Filled with rage, Americans vowed to never forget the USS Maine, which exploded near Cuba in 1898. Now we remember the key role a local steel company played in raising the wreckage and honoring her crewmembers.
From sensational murder trials to cultural disputes with the Seneca Indians, Buffalo attorney Jacek Wysocki chronicles the development of law and the legal profession on the Western New York frontier.
Songwriter Jack Yellen and his rhymes helped bring “Happy Days” to a nation mired in the Great Depression. This is the story of the Buffalo boy and his wife Lucille, a Hollywood dancer and choreographer.
Ira Pettit’s journey from Wilson to the horrors of Andersonville provides an evocative look at a Civil War Everyman.
On the surface, the Devil’s Hole “Massacre” of 1763 seemed to be a violent slaughter of British soldiers by the Seneca Indians. But new research reveals this event may instead be the earliest recorded job action in Western New York.
As Buffalo’s Electric Tower celebrates its hundredth anniversary, we showcase some of its brightest days.
Despite its sometimes turbulent history and recent closure, St. Adalbert’s Basilica remains one of the region’s most beautiful places of worship.