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By Colin Dabkowski » 12:01 AM

In the wrong hands, Shakespeare can sound like ancient Greek. We’ve all experienced that at some point: huddled in some dark theater or stretched out on a blanket in Delaware Park, straining to make sense out of some impenetrable volley of... Read More

By Colin Dabkowski » 12:01 AM

On a cold and snowless Tuesday afternoon, the New York City-based artist Shelley Jackson crouched low on the rocky shore of the Lake Erie Basin, reached out to the nearest ice floe and chiseled the word “of” into the ice in perfect Times New Roman... Read More

By Jeff Miers » 12:01 AM

Time and again, many Americans have proved that they favor the symbol over the thing being symbolized. Our politics is enthralled with symbolism, much of it empty. Our pop culture (and popular music in particular) also loves a good symbol. This is not always a bad thing. Symbolism abounds in literature, and the idea is... Read More

By Ben Siegel » Saturday, February 13, 2016

That Chris Botti and his jazz ensemble played on the coldest night this year, thus far, did not go unnoticed. The world-famous trumpeter touched down for a repeat performance with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra on Saturday night, just in time for... Read More

By Dan Herbeck » Saturday, February 13, 2016

One by one, they’re leaving us.The talented musical stars who helped make the 1960s and 1970s so much fun are dying off – David Bowie, Glenn Frey, Paul Kanter and Maurice White, just over the past few weeks. They won’t easily be replaced.That is... Read More




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By Jeff Simon » Saturday, February 13, 2016

Jazz Lisa Hilton, “Nocturnal” (Ruby Slippers) It’s unlikely that jazz pianist/composer Lisa Hilton will ever lead a group better than the quintet she has for a good part of this record – Antonio Sanchez on drums, J. D. Allen on tenor... Read More

Saturday, February 13, 2016

Hips shook and confetti fell during Sugar City Soul Night on Friday in Milkie’s on Elmwood. The reoccurring retro dance party featured sets by Handsome Dan, The Good Reverend Johnny Drama and two... Read More

Saturday, February 13, 2016

The UB Bulls were blown out by the Ohio Bobcats, 94-75, Friday night at UB Alumni Arena.... Read More

By Robbie-Ann McPherson » Friday, February 12, 2016

A good chick flick delivers both escape and empathy to its target female audience – the movie star version of you gets dumped (by a movie star version of the last guy who dumped you), then your movie star version does some soul-searching or gets a... Read More

By Andrew Z. Galarneau » Friday, February 12, 2016

Pasion, the upscale Latin fusion restaurant in the former Cozumel and Black Swan space, opens on Feb. 17. The restaurant, at 153 Elmwood Ave., will start serving dinner at 4 p.m. Owner Yeslin Greason and Chef Manuel Cruz are offering a slate of dishes... Read More

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