Lost for decades, the reliquary of St. Joseph's Cathedral is a stunning work of art and a moving testament of faith. Paul Lubienecki helps to unravel the mysteries of its origins and creation.
In the 1930s and 40s, "The Chez" was the place to go for a glamorous night out. Sandy Sease recalls the history of this iconic Buffalo restaurant, as only a family member can.
A freak accident changed the path of John R. Oishei’s career, but his giving nature was a life-long constant, and has left a vibrant philanthropic legacy that continues to impact Western New York in the 21st century.
A bronze likeness of the 26th President was recently unveiled to further enhance the Buffalo residence where he was inaugurated.
Myndert Dox led an eventful life in Western New York. New evidence suggests he may also have a claim to being the first person to open a brewery in the village of Buffalo.
A significant part of Buffalo's history is now the backdrop for a new attraction at Canalside and the Outer Harbor.
When a fire erupted in the M.H. Birge & Sons Wallpaper Company factory in December 1880, the workers – many of whom were children – had little time to escape. John H. Grandits looks at the Birge fire as an example of the dangers of child labor.