By Lonnie Barlow, Organizer, PUSH Buffalo
As we reach a climax in our society at which sustainability or going green becomes more about survival and less a fad, a few things become clear – if we don’t get control over critically needed resources like water, food, shelter, and energy, we’re setting ourselves and future generations up for a disaster. Read more
Seneca Street, in the heart of Larkinville, has recently been boosted by two new and bustling businesses near the neighborhood’s main destination of Larkin Square. In the spirit of collaboration, these new neighbors will present the inaugural Larkinville Ice Festival, with free family-friendly fun in Larkin Square and at both the new Hydraulic Hearth Restaurant & Brewery and Flying Bison Brewing Company. Read more
Building on the well-received return back in December of our Friendraiser, an informal mixer that unites Good Neighbors with common causes, the gathering will return to The Filling Station in Larkin Square on Wednesday, January 28th, at 5:30pm. In the name of networking, all are welcome to bring flyers, brochures, signup lists, eager minds and idle hands – everyone will be introduced. Read more
Assuming the spirit of the late, great Johnny Cash is no small task – but for the fourth year in a row at Buffalo’s venerable music club Nietzsche’s, five acts will do so in honor of The Man in Black’s upcoming birthday.
Among the stalwarts of Buffalo’s music scene performing are both annual favorites and newcomers – The CPX, Ten Cent Howl, Stoneflower, David Michael Miller of Dive House Union, and Jim Candytree & Megan Brown of Whiskey Reverb, all of whom are sharing their song selections to ensure there will be no repeats. Read more
By Tracy Diina
By Tracy Diina
Literacy New York Buffalo-Niagara (LNYBN) will kick off Scrabble®Fest 2015 with a special event on Wednesday, January 14th, 2015 from 5pm to 7pm at The Filling Station at Larkin Square, 745 Seneca Street, Buffalo. Read more
By Kerry Alsheimer, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Erie County (BBBSEC)
RIP Lance Diamond, heavy hearts across Buffalo. He told me he was 81.
The final show we worked together offered many profound, defining moments; Read more