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Style Spotlight: Michele Ragusa

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Michele Ragusa has a job most of us can only dream of: she gets to star in Broadway productions, perform Monty Python’s “Spamalot” in front of thousands of people and wear $37,000 gowns. Not…

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Buffalo native Michele Ragusa wraps up star turn in ‘Gypsy’

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If you aren’t familiar with Michele Ragusa, charge yourself three demerits for Failure to Recognize a Famous Buffalonian.

Ragusa, raised in North Buffalo and a graduate…

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The Flaming Lips at Artpark - PHOTOS

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{video_photo_caption}Wayne Coyne of the Flaming Lips performs on a steamy night

Grammy Award-winning band the Flaming Lips brought their dreamy lush rock to Artpark Wednesday on a hot and sticky night.

Lead singer Wayne Coyne led the elaborate show that included confetti, a baby doll, a trumpet that smoked and an elaborate light show.…

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O.A.R. at Artpark’s Coors Light Wednesdays - PHOTOS

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{video_photo_caption}Of A Revolution's lead vocalist Marc Roberge at the Artpark Outdoor Stage

Allen Stone opened the show until the summer storms rolled in and Artpark was suddenly emptied, but all the crowd and tons more returned while Andrew McMahon took over after the lightning and rain retreated.

The Park was packed; Marc Roberge and O.A.R.…

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Dispatch brings ‘The General’ to Artpark - PHOTOS

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{video_photo_caption}Chad Stokes and Peter Francis Heimbold, two of the Dispatch Trio, get into it on the Artpark Outdoor Amphitheater stage.

A cool breeze off Lake Ontario fanned across the hill that is the Artpark Outdoor Amphitheater in Lewiston as the Brooklyn band Lucius opened for Dispatch who, on the very first song, had the amphitheater jumping. Dispatch mixed a lot of their older songs -- from before…

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Together again, Dispatch rumbles to Artpark

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For then 17-year-old Ben Tsujimoto sitting in afternoon French class at Iroquois High School, the news that Dispatch was breaking up hit pretty hard. As someone who didn’t even know the meaning of “indie” at that point in 2002, the fact that my…

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MGMT at Artpark - PHOTOS

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{video_photo_caption}MGMT packs Artpark for an unbelievable set of psychedelic tunes.

To think that psychedelic rock ended when Pink Floyd hung up their guitars is a myth. MGMT was in Lewiston on Wednesday night at Artpark and showed to everyone that psychedelic music is still quite "groovy". The group was formed around the year 2004 and has been on…

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MGMT brings psychedelic rock to Artpark - VIDEO

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  • 

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These kids just won’t stop.

Coming to Artpark tomorrow as part of the Coors Light Wednesdays series, MGMT will take the stage with…

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Can you hear me now? Marianas Trench headlines Noise Tour at Artpark

blog by Steve Wilger  • 

{video_photo_caption}Marianas Trench wants to goof around with you.

Jovial Canadian pop-rockers Marianas Trench are slated to hit Western New York for a 6 p.m. show on Saturday at Artpark’s Mainstage Theater as the headliners on the

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Just like old times: Social Distortion, Adolescents, Joan Jett all in WNY tonight

blog by Ben Kirst  • 

{video_photo_caption}It's old school punk night in Buffalo.

If you feel like American punk rock peaked somewhere around 1983, then this is your big day.

A trio of bands from that seminal era are all in Buffalo—well, Lewiston, too—tonight.

Here are your options:

1.)

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Powered by Allmans: Gov’t Mule headline Wednesday at Artpark

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{video_photo_caption}Photo courtesy of Flickr / Weekly Dig

With a nostalgic blend of classic Southern rock, blues, and just the right amount of jam, Gov’t Mule—the side project of Allman Brothers Band members Warren Haynes and…

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Eighties rock icon Billy Idol rebel yells at Artpark

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{video_photo_caption}Billy Idol is back, baby.

When I was a teenager, my favorite book (in the category of non-fiction, memoir) for a few years was John Lydon’s Rotten: No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs, an autobiography / oral history of the…

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Get moving this summer with ‘Fitness in the Parks’

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{video_photo_caption}Photo courtesy of Flickr / lululemon athletica.

You have no excuses now. Align your chakras around WNY with complimentary fitness classes sponsored by Independent Health and the Buffalo Niagara YMCA.

Fitness…

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The Avett Brothers to hit the Artpark stage

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Acclaimed North Carolina folk-rock band The Avett Brothers will perform in the Artpark Mainstage Theater at 7 p.m. Friday.

With the recognition gained for 2009’s “I and Love and You” and their latest album, “The Carpenter,” which reached No. 4 in…

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Artpark announces summer concert lineup

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One of Western New York’s most popular summer concert destinations has released its 2013 show schedule.

According to Artpark’s Facebook page, here…

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