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The News, Briefly

Urban Habitat Project at the Central Terminal

by Jay Burney

Giambra: "There Will Be a Lawsuit" Over ECC North Building

by Geoff Kelly

Episcopal Church Home's Former Owners Fined in Court

by Jack Foran

Open Buffalo Town Hall Meeting With Heather McGhee

by Geoff Kelly

Sedita's Golden Fleece

by Geoff Kelly

News Feature

Kentucky Fried Lawsuit

by Buck Quigley

Two doctors who were major players during the heyday of the UB 2020 craze are now suing the State University of New York at Buffalo and the SUNY Research Foundation for attempting to steal intellectual property.

News Feature

On the Money: Buffalo Mayor's Race

by Jim Heaney,

It’s been a foregone conclusion that Mayor Byron Brown would continue to raise oodles of money in pursuit of a third term as mayor. The question has been whether his challengers would be able to raise enough money to mount a serious challenge.

Guest Essay

Selling the Sacred

by E. R. Baxter III

The services of Navajo code talkers weren’t required to transmit the message of the sign posted near Nik Wallenda’s Grand Canyon wire-walking stunt: “OUR SACRED PLACE IS NOT 4 SALE.”

Art Scene

Paintings by Bruce Adams at Studio Hart

by Patricia Pendleton

Hallwalls Members Show

by J. Tim Raymond

Charles Burchfield's Night Skies at the Burchfield Penney Art Center

by Jack Foran

Theater Week

Talk To Me Now

by Anthony Chase

With Talk to Me Now, a new musical by Randall Kramer and Theresa Quinn, MusicalFare boldly marches into the world of contemporary rock musicals.

Film Reviews

Red 2

by George Sax

Girl Most Likely

by M. Faust

The Way, Way Back

by M. Faust


On The Boards Theater Listings

Movie Times (Friday, July 19 - Thursday, July 25)

Film Now Playing

Featured Events

See You There!

Artvoice's weekly round-up of featured events, including our editor's pick for the week: All Stars Tour, featuring Every Time I Die, this Monday, July 22nd at the Town Ballroom.

Lit City

Surviving Tigers, Imaging Cougars

by Bruce Fisher

Ever since summer camping became a part of the calendar, many children around here have the great experience of leaving home for a week or two, or even for the whole summer, to get to see nature up close.

Letters to Artvoice

Buffa-Love From the Business Alliance of Local Living Economies

by Michelle Long

Goodbye, Privacy

by Murray Levine and Adeline Levine

Offbeat News

News of the Weird

by Chuck Shepherd

A 64-year-old man was arrested in Geelong, Australia (near Melbourne) in June after carjacking a 22-year-old woman’s vehicle. He was still on-scene when police arrived, as it took him time to load his walker into the car, along with several bags he had nearby when he decided to commandeer the vehicle.


Free Will Astrology

by Rob Brezsny

CANCER (June 21-July 22): We keep million-dollar works of art in well-guarded museums. Paintings created hundreds of years ago are treated with reverence and protected as if they were magical treasures. Meanwhile, beautiful creatures that took nature eons to produce don’t get the same care.

The Back Page

Still Life: Burmese Party

Last weekend, Buffalo’s Burmese community gathered to celebrate the initiation and ordination of Buddhist monks. On Sunday afternoon, the celebration centered on the Amvets Medallion Post 13, on Review Place in Riverside, where folks gathered for food, music, and traditional Rakhine dancing (pictured is one of the dancers), as wells as a performance by renowned Burmese singer Ni Ni Win Shwe.