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Metro magic: Hop on the train with Sugar City

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  • 

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The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA) is one of Buffalo’s favorite whipping boys, it seems, largely because of Buffalo’s Metro Rail.

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Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts to dazzle Buffalo this weekend

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  • 

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“With more than 170 artists and craftspeople selling work done in 16 different mediums, you’re sure to find something you love,” says event organizers of this year’s Elmwood Avenue Festival of the Arts.

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City of Night at Silo City meets Instagram - PHOTOS

gallery by Ben Tsujimoto  • 

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While not the best art interpreter of our era, I still get aesthetic enjoyment from snapping photos of Buffalo’s tangible progress, and at City of Night at Silo City, the creative art installations in and around the historic grain elevators—remnants of…

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Allentown Art Festival 2013 - PHOTOS

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{video_photo_caption}A scene from Saturday at the Allentown Art Festival.

Day one of the 56th annual Allentown Art Festival was enjoyed by thousands of attendees who got the chance to eat delicious treats while viewing the awesome arts and crafts of over 400 exhibitors. The spectrum of art available for purchase at the festival was quite…

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Allentown Art Festival sneaks up again

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  • 

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When you’re talking about signature Buffalo summer events, it’s impossible to leave out the Allentown Art Festival.

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Challenging reality: Faber to exhibit at 464

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It’s probable that words like “metaphysics” and “ontology” made your brain throb in college, but fortunately, 464 won’t expect you to recall definitions, write a four-page paper on the nature of “being” or probe deeply…

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Artfarms receives NEA grant to infuse life into East Side

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Like every major city in America, Buffalo has its share of thriving neighborhoods—areas with a flowering arts and entertainment scene, walkable streets, creative restaurants and safe residential spaces. Other communities lag behind—they’re tattered,…

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Shea’s to honor high school thespians at Kenny Awards

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  • 

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Consider this the prelude to their Academy Award acceptance speech.

Created in 1993, the Kenny Awards honor the talent and commitment of area youth. Through the years, more than 100 outstanding musical productions from area high schools have been recognized…

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It’s time for Trimania

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The Tri-Main Center is set to be filled with 26 bands and DJs, dancers, 77 visual artists, comedians, poets, muralists and—- OH YEAH! An estimated 3,000 other guests will be there, too.

Trimania, now in its fifth year, is the fundraiser benefitting…

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464 Gallery turns 4 - PHOTOS

gallery by Chuck Alaimo  • 

{video_photo_caption}A celebration of four years of local arts in North Buffalo.

The 464 Gallery is officially a fixture on Amherst Street in Buffalo's Black Rock Neighborhood. The funky gallery celebrated its grand reopening and four-year anniversary on Friday night, showing off a new facelift that makes the cozy gallery nicer than ever. The addition…

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Be part of the Allentown Art Festival

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Artists, jewelers and crafters are invited to apply for a spot in the Allentown Art Festival, Buffalo’s highly anticipated annual arts fest.

This year’s festival, now in its 56th year, takes place June 8 and 9 in Buffalo’s Allentown district,…

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Going GAGA to support arts in Allentown

blog by Ben Kirst  • 

{video_photo_caption}Allentown comes alive with the arts once again on Thursday.

Part of what makes Allentown such a unique and delightful part of Buffalo is the conglomeration of artists and galleries in the relatively small neighborhood—the kind of colorful, bohemian people and places that belie our city’s Rust Belt image and give…

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Network with young professionals at ProMix

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  • 

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Looking to meet some of the area’s other young professionals such as yourself?

The Amherst Chamber of Commerce Emerging Business Leaders’ young professionals group will hold…

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El Buen Amigo set to be ‘Mobbed’ on Friday

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The Buffalo Cash Mob returns with a vengeance at 5:30 p.m. Friday at El…

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Illuminate AK at the Albright-Knox - PHOTOS

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The Albright-Knox Art Gallery continued to celebrate it's 150th anniversary year with an experience like none other. With the help of many artists, sponsors and volunteers the gallery was able to put together the first ever large-scale 3D video projection mapping project…

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