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Allen Burger Venture (175 Allen St.), Mike Shatzel’s new spot for ambitious burgers and a first-rate beer list, opened just before St. Patrick’s Day. This place is chock full of heavy metal, and that’s just the furniture. It was actually quiet enough to hear a pint drop when we visited for lunch, a refreshing change from the punishing soundtrack of other hip hotspot…

Neil Diamond performed in concert at the First Niagara Center, Tuesday, March 31, 2015.

Niagara Seafood is a Vietnamese-Thai seafood restaurant at 837 Niagara Street in Buffalo.

The Grand Island boys and girls lacrosse both won at home Tuesday, with the boys topping West Seneca West, 8-4, and the girls beating Williamsville South, 13-9.

Pita Gourmet at 6733 Transit Rd. in Lancaster offers authentic Greek and Mediterranean cuisine.

The Grand Island boys and girls lacrosse both won at home Tuesday, with the boys topping West Seneca West, 8-4, and the girls beating Williamsville South, 13-9.

Buffalo's first poutine-only restaurant opened at 242 Allen Street last week. Co-owners Jake Fraser (Beachside Poutine, in Sherkston) and Konstantine Kentros (The Barrel, in Fort Erie) are committed to recreating the Quebecois comfort food of french fries, housemade gravy and Yancey's Fancy cheese curds. The restaurant is working on its license to serve beer.

There are many places in the area that are either free or cost very little as highlighted in the Gusto cover story. Here are three of those places.

After a memorable performance in October 2014 in Mohawk Place, Nashville rock band Diarrhea Planet returned to a sold-out crowd in the same location Monday night. The six-piece has returned to its spring tour after a slew of gigs at South By Southwest.

In girls high school lacrosse, Section VI power Hamburg defeated Williamsville East, 14-6, at chilly Howe Field at Hamburg High.

After a memorable performance in October 2014 in Mohawk Place, Nashville rock band Diarrhea Planet returned to a sold-out crowd in the same location Monday night. The six-piece has returned to its spring tour after a slew of gigs at South By Southwest.

Indie music site BuffaBLOG celebrated its fifth year of existence with a six-band bill at Nietzsche's. Dozens of supporters ventured to Allentown and enjoyed a sound selection of local music.

Beginning and ending in Kenmore's Mang Park, the Mustache March 5K united runners with lip sweaters of all kinds -- real and fake -- to raise money for the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition, the Wellness Institute in Roswell Park, and more.

Park defeated New York City's PSAL champion Maspeth to win the overall state championship in Class B at the New York State Federation Tournament of Champions.