blog by Kathryn Przybyla • May 23, 2013 @ 2:35pm •
You have no excuses now. Align your chakras around WNY with complimentary fitness classes sponsored by Independent Health and the Buffalo Niagara YMCA.
“Fitness in the Parks” is a free community exercise program that will be offered every day during the week at various WNY park locations including Amherst, Buffalo, Cheektowaga, Clarence, Lewiston, Orchard Park and Tonawanda. YMCA…
blog by Ben Tsujimoto • May 23, 2013 @ 10:57am •
(Update: North Park Theatre landlord Thomas Eaonnou told Jeff Simon in today’s Buffalo News that he’ll pair with Left Bank restaurant owner Michael Christiano to keep the art theater open).
Existing as a North Buffalo theater since 1920, North Park Theatre on Hertel Avenue will close as a result of an expiring lease between Dipson Theatres and landlord Thomas J. Eoannou.…
Sorry for the inconvenience. If you’re a News subscriber, your paper will be delivered later than usual.
According to a representative from The Buffalo News, newspaper deliveries in most areas receiving the Niagara and final editions were affected. Delivery will be completed later today.
Thank you for your patience.
blog by Ben Tsujimoto • May 23, 2013 @ 9:02am •
The City of Buffalo has been praised for its influx of refugees and the opportunities that those refugees are provided. It’s obvious that the city benefits too, as Buffalo’s abundance of cultures weaves new markets, crafts, religious influences and cuisines into the All-America city. The relationship is symbiotic, and there’s a reason Buffalo attracts the most refugees in New York…
blog by S.J. Velasquez • May 22, 2013 @ 10:34am •
Hot pink lawn ornaments are popping up in unlikely places around Buffalo—outside abandoned buildings, for example.
Plastic pink flamingos, invented by designer Don Featherstone in the 1950s, are at the center of Broadway Fillmore Alive’s Pink Flamingo Project. Inspired by Buffalo’s Young Preservationists’ “heart bomb” project, BFA’s Christopher Byrd decided he, too, would tag…
blog by Caitlin Campbell McNulty • May 22, 2013 @ 10:23am •
This year, we made a New Year’s resolution to try and add some balance into our lives. Six months in, I feel like it’s something we’ve actually been able to stick to.
Before, we’d do everything in short bursts – work really long hours, spend every night at the gym, see our friends for two months straight then not again for six months. We were awfully busy, but never…
blog by Ben Tsujimoto • May 22, 2013 @ 9:31am •
Nicknamed “The Buffalo Crooner,” Mark Weber is in search of funding to share his musical passion with Buffalo’s most alluring areas—through art-adorned refurbished outdoor pianos. Sounds kind of wild, right?
With 15 days remaining in his Kickstarter campaign, Weber has raised $1,245 of his $4,000 goal to restore, transport and decorate old pianos to become fixtures in some of…
Visit Buffalo Niagara, the Queen City’s convention and visitors bureau, has released its latest visitors guide.
Jammed with Buffalo’s newest treasures and brimming with colorful images, the 68-page issue blends cut-and-dry attraction and venue information with short interviews, quirky tidbits and plenty of images of Buffalo’s new generation of difference-makers.
Leaf through the…
Changing jobs or embarking on a new career shouldn’t have negative connotations. Leaving an unsatisfying job for a better fit—including a transition period of uncertainty and risk-taking—can be a noble and fruitful endeavor.
BuffaloJobFinder.com, a product of the Buffalo News, and Monster.com collaborate on Career Fest, a meeting of hiring local businesses and prospective…
blog by S.J. Velasquez • May 20, 2013 @ 10:52am •
Free wedding announcements are back at The Buffalo News, and it’s a pretty easy process for lovebirds to benefit in the renewed service.
The free announcements return June 2. Anyone getting hitched in the near future should fill out this form as soon as possible.
“Wedding announcements are brief items listing information about the newlyweds, their families and their wedding…