Saffron tea helps keep Salma Attai focused. The second-year medical student at UB offers the…

When Gwen Mysiak’s thirteen-year-old nephew was diagnosed with cancer, the last thing on her mind was a career shift. But after seeing firsthand how much families dealing with pediatric cancer need support, she gave up her dream job to join P.U.N.T. Pediatric Cancer Collaborative.

Collin Gehl has carved out a relevant occupational niche. This month, the forty-three-year-old Buffalo native becomes the first human resources director for Say Yes Buffalo, the burgeoning education-based nonprofit that also supports workforce development.

“For the Haudenosaunee, the land doesn’t belong to us, we belong to it, and we hold it as a sacred trust for our future generations.”

Collin Gehl has carved out a relevant occupational niche. This month, the forty-three-year-old Buffalo native becomes the first human resources director for Say Yes Buffalo, the burgeoning education-based nonprofit that also supports workforce development.

When we last reported on the Broadway Theatre (originally the Sattler Theater) in 2012, there was qualified hope. Western New York Minority Media Professionals (WNYMMP) had taken over the structure at 512 Broadway in 2008, after twelve years of vacancy and four decades of church ownerships before that. 

Funny how things work out. In taking the job of executive director of the National Comedy Center in Jamestown, Journey Gunderson, thirty-eight, has circled back to her hometown, residing again in Bemus Point.

Western New Yorkers have a longstanding tradition of supporting fri…

Given all the plates she had in the air when the pandemic lockdown …

Donna Latham-Edwards is the founder of the Impacted Families Projec…

Daizi Schiano, age thirty, has been a hospice nurse for seven years…