of them terrifying.
The gargantuan annual summer feature Hallwalls Members’ Show. This year, a daunting 168 works by 168 artists.
A fashion iconoclast, a movie Forbes calls “wealth porn,” and a terrifically entertaining film from Spike Lee.
ALBERTO REY opens a new exhibit and debuts a new book, both titled The Extinct Birds Project, on Friday, August 17, 5-7pm, at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History (311 Curtis Street, Jamestown).
It doesn’t matter. The campaign script is already written: just insert alt-right Trump avatar.