September 2011

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Weekending/Holiday Valley

Treetop adventures

Weekending/Rochester road trip

5 perfect family attractions

Get Outside/Zoar Valley

Our hidden sanctuary—and the family who kept it hidden. Our hidden sanctuary—and the family who kept it hidden. (Plus "Hiking Zoar".)

In the Field: Doug Bunker of Lake Country Premium Meats

What We Want: Tom Tower's Potatoes

NY-126 has been promoted.

On the Line: Chef Jake Brach

Free Fitness

Free Sports

Free Everything!

Not content to settle for free art, music, literature, tech, and films? How about free everything else?

Education 2011: A case study in seniority—and burn-out

The following is a fictional scenario based on real events.

Free Gardening

Free power

Free Lit

WNYers love to read ... and to hear authors speak.

"Free association" crossword solution revealed!

The solution to the crossword from September's "Real good for free" issue of Buffalo Spree.

Free stuff at the library

Beyond the books

Free Tech & WiFi

Download or log on, free techy gadgets and WiFi access.

Free films for the family

Free Flicks

Catch a free (or really cheap) flick with advice from freelance film critic and Spree associate editor Christopher Schobert

Free Music

There is no shortage of opportunities to soak up some free music in WNY.

Free Art

"They're giving away free culture by the pallet-load ..."

12 months of free

WNY is home to dozens of free events. Here's a list of just a few...

Education 2011: Stacey Watson

"Watson firmly believes in the efficacy of her approach in helping students, and she’s got both the numbers and the anecdotes to support that."

Education 2011: Parsing Phil Rumore

"This is one of the most awesome jobs anyone could have. You can make real change; you can fight for what you believe in—from smaller classes to more services for children and better salaries for teachers."

Education 2011: Ranking Schools

To rank, or not to rank: What are the real questions?

Hot 5: Music is Art

The annual festival takes place on September 17.

Wind, Waves & Wines XII

The Aquarium of Niagara's annual fundraiser takes place September 15th

Hot 5: Quaker Arts Festival

More than 300 vendors will sell their wares at this festival which takes place on September 17.

Preserving summer's bounty

Chef George's favorite recipes for utilizing the season's abundant bounty

Budget Crunch: The Golden Duck

An authentic Peking duck experience in WNY

Education 2011: Buffalo Seminary

A Buffalo tradition becomes a landmark

Head of the fashion class

Back to school clothes for fall

Education 2011: Tapestry grows its own

On September 17, more than 150 volunteers will unite for an intense five-day building period.

Gallery View: Mediamania

" ...'Videosphere: A New Generation' is what you zip through when moving forward into the twenty-first century."

Art: A landmark is born

Preservation-ready: Lackawana Iron & Steel Company's North Office

A Beaux Arts beauty from the steel era

Hot 5: North Tonawanda Historic Treasures Tour

Saturday, September 10th

Take One: Amaretto Italian Bistro

"Romantic at the corner of Main and Transit? Unthinkable, right? Wrong."

We'll Drink to That: Daily affirmations inspired by Finger Lakes wine

"Some of the Finger Lakes’ most acclaimed wine personalities reveal words to live by."

2011 Fall Literature Preview

Read, listen, and ponder

2011 Fall Theater Preview

A homegrown season

2011 Fall Music Preview

Headliners for every taste

Spree Insider - September 2011

This month, have Mercy, and hit the farm

September 2011: From the Editor

Hot 5: September at the Zoo

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