Category: B-F Preservation

Request for proposals sought to help transform the Broadway Market

Empire State Development (ESD) has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for the Broadway Market. The RFP is a result

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Monthly Historical Tour of Central Terminal on Sunday, August 11th

Take a trip through time to learn all the old stories and history and go behind-the-scenes at the Central Terminal

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Photos: Buffalo Obscura pop up photography show at Transfiguration Church

Last night, Sarah Sutcliff and I attended the Big Tent Revival: Photography Pop Up by Buffalo Obscura at Transfiguration Church in

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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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Central Terminal Car Show on Saturday, June 29th

Classic cars and a classic building make for one great event. The Buffalo Central Terminal is holding its annual car

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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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Sattler Broadway Theater is beginning its restoration

Buffalo theater restoration has been on a roll and, at long last, the Sattler Broadway Theater is beginning its restoration.

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One Night and Seven Churches Pilgrimage – Holy Thursday 2019

For the thirteenth year in a row on Holy Thursday, Broadway Fillmore Alive has put together a self-guided pilgrimage to

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Volunteer at the Central Terminal’s annual spring cleanup

Calling all volunteers! Come and help prepare the Terminal for yet another busy season on Saturday, April 27, 2019 from

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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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