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Movie Review: Death at a Funeral Annual 2010

Movie Review: Death at a Funeral

A remake of the 2007 film of the same name, Death at a Funeral sees Chris Rock trying his best to send his father off. Familial chaos ensues with the help of hallucinogens and the arrival of a strange visitor.

Annual 2010

The 4th Annual Buffalo Niagara Film Festival

The fourth Annual Buffalo Niagara Film Festival arrives at Market Arcade and the Riviera Theatre from April 16-25.

Movie Review: The Runaways Annual 2010

Movie Review: The Runaways

The Runaways tells the story of teens Cherie Currie and Joan Jett as they begin their musical careers and show the world that girls can rock just as hard as boys.

The weekend in movies 4/2 Annual 2010

The weekend in movies 4/2

A list of films opening in Buffalo this weekend, starting 4/2.

"Children by the million sing for Alex Chilton  ..." Annual 2010

"Children by the million sing for Alex Chilton ..."

Spree's Bruce Eaton, author of a recent book on the band Big Star, remembers the band's iconic frontman at salon.com and his own blog.

Movie Review: A Prophet Annual 2010

Movie Review: A Prophet

A Prophet, a front-runner for Best Foreign Language Film at the Oscars, finally hits Buffalo theaters. A scared kid behind bars becomes leader of the prison's crime world and beyond.

The Big V is a Daily Delight Annual 2010

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.

The weekend in movies 3/19 Annual 2010

The weekend in movies 3/19

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

Thanks for stopping by, Mr. Meier Annual 2010

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.

Meet Breckenwood—a band on the rise Annual 2010

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.