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By Jeff Simon » Thursday, March 3, 2016

Jazz Michael Formanek and Ensemble Kolossus “The Distance” (ECM); Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra, “All My Yesterdays: The Debut 1966 Recordings at the Village Vanguard” (Resonance, two discs plus program book) Here, separated by half a century, are spectacular disc celebrations of some of what has seemed, in... Read More

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

BluesProfessor Longhair, “Live in Chicago” (Orleans). Professor Longhair is a cornerstone of blues piano in America (the one labeled Gumbo piano). That’s why if you find any vintage “Fess” records where he plays and sings solo, you’re on to something precious. This live group recording from a folk festival in... Read More

By Mary Friona-Celani » Monday, April 11, 2016

I’ll begin by saying this: Albright-Knox Art Gallery calls it a "toddler" art class – but it is for 3 and 4 year olds – so perhaps it’s more of a preschooler art class. Either way, it is actually pretty cool. The classes are held on the first Friday of each month (which is First Fridays at the gallery). The cost... Read More

By Daniel Bauer » Wednesday, March 30, 2016

In “Change the World Without Taking Power,” author John Holloway explores the concept of political revolution by starting with “the scream:” the deep, disturbing and unexplainable feeling that something is deeply wrong with the world around us and that something must be done. This feeling isn’t necessarily tied... Read More

By Ben Tsujimoto » Friday, March 18, 2016

1) Old Neighborhood St. Patrick's Day parade, noon to 5 p.m. March 19, begins at the Valley Community Association (93 Leddy St.). Free to watch the parade and to enjoy the festivities. Commentary: Maybe it's the route that winds through the Valley and Old First Ward neighborhoods, which lends a historic feel to... Read More

Thursday, February 18, 2016

The Coffee Culture chain may have closed up shop and left town last year, but the culture of coffee is flourishing in Western New York. While corporate caffeine delivery systems like Tim Hortons and Dunkin’ Donuts still dominate local market share and the curated allure of Starbucks is fading like the foam on your... Read More

By Mark Ciemcioch » Monday, February 15, 2016

After only four years, Jameel Key has become one of Buffalo’s fastest rising comedy acts. His first open-mic performance was in 2012, and now Key’s one of the regular hosts at Helium Comedy Club. He also is one of eight comedians performing on the "Laugh Actually” showcase at 8 p.m. Feb. 19 at the 9th Ward at... Read More

By Joseph Kraus » Thursday, February 11, 2016

  Jim. Thurman. The French Connection. We all know these names and more by heart. But what about the athletes who began their careers in and around Western New York and made it to the collegiate or professional levels? Here are some famous athletes from our neck of the woods. 16. Ron... Read More

Thursday, February 11, 2016

It's fish fry season in Buffalo. The annual Lenten favorite is a popular dish not only in traditional restaurants and bars, but also at schools, churches and community centers. With so many choices, Gusto is here to  help with our annual guide to the community fish fry. If your fish fry didn’t make it, it's not too... Read More

By Ben Tsujimoto » Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Buffalo music fans will enjoy a strong dose of New Jersey punk this spring. Local radio station 107.7 FM Alternative Buffalo announced that The Front Bottoms will perform at 7 p.m. April 6 in Town Ballroom, with Brick + Mortar scheduled as the opener. Tickets go on sale at noon Feb. 5 and can be purchased through... Read More

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