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.
Dubbed the Buffalo First Local Business Mixer, the event aims to provide independent businesses owners a chance to talk about things that are and can be done in their individual neighborhoods to bring forth investment and further needed transformations.
Isn't it time Lynch realizes it's fourth-and-long and getting perilously late in the game of salvaging his career?
A list of films opening in Buffalo this weekend, starting 4/2.
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.
Hats off to our friends at WNYmedia.net for their latest satirical look at local politics.
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.
Aside from a brief flirtation, Buffalo has never enjoyed the Major Leagues. Yet we're baseball fans nevertheless because at our core, we're still Americans. And while we can't pull for our own hometown club, we know the way to the Bigs, which are essentially right in our backyard.
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.
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.