Tag: Buffalo News

Buffalo News Photo of the East Side from 11/01/2019

Sometimes a photo I come across of the neighborhood blows me away. This one did. “A fog settles over the

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Letter to the Buffalo News: Make an effort to save lovely St. Ann Church

I don’t know Sandi Russo, but I do know she was spot on in her thinking when she sent this letter

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Video: Those Idiots at Pussy Willow Park – Dyngus Day

Those Idiots are synonymous with Dyngus Day in Buffalo. Their brand of hybrid-polka has been a hit for a long

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The Soul of Buffalo and The Broadway Market

Colin Dabkowski wrote a cool column called Don’t turn the ‘New Buffalo’ into the old suburb in the Buffalo News today. Click

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BN CHRONICLES – Oct. 22, 1974: Central Terminal lacks prospective buyers

(By Steve Cichon – Buffalo New) For about a decade, Penn Central Railroad had been trying to sell the landmark Central

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Buffalo News: The story of St. Ann’s Church is the story of Buffalo

(By Joan Wickett) She stands almost in defiance, her shell showing the signs of battle against weather, age and neglect.

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Buffalo News: Trying to determine the best pierogi is more difficult – and even more delicious – than it sounds

(By Samantha Christmann | News Staff Reporter) Reporters get to experience all kinds of awe-inspiring events. Meeting the president? Yawn.

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WKBW Video & Buffalo News Story on Saint Ann’s

Here is WKBW story that ran yesterday. Here is link to Buffalo News story that was published on Sunday. Click

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Buffalo News – Take it from the Vatican: Saving St. Ann’s is a collective responsibility

(By Colin Dabkowski – Buffalo News)  There are times when it pays to take a step back, take a breath

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A conversation with baker extraordinaire Melanie Krygier-Lamastra – The Buffalo News

(By Jane Kwiatkowski | News Staff Reporter) Melanie Krygier-Lamastra makes her mark in the thousands of cakes she has baked and decorated since

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