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The organically athletic Lehrerdance returns to UB

The organically athletic Lehrerdance returns to UB

The dynamic dance company will return to the University at Buffalo’s Center for the Arts form October 8 to 10, after a year of touring the country.

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Will the Bills win a game in 2010?

Will the Bills win a game in 2010?

With each passing week, we see just how flat the cardiogram line of this merry band of clods is running.

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More than a "Trace" of life, from Torn Space Theater

More than a "Trace" of life, from Torn Space Theater

Torn Space Theater is original, adventurous and willing to ask tough questions. For proof, go see their latest production.

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Movie Review: The Social Network

Movie Review: The Social Network

Facebook's genesis, according to Sorkin.

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Mr. Collins, leave cultural funding alone

The county exec is at it again—snatching crusts from WNY's cultural organizations.

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The Sabres unveil another unimaginative jersey

The Sabres unveil another unimaginative jersey

They look kind of, sort of (OK, almost exactly) like the original sweaters the team debuted with in 1970. So we've come full-circle.

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Robert Schwentke's Red

In a sea of business-as-usual action flicks, Robert Schwentke’s Red stands out.

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A hard act to follow

A hard act to follow

Didier Pasquette is the sky-walking metaphor for Beyond/In's high aspirations.

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Movie Review: The Virginity Hit

Movie Review: The Virginity Hit

An American Pie-esque faux documentary about a high school senior's quest to become a man.

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Art in the fast lane: a homegrown expert dishes

Art in the fast lane: a homegrown expert dishes

Don't miss the fascinating Amy Cappellazzo, speaking about contemporary art and Buffalo at Nina Freudenheim Gallery on Saturday
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