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For many, beer, football and Zubaz are what make Buffalo fall truly great. For others, that’s exactly what makes it truly torturous. Regardless of the season, Buffalo’s arts and entertainment provide endless possibilities for weekend plans, but only if you only know where to look. Here are six places to keep an eye on for new things to do in between homework assignments – aside from the Albright-Knox, Buffalo’s most obvious choice for consuming art.
Seven community agreements govern feminist conversation at UB: Ouch, oops, explain; Don’t yuck my yum; Move up, move back; Las Vegas rule; Speak from “I;” Enough, let’s move on; One MC, one mic.
Hannah O’Rourke, a SUNY Buffalo State graphic design student, said she couldn’t believe how much talent was in one basement.
Brandon Schlia, founder of local record label Steak and Cake Records, will celebrate his birthday as well as the fifth anniversary of the label this Saturday at his Lafayette Avenue basement venue, Curly’s.
Despite saying they would never be back, The Dodos returned to Buffalo on Thursday.
On Thursday, Oct. 8, indie folk duo The Dodos will return to Buffalo for its second show at Mohawk Place.
Spring Fest is upon us so get your ID cards ready. Whether you started jamming to these five bands when the lineup was first released or you still have no idea who these hipster bands are, this playlist will get you up-to-date A.S.A.P. Don’t let yourself be “that guy” at the show who only knows the words to the songs on the radio – consider this your Spring Fest crash course.
With her hair in a bun, a slight southern twang, ballet shoes tethered to her backpack and a smile on her face, senior dance major Farrah Thompson is about to jeté across the finish line.
Spring has arrived in the Queen City, which means Buffalo has
traded snow banks for mud pits. Whether you enjoy the rainy season or not,
there’s one place you always want water to fall – your bathroom. May flowers
aren’t here yet, but at least you can smell like one by jamming out in an April
shower (baths are cool, too).
On Wednesday night at 8 p.m., folk rock band The Decemberists, hailing from Portland, Oregon, played a sold-out show on the Mainstage Theater in the UB Center for the Arts – or the “Buffalo Contemporary Arts and Celebration Center,” as frontman Colin Meloy called it.
Understandably, this spring is probably the most highly anticipated one in a long time. Spring doesn’t officially start until March 20, but maybe listening to some beach-worthy tunes will trick the weather into getting brighter a little bit early.
Brimstone Blondes is a glam-funk-surf-pop party. It’s almost as if Lou Reed and Talking Heads had a baby and made him go to parties at David Bowie’s house as a child.
Students don’t have to travel to Punjab to get a taste of Bhangra. The folk dance, which comes from the northwestern state of India, has grown a home on campus in Student Association club UB Bhangra.
When attendees walk into the Mainstage Theater in the Center for the Arts on Valentine’s Day, they will hear the sounds of a full band, bass and percussion. But they will only see 12 men.