The first Pop Up Park will come to life on June 9th (location TBA), and then the idea will travel
By using sophisticated
The second thesis project to be featured is an interactive work that literally ties in the Buffalo River. The work, Paper Lever, is incredibly made from paper and cardboard
All QB Alex Tanney wanted was "an opportunity to get into a camp" and, thanks to the Buffalo Bills, he now has that chance.
When you're from a small, Division III school like Monmouth College, located in western Illinois and home to only 1400 or so undergraduate students, sometimes a player will have to do something special to get noticed. Sure, Tanney may have set the all-time Division III record for yardage
I was born and raised in the Southern Tier of WNY. I left after high school and studied and lived in a variety of places all over the world, but always knew I would return to this area to start a family and lay my roots.
What is your medium?
I am a lamp work glass artist. I use the glass beads I create, as well as metals, leathers and other findings, to craft unique jewelry.
How has Buffalo influenced your
Thanks to connections made through the 2012 Green Drinks Earth Week Happy Hour, 25 families from throughout Buffalo will benefit from fresh, local produce this spring. Prior to the Happy Hour event, Modern Recycling announced that for each pound of perishable food items donated at the event, Modern would match that donation by donating an equal amount of tomatoes from their greenhouse to Massachusetts Avenue Project's Mobile Market. Read on to learn more...
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I grew up in Batavia, been in Buffalo since 1995
What is your medium?
How has Buffalo influenced your work?
It's given me both a place to grow and thrive as as an artist and with all its great architecture a place to work as a photographer
Where do you draw your inspiration from?
All the great photographers that
Regular BRO readers will see
Preservation Buffalo Niagara is recognizing outstanding preservation projects and those contributing to preservation efforts at its annual awards ceremony May 30, 11:30 AM in the Statler's Golden Ballroom. Award categories were established to acknowledge distinguished contributions to our community through preservation activity. Recipients will be recognized in several areas including: preservation craft; rehabilitation/adaptive use; stewardship; neighborhood conservation; planning/reconstruction; and preservation journalism. Buffalo Rising will profile this year's winners leading
Look out Brad Smith and Tyler Thigpen, here comes Vince Young.
After a much publicized visit with the Bills last week, the former third overall pick by Tennessee (2006) has decided that $2 million was enough to make him a resident of Buffalo for the next year. A former Heisman runner up, Young was the first player in NCAA history (I-A) to throw for 3,000 yards and run for 1,000 in a season and left
Next Saturday, May 19, artist Charles
This year's forum merges two events, the annual Bright Forum and the Center for Economic Growths SmartStart
The Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation (ECHDC) announced Wednesday that it has selected Explore-n-More Children's Museum as the operator that will move forward with initial studies for a proposed "Children's Experience" at Canalside.
Located in East Aurora, Explore-n-More Children's Museum has been operating since 1994 and attracted nearly 48,000 visitors in 2011 at its current 6,500 square foot space. Attendance at Explore-n-More is spread evenly throughout the year and is divided 70/30 percent between adults and children.
The creative fire will be burning bright this Saturday night (May 12th) at 7:30 p.m. on Essex Street when the Ashford Hollow Foundation hosts a fundraising art party, with the regional rock party band
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