Monday was locker clean out day for the Buffalo Sabres at the First Niagara Center. Things went as expected, except for Derek Roy's comment about coach Lindy Ruff and how he shouldn't criticize players outside of the locker room. Is Lindy right in doing this? I don't think it's that bad!!
Lately, I've been hearing a lot of criticism regarding the Buffalo Sabres management and coaching as being the reason for the team's mediocrity. Everywhere you go you hear things like...
I remember when I was a kid sitting and listening to my grandpa tell me about Dyngus Day. I thought it was just something old people did with pussy willows and squirt guns. But it's not just for your parents anymore.
Happy Dyngus Day! To many people in Buffalo's Polish community, today is one of the most important days of the year. Dyngus Day is always the Monday after Easter. It's a day when Polish people take time to celebrate that Jesus has risen and that the sacrifices of the Lenten season are over with
There are places in this country that observe it, but nobody celebrates it like we do in Buffalo. It’s an old Polish tradition called Dyngus Day. It commemorates the baptism of Poland's first Christian prince
Buffalo, NY is the Dyngus Day capital of the world. Dyngus Day is the Monday after Easter and a day when people celebrate Spring, Polish pride and the end of the lenten season. You don't have to be Polish to celebrate Dyngus Day
It has been said that 1 in 3 people in the Buffalo area have a Polish connection. Polish roots run very deep here in Buffalo. Because of our large Polish population, most of us have been exposed to Polish customs and food
My love of trains goes back to my childhood when my dad got me a Lionel train set when I was 12. One of my uncles then gave his kid's Lionel set when I was 13 and eventually we had a huge set-up in the basement
I see the point in saving some of Buffalo’s old buildings. The results have been amazing. Give credit to the people who have the vision….and the money to renovate these broken down buildings and turn them into gems. But what do you do with Buffalo’s old grain mills? Preservationists want them saved. For what? What can they be used for? They’re ugly, falling apart, rat-infested. They don’t give visitors a very good impression of the city if they enter from the south.
It kind of ironic that we live in Buffalo, but we really don't have any bison here to speak of. People in other cities always ask me if we have Buffalo in Buffalo. Aside from the zoo and a few statues, not really
I know a lot of people are real psyched for this weekend's St. Patty's day drunk-fest. Many guys I know are renting buses, readying costumes...etc...etc I, for one, want no part of it this year. I've done it many years in the past and I've just lost interest. Maybe I'm growing up...lol...or to some growing boring/old! If you take the time to Youtube--St. Patty's Day Buffalo NY....you'll find a lot of videos and 50% of them are the brawls. I know a number of guys involved in a few of the videos. The one I chose to show you is free of any of my friends/acquaintances.....This is the reason why I don't go anymore....(and it's not the bagpipes).....
One of my hobbies is collecting old beer items from Buffalo breweries like Simon Pure, Iroquois, Stein's, Beck's, Manru-Schreiber and many others. There was a time when Buffalo was a major beer producing town and home to many breweries.
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