Presidential visits to Buffalo don't happen that often, and, regardless of your politics, it's good to get the attention!
The fifty-member tribunal that ticked their ballots on their AFC freshman fave voted again, and thus swiftly ended my brief campaign to sway them to select the Buffalo Bills' Jairus Byrd in Cushing's stead.
Opening night at the 360 | 365 George Eastman House Film festival featured James Ivory and his new film City of Your Final Destination.
Buffalo State's Fashion Department puts on a glitzy show in the iconic Pierce Arrow building. It's all around HOT.
Fans can appreciate excitement, and it's a good bet Spiller will bring that. But as 4 p.m. on Sunday rolls around, Buffalo fans are simple: if the Bills win, we're excited. Whether Spiller has rushed for 200 or two yards, if the team scored touchdowns and beat its opponent, the excitement is there. Go ahead and bore us; we're quick to forgive if we're celebrating a "W."
A list of films opening in Buffalo this weekend, starting 4/30
Whew, that was quick. Buffalo Sabres fans wait two-and-a-half years to see playoff hockey again, and ... Poof! Speaking of disappearing acts, I heard today that Tim Connolly and Derek Roy were just notified that their team was playing the Boston Bruins in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals.
Jennifer Lopez is a successful woman looking to start a family by getting pregnant the new-tech way. Along comes Alex O'Loughlin as the perfect man to have helped her do it the old-fashioned way. Hijinks ensue.
Mark Recchi using Tim Kennedy as a tackling dummy to set up Boston's game-winning goal in Game Three says bad things about the Sabres' suddenly waining chances to make it out of the first round. The team's best forward has been ... Mike Grier? Ouch.
Salman Rushdie came to Buffalo for the final installment of Just Buffalo Literary Center's Babel series' third season on Friday.