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2000. I branded myself as a solo artist about 12 years ago; after having a gospel jazz group called 'Consecrated' that didn't work out. I then became very visible in the R&B and Jazz scene around town. As a volunteer street team aid the for the Tralf Music Hall (then operated by Bobby Militello). I had the opportunity of performing in 2000 with 3x Grammy Nominee and Pioneer of Smooth Jazz - NAJEE & performed with local (but nationally known) musicians like Rodney
I read with interest the Buffalo News article (April 30th) about the fire damaged church property on Colvin in Buffalo's Hertel district (see more). This saga begins with the owners hiring a demolition contractor to take a building down, preservationists saying this should not happen, even referring to the project as a "mockery... that there could have been a very appropriate use of the
This massive novel is a good addition to the growing collection of well-researched historical fiction exposing another facet of Buffalo's rich base of stories. Illuminating the stories of some of his ancestors, Richard Sullivan has painted a vibrant portrait of the Sullivan family, beginning with the arrival of Mary McGrady and John Sullivan from Ireland in 1850, and the hardscrabble First Ward of Buffalo where generations of Sullivans and many others struggled to make their way in
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On May 31, 2013, The Buffalo Zoo will be hosting a "go get 'em" get-together to celebrate our love of Buffalo.
On that day there will be plenty of live music, lots of craft beers, food trucks galore, and enough Buffalo-centric organizations
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A new 15 to 20 story building may be rising at the corner of Delaware and Chippewa to serve as the new headquarters of Delaware North. The site is owned by Uniland Development and would be developed as a mixed-use building with a hotel component. The Delaware Court site is said to be the leading contender, but it is unclear how the existing building would be incorporated into the new design.
We are proud to host the another Women in the Sustainable Economy Speaker series on behalf of GreenWorks || Buffalo Niagara. This month's venue is the beautiful Marcy Casino in Delaware Park in Buffalo, NY. On Tuesday, May 21st from 5:30 to 7:00 PM, three more female speakers will join the ranks of women who are coming out as sustainability leaders in the Buffalo Niagara region.
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Don't forget to save the date for the second annual Preservation Plus Conference hosted by Preservation Buffalo Niagara. The conference takes place from September 27th to the 29th at Buffalo Seminary, which was recently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The stately building will provide a great setting for this year's conference, which takes inspiration from the National Trust for Historic Preservation's conference.
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