As this winter's snow melts and sunshine returns to the area, our thoughts move to the National Pastime. We take a look at some lesser-known big leaguers who left their mark on baseball in the late-19th and early-20th centuries.
A boy's dream turns to golden history with amateur boxing during the 1950s.
The postwar Buffalo Bills were gifted with talented players and loyal fans. So why did they only last four years?
The city park was once home to the Country Club of Buffalo prior to its move to Amherst.
Buffalo received the focus of all eyes in the world of golf when, for two days in the month of August 1912, its most revered club hosted the USGA Men's Open Championship.
The Director of the Pedaling History Bicycle Museum shares his discovery of a landmark building complete with rare interior descriptions.
Warren Spahn developed his classic pitching style on the playing fields of South Buffalo, earning him a Hall of Fame career.