One incredible fact about the Allentown Art Festival. This year's edition is the 61st annual and it's the first time in my life I attended it. Where have I been all these years? What is it that I'm doing this time each year that I haven't been able to make time for one incredible event.
Where can you find the best pizzas in America? You don't have to drive far. The website thedailymeal.com has published a list of the 101 Best Pizzas in America and Buffalo placed three pizza shops on the list.
In the years since Buffalo's glory days, heavy industry has been replaced with financial services, medical research, technology and education. And Buffalo has seen slight growth over the past few years, although its been ever so slight...
Think of all of the cities in the country you might think are fun places to spend some time in. New York City? Las Vegas? Chicago? Nashville? If you came up with a list of 150 cities where would Buffalo end up on that list? You might be surprised.
I was reading columnist Rod Watson's opinion piece in Thursday's (9/7/17) Buffalo News and it sounded so familiar. He was speaking about how maddening it can sometimes be just traveling Buffalo streets because of the near certainty that you won't get far before having to stop for a red light. I have always said traffic signals in Buffalo aren't meant to control traffic, they're meant to stop tra
Most people can expect to move at least 11 times in their lives. Most often it's the result of employment opportunities or family changes. Sometimes it's just the pursuit of something different. Ideally you want to pick a place that's good for raising a family, but there are so many factors involved how do you sort them all out?
So we headed out to the parking lot off Clark Street and looked for an unsuspecting family and they were shocked to find out what they won.
It's a great feeling to give a nice prize package to people. I probably enjoyed giving it away as much as they enjoyed receiving it...
How does Buffalo fare among the country's best-run cities? In an analysis of the country's 150 biggest cities Buffalo came in at 124, placing it in the bottom third. But that shouldn't be surprising. Most of the larger cities in the country rank toward the bottom of the list because of high unemployment rates and low average personal income meaning higher expenses for cities.