I always wanted to be part of a book club—and while I’ve had my share of wine and cheese nights, I never quite made it to the book part.
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I'm a Buffalo transplant who now refuses to live anywhere else. Before joining The News in 2017, I worked for Wayfair and The Boston Globe. My caffeine loyalty lies with tea.
We had the best time last night at our first-ever virtual book club event, Shelf Love, with our friends at Project Best Life. Our first read? …
Support, develop and honor women leaders—that’s the spirit of Athena, an international non-profit.
No one champions creative endeavors in Western New York quite like fellow small business owners. In search of fresh gifting inspiration, we tu…
A castle in the middle of Toronto? I’m not sure how, but this was news to me. As our cab maneuvered its way up to the estate, we first caught sight of the stone wall stretching around its outer boundary. (It was, we later learned, meticulously constructed by Scottish craftsmen brought in specially for the job that entailed over
Before the big day arrives, know the intricacies specific to obtaining a marriage license in New York State so when the time comes to finally say “I do,” it’s official by law, too. It’s a fairly straightforward process that can be taken care of easily in an afternoon as long as you’re prepared. Here’s what you need to know
A jewelry maven on her self-taught passion turned beloved, ever-evolving brand. Why this medium? I’ve always loved and had a fascination with jewelry. I’m not sure why, but I have either collected it or coveted it from afar. As a kid, I can remember taking out my mom’s jewelry boxes, trying on all the necklaces, bracelets and rings, studying
We were slated to close on our first-ever house in a week, and then move into it mere days later. This would culminate a whirlwind two months that sped by in a blur, and I didn’t want our we’re-finally-homeowners moment to get lost in the haze of crazed excitement and stress my husband and I were stuck in. We
A thrifting maven talks the rush that comes with a good-quality find—and helping others experience it, too. First fashion memory? Having my mom drop me off at the Goodwill in Clarence with my best friend before we could even drive ourselves there. I’ve always loved the thrill of searching the racks and finding a piece that I love. It’s
Two college friends on turning a UB senior capstone project into a Buffalo startup that leaves them free to riff. When did you first pick up a guitar? Ryan: Sophomore year of high school. I bought a used guitar on Craigslist and had been dying to teach myself to play. The first song I learned was “(I Can’t Get