After taking a summer hiatus, the Urban Land Institute of WNY Young Leaders Group is back in action and hosting an exclusive tour of the new $140 million Courthouse on Niagara Square. The Honorable William M. Skretny, Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court, will lead the tour.
The tour of the new 10-story, 284,000 square foot building will include highlights like a discussion of the design and various elements that allowed the building to qualify
Work on converting Buffalo's newest landmark into upscale lofts is in full swing. Ciminelli Real Estate Corporation is redeveloping the Buffalo Meter Company Building located at 2917 Main Street into 87 residences. The building was recently added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Designed in 1915 by the nationally recognized engineering company Lockwood, Greene & Company, the Buffalo Meter Company Building is an excellent and largely intact example of a reinforced concrete frame daylight factory.
Wide right, four straight losses, cursed; those are the phrases that most hear or remember. A litany of losing that stood as a jumping off point for almost two decades of ineptitude.
For fans outside of Western New York, the derision cast down upon you by those who discover your NFL allegiance is almost comical. Such overblown, incredulous expressions, such sincere, yet insulting condolences; I
The industrial graveyard known as Silo City is springing back to life on September 8th for what promises to be a night of art, history, culture and sustainability.
City of Night, presented by the Emerging Leaders in the Arts Buffalo (ELAB) is a celebration of all that Buffalo has to offer today presented within the iconic setting of yesterday: the grain elevators in the Old First Ward. From 4pm to
The Western New York region has witnessed some remarkable progress recently in redeveloping underutilized properties, cultivating historic preservation and growing the Buffalo-Niagara Medical Campus, but at the same time its public transportation options are receding. Over the past year, the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA) proposed extensive cuts to its Metro Rail and Bus services, only to walk
Though coach Chan Gailey had been talking up Merriman's progress in training camp, often heard declaring how the seven-year linebacker/defensive end was healthy and ready to contribute in the rebuilt 4-3 defense in Buffalo,
It may have all just been a ruse to try and attract a trade offer. It's a moot point now, because whether he was 100 percent for 2012 or not, it appears that the Bills just couldn't
When I walked in my jaw hit the floor. The rugs were ripped out, there was a new bar with a copper top,
Albright-Knox Curator for the Collection Holly E. Hughes and Digital Media Manager Kelly
From 7pm-8pm this evening, Larkin Square will be filled with numerous book-lovers as the 2nd Reading Invasion kicks off. This is an excellent opportunity to sit back and relax while enjoying the creature comforts of Larkinville (and there are many). Whether perched on a boulder or
The patriotism inspired by the 2012 Summer Olympics has evoked memories of the 2010 winter games when the United States squared off with Canada in the men's ice hockey finals in Vancouver.
Two years removed from the border battle defeat that captured the attention of both nations, a sour taste still lingers.
Despite the valiant effort put forth by a far less touted U.S. squad, Sidney Crosby and his mates rallied on native soil to bring hockey Canada its 8th gold medal.
Various funding sources have contributed to ensure the continuation of this program. "We are thrilled that we are able to reach out once again to our volunteers that we can supply them with trees this fall," exclaimed Paul D. Maurer, Chairman of Re-Tree WNY, "this is thanks to the John R. Oishei Foundation, Seneca Nation, Garden Walk Buffalo, and several others
Caseylynn Martin of Newfane, NY is a petite young lady packing some big dreams to be in the fashion industry. Caseylynn stands about 5 feet tall with vibrant blue eyes and radiant red hair, which is typically dirty blonde. This fair skinned-small town girl is starting to create waves from the Erie Basin Marina all the way down to New York City. As a junior in Newfane H.S., Caseylynn has been featuring in multiple fashion events in the Buffalo area and plans to do many more very soon.
Only two weeks ago
After successfully hosting their "Being BIG" fundraiser and cancer awareness benefit in March, local producer-promoters Damon Bodine and Tony Caferro will be continuing the series with another round on September 7 at Duke's Bohemian Grove Bar on Allen Street. After battling Hodgkin's Lymphoma for one year and subsequently moving into remission, Bodine chose to dedicate his life to promoting blood
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