Archive | July, 2014

Pulaski Day Parade and Polish-American Arts Festival

  It’s no secret that Buffalo is home to one of the biggest Polish-American communities in the United States. If you haven’t heard about Dyngus Day by now then I think you need to read this site more than anyone! I’m here to talk to you about the other Polish-American holiday that is celebrated in […]

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Buffalo Dad: Face it, You’re going to have to Deal with Baby Weight!

Ok Buffalo Dads, Let’s start with the baby weight! Yes, that’s right, baby weight… You’re going to get it either in the form of weight and spare tire, or less muscle mass and spare tire (You’re not going to hide from the spare tire!). You can laugh, its OK, I’m sure there’s images of a […]

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Trottier Brings 7 Cups & Great Moustache To Buffalo

“The Sabres just hired Bryan Trottier?” I said to my friend, who was tuning his guitar for our set Tuesday night. “I saw that. Do you think…they’ll be…good?” That is a great question. For the past 15 years or so, Buffalo has been home to dozens of incredibly talented players and coaches, but the one […]

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The Ghost of Whiskey Past!

My phone rang as I was driving to my daughter’s 275th softball game of the summer (perhaps an overestimate, but not by much). I politely excused myself from the ‘conversation’ my mother-in-law and I were having, which was mostly just neighborhood gossip about people I don’t know. I answered the phone: “Hello?” “Yes. Erik, please.” […]

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Training Camp Weekend update: Holy Injuries!!

Well it looks like I might have jinxed the Bills with my Article Last Thursday when I said there were no major injuries to report. Friday Started out well when we heard that both Marcell Dareus and Alan Branch passed their physicals they snuck in on Thursday while everyone had the day off. They appeared […]

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Buffalo Vintage and Industrial: Preserving A Piece of Buffalo’s Past

  As you walk into the storefront of Buffalo Vintage and Industrial, a division of Dave and Adams Card World, it’s as though you’ve just stepped into a living history textbook (more specifically, the chapter on local industrial artifacts). Your eyes grow wide as you soak in your surroundings. That’s the kind of reaction owner […]

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