Thanks to a reader submission, we get to share another unique image from the epic theatrical productions.
We extend our coverage of the BLC with a collection of race photos spanning the years 1905-1960.
Alexander von Humboldt never visited Buffalo, yet the city pulled out all the stops to commemorate the centennial of this influential scientist’s birth.
A freak accident changed the path of John R. Oishei’s career, but his giving nature was a life-long constant, and has left a vibrant philanthropic legacy that continues to impact Western New York in the 21st century.
The Buffalo Launch Club is widely considered the first power boat club in the world. Here we survey many of the highpoints of its long and fascinating history.
The second installment of our three-part series examines the final years leading up to America’s declaration of war in 1917, as tensions rise and the region deals with issues of ethnicity and preparedness.
As part of their city-wide park design for Buffalo, landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux created a then-unique series of wide, tree-lined streets to connect the public spaces, which they labeled “parkways.”
Situated between New York and the western states, Buffalo was an important transportation center in the days of the Erie Canal. Learn about the habits, sights and sounds of the Central Wharf – and about it's sudden destruction.