A 1932 exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art had a tremendous impact on American ideas about public housing design—especially in Buffalo.
Find out how the work of energetic entrepreneurs caused a Chautauqua County hamlet to become known as “The Buckle of the Grape Belt.”
This German immigrant, along with his family, engaged in a diverse array of ventures, the impact of which is still felt today.
We take a look at a view of Downtown Buffalo from years past.
The evolution of this rural district from one-room schoolhouses to modern classrooms mirrors the experience of many such districts around the region.
One of the most influential newspaper men in 19th Century America had connections right here in Western New York.
Olmsted’s bicentennial provides an opportunity to examine the impact of his Buffalo park system on the development of one of the city’s neighborhoods.
We take a look at the origins—and remnants—of what was once called “Buffalo’s Two-Million-Dollar Playground.”