Archive | November, 2014
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Bonas Meets Buffalo

Originally posted on buffaloveblog:
Yesterday afternoon, I attended the Big 4 Classic basketball game at the First Niagara Center. I took the subway from Amherst to downtown to get to the Bonaventure vs. Niagara game that started at 2. I hadn’t bought a ticket yet, but when I walked in, I saw a Bonas table…

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Buffalo Bills Week 12 Review: We’re not in Buffalo Anymore?

    Week 12 of the NFL season was a tough one for the Southtowns here in WNY. Tuesday and Wednesday brought 5 to 10 feet of snow and buried the Ralph in 220,000 pounds of snow! Obviously, with citizens in dire need of assistance, the Bills stadium cleanup was the last thing to worry […]

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Three trends we can learn from Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift is known for her fun, inspiring music, but she should also get credit for her trendy and fashion-forward sense of style. Here are three trends Taylor Swift should inspire us to wear on a regular basis. Black on Black: Black is a staple color that every woman should own in her closet. It’s […]

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Podcast #2 – John from Buffalo Brewing Co., Thanksgiving, & Snowmageddon

Here it is Buffalo! Podcast #2!!! We talk with John from Buffalo Brewing Company, Thanksgiving Traditions, and some #Snowmaggedon! Enjoy Buffalo, oh and make sure you check out John’s Kickstarter at – Show him some Buffalove!

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If there was one thing that Western New York needed last week, it was a boost – emotionally and physically.  Some needed that boost to climb out of their houses onto the record snowfall and begin to dig out.  Some needed that boost to get them through a 6-day sentence of isolation that the snow […]

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Snowmaggedon 2014 – What did Buffalo learn from all this?

  So here it is, folks. We have reached the end. It couldn’t have come at a better time. Just when the very fabric of reality seemed to fray, we’ve returned to some semblance of reality. We’re no longer rodents in a habitrail of snow. We’re no longer prisoners to the ice bars that hung thick from our […]

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