Author: Christopher Byrd

An Endangered Form of Architecture: Buffalo’s Polish Cottages

Buffalo has been called one of the finest architecture museums in North America. With masterpieces by Wright, Richardson and Sullivan

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Re-use of the Fronczak Library

The Fronczak Library at 1080 Broadway officially closed its doors on 12/26/2005.  This past weekend the library held a liquidation

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This Day in Broadway-Fillmore Alive History

1912 Chopin Singing Society won first place in Singers Alliance Competion. This will be a new feature of B-F Alive.

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Broadway is not dark tonight….

Just got back from my first East Side Good Neighbor Planning Alliance meeting.  More on that in a second.  But

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Sunday Morning: BF Alive Churches

After going to mass this morning at Corpus Christi, I drove around and took some outside video of St. Stan’s, St. Adalbert’s, Corpus

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Happy Birthday Bishop Grosz

Bishop Grosz pastor of St. Stan’s Parish is celebrating his 61st birthday today.  All of us here at Broadway-Fillmore Alive just wanted

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St Luke’s Mission of Mercy

OK…so St. Luke’s Mission of Mercy isn’t exactly in the Broadway-Fillmore area, but we are equal opportunity activists.  Translation, THEY

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Broadway-Fillmore Photos

This past weekend a group of Broadway-Fillmore Alive members had the opportunity to visit the former Sears/Department of Labor building. 

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St. Stanislaus School Open House

As part of our recruitment for new registrations in preparation for our next school year, St. Stanislaus School will conduct

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Michele Johnson Podcast Interview on WNYmedia.net

Michele “That East Side Gal” Johnson interview…  Michele talks about the East Side, Broadway-Fillmore Alive, Buffalo Housing Court Judge Nowak and

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