What in the name of Puck, Snooki, Omirosa, Pedro, or whomever, is going on with the Buffalo Board of Education? Like an out of control version of The Real World meets The Apprentice. They consistently bicker back and forth, as if trapped on and island with little to no food! I guess we should be […]
At the end of his State of City address Mayor Byron Brown finally dropped some news that Downtown Buffalo residents had been waiting to hear for a long time. He would like a full service grocery store located in the Downtown area so that residents can shop for food without leaving the city. Let’s just […]
The best part about winter is being able to hit the slopes. Am I right, or am I right? I’ve been skiing since about 10th grade (Aka: sophomore year). I joined my high school ski club after my seasoned professional skiing friends talked me into it (I had only skied once before and It wasn’t […]
Podcast #14 – Laura Daniels Mix96.1 #Uncensored, Mellisa Leventhal of Buffalo Chrysalis Theatre, BOE Strikes Back, Code Blue.
– This week we talked to Laura Daniels of Mix96.1, and Mellisa Leventhal of Buffalo Chrysalis Theatre. Laura the morning host of 96.1FM is totally #uncensored and loving it, Melissa talks about the arts and her new show “The Importance of Being Earnest” running at the Grange Theatre. We also talked about the Board of Education re purposing 4 […]
It’s been an interesting 45 days to be a Bills fan. Fortunately, Marrone left and Orton retired. Rex Ryan became our Head Coach and our first signing under new owners, Kim and Terry Pegula, was a controversial guy who’s been black-balled for over a year in the league. Recently we brought in Josh McCown as […]
“They’re just whiny, overpaid babies.” “They get paid millions to play a game.” Insert over-repeated standard sportstalk hot take, delivered in the type of Midwestern diction made famous by Chris Farley and company as they hailed Coach Ditka and his crew. In the wake of what is being reported as a suicide committed by Steve […]