January-February 2011

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Buffalo Days: Public libraries—not optional

Today’s library is as much a center for information management as it is a place to check out a book. The more information we have, the more we need that management.

Winter Orchid Show

Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens hosts gorgeous flower show

Budget Crunch: Lunching at Pomegranate

One of the newest, and most welcome, additions to the WNY budget dining scene.

We'll Drink to That: A Niagara Wine Update

An update of the ever-improving wineries located along the Niagara Wine Trail

Theater: the Art of Creation

Ask John Gidding

The HGTV design guru shares his knowledge

Squeaky Wheel’s Peepshow: It’s Complicated

The downtown media center's wildly popular fundraiser-art show returns.

The Eligibles: Cynnie Gaasch, 39

An artist and the executive director of Young Audiences WNY

The Eligibles: Jim Baker, 30

In the company of friends

Microorganisms: Making miracles in the soil

" ... the least we can do is to learn what serves the systems already in place."

What We Want: French Macarons

Only one "o" required!

Work-in-Progress/Roycroft Update

Nickel City Chef gains national renown

Nickel City Chef attracts national notice.

The Eligibles: Otis N. Glover

“Nothing is impossible. Maybe challenging, but not impossible."

Gadget Planet: Listen closely

Spree writer William Altreuter explores some of the newest personal listening gear

Spree Insider: Bring on the Bachelors

Spree's Bachelor Auction, the 8th annual Corporate Ski Challenge, Polar Bites, and Squeaky Wheel's Peepshow

Arnold Schwarzenegger at UB

Schwarzenegger in town as part of UB's Distinguished Speakers Series

On the Line: Chef Adam Goetz

Our Q&A with a Buffalo chef who is many things, including a proponent of the local food movement and a family man with a penchant for potato chips.

The Eligibles: Caesandra Seawell, 36

This WNY single is captivated by the art and science of smooching

2011 Top Docs

The latest list from Castle Connolly, featuring 132 docs in 44 specialties

Lang Lang with the BPO

The international music sensation joins the BPO for one night

Take One/Curly’s

The food is always good here—and at times remarkable.

The Eligibles: Steve Messler, 32

What’s next, once you’ve stood on the podium and had an Olympic medal draped around your neck?

44 Breckenridge—Can This Building Be Saved?

How could the oldest surviving church building in Buffalo sit vacant and ignored for over forty years?

M&T First Fridays @ the Gallery

The first Friday of the month is a busy one at the Albright-Knox, thanks to M&T First Fridays.
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