Category: B-F People

Buffalo News: Two Western New York cooks take their Polish family recipes to the masses

“Everyday Polish Cooking With Irenka and Agnieszka” made its public debut on YouTube just before Christmas

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Returning the Favor for Michele Johnson

Michele Johnson helped found Broadway Fillmore Alive in 2006. She’s been a strong community activist in the neighborhood and the

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Alive Photo: I just want you to know who I am

Spectrum News posted a story on November 29th, 2020 about the new mural in the neighborhood at Broadway and Gibson

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Video: Upgrades to Buildings in East Buffalo’s Broadway-Fillmore Neighborhood

Fillmore District Council Member Mitch Nowakowski outlines some of the upgrades to that buildings in the Broadway Fillmore neighborhood will

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Buffalo Bangladesh Youth Association collecting food and clothing for those in need

This Sunday, the Buffalo Bangladesh Youth Association (BBYA) is collecting gently used, warm, winter clothes for those in need in

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Fillmore District Council Member Mitch Nowakowski is looking to hire a paid intern

Fillmore District Council Member Mitch Nowakowski is looking to hire a paid intern. The following was posted on Nowakowski’s Facebook

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Buffalo’s Troop 107 honors its newest Eagle Scout

Troop 107, based out of Saint John Kanty Church in East Buffalo, honored its latest Eagle Scout Matthew Leszczynski at

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Andy Gołębiowski will be hosting new Polish American radio program on WEBR

A new radio show called The Polish American Program, will debut on WEBR 1440 AM and online worldwide at WEBR1440.com,

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Help Water the Wilson Street Urban Farm

This is something I missed when the Covid-19 crisis started taking hold in the United States. There is a fundraising

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A different way to visit Seven Churches this year

As places around Buffalo and Western New York started to close last month because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it didn’t

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