The Buffalo author brings respectability to crime writing as husband Charles Rohlfs plies his art to the stage and design.
A deeper exploration of the South Buffalo site uncovers people and places contributing to the historic significance of the region.
The Buffalo Pitts Company's thresher made its mark in agricultural history right behind McCormick's reaper. Little known, though, was the company's pioneering aeronautical efforts that anticipated flight patterns to come.
In 1962, a little girl made a big presentation to President Kennedy during Pulaski Day ceremonies at Buffalo City Hall. A look at the thousands who filled Niagara Square that day.
After nearly a century, the architect of some of Chautauqua Institution's most defining buildings is revealed to be one of our most renowned. See how E.B. Green received the historic but forgotten commission.
The rich woodcut and watercolor work of John Reuben Chapin, magazine and book illustrator of the 19th Century, receives its due in this retrospective by a descendant.
A mysterious fire in the middle of a summer night sparked one of the most devastating fires ever to consume a WNY community. Traces of the event still remain in this Wyoming County village.
An historic pub tour of the early taverns and stagecoach stops that accommodated our ancestors along the dusty trails.