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May 25, 2013
Arts & Culture
Neglia returns from star-like treatment in Argentina Buffalo, NY (2011-10-17) Ballet dancer Sergio Neglia has returned from his native Argentina where he performed a tribute in honor of his late father at the Colon Theatre.
Theatre Talk Buffalo, NY (2011-10-14) WBFO'S Theatre Talk takes us to several venues.
Visit Buffalo Niagara launches Allentown video Buffalo, NY (2011-10-10) Visit Buffalo Niagara continues moving forward with its "Buffalo.For Real TV" Webisode series.
Amherst man appears on NBC's Sing-Off Buffalo, NY (2011-10-10) An a capella group that emerged from the University of Rochester was selected to be on the NBC television show Sing-Off.
Celebrating Hispanic heritage Buffalo, NY (2011-10-08) New York's eighth judicial district celebrated National Hispanic Heritage Month Friday afternoon in downtown Buffalo.
Hamburg native Peter Case featured in Troubadour Blues Buffalo, NY (2011-10-06) At a time when the music industry is all about American Idol and auto-tune, Tom Weber decided to search out a more authentic kind of music. Troubadour Blues premieres next week at the Buffalo International Film Festival.
Film featuring Buffalo's Guaranty building Buffalo, NY (2011-10-03) In a couple weeks the National Trust for Historic Preservation will come to learn about Buffalo's iconic architecture.
Zoo gets donation for animal artic exhibit Buffalo, NY (2011-09-30) The Jacobs family and Delaware North Companies presented a $250,000 donation to to the Buffalo Zoo Friday morning.
Erie County banking on positive free press Buffalo, NY (2011-09-27) Thanks to some of its greatest assets, Erie County is getting ready to enjoy some positive free press for a change.
Preparing for National Preservation Conference Buffalo, NY (2011-09-26) The National Preservation Conference opens October 19th in Buffalo.
Buffalo bards unite with 100 Thousand Poets for Change Buffalo, NY (2011-09-21) This Saturday poets from Buffalo and all over the world will gather in their communities to promote social and political change.
UB Exhibit to reveal secrets of Louisa May Alcott's life Amherst, NY (2011-09-20) The UB libraries will launch a special exhibit later this month featuring the works of Louisa May Alcott, author of the beloved children's book Little Women. But UB scholars tell us that Alcott was no little woman and her life was no children's book.
New UB Humanities series examines "Fluid Culture" Amherst, NY (2011-09-19) The growing threat to our Great Lakes waters has spurred a year-long lecture series at UB featuring some of the world's leading experts on the politics of water.
Scholars series moves to Hallwalls Buffalo, NY (2011-09-19) The illegal use of prescription drugs has given rise to a whole new "war on drugs" here in Buffalo and around the country. That will be the timely topic of the first lecture this Friday in the Scholars at Hallwalls series.
Buffalo Curtain Up spotlight falls on theatre dynasty Buffalo, NY (2011-09-16) Friday night is the 30th season of Curtain Up, and another bountiful season of theatre in Buffalo. And a bounty of talented local actors will bring those productions to life. Believe it or not, some of that bounty is concentrated in one family.
Buffalo's architectural treasures prove a big draw Buffalo, NY (2011-09-13) Local leaders for the National Preservation Conference said it is on pace to be the biggest ever.
Erie County lawmakers postpone vote on cultural grants Buffalo, NY (2011-09-09) Erie County legislators are not immediately supporting County Executive Chris Collins' plan to award $300,000 in capital grants to some cultural groups.
Musicians compose special piece to remember 9/11 Buffalo, NY (2011-09-09) WBFO'S Eileen Buckley talked with two local musicians, BPO cellist Robbie Hausmann and composer and symphony clarinetist Amrom Chodos, about their three minute piece inspired by the emotional reaction to the tragedy of 9-11.
East Side residents pushed for MLK splash pad Buffalo, NY (2011-09-08) Next summer, residents on Buffalo's East Side will be enjoying a new five-acre wading pool at Martin Luther King Jr.Park.
Catholic church statues vandalized in Cheektowaga Cheektowaga, NY (2011-09-08) Three stone statues on the grounds of a Cheektowaga church were discovered vandalized early Thursday morning.