A new not-for-profit, 21st Century Park on the Outer Harbor
While sipping some of the regional selections, guests will be treated to a preview showing of firearms and artifacts from an upcoming exhibit at the museum called "By Fire and Sword: The War in the Niagara Theatre 1812-1814".
Each month Pride
Enjoying the summer months in Buffalo usually means checking out your fair share of live music, yet it's not very often that a benefit comes along this near and dear to so many. The Concert for a Cure will take place Sunday July 28th and is a tribute to John P. McGowan, benefiting The Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
Corey McGowan has worked tirelessly in creating this concert as a tribute to his late father who sadly lost his battle with cancer in August 2011. During their time spent at Roswell, the
By monopolizing the food supply, and using unethical practices, the agrochemical giant is genetically modifying seeds, forcing their usage upon small farmers, and producing dioxin and PCBs on crops (patented chemicals/pesticides/herbicides). The
On the eastern side of the city, there is an effort underway to relocate and restore a lost Calvert Vaux structure now known as the Vaux Barn. This is a significant effort for a number of reasons, including the fact that Vaux structures were virtually wiped clear from the Olmsted Park System after being so predominant during Olmsted's formidable years. Painting for Preservation 'targeted'
At one point tables and chairs were set up so that visitors to Fables Restaurant could eat outside. That was an awesome idea. Unfortunately it didn't last long - I heard that panhandlers discovered that the diners were "easy
Ithaca, like Buffalo, is undergoing a downtown development spurt. The city of 30,000 has ten projects representing over $125 million in private investment planned or underway in its downtown area. Projects include new and remodeled hotels, a new conference center, renovated historic buildings, 197 new residences, offices, and retail and restaurant space.
While the number and scope of downtown Ithaca projects is impressive, so is the scale and design of the new construction. Nearly all of the projects include active ground floor uses, are built to the street, and
Instead of facing any consequences due to skirting the proper license and permit channels, the shop was cleared for opening without any sort of hang-ups
I decided to ask some of my Facebook friends what they thought of the pizza. It didn't take long for the comments to start piling up... in a matter of minutes a handful of people chimed in, and this is
In one month, I will step onto the stage at the undergraduate commencement ceremony for Canisius College and end my four-year college career as well as my four-year stint as a Buffalonian.
While my love of the city has been growing pretty much since I stepped foot in it as a little college freshmen, it seems fitting that the last couple of weeks that I will spend as a Buffalonian have enhanced my love and admiration for the city ten-fold. It began with a spontaneous
The iconic White's Livery in the Cottage District is shaping up. Crews this week are hoisting roof trusses into place. The historic property will house fourteen apartments when redevelopment work is complete in the fall. Savarino Companies is teaming with West Side Neighborhood Housing Services, Inc. on the $3.4 million project.
The circa-1889 structure was nearly completely leveled by the City after its historic walls started crumbling. Neighborhood residents successfully lobbied the City to save the structure's front and rear facades and distinctive tower.
When not in the studio working on new mixes, Schulz maintains an extensive international touring schedule. He originally held a seven-year residency at The Works in Phoenix, Arizona, where he developed
The University at Buffalo publicly unveiled today the design for its new School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences building to be constructed on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus in downtown Buffalo. A groundbreaking for the new seven-story building is set for fall, and construction is expected to be completed in 2016. The new medical school will bring 2,000 UB faculty, staff and students daily to downtown Buffalo.
The signature feature of the new medical school is a light-filled, six-story glass atrium that joins the building's two L-shaped structures and which includes
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