Author: Cat Miller

Cat Miller

Cat Miller’s love of life inspired her to create Passionate Living (passionateliving.com), a multi media brand to inspire viewers to “Fall in Love with Their Life.” She was also the founder of Holistic Health Journal, an internationally renowned publication with a review board of experts such as James Redfield, Deepak Chopra, Neale Donald Walsh, Hyla Cass, Daniel Amen, Kenny Loggins, Larry Dossey and many more. A spokesperson in the field of wellness, Cat has made appearances on television and radio shows throughout the US and Canada, including the Leeza Show, NPR and PBS. She has produced and hosted television series and has been published in periodicals worldwide. Her love of mentoring young people led to co-founding a Waldorf School in the early 90’s and with a passion for film, she has worked on projects starring Robin Williams, Ed Asner, Judge Reinhold and more. Currently, Cat shares her time between Santa Barbara, CA and Buffalo, NY.

 The Adam’s Mark Hotel was the backdrop for an evening of joy and celebration for a beloved member of the western New York community, Will Jones. A fundraiser was held in honor of the local photographer/publisher who has touched the lives of so many people in the city of Buffalo. Jonathan Xavier Jones, Will’s eldest son, spearheaded the event to help support his father’s recovery from a devastating hit and run last June.  Friends and colleagues, including Mayor Brown, gathered for an evening of music and celebration. For anyone unable to attend the event who would like to donate,…

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It was a historic day in Buffalo as the USS Little Rock pulled into Canalside. The arrival was announced with the AC/DC song, “Back in Black” booming from the ship’s PA system. Commander Todd Peters said that the song represented the ship’s motto, ‘back with a vengeance.’ This is the first time in the 242 history of the Navy that a combat ship will be commissioned next to its namesake ship. Mayor Byron Brown gleamed as he spoke of his morning adventure on a Coast Guard boat that met the Little Rock in Lake Erie. Brown said that this is…

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Anyone who knows local artist and publisher Will Jones has witnessed his talents in both photography and graphic design. Jones also publishes Black Western New York, a magazine that highlights accomplishments of the African American community. I’ve smiled countless times while watching him engage with his two wonderful sons, as he is a dedicated and caring father. On June 28th, Jones was the victim of a hit and run accident on Masten Avenue. In the months following this tragic event, he has fought his way through slowly recovering from immense bodily damage. Like so many others, when I heard the…

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Nestled in the heart of the blooming Black Rock community is the WNY jewel of audio-visual arts, Imagine Recording Studios. Inside a seemingly industrial building on the small strip of Military Road, between Grant and Amherst Streets, is a state of the art recording facility owned by Buffalo music guru and supporter Charles Anderson. Since the early 90’s, Anderson has been responsible for recording key WNY artists such as Ani DiFranco, Robby Takac (GooGoo Dolls), Stan Szelest (a keyboardist with The Band), Gary Mallaber (Steve Miller Band) and many more. His love of music began in the early 60’s, with…

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Recipe for the Perfect Day 1 helping of Gourmet Farm to Table Food 6 Fabulous Tastings of Local and Italian Wines 1 Live Bluegrass Band 80 Amazing Buffalonians 1 Organic Farm Mix all of these ingredients with perfect weather and serve on a farm Aroma Restaurants, has been participating in world-class vine to table events at Oles Farm for eight years, and if you’ve never experienced this culinary celebration, then you’re truly missing out on a WNY treasure. My day began on a yellow school bus, which I boarded outside of Aroma Café in Williamsville, while another bus gathered guests…

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