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Buffalo Magazine: Feature

Nick Bond’s "Quinn Time" starts every morning at 7:00. He walks into his son’s bedroom and lifts him out of his crib, and after a quick diaper change, they lie in bed and watch an episode of The Lion Guard, Quinn’s favorite TV show. Then it’s playtime while Nick feeds him breakfast. Their hour and a half of uninterrupted one-on-one time is baked into Quinn’s daily routi…

Buffalo Magazine: Home

From a modest second-story converted pigeon coop in Wyoming County, far from the recognized centers of architectural discourse, a Western New York firm is drawing widespread praise for its progressive work designing rural dwellings, and for its environmentally conscious design of a research facility on the edge of the rainforest in Madagascar. The firm has also taken on…

Buffalo Magazine: Style

Matt Bindig asked his wife for 10 days of summer vacation. Ten days that he could have on his own, uninterrupted, to work on piecing together the narrative of what would become his first novel. Seven years later, “Nothing Here Is Real” was released. Bindig had been wrestling with the idea of writing the book since the early 2000s, and had stacks of notes and plot points…

Buffalo Magazine: Feature

Shea’s Performing Arts Center is no stranger to history. In its nine decades of hosting performances, the ornate Main Street landmark has welcomed show business legends such as the Marx Brothers and Frank Sinatra to its stage, while millions of patrons have filled its seats. It will take the spotlight again this fall, when Finding Neverland kicks off its first national …

Buffalo Magazine: BufFYI

Jeff Musial is reminded of his notoriety in the most unusual places, like a Waffle House in Indiana, the Norway pavilion at Epcot Center, even a Piggy Wiggly in Myrtle Beach. Wandering down an aisle of the supermarket searching for Pop Tarts for his daughter, Musial looked up to see a mom pushing her young child in a shopping cart. The woman flashed him a grin, and with…