The Pierce-Arrow motor car company went from manufacturing luxury cars to building trucks for the army during WWI.
Controversy over the Pan-Am artwork created by Evelyn Rumsey Cary. The official logo and emblem was viewed by some as too risque and a spoof to poke fun at the criticism resulted in an alternate version of the poster.
Hamburg's flirtation with big business, big dreams – and big disillusionment.
The postwar Buffalo Bills were gifted with talented players and loyal fans. So why did they only last four years?
A spectacular downtown fire and the heroic death of a fireman are just a part of the incredible story behind Thomas Le Clear's "Interior With Portraits."
The Mohawk Hotel is one of the many buildings to be demolished for the preferred site of the convention center. Here is the story behind its construction.
A look at the life of the building with the gold dome.
Before the days of mass-produced multiplexes, Main Street was lined with the Italian marble and Czechoslovakian crystal of Buffalo's movie palaces.