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"Experimental, Emotional, Intentionally Perverse: The Best of American Poetry 2001"

(09/19/01 4:00am)

At times experimental, at others emotional, and still others intentionally perverse, "The Best of American Poetry 2001" anthology delves deep into the most contemporary and relevant poetry to date. An annual series, the collection of 75 poems features a new guest editor every year. Scribner Poetry Press features Robert Hass as this year's star judge.



UB Professor Draws Bright Picture of Buffalo's Future

(09/17/01 4:00am)

"Desiderio," Bruno Freschi's 40 intaglios on display at UB's Center for the Arts through Oct. 6, is one of the many local artistic events celebrating the city of Buffalo during the Pan-Am Expo's one-hundredth anniversary. But unlike most others, Freschi's show does not depict the region's past lives. Instead, "Desiderio" illustrates Freschi's projections of how Buffalo and the shores of Lake Erie will change over the next 100 years.



"University Web Page Features Student, Faculty Digital Creations"

(09/05/01 4:00am)

Even though Picasso might be turning over in his grave, the art world is undeniably and forever altered from the introduction of the computer. Since photographers and painters alike can create works of art without traditional media, such as paint and paper, with the help of computer programs, digital artwork is becoming an important subset of modern art.


Still the Best Wings Ever?

(09/05/01 4:00am)

Buffalo's culinary landmark, the Anchor Bar, off Main Street, seems to still be an excellent choice for a nice, after-work meal or a lively weekend gathering as the food compliments a very pleasant, classic Buffalonian setting. A longtime Western New York favorite, frequented by locals and celebrities alike, the Anchor Bar is mildly nostalgic, and offers a great plate of wings, just as it always has been.