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Emeri Krawczyk


Buffalo Magazine: Travel

Head east about five hours to the Glens Falls and Queensbury area for the annual Adirondack Balloon Festival. Lay of the land The Adirondacks area is the largest protected space in the United States. The mountains feature over 3,000 lakes and 1,200 miles of river. Glens Falls and Queensbury sit between Saratoga Springs to the south and the town of Lake George within A…

Buffalo Magazine: Travel

The locale: About 5 1/2 hours away in southeastern Pennsylvania. The scoop: Hershey, Pa. is the epicenter of Hershey’s Chocolate, founded by Milton S. Hershey. What better way to celebrate the holidays than in a place that’s for kids (and kids at heart), and includes a holiday Kiss or two? It’s a trip for both families and adults. Where to eat The Circular Dining Room…

Buffalo Magazine: Travel

Back-to-school mode means you’ve probably already looked at the calendar for upcoming long weekends and vacations. We suggest a learning trip to Gettysburg. We know. Getting kids excited about something “educational” is tough. But hang with us on this. We like Gettysburg for a few reasons: 1. Some argue this was the battle for the soul of the country. In short, a bi…

Buffalo Magazine: Food + Drink

OK, we are going to say right off the bat: Rotisserie chickens are right up there with the invention of the wheel. Where would we be without them? Around since the 1990s, they have become our go-to dinner option. We eat them straight up or turn them into other things, like chicken Caesar salad or chicken enchiladas. We're even going to admit to storing the carcasses in …

Buffalo Magazine: Discover

May–September Blackberry Daze Now–May 27 Paul Robeson Theatre 350 Masten Ave., Buffalo Stellaluna Now–June 2 Theater of Youth 203 Allen St., Buffalo Lady Windermere’s Fan June 1–24 Irish Classical Theatre Company 625 Main St., Buffalo Carnival June 1–17 Fallsview Casino Resort 6380 Fallsview Blvd., Niagara Falls, Canada Love Never Dies June 5–10 …

Buffalo Magazine: Discover

Festivals Allentown Gallery Association First Fridays Antique World Great American Garage Sale: First Sundays & third Saturdays, through Oct.; 11145 Main St., Clarence Buffalo Garden Festival: June-August M&T First Fridays: Albright-Knox Art Gallery M&T Second Fridays: Burchfield Penny Art Center M&T Third Fridays: Party on the Portico a…

Buffalo Magazine: Discover

Week of May 28 – June 3 Festivals Buffalo Pride Festival May 29–June 3 Various Locations Springville Dairy Ag Fest May 31–June 2 Springville Griffith Institute High School American Red Cross Buffalo BASH June 1 Red Cross Headquarters, Delaware Ave. 60th Annual Allegany State Park Nature Pilgrimage June 1–3 Red House Area, Allegany State Park 100 Ameri…

Buffalo Magazine: Discover

Week of July 30–August 5 Festivals Cattaraugus County Fair July 30–August 5 Little Valley Music & Arts Festival of the Tonawandas July 31–August 4 Various locations Niagara County Fair August 1–5 Lockport Comedy Fest August 2–5 National Comedy Center, Jamestown Eden Corn Festival August 2–5 Route 62, Eden Great Rhythm Revival at the Heron Au…

Buffalo Magazine: Discover

Week of July 2–8 Festivals French & Indian War Encampment June 29–July 1 Old Fort Niagara Silo City Alive! July 1 Silo City Row, Buffalo Silver Lake Ring of Fire Fireworks July 3 Silver Lake Independence Day Block Party July 4 Old Falls Street, Niagara Falls, USA Lakewood Summerfest July 4 Lakewood Jam in the Valley July 5–7 Buffalo Hill Vi…

Buffalo Magazine: Discover

Buffalo Allentown Corner of Elmwood & Virginia Friday, 4–7 p.m. Clinton-Bailey Farmers & Flea Market 1443 Clinton St. Sunday–Friday, 7 a.m.–6 p.m.; Saturday, 6 a.m.–6 p.m. Downtown Main Street between Court & Church Tuesday & Thursday, 8 a.m.–2:30 p.m. ECMC at Grider Grider Street Friday, 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Elmwood-Bidwell Elmwood at Bidwe…

Buffalo Magazine: Food + Drink

When Steve Ambrose decided he wanted to explore more new Buffalo eateries, he didn’t just make reservations — he started a business. In just over a year, the Buffalo Dinner Club has blossomed into a vehicle for folks to eat, drink and socialize throughout the year. “I have been a professional selling to the restaurant industry since 2012. I’ve had the pleasure of meetin…

Buffalo Magazine: Travel

New Orleans might not be the first place that comes to mind for a family vacation, but if you’re looking for something different, add it to your list. Last April, we visited during Easter break with my sister and cousin’s families (kids ages 10, 12, 15, 17) for a change of pace from a Florida routine. New Orleans has a vibe all its own. While it might have a reputati…

Buffalo Magazine: Photo Galleries

It’s that time of the year. Peter Cotton Tail is hoppin’ down the bunny trail. Which got us to thinking. What kind of candy is out there besides the regular stuff? We set out to find locally crafted Easter treats especially for grown-ups so they don’t resort to stealing candy from kids’ baskets. Think of it as a public service announcement.

Buffalo Magazine: Food + Drink

Some folks look for returning birds, crocus or bathing suits as the first signs of spring. Our stomachs, however, rumble in anticipation of New York State’s Maple Weekend 2018 — March 17 & 18 and March 24 & 25. The highly popular annual event has evolved to cover two weekends now. A sweet celebration of spring Each spring, sap moves up and down the tree as the te…

Buffalo Magazine: Travel

The locale Historic town famous for its carbonated mineral springs and home to the oldest thoroughbred horse racing track in the United States. About 4 -1/2 hours east on I-90. The scoop Each summer, the rich and famous gather in Saratoga Springs for six weeks of thoroughbred racing (this year: July 21 — Sept. 4). It’s the oldest “meet” in the country (including the Ken…