Forty years ago, Apollo XI landed the first men on the moon, thanks in no small part to the contributions of Western New York.
Glezen Fillmore was more than your everyday minister. Braving the untamed wilderness of Western New York in the 19th century, not even wolves were enough to stop Fillmore from delivering his message.
Wilson Bentley was fascinated by snowflake design, aesthetically and scientifically. His example should serve as an inspiration to all.
The editor takes a look at famed artist Thomas Cole's work relating to WNY.
Louis Le Couteulx stood out among the early settlers. The adventurous representative of a famed French family was the first Catholic to settle in Buffalo. He was also the first philanthropist.
The master shipbuilder Moyse Hillaret, who was chosen to participate in the grand plan of exploration, became an enemy of La Salle.
Throughout his long and active life, Bennett privately recorded his eyewitness views of historic events. His words now provide us with a unique glimpse behind the series.
Wilson Greatbach has been at the heart of genius since inventing the pacemaker 45 years ago. He continues to explores new worlds for the benefit of mankind.