Arts + Entertainment
gallery by Cody Osborne • March 08, 2014 @ 2:26pm •
Chippewa is often a busy place on a Friday night and last night was no exception to the rule.
Even though the list of bars that were participating in the annual bar crawl was minimized from six down to two, it still turned out to be quite the epic night.
Bottoms Up & 67 West still made it worth it for everyone to come down and check out the 2014 Buffalo Mardi Gras Bar Crawl…
blog by Ben Tsujimoto • March 06, 2014 @ 2:01pm •
It takes metaphorical cojones to be a female comedian.
Only four women made Paste’s Best of 2013 Top 20 comics, and only two graced the top 10.
None made the top five, where Louis C.K. and Aziz Ansari led the list.
The role of gender in comedy is a heavy topic—and I’m not here to pass judgment on whether it should or should not be a big deal, because I honestly don’t know.…
For some of us, the celebration of Mardi Gras or “Fat Tuesday,” reflecting the practice of the last night of eating richer, fattier foods before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season, kicked off with the Artvoice Mardi Gras Parade from Symphony Circle through downtown and back again. The weather was wintery but the spirits along the route were high.
We caught some of the…
blog by Maria Redd • March 04, 2014 @ 9:10am •
A perk of reading the latest ReddRoxx Rundown is knowing that you will come across Buffalo’s undiscovered talent and hear great music from amazing artists from your own backyard, and this week’s edition will not disappoint.
In an overly saturated music industry, we often don’t get the chance to hear fresh new talent, but I introduce to you an artist by the name of A.C.…
Playing a game of tic-tac-toe against a chicken will likely put you in a fowl mood. (Yes, that’s a candidate for worst chicken pun of all-time. I promise, it’ll get worse).
Beginning on Monday and running through March 29, Kelly Boger’s coop of white leghorns will post up at Hamburg Gaming on the Erie County Fairgrounds, 5820 South Park Ave., Hamburg, challenging human competitors…
gallery by Erica Morano • March 02, 2014 @ 8:06am •
Normally First Niagara Center is the place to see the Buffalo Sabres perform, but Saturday night they entertained fans in a very different way.
The first UnPucked event was held to benefit the Buffalo Sabres Foundation, and it featured both current and former players. They were joined by a number of songwriters: David Lee Murphy, Doug Johnson, Tony Arata and Jim Peterik, who have…
Even though the life of Sublime’s lead singer Bradley Nowell was cut tragically short 18 years ago, Sublime’s memories and music still live on to this very day.
It could quite possibly be due to their style and originality of music, along with the help of the cover band Badfish.
Badfish is one of the premier Sublime cover bands in the world. If you close your eyes while sitting…
Buffalo has cascaded into a Golden Age of firsts: the first downtown stand-alone breweries and distillery since Prohibition, the first forays into reviving the grain elevators, the first Dinosaur BBQ, Popeye’s and Sonic Drive-In, and even the first Stanley Cup.
To say that Spooky Business, the collaborative product Stephen Pieroni (right in header) and Sean Heidinger (left), is…
audio by moviemadness • February 28, 2014 @ 10:06am •
blog by Ben Tsujimoto • February 27, 2014 @ 10:12am •
It’s not easy to write an article about Badfish.
The circumstances surrounding the Sublime tribute band don’t waver much: the band plays the same covers and incites the same live-performance energy from both band-mates and crowds over the last 14 years.
Sometimes, there’s nothing wrong with consistency—especially when a good product maintains a high standard.
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