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Transfiguration Parish Alumni Group will host a genealogical workshop at Central Library on Saturday, 10/26

The Transfiguration Parish Alumni group will host a genealogical workshop for former members of the Buffalo parish, and alumni of

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Saint John Kanty Church seeking developer for its former school building

Saint John Kanty Roman Catholic Church released an RFP (Request for Proposal) today for the purchase and redevelopment of its

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Photos: The Polish Saturday School Celebrates Coming Back to Saint Stan’s

Monsignor Peter Adamski Polish Saturday School in Buffalo is proud to announce that after eleven years, it is returning home

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The Sunset Concert Series at the Central Terminal Continues on August 14th

M&T Bank and Three 2 Go Music Alliance present the Sunset Concert series at Buffalo’s landmark Central Terminal. Coming Wednesday,

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On Tuesday, Kids Will Help Design New Playground Coming to MLK Jr. Park

The Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, the BlueCross BlueShield Blue Fund and the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation are joining forces

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Concordia Cemetery to Celebrate its 160th Anniversary

To celebrate its 160th anniversary, Historic Concordia Cemetery, 438 Walden Avenue at Sycamore Street, Buffalo, will host presentations focusing on

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The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra’s East Side Festival @ the Central Terminal

Clear your schedule for THE event of the summer season! It’s been 90 years since the first train left Buffalo’s

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Central Terminal 90th Anniversary Dinner Dance on June 22nd

This Art Deco masterpiece was built to handle over 200 trains and 10,000 passengers daily, as well as 1,500 New

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Caregiver Workshop at the Matt Urban Center on Thursday, April 25th

Do you take care for a loved one who is sick, elderly, or disabled? Join us for a Caregiver Workshop

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Make Dyngus Day better by helping keep the neighborhood clean during and after events that day

By Kelly Carroll – The East Side, shunned and abandoned by the previous generation, is on the rise. The Dyngus

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