For more than 50 years, Dewey Michael's Palace Burlesk was a rollicking entertainment venue. A look at the last of Buffalo's big promoters and his legacy.
Ann Montgomery's Michigan Avenue landmark was the meeting place for generations of Buffalonians seeking grand entertainment, fine food and a convivial atmosphere.
The future of the former sanatorium in Perrysburg is questionable.
Lackawanna's Louis Dlugosz made a splash in the art world with his unique open sculpture. He subsequently made ripples as Diogenes criticizing modern art.
Warren Spahn developed his classic pitching style on the playing fields of South Buffalo, earning him a Hall of Fame career.
Raymond Hartman's magic act dazzled audiences in vaudeville theaters across WNY and the country.
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.