The Patriots are like the movie monster that keeps coming back to life in all the sequels.
South Buffalo native Tracy O'Grady is the executive chef at Green Pig Bistro, which was named one of the top restaurants in the Washington, D.C., area.
Keita Nakagawa lives in Tokyo and loves the Buffalo Bills. How he came to be a Bills fan from afar is a story about Buffalo – and the Buffaloes.
Jason Kelly made the first legal sports bet in Louisiana history this week with these words: “Gimme 50 bucks on the Buffalo Sabres!”
Maddox, a former linebacker, has an important place in Bills history: He played a crucial role in The Comeback, in 1993, when the Bills came from 32 points down in the third quarter to beat the Houston Oilers 41-38 in overtime of a wild-card playoff game.
The best days of the former Courier-Express sports cartoonist's life, of course, are the day he met his wife and their wedding day, 40 years ago.
When former Buffalo Sabre Gerry Meehan moved next door to Mark Miller in the 1970s, it sparked the beginning of Miller's life as a collector.
For the home opener, they drove to Toronto, flew to Detroit, and then flew to Pittsburgh. There they rented a car for the drive to Buffalo, where they stayed overnight so they could arrive by 7 a.m. at Hammer’s Lot.
Much of Don Purdy's new book, “Thunder Snow of Buffalo: The October Surprise Storm,” centers on the Bills of that era and how they fared when wet, heavy snow downed trees and power lines in the most destructive storm in Buffalo history.
Mercer is a frequent football footnote for having scored the first points in Minnesota Vikings history, for booting that first field goal in a Super Bowl – and for going from the Bills to the Chiefs and back to the Bills in one of the oddest player-share arrangements in sports history.
These decades of inspiration came from Father Baker’s persistence as a human service pioneer, taking risks when he needed, and his expert guidance of a service agency, despite considerable opposition and extremely hard times.
Marchand, who grew up on Ruskin Road in Eggertsville, died of lung cancer one day before her 72nd birthday.
We can get back to a day when the worldview of our seatmates is something of which we are blissfully unaware.
McDole anchored a smothering defense that led the Bills to AFL championships in 1964 and 1965. The Bills’ defense of that era went 17 games without allowing a rushing touchdown, which remains a record unlikely to be broken.
"As it happens, Niagara University’s own Frank Layden was the best coach/comedian of his time," writes Erik Brady.
Beebe remembers each of his four like it was, well, not yesterday, but maybe the day before yesterday.
"Until last weekend, I had not been in Canada for two years. ... We arrived at the low-slung little cottage that has been in the Brady family for more than 100 years. We looked out at the lake. The water was smooth as glass. It felt like home."
Madeleine Roberts has a layered identity: Born in Buffalo, romanced in Istanbul, living in Lisbon – and, for the last week, back home with her extended family at a cottage in Canada.
How is it that the state’s second-largest city has not produced a governor to call its own since the 19th century?
Lamonica feels a special bond with both.
This weekend's trio will be the sixth set of Hall of Fame triplets – meaning a quarterback, a running back and a wide receiver who played so surpassingly well together that they all made their way to Canton.
Traditionally, brides get home-field advantage. But Courtney Gaughan Bowman has never lived in Buffalo. And Doug Brady had never even been here. But they are having their wedding here this weekend.
Sydney McLaughlin set a world record in the 400-meter hurdles at the U.S. Olympic trials. That makes her a gold-medal favorite at the Summer Games, which begin with Friday’s opening ceremonies in Tokyo.
In one of Niagara University's most astonishing games, Ed Fleming played every blessed second of what was then the longest game in NCAA basketball history. Here is how it happened.
Buffalo’s old Erlanger Theater sprang to life on Sunday in a Virginia vineyard.