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Connecting the dots between Hofbrauhaus and Canalside

posted July 22, 11:49 am on Artvoice Daily

Guest submission by Chris Ostrander It’s been a long time since this much news has come out about Canalside in such a short period of time. Aside from one small announcement that ECHDC will be waiting to develop the north portion of the Aud Block it’s been all great news for the epicenter of Buffalo’s […]

Maziarz in the Niagara Falls Reporter

posted July 22, 6:40 am on Artvoice Daily

The founder and Californian former editor of the now-gynophobic Niagara Falls Reporter, has only good things to say about his friend, Senator George Maziarz, who is retiring under a cloud of suspicion... (more)

Weppner Disavows 912 Blight Exploitation Strategy

posted July 22, 6:35 am on Artvoice Daily

Last week, I posted about 912 activist and Kathy Weppner volunteer  Laura Yingling’s search for pictures of blight that she could “use against Brian Higgins on Twitter and Facebook”... (more)

YAK Car Pic of the Day

posted July 22, 12:01 am on Artvoice Daily

If you were to ask, based on the view from the driver’s seat, which was my favorite car at last Sunday’s Western New York Region Cadillac & Lasalle Club show at Keyser Cadillac, the hand’s-down winner would be this 1940 LaSalle convertible coupe... (more)

Campaign Finance Tid Bits

posted July 21, 11:55 pm on Artvoice Daily

Reviewing the finance reports that candidates file with the New York State Board of Elections can reveal interesting bits of information. Just passing along a few items I came across. Running for office often requires candidates to tap into their personal funds... (more)

YAK Car Pic of the Day

posted July 21, 12:01 am on Artvoice Daily

When someone says “classic car of the fifties” I’ll bet a lot of you think of something like this 1959 Cadillac Coupe de Ville. Okay, maybe you’re not picturing it in Kensington Green like this one — I imagine a lot of you are picturing something in “Elvis Pink,” which wasn’t an official color but I’m sure a few were made... (more)

YAK Car Pic of the Day

posted July 20, 12:01 am on Artvoice Daily

Yesterday we mentioned last year’s inaugural Antique and Classic Car Show at The Buffalo History Museum; we also showed you a blue car with a red interior from another show in Saratoga Springs. So — here’s a car from that History Museum show, a 1947 Buick Super convertible... (more)

AV Photo Daily

posted July 19, 6:15 am on Artvoice Daily

YAK Car Pic of the Day

posted July 19, 12:01 am on Artvoice Daily

It’s looking like a busy August on the car show circuit. Saturday, August 2nd, is the 9th Annual Hemming’s Sports & Exotic Car Show at the Saratoga Automobile Museum in Saratoga Springs... (more)

Steam Donkeys Drink Beer, Welcome Back Rex Hobart

posted July 18, 5:23 pm on Artvoice Daily

Buffalo-based musical act and global think tank The Steam Donkeys (pictured below right) will be playing an at-home double-header this Saturday. At 4:30pm, the band will take the stage as part of the first annual Buffalo Brewers Festival at Canalside... (more)


posted July 18, 11:02 am on Artvoice Daily

Hats off to the United Way of Buffalo and Erie County’s 100 Women Who Care event. Look for the Artvoice Fashion Issue, coming soon! Photos by Emily Zimmermann  

Buffalo Brewers Festival @ Canalside

posted July 18, 9:38 am on Chew on This

Guys and Gals of Buffalo: here is the summer event you do not want to miss.  On Saturday, July 19 from 3pm-10pm, Western New York’s premier craft beer festival will take place at Canalside. Community Beer Works, Ellicottville Brewing Co... (more)

AV Photo Daily

posted July 18, 6:15 am on Artvoice Daily

Cuomo’s $10 Million Dollar Attack Ads

posted July 18, 2:25 am on Artvoice Daily

  It gets so tiring to see just about every campaign no matter the office spewing out negative attack ads that seek to destroy people instead of talking about issues. Andrew Cuomo has a campaign war chest of $35 million financed from wealthy special interest donors... (more)