Category: Alive News

‘Big Little Lies’ big on the Central Terminal and Flying Bison Beer

It pays to have people think of you when the see something related to Broadway-Fillmore or the Central Terminal. I

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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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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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Corpus Christi Procession – Procesja Bożego Ciała – June23rd on the Streets of Historic Polonia

This year’s multi-parish Corpus Christi procession between two historic Polonia churches is on Sunday, June 23, 2019. The half-mile procession

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Help clean-up traffic circle on Memorial Dr. and Paderewski Dr. on June 13th

The traffic circle on Memorial Dr. in front of the Central Terminal is going to get some springtime TLC on

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American Buffalo T-Shirts for Sale

As you know, Broadway Fillmore Alive sells Buffalo themed t-shirts periodically. This time around we are selling a patriotic tell

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Show some Buffalove to the Pauline Fathers and their commitment to the neighborhood on Sunday

In 2003, Corpus Christi Church nearly closed. From Corpus Christi’s website: In June 2003, it was announced that the Franciscan

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Sunset Concert Series at the Central Terminal begins on June 12th

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

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Ascension Thursday Masses in the Neighborhood

Saint John Kanty 9:00am Corpus Christi Church 11:30am Saint Stan’s 12:00pm 7:00pm – MASS OF REPARATION AND HEALING: South East

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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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