November 2011

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Lackawanna, by the book

2011: Best places to work: Rupp, Baase, Pfalzgraf, Cunningham & Coppola

Stuff happens—and that’s OK

2011 Best places to work: Buffalo State College

Where education doesn't stop with graduation

Budget Crunch: Brickyard Pub & BBQ

"Brickyard Pub & BBQ in Lewiston has built a large and loyal following of regulars by consistently dishing up satisfying meals at affordable prices."

What We Want: Tom & Jerrys

"Despite the impracticality of serving a from-scratch nog in a contemporary bar setting, the old-fashioned Tom & Jerry remains a favorite of WNYers and the denizens of other cities surrounding the Great Lakes."

At the Tap: Phil Internicola

“What we intend to do is to give the craft brew-appreciating public a variety to choose from,” he adds, “and that variety, I insist, has to be of high quality and has to be true to style.”

2011: Best places to work: MBMS, Inc.

Small staff, big results

2011 Best places to work: Horizon Health Services

Aiming for the top

2011 Best places to work: Freed Maxick Battaglia

Aggressive accounting with a heart

Picks from this year's flicks at the Toronto International Film Festival

What’s so funny about shame, melancholia, and psychoanalyzing?

We'll Drink to That: Winter-worthy whites

On the Line: Chef Andrew Nuernberger

A cook's tour of the chef business

Spree's favorite chef shares insight into his profession

2011 Best places to work: Eastern Hospitality Advisors

The best jobs with the shortest commute

Returning ex-pats lead the local work-at-home trend

2011 Best places to work: DiVal

Safety—and family—first

Buffalo Society of Artists marks 120 years

Artist Spotlight: Ray Davies

Still making music in a mixed-up, muddled-up, shook-up world

Education 2011: Take this book and shove it

In the Field: The Sandvoss brothers of First Light Creamery

WNYs only artisan cheesemaker makes a splash

WBFO features Buffalo Spree's preservation series

The Dirt: Your yard tree

Decision, opportunity … or mistake?

Q&A: Phil Arno

"...sixty-one-year-old Phil Arno knows that many people in the television industry think he has a screw loose because he is trying to reinvent local television."

Sizing Up Sushi

"In our economy, who wants to spend money on a lackluster meal when something better is being offered just down the street?"

Sushi Tips and Definitions

Cherish the quartet

Nights in white satin, revisited

Sounds of the city

Gardening: A season of tree disease

2011 Best places to work: Erie 1 BOCES

The rewards include making a difference

2011 Best places to work: Wegmans

2011 Best places to work: Fisher Price

Toying with success

Musicians of the Month: The Backpeddlers

Get Outside: Rail trails

A fresh start for WNY's industrial remnants

Onstage: Noteworthy in November

Gallery View: Go big or go home

150 years of visionary at the Albright Knox

Niagara Falls adds a holiday slice of Europe

WNY has a new way to celebrate the holidays

Preservation-ready: Fairfield Library

A once-beloved library struggles to find new life

Hot 5: November 2011

November 2011: From the editor

November 2011: Fundraisers & Charity Events

Dress for excess

November 2011: Spree Insider

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