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We all know about some of Buffalo's most famous landmarks. Our architectural king Frank Lloyd Wright steals much of the spotlight (deservedly) and the rest of it is lent to the silos of our rust belt roots, massive contemporary art gallery and those big waterfalls a little to the north. But wait, there's more. We have a tree that is 309 years old. As part of our Satu…

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Working from home often sounds better than it is. Just when you've brewed a cup of coffee in the Keurig and you're ready to sit down and work in your pajamas, you're suddenly reminded of all the cleaning you need to do, plants you need to water and dogs you have to walk. So, you travel to your office-away-from-the-office: your favorite coffee shop. Cafes have a lot o…

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Seven former Rowhouse Bakery & Restaurant employees have sued its owners over alleged violations of state and federal labor laws. Rowhouse owners forced them to clock out before finishing shifts, charged service fees for events but did not pay them to workers and violated other wage laws, the federal lawsuit claims. It was filed in U.S. District Court for the Wester…

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Holiday market season brings together a few of life's simple pleasures: eating, drinking, music and shopping. You could always go on Etsy if you wanted a handmade gift, but instead, you fight the crowds and scour downtown for parking because like all seasonal activities, it doesn’t feel like the holidays without it. Aside from the annual markets you've grown to expec…

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Climb the stairs to Rowhouse Bakery & Restaurant and you emerge in a soaring three-story space. Brick walls, stone floor, the perfume of woodsmoke from a massive tile-lined oven, tables of people enjoying their coffee evoke a street café in an old city. Before I stepped inside 483 Delaware Ave., I thought I had already seen the most impressive restaurant spaces in B…

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will marry Saturday at Windsor Castle in Berkshire, England, taking part in the first Royal Wedding in the United Kingdom since Prince William and Kate Middleton wed in 2011. The Royal Wedding festivities begin at noon in England, which translates to 7 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, but coverage by TV stations begins as early as 4:30 a.m. Whi…