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To all the teens in the front of the line, he was the leader. The man. The father of the year. John Wach, 47, sat in his folding chair under a tree in Canalside on Tuesday, where he had been since 8 a.m. Monday in hopes of landing in the front row of the Twenty One Pilots concert that evening. The Cheektowaga resident was “dead set on being the first in line.” Cana…

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If you were of a certain age during a certain recent era, then you remember the importance of going to the mall. It was everything. The stores you walked into cemented your class, the people you walked with cemented your status, and the things you purchased cemented your value. The mall was everything, or nothing; it was something. Memories of these teenage investments fl…

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When soprano Renee Fleming sings, it’s perfection. When she speaks, it is with the easy charm of the gal next door. Which is after all what she is, in addition to being one of the world’s great divas. She hails from Rochester, just down the 90. Because of her down-to-earth humor, there was a touch of sweet informality to Saturday’s Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra se…

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NORTH TONAWANDA – Picturesque Gratwick Park – Niagara River along one side of it, bustling train tracks on the other and a whole lot of wide open green space down the middle – was the perfect, mildly breezy summertime venue for the Niagara River Rocks Concert show Sunday night. Headliners The Fray and dual opening acts Barcelona and Oh Honey formed the lineup of this…