As work on the HARBORCenter gets underway in Buffalo, we look back on the colorful history of the Webster Block.
From the horse-drawn era to the biggest fires in recent memory, learn the long history of the Buffalo Fire Department.
Beloved local artist Catherine Burchfield Parker, who passed away this past November, touched many lives through her vibrant watercolors, caring personality and artistic collaborations.
After facing possible demolition earlier this year, Buffalo’s oldest synagogue is poised for a restoration, to ensure it remains a beautiful relic of East Side history.
Travel across Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties, and explore the long history of the Erie Railroad.
The future looks promising for this regal opera house, once central to life in Medina because of its exciting performances and events.
With plans underway to revitalize Olmsted’s Riverside Park, we look back on the original design for a beautiful riverfront park in North Buffalo.
Painting for Preservation draws attention to threatened historic structures through art and photography.