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Big Tent Revival: Photography Pop Up – On the Grounds of Transfiguration Church

Big Tent Revival: Photography Pop Up is a one-night only event to be held on the grounds of the Church

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Mayor Brown Announces Completion of The Broadway Market Free Public WIFI Installation

Buffalo’s free public WiFi network continues to expand, with newly installed hotspot access points at the historic Broadway Market. Mayor

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“Route 62: Photography Pop Up” at Macky’s Shamrock Room on Friday, April 5th

Route 62: Photography Pop Up is a one-night only event to be held at Macky’s Shamrock Room, 1634 Bailey Avenue,

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Slow Roll Buffalo’s 2019 Schedule Release Party at the Broadway Market on April 8th

Join GObike Buffalo, Slow Roll Squad, and their presenting partner Independent Health in celebrating the release of Slow Roll Buffalo’s

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Am-Pol Eagle: Wojda’s pickle empire started in a back room barrel

(By Gregory Witul – Babcia’s Closet) We are now well into Lent and while I love getting a fish fry

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Torn Space Theater invites you to “Screened Visions” on Thursday, March 7th

From Torn Space Theater’s Facebook event page: Torn Space opens its new studio space to the public for the first

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The Killing of a Chinese Bookie opens at Torn Space Theater on Feb. 15th

“As the title suggests, Bookie takes place in the gritty city underbelly where gambling and a burlesque club occupy the mind and

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Birthday Celebration for Nicolaus Copernicus (Mikolaj Kopernik) at Burchfield Penney

Burchfield Penney to celebrate revolutionary Polish Renaissance-era mathematician and astronomer. Local scholars to discuss De revolutionibus (1543), a one-of-a-kind, first

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Am-Pol Eagle: The Schupper House had its devotees in its day

By Gregory Witul – Over the last few years there has been a revolution in the brewing industry. Craft and

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Video: Central Terminal is going green thanks to solar panels

Buffalo, N.Y. (WKBW) – A six year project in the making came to fruition Monday at Buffalo Central Terminal. “We’re

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