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A Madness to remember for Buffalo

A Madness to remember for Buffalo

I'm thinking that this weekend's NCAA Tourney games probably constitute basketball's finest hour in Buffalo. For two days—three if you count the day in the middle—the city ate, slept, and breathed the game, and here's the shocker: the games actually warranted the hype.

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The Big V is a Daily Delight

The Big V is a Daily Delight

Viktoria Ciostek is a Buffalo photographer whose work focuses on issues of urban decay and the effects of modern development. She is now on a photo-expedition she calls The Big V, and you can travel right along with her via the internet.

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The weekend in movies 3/19

The weekend in movies 3/19

A list of films opening in Buffalo this weekend, starting 3/19.

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Get it while it’s hot: flower porn in TO

Get it while it’s hot: flower porn in TO

Spree visits Canada Blooms

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Thanks for stopping by, Mr. Meier

Thanks for stopping by, Mr. Meier

UB, AKAG and BPAC brought renowned architect Richard Meier to Buffalo. Mutual admiration was the name of the game.

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Tim Tebow? Brian Brohm? Trent Edwards? No thanks.

Tim Tebow? Brian Brohm? Trent Edwards? No thanks.

I hope Buffalo doesn't draft Tim Tebow. I just don't like his awkward mechanics and left-handedness, which I think throws receivers off their game. Hey, I'm a lefty myself, but I'm just of the belief that we make great relievers and first basemen, just not necessarily top-notch NFL quarterbacks.

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Liberty or death!

Liberty or death!

A legendary British line comes to Target. Havoc ensues.

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Meet Breckenwood—a band on the rise

Meet Breckenwood—a band on the rise

So what’s so special about the two eighteen-year-olds and the nineteen-year-old who make up Breckenwood? “We feel we have a unique style that’s different from most other bands in Western New York,” says Micah Kokeny, nineteen, of Orchard Park.

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The weekend in movies

The weekend in movies

A list of films opening in Buffalo this weekend, starting 3/12.

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Stamps of approval for AKAG's Abstract Expressionists

Stamps of approval for AKAG's Abstract Expressionists

Four works from AKAG's Abstract Expressionists collection are featured on new U.S. stamps.

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