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Schobel's exit gives Maybin his chance

Schobel's exit gives Maybin his chance

Schobel's not part of the team's "now," much less its future, and he's much better off signing with an on-the-cusp team in need of a weakside defensive end who can release the hounds on passing downs.

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A loverly production of "My Fair Lady"

A loverly production of "My Fair Lady"

Shaw's classic Pygmalion, as interpreted by Lerner & Loewe, is still great fun—and well done!

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“They’re not coming. They never were.”

“They’re not coming. They never were.”

What would you pick?
Movie Review: Dinner for Schmucks

Movie Review: Dinner for Schmucks

Steve Carell stars as an obnoxious eccentric, a formula that should equal big box office.

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The Braves are missed, but they saved us more heartbreak

The Braves are missed, but they saved us more heartbreak

Us younger Buffalo folk have often heard our older counterparts wax nostalgic about this town's NBA days, about the Braves, Bob McAdoo, Randy Smith, Jack Ramsay, and so on and so forth. But we'd be setting ourselves up for the usual heartbreak if they'd stayed.

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A mural-a-thon in Black Rock

A mural-a-thon in Black Rock

“The Great 24-Hour Mural-Thon” will begin Friday evening at 9 p.m. and continue throughout the night, ending at 9 p.m. on Saturday.

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No dilemma for the audience: a Shaw must-see

No dilemma for the audience: a Shaw must-see

Classic GBS combined with travel, food, and shopping equals a Spree arts writer’s dream day.
Review/Interview: Winter's Bone

Review/Interview: Winter's Bone

Director Debra Granik speaks to Spree about her new critically acclaimed film Winter's Bone, one of the films opening this week in Buffalo.

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What the Kovalchuk decision means for the Sabres

What the Kovalchuk decision means for the Sabres

There's no question where Buffalo Sabres fans—and other supporters of small-market NHL franchises—should stand in the wake of the NHL putting the kybosh on Ilya Kovalchuk's colossal contract with the New Jersey Devils. And that's directly in support of Commissioner Gary Bettman.

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The cutting-edge art of Infringment

The cutting-edge art of Infringment

In an already crowded summer festival calendar, Buffalo’s unique, wildly diverse Infringement Festival stands out. This year, the multi-genre art festival will span eleven days from Thursday, July 22 to Sunday, August 1 at more than fifteen venues.

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