A 1932 exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art had a tremendous impact on American ideas about public housing design—especially in Buffalo.
Not many units from Western New York were present during the Battle of Gettysburg. But two artillery officers left a legacy—in very different ways.
This German immigrant, along with his family, engaged in a diverse array of ventures, the impact of which is still felt today.
Research into this little-known congregation contributes to our knowledge of Buffalo's African American community.
This first-of-its-kind monument was unveiled in
Buffalo this September.
The Lumber City’s Ukrainian population has played an important role in the community’s history since the late 19th century.
Did Olean’s police chief Jack Dempsey actually arrest Al Capone? We take a look at the theories and evidence.