5 Dos of Dressing for a Job Interview
Everyone knows that scoring a job can be a difficult and tedious process. You call all of your contacts, go to several job fairs, search through dozens of search engines and fill out numerous online applications, all asking for the same information — then it happens! You get a call for an interview and realize this could be your big moment.
Expect the Unexpected — The Weirdest Job Interview Questions
Preparing for a job interview is nerve-wracking enough without the unsettling sense that an interviewer might ask a question you aren’t prepared to answer. It’s those unusual, hard-to-prepare-for questions that we all dread.
9/11 Memorials in Buffalo
This year marks the 11th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on America. Here is a list of memorial events around Western New York in remembrance of those who lost their lives on that tragic day.
11th Annual Wing Fest Celebrates Buffalo’s Most Famous Food [VIDEO]
This weekend (Saturday, September 1-Sunday, September 2), Buffalo showcased what we’re all about: chicken wings and charity. The 11th annual National Buffalo Wing Festival at Coca-Cola Field was a major success, once again.
5 Tips for Yard Sale Success
If you ever look around your house and think “How did I accumulate so much stuff?!” it might be time to clean out your garage and have a yard sale. You have to sell your old junk before you can buy new junk, after all! In order to bring in the big bucks, check out these five tips to help make your yard sale a success.
Polling Places and Voter Information for Election Day 2012 in Buffalo
All of the political advertisements on the radio and television mean that Election Day is fast approaching. Open elections are a right that we have as Americans, and it’s important that we exercise that privilege we have. Here is some important information concerning the elections coming up and where you can go to vote.
Luck of the Irish Abounds at Buffalo Irish Festival [PICTURES]
Everybody has a little bit of Irish in them, right? While there are plenty of beverages imported from Ireland, there is much more to being Irish than just drinking some beer.
Elmwood Avenue Shows Off its Artsy Side [PICTURES]
Elmwood Avenue — it’s such an artsy place, isn’t it? There’s just a different feel when you’re down in the Village. Therefore, it’s the perfect location to host an art festival.
Dozynki Polish Harvest Festival — Like Thanksgiving, Only Better [PICTURES]
The heart of Buffalo’s Polonia celebrated the 33rd Annual Dozynki Polish Harvest Festival at Corpus Christi Church this weekend (Friday, August 17-Sunday, August 19), sending polka music and the smell of pierogis through the air.
A Colorful Garden Walk Through Buffalo [PICTURES]
Some people seem to think that Buffalo is a place on the map that is under one big, dark, gloomy cloud. Others see Buffalo as being a bright, vibrant, creative city. A perfect example of the latter is the Garden Walk of Buffalo, being held this weekend. The self-guided tour includes more than 370 Buffalo gardens.
Hot Air Balloons Brighten the Sky at Wellsville’s Great Balloon Rally [PICTURES]
For three full days, it was balloons galore in Wellsville. A balloon bonanza, if you will — and not the balloons you can get at a restaurant after dinner or a “Happy Birthday” balloon you can find just anywhere. We’re talking about hot air balloons, brightly colored and patterned, floating through the sky with grace.
A Festival for Everything Polish — and It’s Not Even Dyngus Day [PICTURES]
Pierogi and polka and polish sausage, oh my! That can only mean one thing: The 34th Annual Polish-American Arts Festival in Cheektowaga. Four full days (Thursday, July 19-Sunday, July 22) of everything Polish filled the air at Cheektowaga Town Park, including authentic Polish food, beer, music and even Polish heritage dancers.