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Young Money Mailbag: Break the entrepreneurial ice

blog by Caitlin Campbell McNulty  •   •  

It’s been quite a while since I’ve dipped into the ‘ole Young Money mailbag, so I thought I’d answer a few reader questions this week.

I’ve received a lot of comments lately through social media (@CKCam4 on Twitter) about issues I have written blogs on before so I thought I’d re-link to some previously commented-on dilemmas along with answering new reader questions…

Give hope to children with DMD at A Night to Shine

blog by Morgan Culhane  •   •  

Photo Courtesy of Suneel's Light Foundation's website

Help give hope to children with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) by attending A Night to Shine, the Suneel’s Light Foundation’s charity gala, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Thursday at Hotel at the Lafayette, 391 Washington St., Buffalo.

This gala is the foundation’s annual fundraiser; funds raised at this event will be donated to research for a cure for DMD and to raise awareness about…

Report: Western New York Flash teammates get hitched in Hawaii

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

The Western New York Flash continue to buck the trend on traditional team relationships.

According to a TMZ report, U.S. soccer megastar Abby Wambach and Flash teammate Sarah Huffman were married on the Hawaiian island of Kauai this past weekend, surrounded and supported by a number of Wambach’s Olympic Gold Medal-winning teammates.

Previously, the Flash were recognized for…

Young Money: Bye-bye, comfort zone

blog by Caitlin Campbell McNulty  •   •  

Change is hard. Change can be good. Sometimes things change when you least expect it. And, sometimes change is exactly what you need in your life.

Don’t worry, I’m not talking about White House politics—I’m talking about life. Specifically, mine.

I recently took the plunge and left my position at the Amherst Chamber of Commerce and made a – you guessed it – change. I…

HARBORcenter: Behind the scenes look at Buffalo’s coolest project

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  •   •  

Cranes, construction and progress have filled downtown Buffalo this past summer.

One of the city’s most exciting projects is HARBORcenter, the $172.2 million project headed by John R. Koelmel (HARBORcenter president), Cliff Benson (chief development officer for the Buffalo Sabres) and of course Sabres owner Terry Pegula.

Plans for HABRBORcenter are one-fourth of the way…

Ciminelli Cares, raising money for breast cancer

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  •   •  

Photo courtesy of Flickr.

Kick off October by joining Buffalo.com in supporting Ciminelli Cares.

According to program organizers, “With the Ciminelli Cares campaign, Ciminelli Real Estate Corp. will donate $1 to the Breast Cancer Network of WNY for every name added to the WNY Breast Cancer Honor Roll on the Ciminelli Facebook page during October. The Honor Roll is a place to honor people who’ve been…

Canisius alumna’s engagement reaches New York Daily News

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Canisius College graduate Kayla Boorady showed up to Christian Ricciardi’s promotion at the New York Police Department headquarters on Monday, ready to celebrate her boyfriend’s move from police officer to detective third-grade, the New York Daily News reports.

On a day that was supposed to be about ‘him,’ the ensuing surprise made the celebration more about ‘them.’

According to…

Don’t fear: Wegmans remains pro-Bills amid controversy

blog by Ben Tsujimoto  •   •  

Perusing Twitter on Sunday morning before the Bills vs. Ravens game, we marveled at a series of Twitter photos of a plane flying over Ralph Wilson Stadium with a trailing flag that read “Wegmans wants Buffalo to lose.”

The header photo of this post comes from the Tumblr account of Buffalo Sweats, who also tweeted out the image from @BuffaloSweats.

We were obviously perplexed by…

100,000 Poets and Artists for Change at Silo City

blog by Kathryn Przybyla  •   •  

Photo courtesy of Facebook.

This weekend, over 125 poets will join together for a unique event hosted at Silo City to promote social, environmental and political change.

100,000 Poets and Artists for Change will take place from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday (Sept. 28) at Silo City—92 Childs St., Buffalo.

The all day event will include video art curated by Squeaky Wheel, live music in between readings,…

Buffalo Niagara 360 to kick off sixth year tonight

blog by Morgan Culhane  •   •  

Buffalo Niagara 360 will kick off its sixth year with an event at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at Shea’s Performing Arts Center, 646 Main St., Buffalo.

BN 360 is the region’s premier young professionals program that focuses on leadership, networking and community engagement. A critical branch of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership, its mission is to help young professionals collaborate with…

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