As Photo Walk leader Annie Levay puts it,
As Photo Walk leader Annie Levay puts it,
If you're not familiar with The Town Pants, you can listen to some of their stuff here. The group combines aspects of Irish traditional, acoustic pop, roots Americana, even Australian and Mexican influences to create their own brand of West Coast Celtic. Lively and energetic, The Town Pants mix traditional and contemporary Celtic-influenced tunes
Friday, June 19th
Urban Canvas ProjectThe Urban Canvas Project invites you to come celebrate the completion of its first major project, called "Erie County Through the Seasons,"
THE BASICS: This year, the Shaw Festival has revived an obscure, a very late work of Bernard Shaw--as one of just two Shavian offerings (an all time low, I believe). Good King Charles, a sort of 17th century historical fantasy, has been directed by Eda Holmes, and runs in repetory at the Royal George Theatre through October 9. The play, if it can truly be called that (see below), clocks in at a whopping three hours, with two intermissions. You may want to
If you ever need to direct a misguided outsider to an assortment of reasons why Buffalo isn't exactly the place they believe it is, show them I Heart Buffalo. The site
From March 1, 2009 through May 31, 2009, BuffaloRising.com has received 574,485 visits from 214,185 unique visitors. Compared to the same time period last year, visitors have increased 18% and unique visitors are up 34%. In our last report, we mentioned that February was our largest month ever with 71,956 unique visitors - well every month since then has eclipsed that record and March
Submit your questions via email to BuffaloFilmFestival@gmail.com with the
On Thursday, June 18th, Talking Leaves, in conjunction with the Buffalo Small Press Bookfair and the Just Buffalo Literary Center, will host Toronto-based writer Hal Niedzviecki at the Sugar City Gallery, located at 19 Wadsworth Street, at 7:30 PM.
Niedzviecki, a journalist, editor and social critic, will read from his new book,The Peep Diaries: How We're Learning to Love to Watch Ourselves and Our Neighbors. /lifestyle/index.html
Among the beautiful boutiques, coffee shops and more that line the street of Elmwood, the ZGM Gallery will soon accompany. Photographers Don Zinteck and Wayne Geist, along with Michael Morin, who specializes in paintings and prints, are opening the gallery. The last names of the three men are how the upcoming gallery acquired its acronym.
Silent Fury is post-grunge metal band out of Syracuse. You may have already heard their song "Faded Glory", as it's now getting national radio play. (And if you haven't heard
The Buffalo Gay Men's Chorus will be presenting "On Vacation" at three upcoming concerts.
On Friday, June 19th, the BGMC will perform at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo, located at 695 Elmwood Avenue at West Ferry Street. The second
Neil was born in Amsterdam, New York in 1930. From 1953-1954 he attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, where he was influenced by Ralph Wickiser, a teacher at the school and a master of form, color, light and texture. After leaving
The 9th Annual Buffalo River Fest will be on Friday, June 19th from 6PM to midnight, and on and Saturday, June 20th, from 9AM to midnight, supported by the Valley Community Association. The 2-day event will take place in Father Conway Park and will include many highlights and a lot of entertainment for all ages!
On Friday, June 12th, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery will feature Cinegael Buffalo: Irish Writers in Film.
The summer concert series kicks off with Neville Francis & the Riddim Posse, sponsored by Bergen & Schiffmacher, LLP., on June 30th. This Reggae group, featuring two-time Juno Award winner Neville Francis, is a Buffalo party band favorite.
Talk show host Ed Schultz is coming to Buffalo on Saturday, June 13. He's been promoting the town hall style meeting on his radio show (which airs on WWKB-1520 AM from 12-3 weekdays). Shultz, who characterizes himself as a progressive talker, will be at the Montante Cultural Center at Canisius College June 13 from 6:00-8:00 pm. General
The Buffalo Arts Studio's summer art exhibition series will kick off with a free public opening reception on Friday, June 12th at 7 PM. The event will include lectures by the artists and live music by Chris Campos. Works by local artists, William Koch, Amy Robinson, Rosemarie Bauer Sroka, and Kathleen
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