Responding to the fate of their beloved football quarterback Tom Brady, who again faces a four game suspension for his alleged role in “Deflategate”, the PawSox announced a “Free Brady Friday” promotion, which happens at McCoy Stadium in Pawtucket on June 10.
As a concerned citizen I often bring issues to the attention of elected officials through emails and articles in Artvoice, regarding open government, ethics and campaign finance reform.
The Buffalo area—no, not just the City—has been in a state of decline for about 55 years. I am 58. No one under 50 around here has grown up in a vibrant, thriving area. Over time, a collective lack of self-esteem develops.
Most jurors and the juries they comprise don’t realize they have this right:
It might be ascribed to the colossal dumbing-down of America that such an essential and historical freedom principle has been largely forgotten in the land of the free.
In that article, the city’s chief fiscal watchdog said “I believe I have the right skill set to be mayor,” citing his 25 years in the private sector before beginning his public career as a county legislator in 2002.
The past couple of years the state agency has been working overtime to clear-cut trees in some of its most popular Western New York parks, such as Niagara Falls, Allegany and Letchworth State Parks, in order to expand parking lots, bathrooms, roadways and in one case, ironically, construct a “nature center”, all pursuant to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s $900 million “NY Parks 2020” plan.
In the last few years, biking has become one of the most functional ways to travel around the city. There is a glow around Buffalo as it undergoes its revitalization, and seemingly, people want to get out there and experience it!
Dennis DiPaolo, the restaurateur who has made quite a name for himself for carrying on the Old World Italian restaurant in Blasdell started by his late father, Hall of Fame wrestler Ilio DiPaolo, has announced a wrestling extravaganza for July 23 at Buffalo RiverWorks.
James Wan’s 2013 horror movie “The Conjuring” did a lot better than expected, and “The Conjuring 2,” opening this week at your nearest multiplex, is the result.
The 2016 winners are listed below. As always, this is an undertaking of gargantuan proportions, and all for two good causes: to celebrate Buffalo’s amazing theater community, and to raise funds for the Lifeline Foundation @ ECMC.
Buffalo News music editor Jeff Miers recently published a must-see concert list that we thought was right on. We’d like to second the nominations and reaffirm his picks. These should all be great shows. So if you have a limited summer concert budget, consider these a best bet for your bucks.
The world premiere of “Shot!” a new opera by composer Persis Vehar, will take place on Friday June 10 at 8pm, and Sunday June 12 at 2:30pm.