The West Side Bazaar is up and running at their new location at 25 Grant Street just south of West Ferry. The bazaar features merchants from India, South Sudan, Rwanda, Ivory Coast, Burma (Myanmar), Peru, and the U.S. It is a perfect place to find a unique gift or conversation piece for your own home.
All are encouraged to come check out the West Side Bazaar during the "Peace, Love, & Grant Street" event on Thursday, December 6th from 5 - 8pm. Peace,
Betty J. Pitts-Foster holds a BFA and an MA in Education from the University of Buffalo and has been fortunate to retire and
Back in April I posted a story on my blog about four properties in the Masten Neighborhood that were slated for rehabilitation rather than demolition. Belmont Shelter is rehabilitating a total of ten properties to the tune of $350,000 each. The funding for the rehabilitations
Today, the Governor announced that New York will invest $50 million in state of the art biomedical research equipment and facilities, and has secured an agreement from a private company, Albany Molecular Research Inc. (AMRI), to locate in Western New York at Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus (BMNC) a new drug discovery research and development center. This investment, $35 million of which will go towards new equipment and $15 million of which will go towards improving existing lab space, will leverage $200 million in private investments and create 250 jobs.
Thanks to Paul Rybarczyk at BSA for helping me put these together. Visit the BSA website to learn more about the institution - one of the oldest continually operating arts organizations in the country. Next up on our list is artist Dianne Baker:
Here on the BRO Gift Guide we're going to introduce you to some great options when it comes to shopping for the ultimate local gifts. Take Megan Carroll's hand-knitted scarves for example. "I have been making what I call Crochet Strand Scarves for two years now," Megan wrote to me. "And have been getting an excellent response from them. I sell tons at Thin Ice on Elmwood, as well at events
Just think of the number of skilled people out there who don't have access to the machines and tools necessary to build. "To start a decently equipped woodshop we are talking tens of thousands of dollars, which is not
While searching for a late night dinner recently, we happened upon Lenox Grill, in the Hotel Lenox. It was there that we were greeted by a much unexpected and very pleasant surprise. Remiscient of an old world ratskeller, the bar and restaurant have been transformed into something that the hotel has been entirely lacking for quite some time. The interior has been remodeled and cleaned up, as one would hope and expect with a new operator, giving the establishment a new lease on life.
Medaille College freshmen will present their Community 101 projects, which are multimedia poster presentations inspired by the history, ecology, technology and urban landscape of the City of Buffalo this Friday.
More than 350 students will be showcasing the work they did over their first semester to highlight their hands-on collaboration with significant groups in Buffalo, such as Forest Lawn Cemetery, Irish Classical Theatre, The Buffalo Zoo, PUSH Buffalo, Buffalo Central Terminal, Darwin D. Martin House, and Vive, Inc., which
Join BYP on Tuesday, December 4th from 6-9pm at the Pan American Brewery (391 Washington St) inside the Hotel @ the Lafayette for the BYP Holiday Happy Hour. The event is free! Drink specials will be available. For more information, the event info can be found here.
Donate for a good cause! The happy hour's goal is to raise money to purchase "presents" for
Feed the City is a benefit concert with an impressive line-up of musicians being headlined by front man Ian Hunter of legendary band Mott the Hoople (All the Young Dudes, Once Bitten Twice Shy), along with Buffalo's The Pillagers, Canadian national recording artist Ruby Spirit and
After years of being unavailable due to being dropped from the manufacturer's list, Buffalo-Opoly is back! The board game is similar to Monopoly, but features local landmarks. The game is completely up-to-date with cards highlighting the National Garden Festival, Olmsted Parks,
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The money was to be raised by December 24, 2012, in order to ensure that the fixture would come home. From what
In order to come up with the money to replace the roof tiles, CTRC is promoting an /city/index.html
The Lyth Cottage on Harwood Place is undergoing an incredible transformation. What was once another beautiful Buffalo
Rita Argen Auerbach is a nationally recognized artist represented in numerous museum, corporate, and private collections throughout the United
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