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Dave & Adam's Card World will close its Town of Tonawanda location next month. The retailer's lease ended at 2217 Sheridan Drive and it will consolidate to its Clarence location near the Eastern Hills Mall. Its last day is set for Jan. 28. The store is currently running a going-out-of-business sale, which excludes trading cards. It sells sports memorabilia, Buffa…

Buffalo Magazine: Shopping

You’ve heard it your whole life: "It’s the thought that counts." That’s why a gift card or another boring tie just doesn’t cut it in the gift department. Of course, finding the perfect gift is easier said than done, so we’re here to help. From booze and food to jewelry and cool stuff for kids, we’ve got you covered. Even better, almost everything on our list is available l…

Buffalo Magazine: Home

There’s never been a better time to play tour guide to friends and family coming home for the holidays. Sure, they might think they know where they want to go — old favorites like Chef’s, Duff’s and Mighty Taco offer tastes not found outside of Buffalo. But there’s also plenty of "new Buffalo" to show them: cocktail bars, breweries, restaurants and neighborhoods. Here a…

Buffalo Magazine: Shopping

You’ve heard it your whole life: "It’s the thought that counts." That’s why a gift card or another boring tie just doesn’t cut it in the gift department. Of course, finding the perfect gift is easier said than done, so we’re here to help. From booze and food to jewelry and cool stuff for kids, we’ve got you covered. Even better, almost everything on our list is available l…

Buffalo Magazine: Shopping

You’ve heard it your whole life: "It’s the thought that counts." That’s why a gift card or another boring tie just doesn’t cut it in the gift department. Of course, finding the perfect gift is easier said than done, so we’re here to help. From booze and food to jewelry and cool stuff for kids, we’ve got you covered. Even better, almost everything on our list is available l…

Buffalo Magazine: Shopping

You’ve heard it your whole life: "It’s the thought that counts." That’s why a gift card or another boring tie just doesn’t cut it in the gift department. Of course, finding the perfect gift is easier said than done, so we’re here to help. From booze and food to jewelry and cool stuff for kids, we’ve got you covered. Even better, almost everything on our list is available l…

Buffalo Magazine: BufFYI

The hunt for holiday gifts is officially on. Instead of battling the mall crowds this year, consider one of Western New York’s many holiday pop-up shops. From handmade to vintage to Buffalo-themed wares, local holiday pop-up shops are just like they sound: temporary, limited-time-only retail spaces, set up in office buildings, empty storefronts, museums and more. They’r…

Buffalo Magazine: Shopping

Mint Berry Market Aubrey Hlavaty Accountant-turned-artist Aubrey Hlavaty is the creative force behind Mint Berry Market. Drawing inspiration from her young daughters as well as vintage items, Hlavaty turns her charming hand-drawn and painted designs into digital images, which she then reproduces to create one-of-kind baby, toddler and adult apparel and accessories.…

Buffalo Magazine: Home

All is well inside the calm confines of a greenhouse. Bone-chilling winds could be whipping hail sideways, but under nurseries’ silver-framed translucent cloches, filtered sunlight warms the skin and relaxes the shoulders. The air is humid and alive — an organic aromatherapy spa fragrant with moss, peat, minerals and subtle earthy perfumes. Row upon row of pots and lush…

Buffalo Magazine: Style

Shoppers caught up in buying “fast fashion” — trends on the cheap — may not realize there can be high ethical, social and environmental costs. And while a growing number of national and global clothing designers are making ethical practices a priority — companies like Patagonia and Alternative Apparel — what if you also care about shopping local? Luckily, WNY is home…

Buffalo Magazine: Home

Giving away unwanted items has been a long and honored tradition for people throughout Western New York. But with Habitat for Humanity ReStore, you’re going one step further — you’re helping build homes for people in need. “We’re helping to create a world where everyone has a place to live,” said John Walzak, ReStore manager. “Instead of throwing things away, give it to…

Buffalo Magazine: Shopping

LaCott Fine Art Laura Cott Laura Cott’s distinctive mixed media painting style and process showcase her fascination with pigment and fluidity. Using alcohol ink, a dye specially formulated to create a colorful, vivid pigment, Cott masterfully employs a no-brush-required dripping style to create random, organic and fluid patterns on stoneware and pre-fired ceramics. Her…

Buffalo Magazine: Shopping

Map + Stitch Kate McCoy Kate McCoy of Kenmore was inspired to create handmade map photo mats to display family photos while commemorating the locations of her first apartment and home. Conceptualized by McCoy as a way to “map your memories,” her custom-embroidered photo mats help showcase a  location tied to a fond memory, home, business or adventure. McCoy will custom…

Buffalo Magazine: Food + Drink

Here at Buffalo Magazine we like to have our cake and eat it too. And since there is no law against getting something to eat while you shop for something to eat, we offer these great local places where you can stock up on items for your pantry while fueling up yourself. Here are some off-the-beaten-path-places where you can shop while you dine: BreadHive Bakery &…

Buffalo Magazine: Home

Houseplants finish a room like no other knick-knack, throw pillow, or accent lamp. Healthy green leaves complement any color scheme and style, from a Norfolk pine in a woodsy, rustic study to a simple orchid in a minimalist, Zen-like sunroom. They add a touch of life — literally — with foliage that filters the air and brings the outdoors in. But for people who wouldn’t …