Melodic punk rockers On The Cinder are releasing a new album, and to celebrate they’re throwing a show tonight in the basement of The Flower House with all of their friends. Joining the boys are the acoustic duo The Squids, surf-punk newcomers D.N.R., Buffalo punk staples Radical Operations, and making their return to the Queen City are Playoff […]
Hailing from Austin, Texas, A. Sinclair is an indie rock band making their Buffalo debut tonight at the Mohawk Place. A collaboration between songwriter Aaron Sinclair and Dangerbird Records, the band is touring under the moniker after releasing “Pretty Girls”, a digital 12-track album and 6-song 10” vinyl EP last autumn. Joining them on the bill […]
As we know, the gears are always turning behind the sour visage of Buffalo Sabres General Manager Tim Murray. We’re closing in on the NHL trade deadline, and Murray is sitting on his treasure trove of prospects and draft picks like a king, perched upon his gilded throne, surveying his kingdom of talent. Just like […]
Podcast #11 – Erica Morano from Buffalo.com, #Juno?, Outer Harbor Development, Cars on Main Street, & Hertel Ave. Facelift!
– This episode we talked to freelance photographer Erica Morano of Buffalo.com. We also talked about the Blizzard that never was, Outer Harbor Development, Cars on Main Street for the first time in 30 years, and Hertel Avenue’s new businesses! Enjoy and let us know what you think!
“Whiteout is a weather condition in which visibility and contrast are severely reduced by snow or sand. The horizon disappears completely and there are no reference points at all, leaving the individual with a distorted orientation.” Thirty eight years ago today, a storm of epic proportions hit the Western New York area, and left a […]
What Would Buffalo Be Like Had Norwood Made That Field Goal?. In 1991 I was a twelve year old boy watching my Buffalo Bills in the Super Bowl, who had steamrolled through much of the NFL that season, finishing with a 13-3 Regular Season record, and blew through the playoffs beating the then Los Angeles […]