For a time, Buffalo's East Side was home for Aretha Franklin.
South Buffalo native Chauncey Olcott entertained audiences with his songs and musical productions, simultaneously changing the nation’s perception of the Irish.
What began as a small church band has evolved to become one of Western New York's most unique musical ensembles.
Music still pours out of 145 Broadway, home to the historic Colored Musicians Club and its new jazz museum, which opened last fall.
An upcoming summer event at the Commercial Slip blends history and interpretive dance.
As the curtain rose on Buffalo’s premier symphony orchestra, the city desperately needed a suitable concert hall. Enter Edward L. Kleinhans and Mary Seaton, stage left.
Songwriter Jack Yellen and his rhymes helped bring “Happy Days” to a nation mired in the Great Depression. This is the story of the Buffalo boy and his wife Lucille, a Hollywood dancer and choreographer.
In the 1920s, a fire ravaged Gowanda and left only a pile of rubble where its grand Opera House once stood. The community was devastated, but a local businessman was waiting in the wings to construct its next great movie playhouse.