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High school sports are a big part of the Western New York community, and Buffalo News photographers capture game action every week. Here are some of the highlights.

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Designed by Richard Upjohn, the architect of New York City’s Trinity Church, St. Paul’s Cathedral on Pearl Street was built in 1849 with the tower being completed in 1871. The inspiration for this Gothic Revival cathedral was drawn from 13th century churches of rural England. The interior, rebuilt by Robert W. Gibson in 1888 after a disastrous fire, has a remarkable hammer…

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Take a look back at the front pages of The Buffalo Evening News from September 1901. President McKinley was shot at the Pan-American Exposition on Sept. 6, 1901, but he held on — and his health even improved shortly — until he died on Sept. 13, 1901.

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High school sports are a big part of the Western New York community, and Buffalo News photographers capture game action every week. Here are some of the highlights.

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A weekly highlight of political cartoons from The News' Pulitzer Prize-winner.

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Three floors of performers, a meditative gong bath, fire spinners, food trucks and so much electronic dance music into the early morning were major parts of Amplify 2018, a Buffalo Rage Community and Se2 Silent Disco event held Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018, in the DNIPRO Ukrainian Center.

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Knox Farm State Park in East Aurora was transformed for the Borderland Music and Arts Festival, held Sept. 22 and 23 for its inaugural run. The Revivalists headlined Saturday's festivities. See who attended the first running of the major festival.

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With the annual festival on the brink of extinction, Buffalo RiverWorks swooped in to save Chalkfest, which runs Sept. 22 and 23 at the restaurant-bar-event-space along the Buffalo River. More than 100 artists and vendors decorated the GRF grain elevator, both inside and out.