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Things 2 Do this weekend in WNY
BUFFALO, N.Y. — As the smoke across the state clears out, the weather across Western New York should be beautiful this weekend and there are some things 2 do!. Below is a list of concerts and events that are happening between June 2-4. June 9, Stress Dolls, 6:30 p.m....
Attention Shoppers! A New Aldi Opening In Western New York
Everyone has their favorite place to buy groceries and it may even be a place that you are willing to drive a little extra to get to. In Orchard Park, New York, there is a grand opening planned for Western New York's newest Aldi!. The big news lately in the...
Buffalo Restaurant Offering Buy 10 Wings, Get 10 Free
It's no secret that the number one food in Western New York are wings. It's not only the most popular dish in Buffalo, but it's become part of the city's identity. However, over the last three years, the price of chicken wings has skyrocketed. It's not at all uncommon to visit a place and pay $16-17-18 dollars for 10 wings. If you find a good place that is selling less than $14, then that's a huge win.
STAR fades to black as WTSS signs off
It was an emotional end of an era Friday as WTSS STAR 102.5 signed off as part of a station sale by owner, Audacy Radio, to a religious broadcasting company, EMF.
Katt Williams comedy tour coming to Buffalo in October
Comedian Katt Williams announced Friday that his "The Dark Matter Tour" will come to Buffalo's KeyBank Center this October.
Former Broadcaster Tom Jolls Has Died at 89 — A Look at His Legacy
It’s with a heavy heart that we share the news that Tom Jolls aka “Commander Tom,” best known for being a WBKW anchor and a children’s show host, has passed away. He was 89 years old.Tom's family announced his death of Wednesday, June 7, 2023. “It's 11 o'clock, do you know where your children are?" was one of his iconic phrases.Tom's fans and admirers have taken to social media to pay their respects, but folks are wondering about his cause of death. Here’s the full scoop.What's was Tom Jolls's cause of death?Prayers up! According to WBKW, Tom passed away at...
Massive Bear Wandering Near Lancaster, New York [PICTURE]
If you have a bird feeder and you live in the Lancaster or Alden-Marilla area, keep an eye out for bears moving through looking for a snack. The spring weather sure has been interesting here in New York State. From lots of rain and mud in April to super dry with wildfire smoke in May and June, we have seen it all! But beyond the weather, there are other things that people are witnessing from Mother Nature.
A ‘Star’ Fades In Buffalo, While Another Launches.
Buffalo’s “Star 102.5” WTSS signed off today at 10am ahead of Educational Media Foundation taking over the station which the Christian media group purchased from Audacy – along with WFLP Memphis – for $15.5 million. “Star 102.5” signed off with local favorite Goo Goo Dolls “Iris.” Morning host Rob Lucas, who has been with the station for nearly 40 years and through numerous format changes hosted the last show on “Star 102.5.”
The New Star 96.1 Shines in Buffalo
Townsquare Media gives fans of Star 102.5 a new place to call home on the Buffalo airwaves: The New Star 96.1.
Erie County SPCA investigating animal abuse and abandonment
The Erie County SPCA posted on Facebook Wednesday two separate incidents where dogs were left in vulnerable situations.
The next chapter is set to begin for the storied Buffalo AKG Art Museum
A major moment for one of Buffalo's greatest masterpieces the Buffalo AKG Art Museum, formerly known as the Albright Knox Art Gallery, is now just days away.
A Goodbye For Star Ahead Of Friday Format Flip
Audacy Buffalo air talent Rob Lucas announced that the final day of Star 102.5 (WTSS) as a Hot AC will be Friday, June 9. The station will flip to a Christian music format at 10a. The change comes after Audacy sold WTSS in a package deal to Educational Media Foundation in April.
21st Music is Art Festival: 27 stages, 250 bands; 4 boats for Michigan Street bridge closure
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — Robby Takac, the president and founder of local nonprofit Music is Art and bassist for the Goo Goo Dolls, on Thursday morning announced plans for the 21st annual Music is Art Festival. This year’s event will take place on Sept. 9 from 11 a.m. until1 a.m. the next morning at Buffalo […]
Remembering the TV legend who will forever be associated with the word 'Salubrious'
If you grew up in Western New York in the 70’s and 80’s and 90’s you knew Tom Jolls. “He was a very humble man. He wasn’t someone who sought the spotlight. The spotlight found him,” said longtime colleague John DiSciullo, now with WBBZ TV.
Borderland Announce Daily Lineup and Anyday Single Day Tickets
Borderland Festival, one of Upstate New York’s most popular music and art festivals, is set for September 15th-17th at Knox Farm State Park, just 15 minutes from downtown Buffalo. This three-day festival, celebrating its fifth year, centers around bringing together more than 20 bands to perform improvisational and collaborative jam sessions on 2 stages. Aside from the killer musical lineup, the festival will also host a range of artisans, axe throwing, Kidsland, local chefs and food trucks, plus craft beer, distilled spirits, and wines from local brewers. You don't want to miss out on Buffalo’s party of the year!
Murder Mystery Dinner Show –June 10, 2023- Buffalo, NY
Murder Mystery Dinner Show on June 10, 2023 from 6pm to 9pm a the Hilton Garden Inn at 10 Lafayette Square. Tickets are $67.95 for a four course dinner, iced tea and coffee and interactive comedy murder mystery show. Future Dates- June 10, 24, July 15, August 19, September 16.
Half Priced Pizza In New York State
The next pizza night for your family is about to be half the price! For a limited time, one of the nation's most popular pizza chains is offering a 50 percent off deal when you order on their app. Pizza is one food that MOST of the family will agree...
Check Out The Inside of The Junior League’s Decorators’ Show House In Buffalo
This bi-annual event draws hundreds of people who help this local organization raise millions of dollars for locals non-profits in Western New York
KeyBank Delavan-Grider Farmers Market to return to east Buffalo on June 22
Market will be held weekly to address food insecurity by bringing fresh, local produce to east Buffalo. To continue and build upon efforts to encourage sustained, meaningful and transformational change in east Buffalo, KeyBank, Buffalo GoGreen and Providence Farm Collective are once again partnering to launch a weekly farmers market in the city’s Delavan-Grider neighborhood.
“The Best Weekend of Summer” Allentown Art Festival returns for it’s 66th year
BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — As part of News 4’s new segment, “Festival Friday,” we spoke to Philippe Deterville, the Treasurer of the Allentown Art Festival Board, Friday morning. Deterville has been on the board for 16 years, and encourages the community to come out and visit the festival. “It’s just an exciting time, the best […]
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