If you’re anything like me, you have a character from a TV show that makes you feel seen. When you watch it, you feel a sense of comfort, feel included in something much bigger than your own life and most importantly — you see yourself.
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The year is 2014.
A sold-out crowd, five famous country musicians and good old-fashioned storytelling are a few things that fans got to experience at UB last week.
Anyone who walks into one of Buffalo’s “Taylor Swift Nights” will find the same things: glitter, costumes, screams of “f—k the patriarchy,” and a whole lot of dancing.
The country music genre, and its artists, have long been praised for feeling like family. But now, artists are leaving because they feel the community has become more hostile and insular.