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Buffalo Without Borders feeds knowledge of city immigrants

Buffalo, built by immigrants, celebrates its new generation of neighbors at Buffalo Without Borders on Oct. 17.

The event offers a chance to browse the efforts of 23 restaurants and drink outlets, most run by immigrant business owners.

The menu stretches from the Burmese cuisine of Sun Restaurants, with coconut curry chicken noodle soup, the Jamaican stylings of Kalypso's chicken curry and the Greek rice pudding dished up by Mythos.

The evening includes an extensive array of arts and crafts vendors, and live entertainment. It raises money to support the activities of the International Institute of Buffalo, which has been helping immigrants grow into thriving members of their new communities for 101 years.

[Photos: Smiles at Buffalo Without Borders 2018, 2017, 2016 and 2015]

General admission starts at 6:30 p.m. (5:30 p.m. V.I.P.) at Statler City, 107 Delaware Ave.

Tickets, $30 (student), $60, $150 (V.I.P.), are available through iibuffalo.org, or through Eventbrite.

Call 883-1900 for more information.

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