Western New York Heritage magazine’s editors, past and present, reflect on the organization’s first two decades.
Matthew Biddle shows two examples of how technology is bringing history to a wider audience.
Photos from the early 1920s capture the fun of a blustery Queen City winter.
An annual Turkey Trot runner himself, Matthew Biddle presents the history of the oldest consecutively run footrace in the country.
Opened 90 years ago, the E.B. Green-designed Buffalo Athletic Club Building characterized the transition of Niagara Square from a top residential address to an important civic center.
Music still pours out of 145 Broadway, home to the historic Colored Musicians Club and its new jazz museum, which opened last fall.
From the unveiling of Thomas Edison’s kinetoscope to Buffalo’s Film Row to The Natural, which filmed 30 years ago this summer, we have a long and colorful history with the movie business.
A new memoir gives an intimate look at Rochester’s only Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house and sheds more light on its history.