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Buffalo Has That “Can Do Attititude”!

In just under three years the Queen City has seen a rejuvenation of somewhat amazing proportions, and not just the brick and mortar kind. Yes it seems that a new development is popping up almost every other day, the city landscape is changing at an almost comical speed (if you compare this to the last […]

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Broomball: More Fun on Ice With Brooms!

Brooms. Ice. The last time I wrote about these two things, I had returned from a humbling experience with curling. Since then, WNY has doubled their houses, as it were, with Canalside opening up their ice to curling. Before the days of rocks and double-entendre screams, Buffalo has been home to a very competitive ice-sports […]

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For Whom The Shovel Falls – Buffalo Snowmaggedon Day 3 & Final Day Before The Flood!

South Buffalo:  I’m beginning to feel like Bill Murray, which, in most instances, would be particularly awesome – I don’t think anyone would argue that that dude rules. In this instance, though, it is decidedly not good. I apologize for the redundancy of today’s update – I know you’ve read this before. I know, because […]

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The Sun Finally Rises! – Buffalo Snowmageddon Day 2

South Buffalo: 4:30 pm, November 18th 2014. After four hours of shoveling, the driveway is clear. All feelings of accomplishment are vacated as I turn and realize that everything I’ve just shoveled has been filled in with six more inches of snow. The mini-van I’ve dug out will never make the swing into the driveway. […]

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Tale of 10 Miles! – Buffalo Snowmaggedon Day 1

South Buffalo:  My alarm rang at 5:05, and I jumped out of bed. I had left myself just enough time to gather some semblance of a lunch, brush off the mini-van, and head into Tonawanda for my 6 o’clock shift. I went to the window to use my remote start, and stared in horror. Covered. […]

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