Getting in the Christmas Spirit in Buffalo Niagara

You can’t always just turn on the Christmas Spirit like a light switch – some of us need a little help. Get a few Christmas Spirit pointers here. by Max Fisher Need a Christmas Spirit boost? Try our ideas below! Get in the Spirit of the Season Just because it’s...

Theater Review: Hamilton @ Shea’s Buffalo Theatre

Hamilton is back in Buffalo as brash and brilliant as before, but with a different cast, some new choreography, and a slightly different vibe. by Ann Marie Cusella Hamilton is back at Shea’s Buffalo Theatre It’s Back Hamilton is back in Buffalo as brash...

Theater Review: Smart People @ Ujima Theatre Company

Smart People is a smart play with very smart dialogue that is both hilarious and thought-provoking about themes of racial and sexual politics that are ever present in our national psyche but never fully understood. by Ann Marie Cusella Smart People is now playing at...

Places to go Ice Skating in Buffalo Niagara

Ice-skating during the holiday season is a magical thing. Take advantage of it & don’t miss out on one of the few real forms of magic we have. by Max Fisher Ice-skating is magic no matter what age you are Ice Skating in Buffalo Niagara Has anyone ever pinned...

Exploring Clarence

From massive stores that have whatever you want in one place, to a slew of great restaurants, Clarence truly has everything that would entice average Joe’s or the more sophisticated amongst us alike. by Max Fisher Discover some of the attractions of Clarence, NY –...

Theater Review: All Is Calm @ MusicalFare Theatre

On Christmas Eve in 1914 in the trenches on the Western Front of The Great War, German and Great Britain troops called an unofficial truce. by Ann Marie Cusella All is Calm can be seen at the MusicalFare Theatre in Amherst, NY The Christmas Truce On Christmas Eve in...

Theater Review: Hand to God @ Road Less Traveled Theater

A foul-mouthed evil little hand puppet named Tyrone is on stage at RLTP on the arm of Dan Urtz, who just this week was co-winner of the Artie Award for Outstanding Leading Actor in a Play for this role! by Ann Marie Cusella Dan Urtz and Tyrone, the stars of Hand to...

Theater Review: The Band’s Visit @ Shea’s Performing Art Center

Imagine an isolated tiny desert town somewhere in Israel in 1996, where the inhabitants say today is exactly like yesterday and tomorrow will be exactly like today. by Ann Marie Cusella The Band’s Visit is playing at Shea’s The Band is Visiting Imagine an...

Theater Review: Looped @ New Phoenix Theatre

Looped is based on a true story, and fictionalized by by Matthew Lombardo. by Ann Marie Cusella Looped is at the New Phoenix Theatre until November 20th. Die!Die! My Darling! Looped recalls a recording session in which the actress Tallulah Bankhead was tasked with...