"Sounds awesome! I'm digging that this place will be open after 5pm. So many shops on Hertel are shut down early. Will be cool to see a shop lit up & alive after sunset."
Prior to the War for Independence, Americans of a revolutionary bent often met under a prominent tree in their local town or city to discuss independence or individual liberty. These trees became known as "Liberty Trees" and soon spread throughout the thirteen colonies. In time "Liberty Poles" were erected in many municipalities and served the same function. British
While this is a great event for the city, it's also an incredible
The winning bid came in at almost half what the authority estimated and budgeted for the work, $822,513. The 14-building complex is near Buffalo's City Honors High School and the soon-to-be open property will be re-developed after a BMHA bid process next year. It is located at the edge of the Buffalo Niagara Medical
A week later I found myself on the phone with Bill Toth, Director of Sales
When I think about Mohawk Place, my first thought is of holiday reunions spent amid their annual Joe Strummer Tribute Night, scheduled for the 11th and final time this Saturday night.
My second thought? The hilariously abhorrent condition of their men's bathroom.
I don't immediately think about how The White Stripes, My Morning Jacket or Dr.
Buffalo State College is celebrating the completion of rehabilitation work on the second floor of Rockwell Hall. Utilizing space created by the relocation of the Burchfield Penney Art Center, the $6.8 million project includes expanded laboratories and specialty resource/studio spaces for the Art Conservation Department, eight new "smart" general purpose classrooms and a new recital hall and recording studio for the Music Department.
Architectural Resources collaborated with project representatives from the State University Construction Fund
Celebrate Buffalo's grassroots resurgence and dance the night away with the best hip hop DJs and live performers in Buffalo. This is the spot whether you're home for the holidays or working to build a better Buffalo all year round.
Listen to the soulful sounds of Zoe Viola and Ali Critelli, two young rising stars, backed by the infamous Rodney Appleby Band. Followed by the dance party in which DJ Lopro, DJ Cutler, and a special guest appearance by DJ Dub will make sure that we shake
In response to the need to curb gun violence, Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown and Niagara Falls Mayor Paul A. Dyster joined with over 750 city executives across the nation by signing on to a letter to President Barack Obama from Mayors Against Illegal Guns. The letter, also delivered to Congressional leaders on December 19, 2012, presents agenda items for consideration and immediate actions that can help make American cities safer.
There are three holiday happenings everyday at Ulrich's Tavern starting tonight. Kicking everything off this week is the 144th annual holiday party from 4pm to 10pm, which includes a free buffet and live Gypsy Jazz by Djambossa. There will also be a sexiest boot contest that starts at 8pm and the crowning of Miss Ulrich's at 9pm.
I grew up in Newtown, CT and attended Sandy Hook Elementary School. Almost five years ago I moved to Buffalo.
The amount of support my community and has received, especially right here in Buffalo, has been overwhelming and inspirational. I have summarized my thoughts in a note - I think it's important people know how much the little things - even tweets - help prop up a community in despair. As people, we must not forget the power
Roger George, a native of Trinidad and Tobago started singing at the age of 12. He began his vocal career singing soca and calypso, the music of the islands. When he was old enough to do so, Roger traveled all over The States and Europe, further advancing his singing career as he performed. He moved to Miami at the age of 23 where he resides now - he has an entertainment company where he provides music for local hotels and resorts in Miami and Fort Lauderdale. His wide range of vocal capabilities makes him so unique and sets him apart from a lot of
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Whether you're planning to stun at the office holiday party or are escaping to a tropical paradise you'll want your nails to look great.
Gel manicures have become immensely
Coming to Tudor Lounge this Saturday night is a special "folk, blues, and roots music" concert. With the popularity of bands like Mumford & Sons, The Lumineers, and Avett Brothers, this is a chance to enjoy that flavor of music right here in the City.
Pine Fever is one of the bands that will be featured that night. The band is an energetic 5-piece group that describes their sound as "Americana". My introduction to Pine Fever was a few weekends back at The Old Pink. I noticed the air in the place was
When I was asked to go out and find a couple of amazing last minute gifts at places that shoppers might not normally think of for the holidays, I found myself walking into Artisan Kitchen and Baths on Amherst Street. Upon doing so, I stumbled upon a truly fortuitous experience my friends, and it has really changed my view of a particular business when it comes to some neat gadget shopping options.
Since Artisan Kitchen and Baths is normally thought of as a place to outfit a kitchen, some people might discount
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