Power seats, heated seats, remote start and blind spot protection. Those are the most common requests prospective car buyers make when they walk into a dealership.
Big things were happening in the world of cancer research back in 2017.
The light reflecting off the 60-foot rowing shells as they glide along the Black Rock Canal often catches the eyes of passersby as they take in a beautiful day with a walk along Buffalo’s waterfront or a drive down the I-190.
Jason Frese has worked in several out-of-state tourist destinations over the years, including in Florida and Las Vegas. When he moved back to Buffalo and became Director of Food and Beverage for 500 Pearl, he wanted to bring something he had seen in his travels: pairing dinners.
The conversations around the lack of access to health care and affordable healthy food options among the poorest communities in Western New York aren’t new, but the Covid-19 pandemic and the mass shooting in East Buffalo last May have heightened the awareness of these generational problems.E…
At Explore & More - The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Children’s Museum, look in any direction on any of the multiple floors and you’ll see children at play. They pretend to shop at a farmer’s market, turn water wheels, tinker with tools, tackle the agility course, and much, much more. But learni…
As fewer customers complete the entire car buying process at the dealership – from research to financing to signature – an efficient and trustworthy car buying experience isn’t any less important.
Iris Chase, a 17-year-old senior at Buffalo Academy of the Sacred Heart, first tried her hand at rowing while in middle school. A longtime dancer who also dabbled in several other sports, nothing ever “stuck” for Chase like rowing did.
The Covid-19 pandemic flipped the world as everyone knew it upside down. With legions of office workers now comfortable working from home, employers, building owners and corporate teams have had to find ways to make returning to the office an attractive option.
In many ways, the world is not designed for children like 9-year-old Mason Evchich.
Jim Sandoro can still picture it in the lobby. As a kid in the 1950s and ’60s, he remembers walking into the glass-domed Bank of Buffalo at the northwest corner of Main and Seneca streets.
Katniss Everdeen from “The Hunger Games,” Hawkeye from the Marvel Universe and the members of the U.S. Olympic team – archery has never had more glamorous representatives.
Even four days later, Felicia Mathews’ voice was still hoarse from the Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills game on Dec. 17.
Days off can feel endless when you have young children, whether they’re 2, 6, 8, or 10. But when you have all of the above and need to find an activity that suits everyone? That task can feel downright impossible.
Tyler Hill thought he knew Buffalo. He grew up in Pennsylvania and used to travel to the area annually for hockey tournaments.
If you’re a seafood lover, Western New York can feel a world away from the Atlantic coast. However, 2 Forks Up in Getzville is bringing fresh seafood to their guests daily.
Check out these delicious, sure-to-impress recipes from Chef Darian Bryan of The Plating Society.
The Independent Health Foundation had First Night Buffalo down to a science.
Crunchy fried breading and a sweet-yet-spicy sauce will make this bang bang shrimp appetizer the star of the your holiday get-together.