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Up north in Canada and Greenland, snow helps mold igloos on tundra-like terrain. In Buffalo, Tappo co-owner Phil Limina sees igloos as “red hot” settings for three-course meals and affordable wine. Limina is referring to the "igloos" at the two…

Up north in Canada and Greenland, snow helps mold igloos on tundra-like terrain. In Buffalo, Tappo co-owner Phil Limina sees igloos as “red hot” settings for three-course meals and affordable wine. Limina is referring to the "igloos" at the two…

Taqueria Ranchos Dos to open in former Snooty Fox on Delaware Wed, Feb 19, 2020

Saul Sanchez's Mexican restaurant footprint is about to expand beyond Acapulco in Tonawanda and bustling Taqueria Ranchos La Delicias in the upper West Side. Taqueria Ranchos Dos is expected to open in late spring in the former Snooty Fox and Stat…

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Taqueria Ranchos Dos to open in former Snooty Fox on Delaware Wed, Feb 19, 2020

Saul Sanchez's Mexican restaurant footprint is about to expand beyond Acapulco in Tonawanda and bustling Taqueria Ranchos La Delicias in the upper West Side. Taqueria Ranchos Dos is expected to open in late spring in the former Snooty Fox and Stat…

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Celebrating the art of women from Western New York Tue, Feb 18, 2020

When the great Frida Kahlo died in 1954, The New York Times described her as "wife of Diego Rivera, the noted painter" before saying that Kahlo was 44, had suffered with cancer for several years and then, finally, "She also was a painter." For women …