No sport was too small for famed sports broadcaster Stan Barron. He loved “sports of all sorts,” as he liked to say.
"As it happens, Niagara University’s own Frank Layden was the best coach/comedian of his time," writes Erik Brady.
The NFL has 32 teams. Fans in all of its cities want their teams to win, of course, but there is one thing that sets Buffalo apart.
When you squeeze one year into one week, naturally you end it with New Year’s Eve, Brady writes.
Beebe remembers each of his four like it was, well, not yesterday, but maybe the day before yesterday.
Erik Brady tells the remarkable tale of how Goodwin received is new heart on Sept. 11, 2001.
"Until last weekend, I had not been in Canada for two years. ... We arrived at the low-slung little cottage that has been in the Brady family for more than 100 years. We looked out at the lake. The water was smooth as glass. It felt like home."
"American baseball is all about the long ball; in Japan, the sacrifice bunt still matters. And that matters to Mick Cochrane," writes Erik Brady.
“Relics: The History of the Buffalo Bills in Objects and Memorabilia” will be launched at an event at 6 tonight in the Buffalo History Museum.
Buffalo is mentioned often in the “Gossip Girl” reboot on HBO Max.