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Submissions can be emailed to outdoors@buffnews.com and should include name, hometown and particulars of the catch. Photos will appear in the weekly online gallery and one will be selected as Catch of the Week and be published on the Thursday Outdoors page.

Western New York is a beautiful place – and each day, Buffalo News photographers will bring you a photo to prove it. Our challenge is to look at things differently, to remind us all to slow down and enjoy our surroundings. Check back each morning to see our favorite image for the day. View the images in full screen for the most impact. – Cathaleen Curtiss, director of…

The 2017 solar eclipse is the first coast-to-coast total eclipse in 99 years and the first in the continental United States since 1979. Submit your photos of the eclipse by emailing them to Qina Liu at qliu@buffnews.com. Please include where and when you took the photos.

Ciminelli Real Estate Corp. and its partners are about two-thirds done with a $19 million project to convert the former Mentholatum Co. headquarters and manufacturing building on Niagara Street into 49 market-rate apartments.

World's Largest Demolition Derby holds its first round of competition on Sunday afternoon at the Erie County Fair, Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017. With the afternoon and evening events, over 100 cars are competing. It's the 55th annual competition run by JM Productions.

So, now what? The Buffalo Bills might very well find themselves asking that question after wide receiver Anquan Bolding shocked the team by announcing his retirement Sunday. Signed just two weeks ago, the 36-year-old Boldin was being counted on to provide a trusted option in the slot for quarterback Tyrod Taylor as well as a veteran mentor in the locker room. Without him, …

The Bills signed Anquan Boldin on Aug. 7, 2017. A report indicated Boldin is leaving the Bills on Aug. 20, 2017. Here is a look back through the veteran wide receiver's career.

Drea D'Nur and Eric Van Houten were two prominent performers in a jam-packed music and arts event at Buffalo RiverWorks on Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017. See who took in the inaugural Beau Fleuve, which is French for "beautiful river."

Canadian rock band the Arkells loves Buffalo, having sold out Town Ballroom on back-to-back nights last December. Max Kerman and Co. returned to the area for Part 3 of Edgefest, held in Artpark on Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017.

Canadian rock band the Arkells loves Buffalo, having sold out Town Ballroom on back-to-back nights last December. Max Kerman and co. returned to the area for Part 3 of Edgefest, held in Artpark on Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017. Atlas Genius also played.

Alpine Made farm held a yogis-meet-goats event, "Downward Goat," on Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017. Over 200 people did yoga during two classes held at noon and at 3 p.m. on a rolling lawn as spirited goats meandered about.

Hopping on the goat yoga trend, South Wales business and farm Alpine Made hosted two sessions of goat yoga on Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017. Baby goats, known as kids, roamed about as yogis stretched and relaxed. Prepare for cuteness overload.