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Buffalo Magazine: Wellness

Rick Hamister had heard all the talk about yoga being only for women. But he’d seen his son’s soccer team incorporate it into their post-game routine, so he knew there were some benefits. On the advice of his good friend, Steve Bell, Hamister made the leap into practicing yoga two years ago. He hasn’t looked back. “I always thought yoga was a woman’s slow moving stretch…

Buffalo Magazine: Wellness

Long after many of us have turned in for the evening, their night is just beginning. These men are also weekend warriors, rising early on a Saturday morning just to play the game they grew up loving as a child. From Riverworks to Lockport and everywhere in between, the hockey rinks of Western New York are full of grown men who continue to be intoxicated by the game of hock…

Buffalo Magazine: Home

You’ve probably never been to "Duke’s Pub" in Blasdell. It’s likely you’ve driven right by without knowing what you’re missing. That’s because Duke’s is a man cave, the brainchild of Joe Best. It’s been two years since the 48-year-old Best turned his garage into a full bar complete with a big screen TV, walls covered with Buffalo sports memorabilia and three suite se…

Buffalo Magazine: Style

There’s something for everyone in the Elmwood Village, including a pair of unique stores that have added another level of style to the hippest part of Buffalo. A torch is passed Call it fate, or simply a matter of perfect timing, but it sure appears that Kilby Bronstein was destined to become an owner of Half & Half Clothing. A staple of the Elmwood Village for mo…

Buffalo Magazine: Feature

Chances are you played a sport while growing up. Not just one sport — all of them. As the seasons changed, so did the games. You didn’t always need a referee, and home-field advantage was just a fancy way of referring to your backyard. Those days are gone, replaced in large part by one-sport athletes on travel teams that play and practice year-round. The result, accord…

Buffalo Magazine: Home

It’s mere hours into your long-awaited vacation, and the pangs of doubt are creeping in. Is the back door locked? Did you turn on the security system? Your day at the beach is suddenly a worryfest. If you’re inclined toward homeowner anxiety disorder, smart home technology may be the answer. By combining everything from security to lighting to home entertainment, users …