The winners in our 2013 student essay contest delve into Tuscarora beadwork, a historic Lockport barn and the wonder of Niagara Falls.
Beloved local artist Catherine Burchfield Parker, who passed away this past November, touched many lives through her vibrant watercolors, caring personality and artistic collaborations.
A never-before-published watercolor depicts the Brayley & Pitts Company, the Erie Canal and the New York Central Railroad, among other fascinating details.
Landscape painter Arthur Kowalski was more than a brilliant artist — he was an arts advocate, musician and businessman who left behind an impressive and lasting legacy.
An upcoming summer event at the Commercial Slip blends history and interpretive dance.
Painting for Preservation draws attention to threatened historic structures through art and photography.
Former Executive Editor John H. Conlin remembers this renowned local photographer.
When wallpaper became a design phenomenon, M.H. Birge & Sons was a leader in quality and sales. Explore this local business’s rise and fall, and how it shaped our community.