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Young Money: Leadership Buffalo - INTERVIEW

blog by Caitlin Campbell McNulty  •   •  

When you talk about leadership development in Western New York, there is one organization that immediately springs to mind – Leadership Buffalo.

The organization is known throughout the region for developing, and connecting, individuals from corporations, small businesses, community organizations and non-profits.

Continuing my series of profiles on organizations for young…

South Buffalo Farmers Market to debut in June

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

At a national level, viral media content usually involves Justin Bieber’s run-ins with the law, the Kardashian sisters’ romantic rompings, Chris Brown’s volatile temper or BuzzFeed lists of cute creatures or Millennials’ traits that bounce from Facebook wall to Facebook wall.

For something to become viral locally, it doesn’t necessarily need to be celeb- or list-based. A group of…

Buffalo Niagara 360 Happy Hour for a Cause to benefit Torn Space

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

When The Buffalo News freelancer Ted Hadley reviewed Torn Space Theater’s “Mud,” his closing remarks went a long way toward describing the East Side theater’s mission.

“Mud,” love it or hate it, read into it what you wish, is nevertheless what live theater is all about,” Hadley wrote. “The play instructs you, changes you, repulses you, moves you, oddly attracts you. And that…

Young Money: Tax time

blog by Caitlin Campbell McNulty  •   •  

It’s almost April 15, which means if you haven’t submitted your federal and state taxes, you only have a few more days to do so.

Filing your taxes is only half the battle for young professionals. The real thing to worry about is what happens after you file and receive that sweet refund check in the mail.

My main piece of advice: don’t blow it all on that epic night at Blue…

Volunteer for Kids Day to benefit Women and Children’s Hospital

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

After 31 years, The Buffalo News’ Kids Day has cemented itself as a tradition, a key spring fundraiser for Variety Kids and Women and Children’s Hospital of Buffalo.

From 6 to 10 a.m. on Tuesday, April 29, hundreds of volunteers will be stationed at major roads throughout Western New York, selling The Buffalo News papers for $1 apiece. It’s common for purchasers, who are…

Boiling down Buffalo’s waterfront: Belt Magazine does it justice - LINK

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

When Buffalo began its rise from the ashes of Rust Belt industry to a more modern, competitive city, a flourish of pro-Buffalo media was strewn across the web.

Some feedback was honest, heartwarming and not self-aggrandizing, and other works were barely veiled self-promotion. Perhaps you’ve heard of real-estate blog Movoto, which sees a popular city, includes it in a fancy list,…

Young Money: Different styles of coworkers

blog by Caitlin Campbell McNulty  •   •  

Since starting in my new role at the University at Buffalo School of Management, I’ve met a lot more characters at work than I’ve ever been exposed to before.

Coming from mainly small-office settings with fewer than 10 people, it’s been a bit of a culture shock to know that walking out of my office are hundreds of people all working for the same institution as me.

Some…

Vulcan visuals: Buffalo Blizzard 2 - PHOTOS, TWEETS

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Buffalo’s second blizzard warning in 70 days wound up more hype than substance.

The Skyway closed—to no one’s surprise—but the vast majority of local businesses shut their doors, travel bans became prevalent and, for at least a few hours, traffic was pretty hazardous. Anecdotally, plows seemed more active during #BuffaloBlizzard2 than #BuffaloBlizzard, so that’s encouraging.

ADDY Awards at Tralf Music Hall - PHOTOS

gallery by Matt Weinberg  •   •  

This year’s annual WNY Addy Awards, hosted by the Advertising Club of Buffalo, were a smashing success! 

Over 300 guests gathered at the Tralf this year to honor the WNY’s greatest advertising agency employees, print vendors, interactive experts, media reps, PR people, in-house marketing teams, photographers, visual studies and communications students. Between the delicious food,…

Young Money: Social Media Club Buffalo welcomes - INTERVIEW

blog by Caitlin Campbell McNulty  •   •  

Today, the Young Money blog series returns to crafting profiles of organizations that young professionals in Western New York can get involved in by examining Social Media Club Buffalo.

I had a chance to chat with recently elected president Christina Singh about the club, how to get involved and of course their signature event, Social Media Day.

Not long after moving to…

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