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Fifteen local artisans gathered in the Mess Hall in Lackawanna (717 Ridge Road) for a night of holiday shopping. A special Spanish dinner night - featuring pastelillos, rice and beans, and fried proteins - satisfied eaters.
After updating their Amherst home of four years inside and out, Jim and Kate Shotwell couldn't be happier.
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Local holiday shopping was in full force at the Knox Farm Estate on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, where vendors from all over the area showcased their wares in advance of the gift-giving season.
Legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan paid another visit to Buffalo, this time on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, in Shea's Performing Arts Center. Who relished the opportunity to catch one of music's all-time greats?
Tonawanda Castle opened up its gates to local vendors of all kinds as the holiday shopping season hits full swing. See who took advantage (and who went hard after Paula's Donuts) on Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017.
Pop legends the Beach Boys played a matinee show at the historic Riviera Theatre in North Tonawanda on Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017. See who craved some pop classics.
The Chargers defeated the Bills in a lopsided game that saw Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman throw five first-half interceptions.
BUILD Academy, a school on Buffalo's East Side that opened in 1969, was once the pride of the African-American community and a symbol in its fight for quality education. But in October, BUILD was one of only two schools in the state ordered to be taken over by a receiver next year in an effort to turn things around, after years of poor academic performance.
The Week in Pictures highlights photographs taken by Buffalo News photographers, providing you a visual recap of the week of Nov. 13-19, 2017.
Cavernous Buffalo RiverWorks housed the Buffalo Saturday Artisan Market's holiday event on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017, where curious shoppers explored locally crafted goods.