The foundation of the Fourth of July holiday obviously harkens back to 1776, when the American colonies declared their independence from Great Britain through Thomas Jefferson's fine penmanship... Read More
I know of at least 100 people who were planning to leave Buffalo on Wednesday on their way to Chicago for this weekend’s “Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 Years of the Grateful Dead” shows, the... Read More
Queen City Cartel’s reoccurring Thursday night showcase in the back room of Hardware will take a slightly darker turn later this evening at the Allen St haunt.
The biweekly series, better known... Read More
The Clarence Summer Orchestra is getting into the swing of the season. Sunday, the orchestra and its music director, Arie Lipsky, will be kicking off their season with a patriotic concert. On tap... Read More
Popular BPO guest conductor Paul Ferington is stepping down. He wants to relax, enjoy his family and spend more time composing and arranging.
But first, bravo to him for going out with a bang –... Read More
With all the major developments surging across the City of Buffalo—whether inside the Canalside footprint, down the Central Business District’s Main Street corridor or intermingling throughout... Read More
Sugar City’s massively popular Soul Night returns Friday to its home base of Milkie’s on Elmwood (522 Elmwood Ave.).
The reoccurring retro dance party will welcome back regular DJs the Good... Read More