I always thought that when I finally caught Band of Horses it would be at a more intimate
Rookie defensemen Tyler Myers tore it up with a 4-point game which is his personal best to date. Scoring the first goal only 55 seconds into the game, Myers kept up his hard work and continued to join the rush with Buffalo forwards. Vanek and Pominville each had a goal, which was good to see, and Patrick Kaleta stepped
From disc jockey to break dancer, DJ Simple jumps back and forth from the two personas on a daily basis, and he wouldn't have it any other way.Over nine years ago, J.R. Noble, otherwise known as DJ Simple, began scratching on turntables and becoming familiar with the hip hop scene. Growing up, he fell into it as a hobby from going out with friends and watching other DJs spin.
"Back in the day I was going to raves with friends and I was really into music," says Noble. "Just by going to (these events), it was just kind of like me being cocky.
The programs offered with Around the World on Friday include interactive workshops and performances at the Albright-Knox from 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the classrooms and auditorium of
Huston has performed this routine since March 2004 when she opened at the Society Hill Playhouse in Philadelphia to critical acclaim and positive
Picking up on last week's article on our effort to modify the design and layout of BuffaloRising.com, we want to know what
Trance, a relatively (in the true meaning of the word) new genre of dance music, has increasingly become one of the most popular styles of music played in clubs. A both nationally and internationally renowned British trance band, Above & Beyond, is making their first ever appearance in Buffalo on Friday March 19th. The night kicks off when the doors open
Anytime someone can tell me that a band that draws comparisons
Mohawk at near capacity was a nice surprise for a Sunday night show. That's the fortunate part about a band like Cursive, they're on the fringe of recognition which allows them to operate in the small venue circuit while still packing the room with die hard fans. We watched with a secret pleasure as the Sold Out sign went up and the stragglers were turned away.
The bill featured a cast of well established local musicians. Opening was Paul's Grandfather, a indie-folk band centered on the songwriting of three talented young ladies,
We launched this latest version of Buffalo Rising a little over a year ago. This latest version has proven quite popular as our traffic continues to grow. We had over 2.3M visits last year and our traffic through the first two months of this year is up over 20% over last year's first two months. Better yet, we just had our highest traffic day ever last week thanks in no small part to the
U.S.S. (otherwise known as Ubiquitous Synergy Sound) emits layers of pop, rock, dance, ska, hip hop, and incorporates almost every other genre out there in the atmosphere into their music. With Ashley "Boo-Schultz" Bucholtz on vocals, guitar and the ehru, and his partner, Jason "Human Kebab" Parsons, contributing
For those of you who couldn't make it to the first annual Buffalo Powder Keg Festival downtown this past weekend, you missed out on a terrific event that left both the city and much of the area buzzing.
Not to be overlooked, the third annual Buffalo Labatt Blue Pond Hockey tournamens held at
Despite this multi-month cold spell, management didn't make any dramatic moves at the trade deadline today to help bolster the team's ability to make a lengthy playoff run. Instead, Darcy Regier sent Clark MacArthur
Is the theatrical production of Evil Dead based on the original 1981 Sam Raimi movie?
What made you choose Evil Dead over a series of other cult horror flics, like Pumkinhead for example?
None of those have been made into musicals. Being a comedy after Little Shop and Rocky Horror it seemed like the logical choice. Bret Runyon (designer DC Theatricks) is Director, Musical Director, Costumer and Production Designer.
As an English and film teacher at Buffalo Seminary, an all-girls high school, I have always been struck by how much my students love movies, but do not always realize that one can legitimately study film. It's no grand statement to say that Buffalo is a great place to see and discuss films. Buffalo has never fallen behind the times in this respect, and we needn't list the numerous venues and outlets for film education and appreciation.
For interested readers who would like a glimpse
Witness a one-time evening (7PM sharp on Friday, March 5th @ Squeaky Wheel) of live gastro-performances by artists who explore the intersection of edibility/aesthetics,
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