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When Alyssa Wolfe goes to work every day, she doesn’t head to the office or clock in at a traditional 9-to-5 gig. Instead, after dropping her three kids off at school, the Williamsville mom sits down in her at-home workshop — and gives flight to thousands of little superheroes around the world. Wolfe and her husband, Brian, co-own Pip & Bean, an online business that…

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Whether you’re at the Sabres game, watching it on TV or reading about it the next day, there’s no shortage of data. You can see everything from penalty minutes and ice time to short-handed goals for each player. But in every watercooler conversation or article about the game, there’s also a lot of hidden information. From guys who care about data — John H. Johnson, PhD,…

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It’s officially spring. Whether you’re hitting the wine trail, running a 5K or just strolling around town, there’s plenty to keep you out and about. Here are some recommendations: March 28: Dyngus Day Buffalo Various venues in Historic Polonia District, Cheektowaga, Depew, Kaisertown, South Buffalo, Black Rock, Larkin District and more Pussy willows, pierogies and p…

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A dog loves nothing more than to be completely unrestricted — let off the leash to socialize and play. Fortunately there are plenty of local dog parks where they can do just that. Grab your pup and check out some of the best places where Western New York dogs can roam free. Knox Farm Dog Park Knox Farm State Park, East Aurora If you’re looking for a dog park with a …

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Jeff Musial is reminded of his notoriety in the most unusual places, like a Waffle House in Indiana, the Norway pavilion at Epcot Center, even a Piggy Wiggly in Myrtle Beach. Wandering down an aisle of the supermarket searching for Pop Tarts for his daughter, Musial looked up to see a mom pushing her young child in a shopping cart. The woman flashed him a grin, and with…

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Buffa-boo With Western New York’s long, rich history, spooky lore should come as no surprise. Beyond Ghosts is sharing that local history through ghost tours. Tour group founder John Crocitto said his goal is not to scare people, but to use eerie, funny and interesting stories to explain WNY’s historical sites. “We’re make history fun by giving a ghost tour,” said Crocitt…