Not long after Wine Thief moved out,
Not long after Wine Thief moved out,
Throughout the day there will be celebrities on-hand
This was a great house to grow up in.
A Michigan Avenue parcel and non-descript building, which only months ago was home to an intact half-block of buildings, is currently for sale. The Knoer Group has listed the remaining building at 151 East Eagle Street for sale with a $485,000 asking price, which includes the site of the buildings demolished earlier this year along Michigan Avenue. The remnant building is 11,000 square feet and boasts a "shovel ready site" (stone lot) right next door.
Erie County Executive Chris Collins on Wednesday announced his administration's support of the Fruit Belt/East Side Community Development Project and allocation of $150,000 toward the Fruit Belt Market. Collins was joined by Buffalo Mayor Bryon W. Brown and Minister Michael Chapman of St. John Baptist Church. The 10,000 sq.ft., two-story market will be constructed at the corner of High and Mulberry streets.
The project is being spearheaded by the St. John Fruit Belt Community Development Corporation in partnership with dozens of agencies and organizations.
To see some of the other John
Have you ever wondered what once stood on the corner of Allen and Park Street? Today it is a vacant grass lot, however one would be surprised (or not) to see that it was once a beautiful, Italianate style home with a small storefront. BRO has featured some of these past/present articles, but for anyone who wants to go exploring on his or her own, there are easy ways to do so.
The website whatwasthere.com (put history in its place) is available for anyone to see images
Were you one of those kids who struggled with the periodic table in chemistry class but loved discussing a novel in english class? Did you enjoy the creativity of trigonometry but yawn over the dates set to memory in social studies? I was, and if you were anything like me, you're likely terrified and distrustful of today's "teaching towards the tests," which seems to emphasize rote memorization over the creativity and passion that have made us who we are today.
The first phase of the Urban Habitat Project at the Buffalo Central Terminal is underway. Much of the work is expected to be completed in two weeks, just in time for the National Trust for Historic Preservation Conference. The Terminal will be hosting several field sessions during the four-day conference.
According to project lead Dave Majewski, the Urban Habitat Project has ecological, environmental and community significance. The Urban
The church congregation of the Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church (LAPC) has granted final approval to convert its Memorial Community House into 16 market rate apartments. LAPC's goal is to establish steady income that will allow them to continue serving the congregation, the Elmwood Village, and the poor for another 150 years. The project has been in the works for two years.
LAPC has existed as a church since the founding of the City of Buffalo. The church is
Next up was the American elevator (see below). This time the lighting system was set up from further away and successfully lit up the entire building. Different colorized
As you may know, the Turkey Trot has gotten so popular that last year race organizers decided to limit participation to 12,500 registrants. The race had grown so large that, for the safety of all involved, it was decided to cap the number of runners. That same limit is in place this year as well.
The 116th annual YMCA Turkey Trot will
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