Buffalo + Beer + Sunday Afternoons = Interesting Stories
Buffalo was ranked the #2 city in America for St. Patrick's Day celebrations, but we're certainly not in the top few in the brains category on this day. Take this cop throw down for an example on Chippewa...
Remember when you were a kid and you thought something you saw on tv was SOOO funny? Then you grow up and watch it again and you're like, "what was so funny about that?" That's the case for this skit that I used to crack up to when I was a kid.
Buffalo knows how to drink.
The Irish know how to drink.
Naturally, there are a lot of Irish people in Buffalo, which makes it one of the best cities for a St. Patrick's Day party. But, if you're from Buffalo, you know that people from Western New York do not wait for St...
It’s almost time for St. Patrick’s Day! And that means that regardless of your heritage, on March 17, it's time to put on your best green shirt and meet up with your friends at one of these Buffalo, Western New York Irish pubs.
With St. Patrick's Day right around the corner, I figured to post about something other than the typical Guinness or Jameson posts to put up on WYRK.com. Don't get me wrong, I'd love to post about two of my favorite drinks, but I'm trying to stay away from the same ole same ole yearly posts. I can't promise that you won't find mentions of those traditional Irish drinks throughout the week, but f
Growing up in an Irish household, there were certain foods that we embraced that defined our nationality. One particular food that we always ate was Leg of Lamb. This traditional Irish meal was made by my mother and grandmother for as long as I can remember.