Anytime some mentions all the snow we get in Western New York, most people in the 716 say at least we don't have hurricanes, wildfires, or alligators. While now it looks like we will have to cross off alligators that list as a fisherman found some lurking in a pond in the town of Clarence.
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CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y (WIVB) — If you’re unfamiliar with the name Evette Phillips-Garcia, surely you’ve heard of her foundation We R Buffalo Strong. The non-profit volunteer organization has served Buffalo’s homeless population for years, providing homecooked meals year-round including holidays. On Wednesday, July 6, Phillips-Garcia plans to share her love of food in another way with […]
It’s peak ice cream season—and vegan flavors are (finally) making its mark on menus. Here’s a taste of what local purveyors are scooping up, sans dairy. Rosie’s Handcrafted Ice Cream (431 Main St., East Aurora) rotates through five of 18 handcrafted vegan flavors for its cones and milkshakes plus different fruit-themed and tropical sorbets. Threat Level Midnight, a Belgian dark chocolate and Dutch cocoa in an oat-milk base, is one of its most popular vegan options. You’ll also find Cookie Butter Brunch, featuring brown sugar and a cinnamon oat-milk base along with cookie butter and Biscoff cookies.
A shot of the front entrance of Jim's Restaurant in Cheektowaga, New York.Photo by J.M. Lesinski. When it comes to amazing value for portions, Jim’s Restaurant just off the 90 in Cheektowaga, New York has it down to a science. Jim’s is famous for being one of the few 24-hour restaurants in South Buffalo, as well as for their amazing prices for big helpings of classic American food.
Not a bad way to kick off the opening day of bass season. With a record-breaking fish. Thomas Russell Jr., of Albion, New York set a New York State record for smallmouth bass. He reeled in an eight-pound, six-ounce from Cayuga Lake in Seneca County on June 15, the opening day of bass season. It beat the previous record by two ounces, which was a tie between fish caught on Lake Erie in 1995, and in the St. Lawrence River in 2016.
CAYUGA, N.Y. — The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced a new state record for a smallmouth bass that was caught on June 15 on Cayuga Lake. DEC officials say an 8 pound, 6 ounce bass was reeled in by Thomas Russell, Jr. of Albion. They...