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People go to concerts for inspiration, for fun, for intellectual release. Sometimes those reasons show up at the same time in the same venue and then the lucky folks in attendance have reason to celebrate. It was that way at the Buffalo Chamber Mu…

People go to concerts for inspiration, for fun, for intellectual release. Sometimes those reasons show up at the same time in the same venue and then the lucky folks in attendance have reason to celebrate. It was that way at the Buffalo Chamber Mu…

Irish literary giant coming to Babel Wed, Mar 22, 2017

Like wine, 86-year-old Irish author Edna O'Brien seems to get better with age. O'Brien's latest novel, "The Little Red Chairs," is "her masterpiece," according to Philip Roth, one of the most celebrated American authors and two years her junior, w…

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The Crucible offers 9-course pop-up dinner April 3 Wed, Mar 22, 2017

Three young Buffalo culinarians will offer the fourth edition of their pop-up dinner series on April 3. Manuel Ocasio cooks at The Black Sheep, and David Roque cooks at Marble + Rye. They have been collaborating with Frederick Polone, a sommelier-…

Escher Quartet, Jason Vieaux perform rewarding musical journey Wed, Mar 22, 2017

People go to concerts for inspiration, for fun, for intellectual release. Sometimes those reasons show up at the same time in the same venue and then the lucky folks in attendance have reason to celebrate. It was that way at the Buffalo Chamber Mu…

Oscar nominee 'My Life as a Zucchini' tells a sweet, sad story Thu, Mar 16, 2017

The most egregious mistake of Oscar night was not the incorrect-envelope Best Picture catastrophe -- although that was pretty bad. Happily, the deserving film (“Moonlight”) won in that instance. No, the biggest disappointment of Oscar night wa…

New Phoenix's 'Correspondent' probes guilt, grief and the great beyond Wed, Mar 22, 2017

We're all used to receiving strange emails from dubious sources that sneak through our spam filters: Nigerian princes looking to unload their fortunes, solicitations for illicit services, purveyors of discount pharmaceuticals. But dead people? …