Working across the country as an Egyptian pharaoh, Japanese geisha and Indian Oil doctor, Edward Thorn entertained thousands of people during his career as a traveling performer. Thorn reached the peak of stardom with Buffalo Bill's Wild West, but also kept tight ties to Western New York.
What began as a small church band has evolved to become one of Western New York's most unique musical ensembles.
How the George A. Prince & Company reinvented the way people played music.
Television was born in Buffalo on May 14, 1948 when Channel 4 brought wrestlers and a ventriloquist into a select number of homes for the first time.
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.
From inside the shelter of a privileged life, she started to help people anonymously. Now the foundation she started has taken on a life of its own.
The restoration of Shea's entrance façade is more than an embellishment. It will be an important symbolic transformation.
Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear when the Lone Ranger first rode the Buffalo airwaves, created by the prodigiously prolific writer Fran Striker.