We haven't mentioned rightsizing all year. But since Mayor Byron Brown announced his 5 in 5 demolition plan in
She writes, "This year, we will reap
Then the story. There are allegations of
For anyone who has wanted to bike in the snow, Green
The News has been staying on top of the foibles of the 30-year-old agency, which has seen several setbacks this past year. According to the News, Buffalo Economic Renaissance Corporation (BERC) is an expensive to run agency that is doing less than ever in the way of making loans and thereby creating development
Last week, Torke found his answer in National Archives electronic media specialist Ted
Looking for a shirt representing Buffalo that suits your particular style and eclectic tastes? There's a new shirt in town that might agree with your idiosyncratic fancy. My Buffalo Shirt produces shirts showcasing Buffalo's popular sports.
Adam Kern of West Seneca stumbled upon the idea to create a t-shirt company a few years back, but not just any t-shirt; he wanted one with significant edge. Since then he's generated a few clothing lines, the names of which
Everyone is buzzing about the flu these days. People are washing their hands more, covering their mouths when they cough, staying home from work when ill and scheduling vaccinations for themselves and their family members. But what about pets? Are they at risk? By now, many of you have learned that a cat in Iowa was diagnosed in October with the H1N1 strain of the influenza virus (swine flu). The flu is a remarkably adaptive virus and has a long history of being transmitted
The first shot of the top of the Electric Tower is impressive - the second shows just how many people attend each year. Thanks to Joe for continuing to document the spectacular sights of First Night. If you're ever looking for a photographer
As work progresses on redevelopment of the Alling and Cory building into student housing, the decision by Wilson Farms to lease space on the ground floor is worthy of discussion. I appreciate and endorse all the valid criticisms levied at WF for building intown stores that look like suburban boxes and disregard the efforts to promote pedestrian oriented streetscapes. One only need to look at their two locations on Elmwood, to see how the WF, with their asphalt parking lots, not only ruin the continuity of storefronts built to the
There was flack in 2009 for both Gipson and Reilly, according to the linked Buffalo News stories from earlier this year. In addition, both Reilly and Gipson found
Though we consider BRO to be less political and more about development, food and local business, nothing gathered as much attention as Newell's (queenseyes) story "Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely" about the Silent Exchange concert gone bust due to huge misunderstandings in City permitting.
Comix café was running out in the Colvin and Eggert plaza, that's where a few of the guys were getting some stage time, but there were no open mics geared towards comedy. So yes, you could go get a five minute guest spot, but there was nowhere for anybody to really work on their sets. To really perfect the craft of comedy, you have to be able to try new stuff that may not work, but doing that as a young comic in a packed club, with the owner watching,
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