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Remembrance of ballparks past at the Castellani

Remembrance of ballparks past at the Castellani

The exhibit by photographer Jim Dow showcases the subtle appeal of old-time baseball fields that are disappearing with increasing frequency across the country.

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Rockin'at the Knox: An opportunity for partiers to stop and smell the art

Rockin'at the Knox: An opportunity for partiers to stop and smell the art

Freshly back from the annual music and beer fest, we reflect on the many revelers who are seeing museum's collection for the first time.

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Movie Review: Please Give

Movie Review: Please Give

An authentic, intertwined look at two matriarchs and their families, coping with life, love, and death.

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Don't miss a rare visit from a true garden know-it-all

Don't miss a rare visit from a true garden know-it-all

We don't get the gardening hot shots here too often, but Stephanie Cohen is the real thing.

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Cage, unleashed at Mohawk Place

Cage, unleashed at Mohawk Place

NYC rapper Cage stops by Mohawk Place on June 21 for a solo show.

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Let us now praise female Buffalo sports fans

Let us now praise female Buffalo sports fans

That's the beauty of our women here in Buffalo: attractive, intelligent, practical ... and they know their sports.

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Movie Review: The Karate Kid

Movie Review: The Karate Kid

Relocating to China and switching to kung fu, the 80s classic is remade—without Mr. Miyagi.

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Rockin' returns to the Knox with Rufus and the National

Rockin' returns to the Knox with Rufus and the National

After a year off, Rockin’ at the Knox is back in a big way. Scheduled for June 18th at Elmwood Avenue's venerable Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the 2010 model is headlined by two internationally acclaimed acts: cerebral indie rock faves the National and the wildly eclectic Rufus Wainwright.

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A new concert jam on Fridays downtown

A new concert jam on Fridays downtown

Starting this Friday, June 11, the concert series offers an eclectic lineup blending local and international artists over four free happy hour concerts on the second Friday of each month through September 10.

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Remembering Goldie Semple

Remembering Goldie Semple

The Shaw Festival loses one of its greats.
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