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Home for the Holidays concert series benefiting Compass House, 12/9-29!

Home for the Holidays concert series benefiting Compass House, 12/9-29!

WHO: A herd of Buffalo musicians – ex-pats, re-pats, and immigrants
WHAT: Home for the Holidays concert series benefiting Compass House
WHEN: December 9th-29th – seven events in all
WHERE: Five different Buffalo music venues
WHY: To celebrate the many meanings of “home”

Home for the Holidays Concert Series Celebrates Buffalo and Supports Compass House

Series celebrates Buffalo with a wide range of artists who call the city home in some way

               There are many interpretations to the word “home.” For most people born and bred in Buffalo, this city will always be home no matter where they lay their head, and many musicians have sought other scenes to realize their dreams, often finding that these pastures are as gree

Historical Society Gift Shop Well-Stocked with Buffalo-Related Gifts

BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Welcome to one of the best gift shops in the area. Lauded for its many books about the region, the Historical Society Museum Store offers a wide selection of quality items related to the history of Western New York and its people.

The shop carries postcards, posters, fine gift items, children's books, and a wide selection of publications about Buffalo architecture, ethnic heritage, genealogy, the Arts & Crafts movement, and Frank Lloyd Wright. All purchases help support the museum's mission to collect, preserve and interpret the history of Western New York -- they also make amazing gifts at the time of year, and are a thoughtful way to spend locally and enhance engagement with the community

Maxine Hong Kingston Comes to Just Buffalo BABEL Series

Just Buffalo Literary Center’s 2010-2011 BABEL series continues with a talk by internationally-acclaimed Chinese-American author Maxine Hong Kingston on Wednesday, December 1, at 8:00 p.m. at Kleinhans Music Hall, 3 Symphony Circle, Buffalo.

 

Videos Allow WNY Travelers to Discover the Spirit of London Before Crossing the Border

Shops, restaurants, theater, cultural institutions, wineries, museums, markets, comfortable hotels, sports and recreation, slot machines, special events ... sounds like a fun and accurate description of Western New York, right?

Actually, the exciting and equally inviting city of London, Ontario, boasts many similarities to the Buffalo region. Maybe that’s why more and more Buffalonians are traveling to London for a quick getaway.

‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ Ready to Delight Theatre Patrons

A Western New York favorite — Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat — is ready to take the stage at the glorious and historic Grand Theatre in nearby London, Ontario, from November 24 through January 2. It’s a perfect opportunity to get away and relax a bit during the busy holiday season!

Featuring music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice, this production of Joseph is directed by Susan Ferley. 

Two Native American-Related Events at the History Museum, Nov. 20

The Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society and the New York Council for the Humanities are pleased to offer "Inventing Fashion: Iroquois Beadwork and the 'Art of Flowering,'" a FREE presentation to be given by author and scholar Deborah Holler.

 

EXCLUSIVE: "Central Park, Buffalo, NY: A Neighborhood of History and Tradition"

Proud Buffalonians and local history/architecture buffs have cause to celebrate this holiday season: a recently released book, “Central Park, Buffalo, New York: A Neighborhood of History and Tradition," telling the pictorial story of the beloved neighborhood, is now available.

The 214-page, full color, photo-based book focuses on one of the first planned neighborhoods in Western New York. This thoroughly documented coffee-table book takes readers on a tour of the Central Park’s graceful homes, historic churches and tree-lined streets. The book is available exclusively for sale at the Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society’s Museum Shop. The price is $39.95, and all proceeds go directly to the Museum.