Tagged: Winter

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A winter wonderland

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  • 

{video_photo_caption}Photo courtesy of Buffalo Olmstead Parks

For the second year in a row, The Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy brings the best of winter and Buffalo together in one place for one day. This Flurrious celebration will kick off at 9 a.m. and last all…


Ask Avery: How to look hot when the weather’s cold

blog by Avery Hartmans  • 

{video_photo_caption}Photo courtesy of Flickr / vmiramontes

Dear Avery,
I’m a college student and I like to go out on the weekends but now that it’s getting cold out, I don’t know how to dress. How do I stay warm when I go out at night? I can’t risk losing my nice winter jacket but I also don’t want…

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Beautiful Buffalo winter photos

blog by S.J. Velasquez  • 

{video_photo_caption}Snowing at Parkside Candy

The snow has finally arrived, prompting the usual groaning and some celebration. In honor of the wintery conditions, I present to you a few lovely snow shots taken around Buffalo and posted to Flickr Creative Commons:


Ask Avery: Fashion for the fuller-figured

blog by Avery Hartmans  • 


Hi Avery. I recently moved to Buffalo from Dallas. As I’m sure you can imagine, winters in Texas are pretty mild, therefore, I’ve never “officially” gone shopping for winter clothes.  Everyone here tells me it’s all about the…

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WYRK’s Winter Taste of Country at Shea’s

gallery by Bill Parker  • 

{video_photo_caption}Country fans at Sheas

Tonight was the first of hopefully many Taste of Country winter shows. A cold winter evening soon heated up as the country music hit the stage at Shea's Performing Arts Center in Buffalo. The beautiful theater, decorated for the holidays, was a great venue for tonight's…


The wonders of winter in Buffalo

blog by The Canisius Griffin  • 

{video_photo_caption}Rotary Rink - Provided by Google Images

As the end of the semester quickly approaches, so does the Buffalo winter; the snow flurries and frigid temperatures of the holiday season are just around the corner. Although it may be tempting to hibernate indoors for the three to four months of winter, Buffalo…

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Perry’s Ice Cream mixes nostalgia and a lot of coconut

blog by S.J. Velasquez  • 


Although I hadn’t yet been born, I feel like the experience of the blizzard of ‘77 was frozen into my Buffalo-born DNA. The rest of the nation might joke about our snowy winters (I mean, did you see the post about the definition…


BREAKING: It’s going to snow a lot in Buffalo this winter

blog by S.J. Velasquez  • 

{video_photo_caption}Photo courtesy of AccuWeather.com

Blame it on La Niña, AccuWeather.com reports. This is going to be one of the worst winters Buffalo’s seen in a while.

Last year, New York experienced…

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Sleigh bells ring….

blog by Emily Stoll  • 

{video_photo_caption}Photo courtesy of niagaramarket.com

In Buffalo, winter means three things: snow, snow and more snow. But this winter, there’s something to look forward to besides blizzards and sub-zero temperatures: the first ever Niagara Holiday Market.

Predicted to be the largest European-style holiday…

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