The October issue of BRM is out there–look for it in all of the usual places. We’ve included a snapshot view of some people we believe to be influential in the community, along with deeper articles on those pictured on the cover.
This month’s issue takes a look at some (certainly not all) Buffalonians with a tremendous amount of clout in the Queen City. Many of these individuals have found a way to be successful at what they do, while giving something wonderful back to the community.
In some cases, their contributions to Buffalo as a whole are built into their careers, while for others the community spirit and dedication to making Buffalo great is something completely separate from their working lives. And they do it simply because they can.
As much as we say here at BRM that we’re not going to keep publishing people profiles, we find that we can’t resist. There are those many individuals who have stuck it out through Buffalo’s decline, built success in spite of it—and they are riding the crest of reinvention to Buffalo’s eventual revival. These are the people who’ve weathered the storm and waited for the skies to clear, doing what they could to reinvest and reform, while preserving some of the past—all the way to the future.
We hope that you stay tuned to buffalorising.com for daily doings, but for a deeper look into the business, economic and cultural life of this city, you’ll find answers in the people we’ve looked at within this month’s issue.
Just like the businesses they’ve built and the buildings they’ve restored, Buffalo is rising on the backs of these influential friends of our community.
Also in this issue: 48 Hour Film Festival Winners BeHoLD, musician Dave Ruch, Q & A with the Burchfield-Penney’s Chief Operating Officer David Tanner, City Living by WCP, DiGuilio & Co.restaurant, Crinzi and Gullo Jewelers, Half & Half Trading Co., Harvet Garrett, DJ Gary Sperrazza of apollojams.com, filmmaker Terry Fisher, Sunday Suppers with Ed and Karen Healy, Buffalo’s B-Team, the Cocktail of the Month by Crocodile Bar, Hero Design’s Art Show and BR photos by Glenn E. Murray, Esq.
Throughout the month, each of the articles from BRM will be posted online, but why wait? Pick up your copy today.
If you have trouble finding BRM, drop Courtney an email @ Courtney@buffalorising.com.