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From Subversive Theatre Collective: To mark the 50th anniversary of one of the most painful moments of the Civil Rights Movement, Subversive Theatre is honored to present the new docu-drama FOUR LITTLE GIRLS: Birmingham 1963 by Christina Ham as the third installment of our Subversive Youth Series, opening Wednesday, May 22nd and running through Saturday, [...]
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In the summer of 2012, the Liberty Hound instantly established itself as a popular destination for waterfront dining and unwinding, featuring occasional live music. This summer, with as many as six shows across five days each week – totaling 65 shows from Memorial Day to Labor Day – the sounds of live local music will be [...]
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Throughout the recent emergence of food trucks across Western New York, Larkinville has welcomed a weekly rotation at lunchtime as well as special events. This friendship will hit new heights beginning Tuesday, May 28th and continuing throughout the su…
From Seamus Gallivan: The Good Hood is onboard for the 2nd annual City of Night at Silo City on Saturday, August 17th, concurring with the contention made by Buffalo city planner Chris Hawley to The Buffalo News‘ Colin Dabkowski during the inaugural event that Silo City “is a landscape unlike any other place on the planet, [...]
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By Seamus Gallivan Tonight at Marcy Casino in Delaware Park (199 Lincoln Pkwy, Buffalo, 5:30-7pm), sustainable business network Greenworks Buffalo Niagara hosts another “Women in the Sustainable Economy” roundtable discussion with three local leaders - Tyra Johnson, Founder of Blue Sky Design Supply; Paige Mecca, President of Allegro Power and Executive Director of the Solar Liberty Foundation; and Kristen Kaszubowski, Environmental [...]
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By Seamus Gallivan/photos from Buffalo Reading Invasion Buffalo Reading Invasion was a nice new complement to Buffalo’s bustle last summer, a bit of organized quiet time amid the excitement of outdoor activity. Organizers chose welcoming open spaces such as Bidwell Park and Larkin Square to “promote Buffalo’s love of reading through large public action” – [...]
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By Seamus Gallivan Since it’s no secret that Buffalonians enjoy “the fine art of liquid culture,” it should come as no surprise that a Buffalo-based business dedicated to drinking is thriving. As part of our inaugural BuffaLoveFest on Friday, May 31st, a benefit for The Buffalo Zoo presented in partnership with the zoo and B-Incorporated, we’re profiling many [...]
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Today at Main(ST)udios (515 Main St, Buffalo, 3-6pm) is a fundraiser for the fourth annual sojourn to Ghana, West Africa, by the School of Music. The event will feature members of one of the premier resident ensembles at the Slyboots School of Music, Art and Dance – The Slyboots Circus – offering drumming, dance, acrobatics, aerialists, [...]
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Although The Good Neighborhood does not endorse any single religion, we appreciate any message dedicated to the greater good as well as the lifetime of contributions to community and writing of Monsignor David M. Gallivan, Pastor of Holy Cross Church on Buffalo’s Lower West Side (345 Seventh St), who offers us a weekly Sunday Sermon. [...]
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The second session of our book club will be held at the Brighton Library this Saturday, May 18th from 11:30-12:30. We will be discussing chapters 3 and 4 of Raising Elijah, however if you have not yet read or purchased the book, don’t worry! We will catch you up. Questions? or to register email Rebecca@cacwny.org. [...]
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Bill McKibben, world-renowned author, environmentalist and educator, delivered the 2013 commencement address of the University at Buffalo’s School of Architecture and Planning on May 10.
McKibben wrote The End of Nature (1989), the first book on globa…
Even though the weather has been a mix
of winter, spring, and summer lately, June is just a few weeks away and
it is a great time to get out to Reinstein Woods for a visit! Join us to
learn about plants, bugs, bats, and many other topics over the su…