While thought of for its acoustic splendor today, Kleinhans Music Hall served as a multi-faceted beacon of morale during the dark days of the Second World War.
Stunning images of the hall's construction that we were unable to include in the print edition.
Even before the passage of Title IX, Buffalo was a pioneer in women's professional sports.
We explore some lesser-seen cataracts, courtesy of a 1920s rotogravure.
A group of amateur preservationists are determined to save Cattaraugus County's unique Civil War memorial.
Historic preservation efforts and heritage tourism have a measurable impact on the region's economy. A recent study supports this claim.
Recent tragic events involving deep-sea exploration efforts prompted this look back at a Western New York-built success story.
A 1932 exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art had a tremendous impact on American ideas about public housing design—especially in Buffalo.