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2014/08/28 17:30
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The UB Humanities Institute has announced the first annual Buffalo Humanities Festival, to be held Sept. 26-27 at Buffalo State College, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and the Burchfield Penney Art...
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2014/08/28 04:41
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Local Chefs Offer Interesting Twists on a College Stapleby Judy Sperry, photos by Sarah BarryCollege diets may not be rich in nutrients and vitamins but they’re certainly rich in ramen. Next to pizza,...
2014/08/28 04:41
2014/08/28 04:41
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Helpful tips to get the most from higher education Being a college student is a full time job. An unpaid and demanding job that you can either walk away from with pride and success, or feel like you...
2014/08/28 01:33
2014/08/28 01:33
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Dec. 25, 1958 – Aug. 26, 2014 David R. LaForest, a senior territory business manager for Bristol Myers Squibb, died Tuesday in his South Buffalo home after a long illness. He was 55. Born in Erie,...
2014/08/27 01:33
2014/08/27 01:33
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Gregory B. Olma, the former Erie County legislator whose career in public office tanked more than a decade ago after he was accused of hurling racial and sexual slurs at two elections inspectors, is...
2014/08/23 01:03
2014/08/23 01:03
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June 10, 1940 – Aug.20, 2014 Louise Elizabeth Metlak, of Kenmore, a retired special-education teacher for the Buffalo Public Schools, died Wednesday in Kenmore Mercy Hospital, Town of Tonawanda,...
2014/08/15 22:03
2014/08/15 22:03
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Former Buffalo School Board President Barbara Seals Nevergold has been named chairwoman of the state’s Conferece of Big 5 School Districts, which represents the state’s largest urban school...
2014/08/14 22:03
2014/08/14 22:03
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Two weeks ago, when Mimie Sho-Sawyer’s uncle died of Ebola in Sierra Leone, she knew she had to do something. Even if she was thousands of miles away in Buffalo. So she gathered Buffalo’s West...
2014/08/14 04:41
2014/08/14 04:41
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Dressed to Thrillby Cory PerlaThe clouds clear and sunrays poke out to illuminate the backyard of the Albright Knox art gallery. It’s the perfect day for a photo shoot and today’s model is Grace Modi,...
2014/08/14 04:41
2014/08/14 04:41
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Buffalo State Fashion Department is cutting edge The clouds clear and sunrays poke out to illuminate the backyard of the Albright Knox art gallery. It’s the perfect day for a photo shoot and today’s...
2014/08/12 13:03
2014/08/12 13:03
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By Alan Pergament I've been on record before predicting that Channel 7's Desiree Wiley eventually will become a TV star and move to a bigger market. But she isn't one now and it's a disservice to...
2014/08/09 20:03
2014/08/09 20:03
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Chris Sullivan Polito was with the Buffalo Jills from 1971 to 1985 as a cheerleader and cheerleading director. Today she’s chairwoman of the board of directors for the Buffalo Jills Alumni...
2014/08/09 01:33
2014/08/09 01:33
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They called themselves the “liftoff party” – the 15 people who gathered Friday to watch the 8,000-pound cupola being removed from the north tower of Corpus Christi Catholic Church. The East Side...
2014/08/07 18:30
2014/08/07 18:30
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The college selection process is the latest battlefield over class advantage, where acceptance to the school of choice not only determines the quality of education but also improves students’ chances...
2014/08/07 00:03
2014/08/07 00:03
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Oct. 8, 1931 – Aug. 6, 2014 Virgil J. DeSimone, a retired Clarence teacher and Army veteran, died Wednesdayin his Clarence Center home after a long battle with cancer. He was 82. Born in Oakfield,...
2014/08/06 06:24
2014/08/06 06:24
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He was born July 21, 1970, in Easton, Pennsylvania, a son of Sherry Bishop Chuss and the late Michael J. Chuss, Sr. He was a 1989 graduate of Jamestown High School and a 1993 graduate of Buffalo...
2014/08/06 02:41
2014/08/06 02:41
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Will there be money for cleanup or for investor subsidies? Tumors that are the result of pollution afflict more than one-third of the largemouth bass in the Buffalo River, which is the body of water...
2014/08/06 01:41
2014/08/06 01:41
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ON THE ELMWOOD VILLAGE HOTEL After having owned and lived at 605 Forest, directly abutting the new proposed hotel, for more than 30 years and having sold my property and moved to get away from the...
2014/08/06 00:33
2014/08/06 00:33
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March 4, 1919 – Aug. 5, 2014 Anita Lindner Bonn, a retired Buffalo public school teacher known for educating children as well as parents, died Tuesday in her Buffalo home after a long illness. She...
2014/08/06 00:03
2014/08/06 00:03
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Aug. 14, 1974 – Aug. 4, 2014 Caryn J. Reardon, a Depew elementary school teacher, died Monday after a long battle with cancer. She was 39. Mrs. Reardon, of Lancaster, was born in Buffalo. She...
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