Urban Roots, at Five Points is the premier "star" of the intersection where Rhode Island, West Utica, Brayton and Bremen meet on Buffalo's West Side.="mso-spacerun:
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The Packard Building has been awarded the 2009 NYS Historic Preservation Award for "Outstanding Adaptive Reuse Project of the Year," by the NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. Completed by Regan Development Corporation (RDC) in early 2009, the original Buffalo Packard showroom
In answer to the question of what you can do to help the Olmsted Conservancy maintain a role in the upkeep of the parks, David J. Colligan, chair of the Olmsted Parks Conservancy Board of Trustees, announced several "call to action" items the community can join, in an effort to encourage Mayor Bryon Brown to complete park contract negotiations.
In the past, Hogle had proposed a home for sex offenders on Tonawanda, that was subsequently shot down by the City. "Look," Hogle says, "I have ten kids, and frankly, the thought of child molesters sickens me, but the more I looked into it, and found out they were living all over the city, the more it made sense that parolees be kept in one supervised area, with ankle bracelets. The way it stands
The city's largest urban farm is growing. A hoop house has been erected on Mark & Janice Stevens' Wilson Street Urban Farm in the Broadway/Fillmore neighborhood. The plastic enclosed hoop house is an affordable alternative to a greenhouse.
The hoop house will extend the growing season.
With Mayor Brown wanting to take back operation of the City parks from Erie County by the end of the month, the future role of the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy remains up in the air. The Conservancy has maintained six Olmsted parks, nine circles and eight connecting parkways for five years and most people agree the Conservancy has done a stellar job. The Common Council agrees.
Yesterday the Common Council adopted a resolution sponsored by Council Members Michael LoCurto, David Franczyk, David Rivera, and
For music enthusiasts in the Buffalo area it is no secret that for the past 19 years The Mohawk Place has showcased an array of high quality local bands ( i.e. girlpope, Pam Swarts, Odiorne) as well as national acts (such as Pere Ubu, Mudhoney, The White Stripes). However, what is less well known is the number of international acts, especially those from Japan, that have been introduced to Buffalo compliments of the Mohawk. For example, Japanese garage bands like Lolita 18, the Neat Beats and The King Brothers have all graced the Mohawk
From your lips to President Obama's ears. Mayor Byron W. Brown's local forum on jobs and the economy is set to go tomorrow, Wednesday, December 9th from 4:00 to 6:30PM, at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center. The local forum is designed to produce job creation and economic development ideas for the Obama administration.
Simply put, Ludwig's congregation will be unaffected, while the 60,000 sq. ft. church will sustain its own costs through the renovation
Gingerbread...Gifts...Glitz, Gilda's Club of WNY's annual holiday fundraiser was held over the weekend and welcomed a record number of guests. Held in the stunning Delaware Avenue Mansion, home to Gilda's Club, it's a fantastic holiday tradition for many. Local artisans provided a warm and intimate holiday marketplace; the scent of hot cocoa and Christmas cookies filled the air, and children oohed and aahed over the luxurious miniature
By Giovanni Centurione
In case you didn't know, Lu Modern Classics moved from the Elmwood Village to the Ellicott Square lobby as of November 19th. They have the same great, quality made clothing from designers like Red Engine, Makers Jeans, Manni O.,
I'm not against dollar stores per se. I'm just not a big fan of seeing them
Though delayed, the new Federal Courthouse in downtown Buffalo will soon be receiving its long awaited glass facade. Construction crews were working this past weekend to finish putting up large glass panels over the giant lantern on the tower's highest point, above the elevator shafts.="TEXT-ALIGN: center; MARGIN:
Zambito and Sick say they are "certainly interested in doing business again" with regard to the former library. "We're interested in making a single
It's hard not to get caught up in Earl's fervor for the latest culinary addition.
Gardening can be expensive, and Garden Walk Buffalo's Beautification Grant committee knows it! Past grants have helped to fund 52 garden beautification projects over the last six years, for a total of more than $20,000. But hurry! Deadline for application="font-family:TimesNewRomanPSMT;
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