Category: Alive News

Photo: That time the Central Terminal was used to sell appliances

The internet and social media are amazing. Both have opened the door to a lot of sharing of great photos

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Pancake Breakfast and Basket Raffle to Benefit Troop 107 at Saint John Kanty Sunday

Troop 107 presents their 3rd annual all you can eat Pancake Breakfast with Basket Raffle at Saint John Kanty Church

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Children’s Carnival at Broadway Market to Benefit 58th Variety Club Telethon

The Friends of the Broadway Market District is hosting Children’s Carnival to benefit the 58th Variety Club Telethon on Saturday,

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Peter Jablonski to give presentation on Buffalo’s Brewing History at Mickies on Feb. 29th

Peter Jablonski will give a presentation on Buffalo’s Brewing Industry featuring a history of breweries in the city including East

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This Sunday is Second Sunday, Come to Church in East Buffalo

Want an easy way to help out a church in the neighborhood? What you need to do is get in

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A delicious tradition at St. Stan’s, their pierogi for profit sale

Saint Stan’s is looking for volunteers and people to buy pierogi to support the church’s annual “Pierogi for Profit” sale.

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City wants public input for the future of Buffalo’s Broadway Market

If you’re a Buffalo resident, here’s your opportunity to give input on what should happen to revive the Broadway Market

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The Broadway Market sets Pączki Day 2020 hours

There is no better place in Buffalo to get pączki than at the Broadway Market. Two different vendors selling with

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Junior League of Buffalo accepting scholarship applications for female high school seniors

The Junior League of Buffalo will award two $2000 scholarships to graduating female high school seniors who are outstanding Leaders

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Photo: That time Lana Turner was at the Buffalo Central Terminal

We’ve mentioned this before, but BFA friend, Bill Blake, finds some cool and obscure photos of the neighborhood and its

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