When the original Captain America came out I expected a disaster. Marvel hadn’t established themselves as big players and all I could picture was the god awful early 80′s/late 70′s version. But I’m happy to say it was one of the pleasant surprises in recent memory. It lent it self perfectly to Marvel’s grand vision […]
Here's another song from this week's featured live performance by Floodwood at the Waiting Room on 3/8/14 If you missed it, check out the first video for Spend Some Time Floodwood is one of the hottest...
The National League Central was quite competitive last season, with the feel-good story of the year being the Pittsburgh Pirates making the playoffs for the first time in 20+ years. Do the Bucs have the...
Goo Goo Dolls Perform "Come to Me" on Conan 3/11/14
This summer Phish will return to the (CMAC )Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center on July 15th. The tour is scheduled to begin on July 1 at Xfinity Center in Mansfield, MA and...
As I explained in this previous listing of the Top 10 Fish Fry Places In The Northtowns, compiling a user-friendly guide...
I’ve said on many occasions, re-makes are a very tricky element. It doesn’t matter if it’s the re-make of a good movie or a bad one. Unfortunately, every writer and director thinks they can improve on a film or make their movie better than it was originally done. Usually the reason a film was successful […]
than to repair broken men.” by CHARLES M. BLOW Frederick Douglass once noted, “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” The statement is simple, profound and as true as truth can be. And yet we as a society and as individual families […]
The Partnership for the Public Good has a weekly radio show, The Public Good, which airs on WUFO 1080AM every Tuesday at 1 p.m. Our co-director, Sam Magavern, talks with representatives from local non-profits and grassroots organizations who are contributing to the public good in their community and discusses some of the hottest issues. On [...]
It’s a little late but, we recorded our thoughts on the passing of the great Phillip Seymour Hoffman and wanted to get it posted for you to listen. Hope you enjoy. Feel free to leave your thoughts on him as well in the comment section or on our Facebook page.
Eight years ago, Zach Snyder made a name for himself with the most revolutionary film since The Matrix. When Zach Snyder made the, somewhat historical, 300. Based on Frank Miller’s graphic novel, who was still riding a high from his success from Sin City, it took special effects and a vision unlike any other to […]
by CHARLES M. BLOW Frederick Douglass once noted, “It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.” The statement is simple, profound and as true as truth can be. And yet we as a society and as individual families neglect the building, facilitate the […]
This week's Buffalo Live performance was from Saturday Night at the Waiting Room featuring Floodwood, Big Leg Emma and Funktional Flow. Look for more video in the next couple days
Dyngus Day is on April 21st this year and the applications for the parade are now available. The deadline to register for the parade is March 22nd and the clock is ticking to get your application in. To register, click here to go to DyngusDayBuffalo.com and fill out an application—>
On our triumphant return to podcasting, Ben and I discuss and debate the career of Leonardo Dicaprio and whether or not he has earned an Oscar yet. Go here and save the page to get our app: http://loveyourmovies.podbean.com
So, one way out of the current mess can be seen in the wind map of the Ukraine. As there are only around 46 million people here (and a shrinking population, at that, via emigration, poverty, drinking and...
Last night was the grand opening of the restored North Park Theater and grand was definitely the buzz word of the evening.