Tag: AM-POL Eagle

You know you’re in Buffalo when you have two Dyngus Day Guides, here they are!

How huge is Dyngus Day in Buffalo? It’s huge enough that both the Dyngus Day Buffalo and the Am-Pol Eagle

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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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Am-Pol Eagle: A lot has changed over the years, but they still pump gas at 1225 Broadway

(by Gregory Witul) After an East-Buffalonian drove his or her car off the lot at Lipowicz Motor Co. on Fillmore

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Am-Pol Eagle: 166 Stanislaus – a hub of activity on a busy street that had it all

(by Gregory Witul) While Broadway and Fillmore are the backbones of the Broadway-Fillmore Historic District, there is a tiny sliver

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AM-POL Eagle: Rykaczewski’s bottling works battled theft, the Great Depression and fire

(by Gregory Witul, Babcia’s Closet ) If Polonia had only one uniting symbol it would be the white eagle. The

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AM-POL Eagle: Location helped Liberty Florist bloom

(by Gregory Witul, Babcia’s Closet) Summertime is wedding season and that means buying dresses, renting suits, figuring out seating charts, debating

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St. Adalbert Basilica to host Am-Pol Eagle Citizens of the Year Awards at Feast Day Mass

The Feast of St. Adalbert will celebrated with a Mass on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 5:30 PM at St.

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AM-POL Eagle: The Broadway Market, Still surviving after all these years

(by Thomas Tarapacki) It’s that time of year again – thousands of shoppers are coming into Buffalo’s East Side and

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Babcia’s Closet: Markiewicz was one of many females running local gin mills

(by Gregory Witul) When people think of East Side gin mills in Buffalo, most people think of them as the men’s

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AM-POL Eagle: Babcia’s Closet, Casimir Pulaski Post served many purposes for many veterans

(by Gregory Witul) I was recently informed that I have been using coasters “backwards” my entire life. This according to

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