Western New York Heritage magazine’s editors, past and present, reflect on the organization’s first two decades.
We examine the isolated gazebo on the Erie County Medical Center campus.
As the Erie Canal opened up the nation's interior to the industrialized East, businessmen were eager to exploit the now-accessible natural resources of Western New York. Stephen White and the East Boston Timber Company found just what they were looking for on Grand Island.
In 1966 M&T Bank entombed a time capsule within One M&T Plaza’s cornerstone. While replacing the plaza’s stone exterior recently, workers unearthed the capsule. Here we take another look at the capsule and Buffalo in 1966.
Catch up on the progress of the Buffalo Walk of Fame and take another look at 2010 inductee, tap dancer Michael Dominico.
Once iconic enough for a Charles Burchfield painting ("Rainy Night"), Buehl's Building fell into disrepair until Roger Trettel brought the corner of Broad and Ellicott Street back to life.
Chester Oakley always claimed his Shrine of North American Martyrs in Auriesville, NY made his reputation, but the self-educated Buffalo architect left several remarkable landmarks in our region.
Charles Grifassi is on a mission to beat bureaucracy and commemorate Buffalo's best.