Our executive director travels to several European scenes that were featured in a pair of our 2019 stories, and visits the locations where Western New Yorkers made history.
We mark the two-year closing of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery's Elmwood Avenue facility with a retrospective on the institution's beginnings and physical evolution.
Over 17 summers, students and other volunteers worked with faculty from SUNY Buffalo State and SUNY Buffalo to excavate an Iroquoian site in West Seneca. Their results provide an excellent case study for the value of archaeology.
1996 excavation of the Marine Drive Apartments parking lot reveals the foundations of Wheeler's Hotel.
Lockport-born Othniel Marsh was one of the late 19th century's top paleontologists, but his feud with Edward Cope divided the scientific community and forever tarnished both men’s reputations.
Lost for decades, the reliquary of St. Joseph's Cathedral is a stunning work of art and a moving testament of faith. Paul Lubienecki helps to unravel the mysteries of its origins and creation.
Recent archaeological excavations by the Allegheny Valley Project in Cattaraugus County have shed some light on pre-contact Natives, but have also raised more questions about their lifestyle.
The buffalo, which was a composite of clay and papier mache, was painted to look like bronze.