gallery by BuffaloDotCom • December 30, 2013 @ 10:39am •
Look, we absolutely adore Buffalo, but sometimes it’s necessary to get away and experience a different area.
When your local college basketball team roams to a historic destination like the University of Notre Dame, you drive the seven hours, jam five people inside a Honda Accord and never look back.
Sure, Canisius fell to Notre Dame, 87-81, in a gripping overtime affair, but…
blog by BuffaloDotCom • December 27, 2013 @ 11:28am •
Actor and comedian Hal Sparks began his professional career as a teenager in Chicago when he was named “Funniest Teenager in Chicago” by the Chicago Sun Times.
After a successful run with Second City, Sparks moved to Los Angeles and began performing at various comedy clubs.
From 1999 to 2000, Sparks was the host of the Emmy Award-winning “Talk Soup” on E! Entertainment…
Buffalo. For Real TV star Nelson Starr has highlighted many charming aspects of Buffalo: he’s explored the rejuvenated waterfront, chilled at Sportsmen’s Tavern, soaked in a Buffalo Bills tailgate and celebrated the craft-beer scene, among other activities since the “Buffalo. For Real” slogan—and accompanying video series—debuted in June 2011.
His most recent trip, however,…
The Buffalo News’ Tuesday paper will be late. Here’s the official message from The Buffalo News’ Jennifer Page earlier this morning:
There is extremely late delivery today. We have yet to complete the production run so the completion time is unknown. We will allow the entire day for the newspaper delivery to be completed.
Photo credit: Flickr.com creative commons user…
blog by BuffaloDotCom • October 14, 2013 @ 8:05am •
In a time where we’re all amateur photographers, combing through Instagram photos on a Monday following a Bills game is part nostalgic, part concerning and part headache-inducing.
Still, Bills fans are a dedicated breed, accustomed to sorrow and desperate for joy. The thrill of Thad Lewis’ game-tying touchdown pass to Marquise Goodwin—and the roar of the Ralph Wilson Stadium…
video by BuffaloDotCom • October 02, 2013 @ 8:12am •
Radials, water and parkways—three ingredients that put Buffalo in sterling shape to recover from mistakes committed over the last 50 years.
Filmmaker John Paget—formerly of Olympia, Wash., but a Buffalonian since 2005—worked with Larkin Square and Visit Buffalo Niagara to compile data, determine settings to shoot and create this short film highlighting more than just Buffalo’s…
D’Youville College is an independent, urban, coeducational institution located in Buffalo, New York, and chartered by New York State in 1908. We provide professional programs and liberal arts programs for more than 3,100 graduate and undergraduate students in day, evening, weekend and summer sessions.
D’Youville offers undergraduate, master’s, post graduate, doctoral…
blog by BuffaloDotCom • September 25, 2013 @ 10:24am •
Michael Bublé is undoubtedly a ladies’ man—and a man’s man, too, for that matter. Don’t let dudes tell you any differently. Those dudes are full of lies.
The audience at Bublé‘s Tuesday night concert at First Niagara attracted a wide range of admirers, from the expected Chico’s-wearing moms and 20-something single gals, to dads and bros of all ages. And it’s important to note…
blog by BuffaloDotCom • September 23, 2013 @ 10:44am •
Some of Canada’s best were honored and performed this past week at Canada’s Walk of Fame Festival, taking place at Massey Hall in Toronto.
This year will have marked the 151st inductee to the Walk of Fame, whose names are immortalized forever cemented into the sidewalks of Toronto’s Entertainment District.
Here is a little history on the festival:
Established in 1998 and now…
blog by BuffaloDotCom • August 02, 2013 @ 3:00pm •