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Sometimes we all need a little help keeping our New Year’s resolutions. Whether you’ve vowed to exercise more, spend quality time with family or forge a deeper connection with yourself, these events make it easier to stay fit, focused and on track. Jan. 9 and 23: Healthy Options cooking classes D’Avolio Olive Oils & Vinegars Kitchen, 5409 Main St., Williamsville; Sun…

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Every year, the holidays go by way too fast — and we often get far too little out of them. From the whirlwind of cookie-cutter parties to the family gathering that goes south before the first snap of the game, it can get old. So why not try something new? Buck tradition this year and consider incorporating some new ideas into your celebrations. You just may find they br…

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As our gift to you, we’ve rounded up ten fun and festive ideas that are sure to put you in the spirit, and may just take some of the stress out of the holidays. From small business shopping to a colossal cookie exchange, try these events on for size. Nov. 24: Elmwood Village Black Friday with Boutiques Various shops in Elmwood Village The busiest shopping day of t…

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As with most things in life, "What’s good for the goose is good for the gander." After years of being barred entry to the man cave – that mysterious lair for sports watching, video game playing and general tinkering — the ladies have responded with their own private sanctuaries. The escapes for those of the female persuasion are typically well-appointed and sunlight-lad…

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As with most things in life, "What’s good for the goose is good for the gander." After years of being barred entry to the man cave – that mysterious lair for sports watching, video game playing and general tinkering – the ladies have responded with their own private sanctuaries. The escapes for those of the female persuasion are typically well-appointed and sunlight-lad…

It’s always hard to say goodbye, but these events will help you send summer off with a bang. From harvest festivals and equinox celebrations to fashion shows and artist demonstrations, there’s plenty to look forward to this fall in Western New York. Sept. 15: Riedel Wine & Beer Tasting Experience Buffalo Niagara Convention Center, 153 Franklin St., Buffalo Join …

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One of less than a dozen properties nestled along the 55-acre Herrick Drive development on the Elma/East Aurora line, this idyllic and welcoming home enjoys a bird’s eye view of the pond below and is surrounded by myriad trails running through virgin forest. Owner Peter Glauber, who shares the home with his wife Diane and daughter Corinne, made the move from Clarence in…

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It seemed like it would never get here, but summer is finally in full swing. From old favorites like the Erie County Fair to a new BPO show at the Richardson Olmsted Complex, these events will help you make the most of the rest of the season. July 13-16: Galbani Buffalo Italian Heritage Festival Outer Harbor, 225 Fuhrmann Blvd., Buffalo After 29 years on Hertel Av…

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Shoppers caught up in buying “fast fashion” — trends on the cheap — may not realize there can be high ethical, social and environmental costs. And while a growing number of national and global clothing designers are making ethical practices a priority — companies like Patagonia and Alternative Apparel — what if you also care about shopping local? Luckily, WNY is home…

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As a young boy at summer camp in Haliburton, Ontario, Neil Garfinkel formed friendships with several boys from Mexico — and also a habit for putting hot sauce on virtually everything, as he had seen them do. “That’s what got me started,” said Garfinkel, owner of Sgt. Peppers Hot Sauces, Etc., who named the Lewiston specialty foods emporium after the first album he ever …

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Chances are you didn’t make it outside much during the relentlessly wet and unseasonably cool Western New York spring. Now’s your chance to make up for it. Here are some events to get you out the door and in a summer state of mind. June 16: BBQ and Blues Bash Illinois St., Buffalo (next to Key Bank Center) Grab a lawn chair and head down to the historic Cobblestone …

From the debut of a pierogi festival to a nearly 20-year-old historic homes tour, there’s plenty to eat, experience and explore in WNY. Satiate your appetite for fun with these enticing events, and support some worthy causes while you’re at it. May 10: Women Who Move the City Hotel Lafayette, 391 Washington St., Buffalo It takes a village. Celebrate the amazing wome…

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Niagara Street is quickly becoming Buffalo’s newest “it” neighborhood, resulting in a major uptick in upscale apartments. In addition to a flurry of business activity, including Resurgence Brewery, Ru’s Pierogi, Body of Trade and Commerce Gallery, and more recently Love in Motion yoga studio and Bootleg Bucha kombucha brewery, the area has attracted a slew of residentia…

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For 30 years, Dick O’Neill has been providing customers the kind of honest, gimmick-free automotive service that reminds people of the good old days. Employed at the South Park Avenue garage since he was 16, O’Neill took it over when the previous owner, Paul Wiles, became ill. “I just couldn’t bear not to come in anymore,” said O’Neill. As it turns out, there are qui…

Feel like you’ve let your social life hibernate over the past few months? There’s no better time to get out and enjoy the perks of living in Western New York. Get a taste of our impressive dining scene, celebrate the area’s craft beverage boom, uncover what’s on trend in the world of home design and more with these carefully curated events. March 20-26: Local Restaurant…