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There's a tendency for Buffalo natives to become insular, like when we adore when outsiders pump us up and lash out defensively when others put us down. While some might view these knee-jerk reactions as negative and excessive, they're also signs that Buffalonians are fiercely proud of their hometown. World Refugee Day and the Taste of Diversity, both running this weeke…

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Summer theater at Chautauqua Institution has something for almost everyone, with free outdoor performances on and off the grounds of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" (the next one is July 4), three productions from the New Play Workshop (starting in mid-July) and two "big" professional productions, "The Christians" and "One Man, Two Guvnors," the West End farce th…

One of the wettest Junes in recent memory put something of a damper on East Aurora’s Roycroft Summer Festival, so organizers are giving it another shot this week. The Roycroft Campus Art Show, which runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday on the campus grounds (21 S. Grove St., East Aurora), will feature 35 artists and artisans working in glass, wood, metal and pai…

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East Aurora, already a destination for art lovers and gallery-hoppers, will welcome yet another art space to its vibrant visual arts scene on Friday. The Neil and Barbara Chur Family Gallery, housed in the loft of the power house on the Roycroft Campus (31 South Grove St., East Aurora), will host an opening reception at 6 p.m. Friday for a photography exhibit by Melanie Ch…