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Find out who’s taking home 6-foot trophies at the 2018 Camil Khechen Tournament, Master Khechen's biggest martial arts tournament, on November 3. The 12th annual competition will be held at its largest venue yet — the Conference and Event Center of Niagara Falls — and features a full day of matchups with 10 Grand Championships divisions. 12th Annual Camil Khechen Tourname…

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It was simply an open, gutted space, a former shoe store that had stood vacant since the 1990s. But Road Less Traveled Productions saw something very different in the empty building at 456 Main St. — the permanent home the Buffalo theater company had been seeking for years. On Oct. 26, the new Road Less Traveled Theatre opens with David Mamet’s Tony Award-nominated “Spe…

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The Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP) is a Medicaid program that has gained popularity over the past few years and is changing the way many home care consumers are receiving their care. Under traditional home care, consumers receive care from agency provided home health aides (HHAs) or personal care aides (PCAs). With CDPAP, consumers recruit, hire, and…

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The Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP) is a Medicaid program that allows people who need home care to choose a caregiver of their choice – including most family members and friends. Through CDPAP, these caregivers get paid to care for their loved ones. CDPAP affords home care consumers the opportunity to take control of their home care, and not rely o…

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Let’s face it, winter in Buffalo can be bracing. According to the National Climate Data Center, the annual snowfall in Buffalo averages out to more than 94 inches a year –enough snow to make one pretty miserable. Dealing with the weather doesn’t have to make you crazy, though. The key is preparation and planning. If you’re smart, you’ve thought ahead to having the furna…

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October 15 through October 21, Western New York's Local Restaurant Week is celebrating 10 years of dishing up palate-pleasing pairings of sumptuous food and local culture. And thankfully, no one’s full yet! One of the five largest independent restaurant promotions in the country, WNY’s Local Restaurant Week is a biannual event that celebrates the vital role that local i…

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but women can also take action when it comes to preventing other diseases. Several physicians at Roswell Park, specializing in cancers that affect women, share tips: Breast Cancer Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in women. Most women who are diagnosed with breast cancer do not actually have a family histo…

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Gather all ye ghosts and goblins: the time has come to usher in All Hallow’s Eve with “Celebrate Halloween” at the Buffalo Zoo. This spook-tacular event takes place Saturday, October 13th (and again Sunday, October 14th) with festive displays of pumpkins and other boo-tiful displays throughout Zoo grounds Costumes are encouraged, both the frivolous and the frightful,…

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A hallmark of a comprehensive cancer center — comprehensive and multidisciplinary care — means that specialists from different medical disciplines collaborate to plan, evaluate and deliver cancer treatment. At Roswell Park, this means that you don’t have just one oncologist, but that you have a cancer care team of specialists — surgical, medical and radiation oncologists, …

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The fall equinox, heralding the official start to autumn, occurs on September 22nd this year and in keeping with the season, the Buffalo Zoo has put together an entire weekend of events to celebrate. The festivities kick off on Friday, September 21st with the Fall Zoo Brew, a get-together for the 21-and-over crowd. Food trucks and local restaurants will be on site to…

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Installing solar panels at the Cazenovia Park ice rink. Making streetlights more energy efficient on Genesee and Niagara streets. Curbing pollution in Scajaquada Creek. All are examples of how the University at Buffalo’s Institute for Research and Education in eNergy, Environment and Water (RENEW) is working with the city of Buffalo to help create a smarter, cleaner and…

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We’re having a moment here in Buffalo, let’s make the most of it. Meetings, events, tournaments, and conventions are great way to show the world what a truly remarkable place Buffalo is - from our inventive restaurants, trendy craft breweries and cocktail bars, exciting tours, architectural landmarks and our booming waterfront. They also mean big business for our region. T…

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When faced with a life-changing diagnosis such as cancer, many patients may wonder whether to seek a second opinion, especially when facing major surgery, treatments with severe side effects or an uncertain outcome. What if you’re not happy with your doctor’s diagnosis? Is the recommended treatment really your best option? What if your doctor is wrong? Is your doctor not l…

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A trip to the theatre is like walking into a wonderland that has something for everyone. You’re instantly transported to a place where imaginations can and are encouraged to run free! Pinkalicious The Musical may sound like it’s just for mothers and daughters, but that’s the beauty of theatre – it’s never truly what you expect. Meg Quinn, artistic director at Theatre of…

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If you were to describe the perfect summer day, it likely would include balmy weather, great music and delicious food and drink, all savored as you relaxed along the edge of a picturesque lake. That’s the recipe the Varallo family has created for their Spring Lake Concert in the Vineyard, scheduled for Sunday, August 19th. The Rock and Reggae Music Festival takes place …