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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

By Tim O'Shei » Thursday, January 28, 2016

During Ted Kryczko’s retirement party six years ago, one of his colleagues at Walt Disney Records revealed a statistic from the company database. Kryczko’s name was listed on more than 1,000 Disney music products, making him the third-most prolific producer in company history. The two names ahead of Kryczko? Mr.... Read More

By Kris Kielich » Thursday, December 17, 2015

“It’s like you’re at Nirvana Unplugged but there’s a drum and bass party and glow sticks all around you.” Those are the words spoken by Ubiquitous Synergy Seeker (USS) frontman Ash Buchholz to describe the sound of the band.With a name equally as atypical, this Toronto duo has been... Read More

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

CLASSICAL Lukas Foss, “Complete Symphonies”, Boston Modern Orchestra Project, conducted by Gil Rose (BMOP Sound). During his tenure as music director of the Buffalo Philharmonic (1963-1971) Lukas Foss led the very good regional orchestra he had inherited in a new direction, aiming it toward the international... Read More

By Kevin Purdy » Monday, November 23, 2015

There is a cadre of coffee nerds in this city who not only tolerate the harrowingly slow pour and doubled price of high-end coffee, but recommend it. They find parking, wait in lines, and forswear the convenience of the other coffee available every tenth of a mile. But there are many, many more people who just need "a... Read More

By Toni Ruberto » Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Good things don’t only come in small packages. For moviegoers attending the annual Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival, they will come in “short” packages, too.About 70 of the approximately 104 films being shown at the festival, taking place Nov. 5-12, are short films (non feature-length films... Read More

By Toni Ruberto » Monday, November 2, 2015

A local movie festival has added an extra day of programming to help a filmmaker. The Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival will open a day early, Nov. 5, with a special screening of the U.S. 3-D premiere of "Aztec Blood" (formerly "American Mummy") in the Flix Stadium 10 in Lancaster. The rest of the festival takes... Read More

By Greg Bauch » Sunday, October 18, 2015

I’m in a Moose Lodge having a beer with my parents. My mom strikes up a conversation with the woman next to her. She points to me and says, “That’s my baby.” Being the youngest of seven kids can be difficult. For instance, I’m a 38-year old baby. I’ll always be my mom’s baby. If I were to tackle a bear and... Read More

By Michael Farrell » Wednesday, October 7, 2015

ELLICOTTVILLE – Ellicottville Brewing Company is the type of place drinkers and diners alike should want to be stranded amid in inclement weather. Can you and others enjoy the locale – with its three bars, expansive brewery and picturesque outdoor beer garden – in any climate? Of course. But when it’s a dark and... Read More

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