Swing dancing: Buffalo Swing gathers for progressive and beginner lessons from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, followed by a Lindy Fix – which features several forms of swing dancing – until 10, Polish... Read More
Hundreds of runners are expected to head from the University at Buffalo’s South Campus to the Buffalo waterfront next Saturday, all because of a Hall of Fame quarterback, city police officer and... Read More
Nearly 6,500 people chasing free tickets to the Buffalo Bills-Jacksonville Jaguars football game Oct. 25 in London have participated during the first four weeks of this spring’s Independent Health... Read More
Lt. Michael P. Murphy died in Afghanistan a decade ago when his small unit was overwhelmed by Taliban fighters and he deliberately left the unit’s stronghold to get a better signal to call in... Read More
By Emily Long – Contributing Writer
It’s that time of year. The sun starts peeking out from behind heavy, dark rainclouds. The puddles are starting to disappear. And suddenly we realize- oh my... Read More
Mara Koven-Gelman will be among dozens of local authors in Larkin Square Wednesday as part of the second annual Larkin Square Local Author Festival.
Koven-Gelman, who lost who first husband... Read More
Most people like Jonathan Koven used to die as infants.
Koven was born in southern Ontario the early 1960s with a congenital heart disease in which his aorta and pulmonary artery were connected to... Read More