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.
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.
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.
A list of films opening in Buffalo this weekend, starting 3/19.
UB, AKAG and BPAC brought renowned architect Richard Meier to Buffalo. Mutual admiration was the name of the game.
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.
Four works from AKAG's Abstract Expressionists collection are featured on new U.S. stamps.
Just Buffalo Literary Center welcomed Iranian author Azar Nafisi to Buffalo in order to speak on her process, beliefs, and works.