Latest BFA Posts

Tune into Polkas at the Broadway Market Website…

If you should happen to be in a Polka state of mind, the Broadway Market has Polka music running on its website.  Look at it this way, you can start warming up for Dyngus Day.


Broadway-Fillmore press release sent out today Click to view press release

A new day is dawning on the East Side

Today I was checking on some houses in the district and I stopped by to see my friend Miss Cora. She has lived on Rother for about 10 years and loves her street.I asked her if she could live anywhere…
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Arrival: 2006 Destination: Buffalo Central Terminal

Thousands of people will once again fill the grand main concourse this upcoming season, and Buffalo’s favorite all-volunteer preservation project busily prepares for this exciting line-up of events:

Clark Kent, Superman and the Goo Goo Dolls

This is something you may or may not know.  If you do, well this is old news.  If you don’t, this is news to you. Johnny Rzeznik of Goo Goo Dolls fame grew up in the Broadway-Fillmore area.  What you…
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The “Clothes Closet,” located on the second floor of the Kolbe Center, is now open Friday afternoons from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Visitors, volunteers and donations are welcome!  (896-1050 for more info)

Miracle on Lombard St

The Lombard St block club doesnt have the ordinary issues to contend with that most city block clubs do, They deal with much bigger issues than a noisy neighbor complaint or cars parked illegally, they deal with issues of poverty,…
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Inspired by the loathsome condition of the historic yet neglected Buffalo Central Terminal, Greg Wojda, a longtime cog in the local music scene, spearheaded a remarkable charity album in “Bring it Back to Life,” a compilation of 16 original bands…
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Broadway-Fillmore Alive

  I guess the word is out about BFA…  This site wasn’t supposed to be released to the general public for a few weeks.  But as the saying goes, things happen. Please COME BACK regularly and check BFA’s progress, not only in…
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Endangered Property – Old Sears Building

Photo by Karl Josker This attractively modern and simply designed building has unfortunately been vacant for more than 2 years. It was originally built as a Sears department store and was used as that until the late 1950’s. It last…
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Slowly but surely the website is coming together…  If by chance you found your way here, check back soon.  We should have everything up and running anyday now.