In This Issue:
New York State keeps kicking the can down the road on ensuring clean water.
The Kensington Water Tower was built from 1908 to 1909 and designed in the Italian Renaissance style by Robert A. Wallace.
If the idea of something called a Big Gay Sing makes you chuckle, that’s good. When the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus staged the first Big Gay Sing in 2009, they wanted it to be over the top.
The current exhibit at Squeaky Wheel is about Black Quantum Futurism. It may not be as arcane as it sounds.
On this week’s reading list: two books of poems, one book of photographs.
Aptly, the title of Nadine Labaki’s Oscar nominee for Best Foreign Language Film means something like “chaos“ in both Hebrew and Arabic.
Travis Keller’s Fissure is part of an exhibit of work by eight Buffalo Arts Studio resident artists at the Kenan Center (433 Locust Street, Lockport), opening with a reception on Sunday, February 24, 2-5pm.
Why would a billionaire be opposed to the Green New Deal? Oh yeah…