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The highly anticipated Grange Community Kitchen in Hamburg will open its doors to the public July 9.At 22 Main St., Hamburg natives Brad and Caryn Rowell want to give their town more than food and drink, Brad Rowell said. “We’re trying to be a community hub for this area,” Rowell said. “A place where you can come... Read More

By Michael Farrell » Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Ever since Canalside operators started offering VIP accommodations to its annual summer concert series, many less important people have wondered why anyone would pay more than $50 for the same show the rest of Buffalo is getting for free. And this is... Read More

By Colin Dabkowski » Tuesday, June 28, 2016

The hulking Richmond Ferry Church, which has sat empty for years as developers and arts entrepreneurs have tried and failed to repurpose it, isn't quite ready for its closeup. But it will be within a year, according to its owner and developer Rachel... Read More

By Mary Friona-Celani » Tuesday, June 28, 2016

As much as my husband and I love walking around and looking at art, tasting food, or chowing on wings, our kids aren’t big fans of some of the popular festivals that draw huge crowds. They prefer events that cater to them, and who can blame... Read More

By Emeri Krawczyk » Tuesday, June 28, 2016

We love it when we can raise a glass and toast Buffalo’s history – especially when we can literally raise a glass as we stand in a piece of it. Such is the case at The Mahony, a new pub located in the historic Fairmont Creamery building. A quick... Read More




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By Jonathan D. Epstein » Tuesday, June 28, 2016

A Lockport-area winery has acquired 23 acres of additional land just a half-mile west of its property on the Niagara Escarpment, doubling its size as part of a larger $1.6 million expansion that includes vineyards and a new facility. Arrowhead Spring... Read More

By Jeff Miers » Tuesday, June 28, 2016

News Pop Music Critic Jeff Miers was asked to deliver the commencement address to the Amherst High School Class of 2016. This is what he said. I’m not entirely sure why I’m here. I guess the other 48-year-old hippie guitar player rock critics who... Read More

By Jeff Miers » Tuesday, June 28, 2016

“Ouroboros,” the sixth release from New England-based singer, songwriter and auteur Ray LaMontagne, resurrects the album-length format while simultaneously pointing a way forward for all those concerned with music that seeks to transcend the fickle... Read More

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Owners and partners of 467 Richmond Ave., formerly Richmond Avenue Methodist-Episcopal Church, announced a multi-million dollar historic renovation project that will transform the former church into a multipurpose arts campus. They hope to be finished by... Read More

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Buffalo was built by immigrants. Their food became our food over generations, as those already here found a taste for what their new neighbors had to offer. The Polish were often credited with the best fish fries. It was Germans who thought of completing... Read More

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