Local advertising peeps gathered at Asbury Hall Babeville to honor the best and brightest in the industry at this 30th anniversary event.
Guests celebrated the accomplishments of the Westminster Economic Development Initiative at this event held at The Atrium @ Rich’s and enjoyed authentic ethnic cuisine from the West Side Bazaar, live and silent auctions, and live music.
This prom night for people 14 years and older with special needs, sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, featured a red-carpet entrance, dinner, dancing and more (like a sensory room!) at The HUB at Watermark Wesleyan Church Feb 8.
Guests gathered at the Buffalo Grand Hotel for delicious hors d’oeuvres, decadent desserts, wines, beer, liquor tastings and coffee provided by some of WNY’s finest establishments. Live and silent auctions, prize wheel, raffles and more rounded out the night at this 13th annual event to benefit the Food Bank of WNY.
It was a flashback to the 1920s at Town Ballroom Saturday for a cards night benefiting The Bogo Bunch, a non-profit founded by Sabre Zach Bogosian and his wife.
Check out the inner workings of Western New York's only bean-to-bar chocolate maker.
This black tie evening at Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino benefited JDRF's mission to cure type one diabetes.
See who came out to Transit Lanes in Williamsville to compete in this five-frame bowling challenge—and took home the JA Golden Bowling Pin—to raise awareness for the Junior Achievement of WNY.
The latest in wedding fashion hit the runway at Brides World Jan. 6, featuring styles from M.A. Carr Bridal and Tuxedo Junction.
See how the largest Kombucha brewery in New York State, based in Buffalo's West Side, brews a batch.
The "Purse-onality" auction on Dec. 11 benefited American Heart Association's #GoRedforWomen.
Guests dressed to impress at this longest-running black tie event in WNY that featured an all-night open bar, hors d’oeuvres and a killer lineup of bands. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Give for Greatness.
Take your holiday cards up a notch with greetings crafted in Buffalo by Witty Gritty Paper Co., Great Arrow Graphics and artists for WNY Book Arts Center.
This intimate evening hosted by WNY Weddings gave couples a chance to connect with local wedding vendors at Shea's Performing Arts Center.