Burchfield Penney highlights monumental works of Jack DrummerIt's the first major exhibit since artist's death in 2013 ...
A Supreme start to Williamsville supper clubSinger Mary Wilson is first show in the new Diamond Room at Samuel's Grande Manor ...
At Scotch ’N Sirloin, traditional values never get oldRestaurant is known for reliable favorites like steak and salad that hit the spot ...
Chris Botti bringing his charms to the BPOJazz trumpeter is today's elegant answer to vaudeville ...
Instead of running a parade in 2016, Artvoice focused its energies on a bar party in Allentown, replete with masks, live music and bar specials. DBGB and Nietzsche's were two of the major venues... Read More
MidTown Kitchen, delayed by fire, has announced its chef. The restaurant, expanding the former Nektar space at 451 Elmwood Ave., will have Adrian Bylewski leading its kitchen. At 25, Bylewski has worked in the kitchens of Hutch’s and Tabree.... Read More
By Mary Kunz Goldman » Tuesday, February 9, 2016
The voting is in in the swing state of Florida. The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra is killing it.The BPO and Music Director JoAnn Falletta are away on their Florida and Friends Tour, giving three concerts in the Sunshine State, with glowing... Read More
EXPO food hall plans to open next week in Main Street’s Market Arcade building, aiming to disrupt the lunch routines of downtown Buffalonians. When it begins its soft-opening phase at 11 a.m. Feb. 18, six restaurants will be offering meals that aim... Read More
As if the good people of Buffalo needed more reasons to eat doughnuts, Tuesday Feb. 9 is a day devoted to paczki. The Polish frycakes, made of egg-rich dough filled with fruit jam or custard, were originally an excuse for observant Christians to use... Read More
By Samantha Christmann » Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Buffalo Film League, a digital media company, will make North Tonawanda’s historic Wurlitzer building its new media production and film consortium headquarters.The company is in the process of producing and distributing a feature documentary about the fall and rise of the Queen City called “Buffalo Hates You, Too: A... Read More
By Mark Ciemcioch » Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Syracuse native Moody McCarthy returns to the Buffalo region Valentine’s Day weekend with two shows at Rob’s Comedy Playhouse on Feb. 13. With almost 25 years of experience, McCarthy’s stand-up presence disarms audiences with material that’s... Read More
By Emeri Krawczyk » Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Not only is Feb. 9 Fat Tuesday and Paczki Day, but National Bagel Day. Why not add a few extra carbs to your routine? In the interest of research (and because we had nothing better to do) my 16-year-old niece Emma (and photographer for this story) hit... Read More
By Jeff Miers » Tuesday, February 9, 2016
I admit, the first time I saw a music news story touting the rebirth of the prerecorded audio cassette as a favored medium for “millennials,” I nearly lost control of my bladder, so robust was my laughter.Though I’ve long argued that the resurgence in sales of vinyl records over the past several years is a direct... Read More
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Joanna Pasceri is making the move from Buffalo broadcaster to local government. It's a well-traveled path. Here's a look at those who made the move before... Read More
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