Archive | October, 2014

Fall Fashion Essentials 2014

Sweater weather is here to stay for the next six months in Buffalo. If you’re dreading a season filled with jeans and hoodies, keep reading for five essentials for fall fashion. You’ll be sure to stay cozy and chic this year. 1. Midi Skirts: This trend has been making a statement in the fashion world […]

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Before the Snow Flies, Get Your Buffalove On!

At 2 am on Sunday, November 2nd, we will set our clocks back an hour. Those of us who are elbow-to-elbow at the oaken alters of our local pub will look to the person next to us and toast to another hour of ales. Those of us who are parents will shed a silent tear […]

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Sabres Week Three: Shark Attack and a Glimpse of the Future!

It’s been a great week for Buffalo sports. The Bills got a HUGE division win over the Jets, which capped off a Sabres victory in San Jose as predicted, and last Tuesday, we got a glimpse of our prize – the treasure for our seasons of toil, as Connor McDavid and his Erie Otters put on […]

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Throwback Thursday

Originally posted on buffaloveblog:
Since I didn’t get to elaborate on Elmwood as much as I would have liked to in my last post, I’m going to write this throwback about a day that I spent on Elmwood last October with my family. It was around this time last fall when my mom, my dad,…

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Sabres Week 2: Comfortably Numb

I’d like to take this opportunity to applaud the city of Buffalo and the surrounding region – I haven’t heard back from Guinness yet, but I am fairly certain that this is the earliest a fanbase has given up on a team in a city that doesn’t rhyme with Boronto. And, given the poor showing […]

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Buffalo Bills Week 7: It’s Pandemonium, No Its Fandemonium!

Week 7 saw the enshrinement of Van Miller to the Bills Wall of Fame. He marks the 29th member on the wall. Our beloved Takeo Spikes returned to Buffalo to lead the charge of players onto the field. Week 7 also marked the beginning of what we viewed as the easiest part of our schedule […]

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