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T.O. moves on—but where to?

T.O. moves on—but where to?

It's obvious he and agent Drew Rosenhaus had a shrewd, one-year plan in the works: grab the cash from a desperate bettor, behave and try to put up some respectable numbers, and then cash in on one last bloated contract as the NFL's Fort Knox organizations hand them out like Halloween candy, no longer burdened by that pesky salary cap in 2010.

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So shoe me

So shoe me

A Spree fashionista tiptoes through the tulips.

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Finally, I’m in Buffalo! … Babel’s Azar Nafisi

Finally, I’m in Buffalo! … Babel’s Azar Nafisi

Just Buffalo Literary Center welcomed Iranian author Azar Nafisi to Buffalo in order to speak on her process, beliefs, and works.

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Ryan Miller makes The Onion!

Ryan Miller makes The Onion!

Another honor for our Ryan—satirically.

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Tiger needs golf, but golf needs him, too

Tiger needs golf, but golf needs him, too

The PGA Tour needs Tiger back in a big way. They're slipping precipitously down the backward path to irrelevance with the likes of Phil Mickelson, Mike Weir and Sergio Garcia as their main attractions. Tiger gives them instant credibility; a face everyone recognizes.

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Dynamite debut for festival—and an a-"maze"-ing feat for Buffalo!

Dynamite debut for festival—and an a-"maze"-ing feat for Buffalo!

Hope you got to Powder Keg this weekend—we did!

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A risky production triumphs

A risky production triumphs

A look at Torn Space Theater's Some Explicit Polaroids.

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It's in the Bag

It's in the Bag

A Spree fashionista dishes on Handbag Happy Hour

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Don't be shocked to see a gold for Finland

Don't be shocked to see a gold for Finland

What's impressive about the Finns' forwards is that with the obvious exception of the shamelessy cherry-picking Selanne, none seem to be too one- dimensional. All of them appear to be well-versed, complete players who play well in most situations: leading, trailing, one man down, one man up ... you name it.

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Female prose and poetry at El Buen Amigo

Female prose and poetry at El Buen Amigo

"Recognition of Female Prose & Poetry" featuring past and present literary figures and original new works will be held from 2–5 p.m. on Sunday, February 28 at El Buen Amigo, 114 Elmwood Avenue.

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