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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

By Jeff Simon » Thursday, July 21, 2016

"Hunt for the Wilderpeople" is far from charmless. It has sprinkles of offbeat humor all the way through it. It's no one's idea of heartless either. Its ending, in fact, may very well warm you - not exactly a cardinal need in this weather but we're speaking metaphorically. Otherwise, it's a bit of a puzzle. Anyone who... Read More

By Ben Tsujimoto » Friday, June 3, 2016

1) Buffalo Bash, 8 p.m. to midnight June 3 at American Red Cross (786 Delaware Ave.). Online ticket sales have ended, but you can get them ($75 apiece, $125 for two) at the Red Cross, Paratrooper Army Navy (4239 Transit Road, Williamsville) or by calling 886-7500. Commentary: The Red Cross' annual fundraiser invites... Read More

By Kevin Wise » Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Full Circle Fest 2 to 6 p.m. May 21 42 North Brewing Company 25 Pine St., East Aurora (805-7500) Join 42 North and neighboring breweries as it celebrates sustainability in the craft brewing industry at the Full Circle Fest. In addition to sharing seasonal brews, 42 North will have a roasted pig raised from the spent... Read More

By Tim O'Shei » Saturday, May 14, 2016

SHERMAN OAKS, CALIF. – Diane English has built herself a nice life here in Southern California. She has a 1930s Spanish-style home in the Pacific Palisades. She has a tidy office in the San Fernando Valley, with posters and awards from her television shows on the wall, and a few framed, screaming Dan Quayle newspaper... Read More

By Tim O'Shei » Saturday, May 14, 2016

SHERMAN OAKS, CALIF. – Diane English has built herself a nice life here in Southern California. She has a 1930s Spanish-style home in the Pacific Palisades. She has a tidy office in the San Fernando Valley, with posters and awards from her television shows on the wall, and a few framed, screaming Dan Quayle newspaper... 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

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