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By Garaud MacTaggart » 12:04 AM
Sunday’s “Gift to the Community” recital (sponsored by the Buffalo Chamber Music Society) showcased Daniel Lebhardt, a young pianist with substantial technical chops and an impressive tally of wins in numerous prestigious international competitions. The audience at Kleinhans (a full house) responded to his playing... Read More
By Jeff Miers » Sunday, February 7, 2016
So you bought that Adele album, hoping you’d satisfy your need for powerful, soulful femininity in song, just as millions of others did. You listened to it a lot at first, but gradually, stopped. It has been a few weeks now. Can you remember any of the tunes, singles aside? If the answer is no, and you’ve found that... Read More
By Colin Dabkowski » Sunday, February 7, 2016
An electric moment in the thick of the civil rights movement came crackling to life Friday night in the African American Cultural Center’s Paul Robeson Theatre, where Will Power’s play “Fetch Clay, Make Man” is now running in a smart production... Read More
Sunday, February 7, 2016
Many enjoyed "Buffalo's hottest live acts and coolest DJs" plus bikini and board short Twister games, corn hole, body painting, live art demonstrations, ice carving, go-go dancers, LED hula hoopers, fire spinners and more at the Madd Tiki Winter Luau... Read More
Sunday, February 7, 2016
Area families are all smiles during the Kulig Polish Winter Festival on Feb. 7 at Chestnut Ridge Park Pavilion in Orchard Park. The Polish Winter Festival featuring horse-drawn sleigh sides, live “Goralska Kapela” (Polish folk music) and hearty... Read More
By Ted Hadley » Saturday, February 6, 2016
You could certainly argue the case that “Bad Jews,” by the lauded young playwright, Joshua Harmon – currently one of the most performed plays in America and internationally – is, or perceived to be, offensive. Saul Golubcow, writing in Washington Jewish Week, suggested, tongue firmly in cheek, that maybe “Jews... Read More
By Ben Tsujimoto » Saturday, February 6, 2016
For many Buffalo transplants, there's no duplicating the Queen City's wings and fingers anywhere else in the world. Chris Rizzo and his wife Jessica moved from Western New York to Denver, Colo., nearly two years ago, and found that the Rocky Mountain... Read More
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