In This Issue:
“We’re simply criminalizing poverty,” says Legal Aid attorney Rebecca Town.
Questionable spending of nearly a half-million dollars for pricey health insurance benefits and sports tickets.
Will this overlooked waterfront landmark ever be opened to the public again? Start your petitions now…
Glushefski against the machine, Pigeon’s former cronies eyeing local races to influence, and David DiPietro being really dumb.
At UB’s Anderson Gallery, a superbly complex exhibit examines fascist architecture through post-fascist eyes.
Second Generation’s production at Shea’s Smith Theatre is a very worthy presentation of Tony Kushner’s famous intimate epic.
Sick to death of politics? I can’t say that I blame you: These days, who isn’t? But don’t let that put you off from the new production of Frost/Nixon at the Irish Classical Theater.
What the editors of Peach Mag are reading this week, in brief: a study of Audrey Hepburn, a novel, and an investigation into a possible literary fraud.
Literary news and recommendations fromy the editors of Peach Mag.
Better clear your schedule—it’s a great weekend to go to the movies.
If you were a regular watcher of Late Night with David Letterman, you’ll remember a recurring segment called “Dave’s Record Collection,” in which Letterman played excerpts from oddities culled from record store bins usually labeled “Misce
You’re reading this to find out where to drink on St. Patrick’s Day, but we’ve got more than that for you.
Michael Cohen, convicted felon and former personal attorney to President Donald Trump, is no longer in the thrall of Trump or the eponymous MAGA cult.