In This Issue:
The former American Brass plant on Military Road keeps getting cited for federal and state environmental and safety violations.
Another unfortunate chapter in Buffalo railroad history.
Are Democrats of the same mind on five key budget issues?
The Buffalo band’s new record is stunning, startling and confrontational. And it debuts with a show March 29 at Mohawk Place.
Mourning translated into minimalist works, some using make-up as a medium.
Recommended this column: two works of fiction and book of photographs.
A worthy, if terrifying document on the 2008 terrorist attack.
Michael Mararian’s Tsunami is part of the“On the Edge of Oblivion” show at Revolution Gallery, opening this Friday, March 29th from 8pm to 11pm. The show features work from Mararian as well as Gabi de la Merced and Edgar Marquez.
Lynne Dixon’s wild intro video, new Bills stadium blues, budget cheerleading, and Buffalo Police shoplifting overkill.