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UB Men's Hoop is nationally ranked
History continues to be made over there at UB. What a time to be apart of the overall student body and apart of the strong athletics department. It was just last week that the UB Football team made history with their best start ever and a major chance to win the MAC Championship...
It’s the breakout film of the summer
Photo Credit: WIll Packer Instagram
Girls Trip just made history as the first film starring, directed, produced and written by African-Americans to reach the $100 million mark! Woot!
After four weeks at the theaters, the raunchy comedy surpassed the $100 million milestone at the domestic box office, m…
The Oldest Picture on Record of Buffalo, NY! Check This Out!
I love this stuff. Thanks to our friends at the Buffalo History Museum for giving us this picture!
The American Hotel, on the west side of Main Street between Court and Eagle streets, was destroyed by fire on March 10, 1850. It was one of 99 buildings constructed by Benjamin Rathbun from 1835 to 1836…
THROWBACK: Pro Booze Women March Down Niagara Square
The movement for the prohibition of alcohol began in the early 19th century when Americans concerned about the effects of drinking began forming temperance societies. By the late 19th century, these groups had become a powerful political force – including here in Buffalo...
How Old Is Buffalo, NY’s OLDEST Bar?
Do you know Ulrich's Tavern? The Buffalo bar is located at 674 Ellicott Street in Buffalo, NY, and is reportedly Buffalo's OLDEST bar, according to Buffalo.net. It is one of the oldest coninuously operating taverns in WNY as well. The tavern was founded in 1868 as a grocery saloon and it h…
Tree Full of Shoes
It sounds strange to us, but apparently there is a tree known as the Shoe Tree, actually several trees.
The Shoe Tree of Middlegate in Western New York is said to have been started by a newlywed couple who was in a fight that ended with good fortune...
Local 'Screaming Tunnel'
Not too far from Buffalo, NY, is the Screaming Tunnel. This tunnel runs beneath the Grand Trunk railroad tracks in Niagara Falls just off Warner Road, which is actually pretty cool, but the ghost story that accompanies the bridge is somewhat disturbing -- at least to some...
Beneath the Canal
The Culvert Road tunnel in Medina, NY, is the only place where you can cross UNDERNEATH the Erie Canal. Not that you could get us to try it...that sounds creepy. The man-made Erie Canal was created to provide easier access between the Atlantic and the Great Lakes Region...

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