The story of how I arrived at The Spectrum is very corny and lame, but I’m going to tell it anyway.
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Orange Dog Club, the Buffalo-based musical project of UB student Tim Turner, visited The Spectrum’s newsroom last week for an intimate performance of stripped-down, guitar-driven indie rock.
Dancer’s Workshop, an entirely student-produced dance showcase, debuts May 12 at UB’s Katherine Cornell Theater.
One day, Isabel Yu was just a UB student looking for a side hustle.
Doing the nasty doesn’t have to sound nasty. Pick a song that gets you hard, not one that makes sex harder.
“Reflections of Impermanence,” the Department of Art’s class of 2023 senior thesis exhibition, opened to warm reception last Thursday evening at the Center for the Arts (CFA).
The Buffalo AKG Museum, formerly known as the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, is set to open this summer after over three years of transformative renovations. The museum’s vast expansion was funded by a $230 million capital campaign — the largest in the history of any Western New York cultural institution.
Buffalo might be primarily known for football, wings and cold weather, but look a little closer and it’s clear that there’s much more to it. It’s a city full of art, creativity and most importantly, great music.
Selma Blair delivered the final installment in UB’s 2022-23 Distinguished Speakers Series on Wednesday night with her service dog, Scout, curled up at her feet.
Audience members found themselves transported into the otherworldly and unusual cavern of Sarah Ruhl’s “Eurydice” as they entered the Center for the Arts (CFA)’s Black Box Theater this past weekend.
UB students employed visual art to create safe spaces, speak out and show support for the university’s transgender community in response to right-wing commentator Michael Knowles’ speaking engagement at UB Thursday night.
Zodiaque, UB’s pre-professional dance company, showcased their diverse talents in a series of performances last weekend at the Center for the Arts.
The Harlem Quartet delivered an immersive performance full of energy and humor to a packed Lippes Concert Hall last Saturday. The Grammy-winning string quartet played a uniquely diverse program that spanned several centuries, genres and styles, with a special focus on composers of color and female composers.
UB’s international clubs and cultural organizations will take the stage this Saturday for International Fiesta, an annual dance competition held at the Center for the Arts. The event, sponsored by the Student Association and UB’s International Council, will showcase the talents and cultures of the university community.
Celebrate Black History Month this February with local art exhibitions that highlight the contributions of Black visual artists. These three diverse exhibitions in Western New York bring Black art to the forefront:
Local band DaisyChain stopped by the newsroom in December to give the inaugural performance in The Spectrum’s brand new concert series. The three-piece rock group, fronted by UB electrical engineering senior Joseph Gogan, played a raucous set that featured both original songs and a host of classic covers.
Spring is right around the corner, and with it comes a wealth of dynamic campus arts events. From avant-garde dance showcases to nostalgic film screenings to Celtic fiddle music, there’s something for everyone to enjoy as the weather warms up.
There’s no doubt in Grace Greenan’s mind that she was born to make music.
The word “hospitality” connotes many things: warmth, friendliness, generosity. It conjures images of manicured guest rooms, of family gathered around a dinner table and of hotels and resorts. A hospitable person is accessible and welcoming, always making space for others — friends and strangers alike — in their home.
Soccer Mommy, the musical personality of singer-songwriter Sophie Allison, gave a vulnerable, visceral performance at the Town Ballroom last Friday. Her first-ever gig in Buffalo, Allison captivated the audience with a dynamic and heavy night of music.