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Viva La Revolucion

by Ted P. Schmidt

Letter from the Galapagos: Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa and his country’s Bolivarian Revolution.


Think Green at Art Dialogue

People Inc.'s Art Experience


The Urgency of Regionalism

by Bruce Fisher

Susan Solomon won the National Science Award 10 years ago for figuring out that our use of aerosol cans had dug a hole in the ozone layer. Earlier this week, Solomon reported that all of humanity must face the fact that Earth is on a path toward massive climate change.

The News, Briefly

The Trials of Dennis Delano

by Buck Quigley

Free At Last!

by Buck Quigley & Geoff Kelly

Everyone's A Critic

by Geoff Kelly

Rock Harbor Commons

by Justin Sondel


Twice Around & Ah, Wilderness!

by Anthony Chase

Twice Around, a new comedy by Darryl Schneider, has a lot going for it. The playwright has a gift for engaging comic dialogue and has created four appealing characters who walk the line between two and three dimensions with clever wit and insight.

Left of the Dial

Bee Gees - Odessa

by Donny Kutzbach

It’s probably a waste of time trying to convince 90 percent of the population that the Bee Gees were ever anything other than slickly produced, silver-lamé-suit-clad, blue-eyed R&B hit-makers of the disco era.


Round 2, Week 4: Marlon Brando, Pocahontas & Me vs. Sonny Baker

Hats off to the ladies! We’re proud to announce the third band to win a spot in our next live showdown at Nietzsche’s on Friday, February 13: Congratulations, Paul’s Grandfather!


See You There!

Artvoice's weekly round-up of events to watch out for the week, including our editor's pick: Editor's Pick: Configuration Dance with Susan Jaffe & Misty Copeland, performing at the Albright Knox on Friday, January 31.

Film Review

New in Town

by M. Faust

Buffalo audiences are guaranteed one good laugh out of New in Town. Miami business executive Lucy Hill (Renée Zellweger) arrives at a Minnesota airport in garb suitable to Florida. Proud of herself for having brought a sweater to deal with the weather, she puts it on, steps out into the November chill—and screams.


On The Boards Theater Listings

Movie Times (Fri. Jan. 30 - Thurs. Feb. 5)

Film Now Playing

You Auto Know

Lights of the Detroit Auto Show

by Jim Corbran

If anyone had any doubts about the state of the auto industry, a walk around this year’s North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) would have clued them in real fast. Although no attendance figures have been released, I didn’t bump into nearly as many people as usual this year, even at the most popular exhibits.

Literary Buffalo

Forrest Roth and Kim Chinquee

Lit City Events

Offbeat News

News of the Wierd

by Chuck Shepherd

They’re either earnestly civic-minded or people with issues, but in several dozen cities across the country, men (and a few women) dress in homemade superhero costumes and patrol marginal neighborhoods, aiming to deter crime.


Free Will Astrology

by Rob Brezsny

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): “The seed cannot sprout upwards without simultaneously sending roots into the ground,” says an ancient Egyptian proverb.


Ask Anyone

I’ve been married for 17 years (don’t ask my age!) and my husband and I have made a good partnership. You wouldn’t say there’s a lot of fire there, but we love each other and we’ve got a good thing going. I know I’m not perfect, and believe me I know he’s not either.