The Sabres were hosting the New York Rangers and playing for their playoff lives. There were a significant amount of Rangers fans in the arena and, perhaps because of that, there was actually energy in the arena. The Sabres played a solid first period
This open community meeting follows focus groups, public meetings and other discussions held in which neighbors, local residents, business owners, constituent groups, elected and other
We've all seen our favorite buildings on Google Street View and toured neighborhoods - and even cities - we've never been to. The next generation of Google Street View takes viewers inside buildings, and the technology is just getting rolled out in Buffalo.
Local businesses now have a direct connection with this exciting new Google program through the Buffalo Niagara Partnership. Businesses can show off their facilities through virtual tours that are hosted
Yesterday, as a precursor to the echo Art Fair event, artist Max Collins with the help of ReImagine's Cortney Morrison-Taylor, adhered a temporary wheatpaste billboard to the formerly
This Saturday, April 20th, is the Spring Scajaquada Cleanup, as Grant Amherst Good Neighbors concerned about the health of our Scajaquada Creek form the largest contingent of Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper's annual Spring Cleanup. Volunteers meet at 9am at the American Legion at 533 Amherst Street - bring your favorite shovel, rake and sturdy outdoor gear to join your neighbors and Grant Amherst Businesses in cleaning up our community connection to nature. Sign up online
Buffalo's CanalSide district continues to evolve as multiple construction crews, cranes, and heavy equipment dot Lower Main Street and the Inner Harbor. Lieutenant Governor Duffy was on hand yesterday alongside several local leaders including Mayor Byron Brown for a groundbreaking ceremony held for the East Canal, the latest public improvement at Canalside. The $5 million park project that will connect Washington and
There were concerns as of late that the Federal money would be in jeopardy for the second phase of
Preservation Buffalo Niagara is recognizing outstanding preservation projects and those contributing to preservation efforts at its annual awards ceremony May 31, 11:30 AM at Kleinhans Music Hall. Buffalo Rising is profiling this year's winners.
The east monumental stair of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery was constructed in 1905 and consists of a tiered granite stair assembly including granite landings and cheek walls with integral granite seats. This top of this granite assembly aligns with the top of the granite base, upon which sits the original marble Gallery building.
There was a house in Rochester, New York that seamed a long block with its beautiful flanks, aglow beneath the soft hum of American Elms, lined, the way a landscape is lined, by the degrees of light's play. Inside this magnificent house lived a family, and a little girl with pigtails whose life would be forever changed by her experience there. The home was called Boynton House, and it was designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
"Instead of standing in line with neighboring homes, the Boynton House appeared
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On Monday, Anthony Bourdain will be entertaining at Shea's Performing Arts Center (see here). The last time Bourdain was here, he played on the image of Buffalo that is most expected. A City that is slow to recover from the loss of the industrial might it once showcased. During his television series No Reservations, the "Rust Belt" episode (2009), he posed the question, "What
The first thing that stands out is that construction is still ongoing at the Rath County
Exhibit designer and curator, Marty
For thirteen years The Archangel 8 Chess Academy has been teaching people the art of chess, hosting tournaments
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