Features Editor : Cassie Elsaesser
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Love Never Dies by Cassie Elsaesser:
In fashion, designers often pull inspiration from decades that have passed. This
On Saturday, November 6, the Massachusetts Avenue Project (MAP) will be having its Organic Vegetable and Fish Market open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at their farm on Massachusetts Avenue (find location).
The market will feature home-grown tilapia sold by the pound and several varieties of fresh autumn vegetables. Included will be sweet potatoes, butternut squash, and broccoli, among others. Purchases
Uniland Development Co. surprised the downtown development community when the firm purchased the shuttered Dulski Federal Building on Delaware Avenue and announced plans to convert the 15-story structure into a mix of office, hotel and high-end condominium units. Though Uniland is the region's largest real estate developer, the company had limited experience in residential and hotel development. The skeptics have been proven wrong and the Avant has set a new standard for development not only in
"The recent news about the re-opening of the Buffalo Lighthouse next year included information that the Coast Guard will be releasing
The party will be a celebration of Buffalo's culture and all the positive things happening in the city's neighborhoods this year. PUSH will also be honoring Buffalo Olympic Gold Medalist and World Champion Bobsledder Steve Mesler. A dinner date with Mesler will be one of
The reconstruction of Prime, Lloyd, Perry and Hanover streets at Erie Canal Harbor is complete. Roads feature cobblestones, exposed aggregate concrete sidewalks, new street lighting, granite curbing, and landscaping work were designed to align with the existing street grid as much as possible, while retaining its historic location. Work started in September 2009. Lloyd and Prime Streets will accommodate two-way traffic, while Hanover and Perry provide one-way traffic beginning
145 Kehr Street is gone. Final resting spot unknown. The early 20th Century brick masonry structure was torn down by owner George Rogers. Rogers operates Kehr-Buffalo Wire Frame and Rogers Industrial Springs, family-owned and operated companies located at 127 Kehr Street at Urban Street.
The Buffalo Preservation Board signed-off on the demolition last month. Rogers has owned the property for over 30 years and is proposing to erect a one-story metal building on the property. A decade ago, a fire sprinkler was reportedly set off and damaged the building's
The year was 1954. Buffalo Seminary, an all-girls high school located on Bidwell Parkway, had just purchased the John D. Larkin Estate on the corner of Forest Avenue and Lincoln Parkway. Within months, the back yard to the 1915 mansion was transformed into a playing field for competitive sports, including field hockey and soccer. A quote from the school's publication that year summed up the significance of the acquisition: "This field will be wonderful for the students, especially for those who have had to deal in the past with slopes, ruts and mud holes. At last
The film, which won the Special Jury Prize for Best U.S. Documentary Feature at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, chronicles journey of filmmaker Fox as he uncovers the truth behind the natural gas-drilling industry and the new hydraulic fracturing drilling technology developed by Haliburton known as "fracking." Fracking involves injecting millions of gallons of water, sand and proprietary chemicals under high pressure into a drilled
Rustwire is recruiting photographers across the Midwest to take part
The "Cocktails in Character" fundraiser, presented by M&T Bank, will bring together Buffalo's book lovers to help support Literacy Volunteers in Buffalo & Erie County. The event will start at 5:30 p.m. and run until 8 p.m.
Several literary figures will be making an appearance at the theater. Amongst them will be Scarlett O'Hara, the Cat in the Hat, Zorro, Dracula, Clifford the Dog, Long John Silver, Cleopatra, Alice and the Queen
Not only does hydrofracking involve mixing millions of gallons of water with over 500 different chemicals that endanger our drinking water, it has also recently been reported
"Could we pull off a satellite gathering for the Rally to Restore Sanity? It's happening all over the country, why not Buffalo? Albright-Knox? Bidwell Park? Lafayette Square?... MERGE!"
Supporters of the Concerned Citizens Coalitions who are
90% of the procedures were chemical peels, skin rejuvenation, laser hair removal and other skin treatments. This spending is taking place against the backdrop of unprecedented budget deficits
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