June 2013

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All for one, and sports for all

The Buffalo Front Runners/ Front Walkers, Buffalo Historical Bowling League, and Queen City Softball League may be geared toward members of Buffalo’s GLBT community, but that’s not what makes them so relevant and interesting.

Javier Bustillos and Anthony Chase: leading men

The theater world is small. But Buffalo is home.

Busti Cider Mill

Tucked into a wooded area amid the picturesque farmland of Jamestown, Busti Cider Mill makes apple cider with all the right ingredients.

Chiapas in Allentown

Since 2011, gallery owners Rick Williams and Mara Odette Guerrero have been presenting Latin American art and culture in Allentown

Colin Dabkowski and Michael Tsanis: connected through Pride and pride in Buffalo

Dabkowski and Tsanis reside in the Elmwood Village.

Jones Pond: Putting the Camp back in camping

Joe Lyons and the Buffalo Catering Company

For Joseph Lyons, owner of Buffalo Catering Company and the “Joe” of Joe’s Deli, work calls for “mimicking the no-huddle offense and making a hundred decisions a day

Religious conversions: the art of Josh Iguchi

When the transformational Second Vatican Council of the Catholic Church called for a dialogue with the contemporary world, they couldn’t have anticipated the art of Josh Iguchi.

The gendering of expression: A subtle misunderstanding

Spree's art critic questions the rhetoric—but not the paintings—in an Anderson Gallery exhibition.

Ways in being Ron

In the world of writer and performer Ron Ehmke.

Michael Poczkalski and David Brugh: a powerful partnership

They met at a coffee shop in a Chicago airport. Ten years later, Michael Poczkalski and David Brugh have gone from the quotidian to the sublime.

Buffalo's Drag Divas

Al fresco: Buffalo’s best patios

In venues bathed in sunlight or lantern light, cloistered in gardens or set up on sidewalks, summertime meals just seem to taste better when taken outside.

Hot 5: Meander in the Woods

Sample great barbecue from Kentucky Greg's and dessert featuring wild edibles

Hot 5: Amy Stewart at the Hotel Lafayette

The Brazen-Faced Varlets: feminist theater

Buffalo United Artists has garnered its fair share of acclaim for bringing gay-themed theater to Western New York

Portrait of the artist as a mythological being

Bruce Adams’s current exhibition is on view at Studio Hart.

Al fresco: best picnic spots

Not a big fan of traditional picnics? Can’t blame you.

Al fresco: picnic wines

Here’s a totally unscientific guide to appeasing your fellow guests this summer.

A watercolor perspective

The Kenan Center had been working with Margaret Martin to plan an exhibit of her work when the artist unexpectedly died in November

Splash and bash

The Small Boat Harbor plays host to a charitable event this month, and two popular fundraisers celebrate double-digit anniversaries.

A summer explosion

With plenty of Spree-sponsored fundraisers coming up, the forecast for June is looking particularly sunny and loaded with excitement.
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