Tag Archive: Buffalo

The Central Terminal is a Challenge and it’s Time Local Leaders Accepted the Challenge

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Yesterday, WGRZ did a story on the Central Terminal and the challenges it faces. When I saw the story, I have to admit, it made me angry because I didn’t think it captured what has gone on at the Terminal…
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Tomorrow is Today, at Market Bar

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This weekend I ventured outside of Kaisertown and attended the soft opening of The Market Bar located at 232 Gibson Ave- right across from the Broadway Market in the Broadway-Fillmore neighborhood on the East side. The bar is seated 2.83…
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Fire Prevention & Safety Open House at Engine 22 on Thursday

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The Buffalo Fire Department invites you to a Fire Prevention and Safety Open House at Engine 22, 1528 Broadway on Thursday, October 9th from 6-7:30pm. This is a great opportunity to meet your neighborhood firefighters and to get some tips on…
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First Saturday of the Month Rummage Sale at the Broadway Market

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This coming Saturday is the Broadway Market’s monthly rummage sale! Added bonus this month is the HOPE Center’s participation in the event. For the last few years, the HOPE Center has been staging a rummage sale at the Broadway Market in…
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Fire Takes 316 and 320 Paderewski Drive

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(click on images for full view) It is bad enough that the neighborhood has lost its share of housing/building stock over the last couple of decades due to neglect, but when you see fire consume a couple of good buildings,…
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Alive Photo: The Neighborhood from Seneca One Tower

Overall view of the Central Train Terminal, from the roof of Seneca One tower. (Harry Scull Jr. / Buffalo News file photo)

(click on image for full view) This image comes courtesy of the Buffalo News’ Harry Scull Jr.. I found it while reading a story about the Central Terminal online. You can read the article by clicking here–> Great shot!

Video: “Nocturne” at Former Chopin Singing Society Building

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Heading into the fall of 2013, I wanted to shoot a video of someone playing Chopin’s Nocturne in front of the former Chopin Singing Society building at 18-24 Kosciuszko Street. This place was once alive with music and dance. It is an…
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With the Opening of the Erie County Health Mall, 1500 Broadway Comes Back to Life

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1500 Broadway once was the home to the Dr. Matt Gajewski Health Services Center, which was closed in 2009 by Erie County. Four almost five years the building sat dormant. With an almost $3 million dollar investment by Erie County, the…
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Summer in the City Party to Benefit Matt Urban Center

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Come support the Matt Urban Center on Sunday June 8th 2014, 3-7 pm at Buffalo Iron Works (49 Illinois St. Buffalo, NY) featuring Hotel Bravo and Buffalo’s First Lip Sync contest! $20 general admission: free tap beer + food $40…
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Survive Two Failed Farms, Name Some Streets After Your Family

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(May 5, 2014 by Angela Keppel) Fay, May and St. Joseph Streets are three streets in the Emerson Neighborhood on the East Side of Buffalo. The three streets run between Walden Avenue and the New York Central Railroad tracks (with May…
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