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The Art of Smuggling: At press time, Leston Lawrence, 35, an employee of the Royal Canadian Mint in Ottawa, was awaiting a court decision on charges that he stole $140,000 worth of thick gold coins ("pucks") that, over time, were taken from the mint in his rectum. The mint's "highest security measures" never turned up a puck on or in Lawrence; he was arrested after the mint investigated a tip that he had sold an unusual number of them for someone of his pay grade. [Washington Post, 9-21-2016] ■ Sovereigns! The director of the Caribbean Cultural Center at the University of the Virgin Islands, facing foreclosure of her home by Firstbank Puerto Rico, decided she was not really "Chenzira Davis-Kahina" but actually "Royal Daughter Sat Yah" of the "Natural Sovereign Indigenous Nation of ... Smai Tawi Ta-NeterAwe," and she and her equally befuddlingly named husband have sued the bank for $190 million in federal court (and begun the flood of incomprehensible paperwork). The couple's law of "Maat" conveniently holds that attempts by federal marshals to seize their property would double the damages to $380 million. [Virgin Islands Daily News, 8-22-2016] ■

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in alleged stalking incidents. [MLive.com, 10-132016]

BY CHUCK SHEPHERD

CAN'T POSSIBLY BE TRUE Kids as young as 6 who live on a cliff top in China's Atule'er village in Sichuan province will no longer have to use flexible vine-based ladders to climb down and up the 2,600-foot descent from their homes to school. Beijing News disclosed in October, in a report carried by CNN, that a sturdy steel ladder was being built to aid the 400 villagers after breathtaking photographs of them making the treacherous commute surfaced on the internet earlier this year [http://cnn.it/2f2PCon] [CNN, 10-26-2016] ■

THE PASSING PARADE

JUDICIAL ACTIVISM. ■ Jackson County, Michigan, judge John McBain

briefly gained notoriety in October when a Michigan news site released courtroom video of a December 2015 hearing in which McBain felt the need to throw off his robe, leap from the bench and tackle defendant Jacob Larson, who was resisting the one court officer on hand to restrain him. Yelling "Tase his ass right now," McBain is shown holding on until help arrived -- with Larson perhaps undermining his earlier courtroom statements claiming it was his girlfriend, and not he, who was the aggressor

2,600 foot climb to get to school in China village

Tiny Thrills: (1) The town of Warley, England, announced it has applied to the Guinness people for the honor of having the world's smallest museum. The Warley Community Association's museum, with photos and mementoes of its past, is housed in an old phone booth. (So far, there are no "hours"; visitors just show up and open the door.) (2) The recent 100th anniversary of America's National Park Service drew attention to the park in Guthrie, Oklahoma -- 10 feet by 10 feet, behind the post office and dating from the original Land Office on the spot in 1889. (According to legend, the city clerk, instead of asking the government for land "100 foot square (100 feet by 100 feet)," mistakenly asked for "100 square feet.") [Conde Nast Traveler, 10-172016] [KFOR-TV (Oklahoma City), 4-8-2016] ■

ROUND UP THE USUAL SUSPECTS ("YOUTH PASTORS") Sentenced to six years in prison for sex with teenage girls (September): former Youth Pastor David Hayman, 38 (Hackensack, New Jersey). Sentenced to six months in jail for sending inappropriate texts to teenage boys (August): former Youth Pastor Brian Burchfield (Shawnee, Oklahoma). Charged and awaiting trial for impregnating a 15-year-old girl (October): Youth Pastor Wesley Blackburn, 35 (New Paris, Pennsylvania). Sentenced to 10 years in prison for sexual abuse of a 16-year-old girl (September): former Youth Pastor Brian Mitchell, 31 (North Olmsted, Ohio). Charged and awaiting trial for luring teenagers into prostitution (October): Youth Pastor Ron Cooper, 52 (Miami). Sentenced to 90 days in jail as part of a sex assault case involving a 13-year-old girl (September): former Youth Pastor Christopher Hutchinson, 37 (Parker, Colorado). [The Record (Hackensack), 9-23-2016] [KFOR-TV (Oklahoma City), 8-242016] [Associated Press via Washington Post, 10-15-2016] [Cleveland.com, 9-8-2016] [WFORTV (Miami), 10-19-2016] [KMGH-TV (Denver), 9-30-2016] ■

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WED 11/16 TUE 11/15 SAT 11/12

DIZZY WRIGHT

Not many21 year old rappers can say that they’ve been rapping for over a decade.Formerly known as Dizzy D Flashy, Dizzy was a winner on BET’s “Wild Out Wednesdays” and the winner of the Sheikh Music “Rip The Mic” competition.

MOUNT MORIAH/Jake Xerxes Fussel

Ninth Ward At Babeville Tues Nov 15th 8pm $12/$15 DOS The North Carolina-based band Mount Moriah will be performing songs from their new album “How To Dance.” Heather McEntire’s voice is stellar and the addition of the horns heightens the drama as the guitars swirl.

Bobby Angel & Friends Present: A Tribute to CSNY

Nietzsche's Wednesday November 16 9pm $5 @the door $4 w a food donation to benefit Friends of the Night People Expect to hear some fine harmonies. Featuring Bobby & the Love, Grace Stumberg of The Joan Baez Band, Sam Sugarman, David Ebersole, The Middlemen, Russian Hands, Michael Schenkel & Auroraborealis.

THU 11/10

RENAISSANCE

Tralf Music Hall Thurs Nov 10th 8pm $30 adv/$35 DOS Renaissance is a band of progressive rock pioneers who came from one of the coolest English bands ever, The Yardbirds. They will be performing songs from their new album, “Symphony of Light.”

THU 11/10

SHENANDOAH Rockwell Hall Thurs Nov 10th 8pm $32 to $40 When country music lovers talk about the greatest groups in the genre, Shenandoah is always mentioned. Fueled by Marty Raybon’s distinctive voice and the band’s skilled musicianship, Shenandoah recorded nine albums and placed 26 singles on the Billboard Country Charts.

FRI 11/11

STEPHANE WREMBEL & HIS BAND

Sportsmen’s Fri Nov 11th 9:30pm $20 adv/$23 DOS French-born guitarist/composer is just beginning to make his mark as one of the most original guitar voices in music. His new album, “Origins” touches upon everything from blues to flamenco to rock.

SUN 11/13

WAYNE HANCOCK Sportsmen’s Sun Nov 13th 4pm $20 Wayne “The Train” Hancock has been the undisputed king of Juke Joint Swing- a combination of honky-tonk, western swing, blues, Texas rockabilly and big band. With his unmistakable voice, “The Train” sings a reckless honky-tonk that can raise the dead. The ghost of Hank Williams lives.

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BPO PREMIERE’S VOX HUMANA at Canisius College BY JAN JEZIORO

EVENTS Tues, 11/15, 5:30 pm, Larkin Square Mark Slouka, Nobody’s Son, memoir by former Harpers’ editor, formidable essayist & novelist Mon, 11/21, 5:30 pm, Larkin Sq. conversation Wed, 11/23, 5 pm, Elmwood store signing Margaret Creighton, Electrifying Fall of Rainbow City 1901 PanAm comes alive in vivid detail Your purchase of books at our events is critical to their continued success ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ READ TO LIVE READ TO LEARN +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ SHOP LOCAL, GROW BUFFALO Check our USED BOOKS at Main St. and sale selections at both locations ROB DEEMER

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he Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra has enjoyed a long and warm relationship with Canisius College, performing once during the academic year at the Montante Cultural Center, the wonderfully repurposed former church located on Main Street, on the Canisius College Campus. BPO Music Director JoAnn Falletta will be on the podium when her orchestra next returns to the Montante Center on November 15, at 7:30pm, for a concert featuring the world premiere performance of a new work, Vox Humana, by Fredonia School of Music composer Rob Deemer. Anna Mattix, the BPO’s English horn player, initially requested Deemer to compose a work for English horn and orchestra. But, Deemer decided to include a part for soprano after discovering the existence of a rare cousin to the English horn from the early 19th century called the ‘vox humana’, a name that suggested a far grander concept for the piece. Deemer worked with the award-winning poets Ilyse Kusnetz and Brian Turner, who wrote poetic texts describing the plight of refugees from around the world. Tragically, Ilyse Kusnetz passed away only two months before the premiere of the work.

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“When Anna Mattix, asked me to write a work for her and the orchestra”, says Deemer, “I researched the history of the instrument to see if I could find any interesting aspects that could be used compositionally. Through that research, I discovered that a cousin of the English horn named the ‘vox humana’ had been invented at the end of the 18th Century, but disappeared a few decades later. I loved the name of this long forgotten instrument for three reasons - its descriptiveness of the timbral character of the English horn, its suggestion that a human voice could be used in the work, which led to the inclusion of the soprano part, and its inference to a much broader concept of the voice of humanity writ large and the plight of the human condition”. Soprano Danielle Buonaiuto will be the featured vocalist in Vox Humana. “After Anna agreed to allow me to include a voice part - her father was a singer - I contacted Brian Turner, a good friend and award-winning poet to help me create the text for the work”, says Deemer. “Turner quickly suggested that this would be a wonderful opportunity to collaborate with his wife, noted poet Ilyse Kusnetz, and several months later they delivered a heart-rend-

ing poetic text that spoke to the plight of refugees from currently war-torn areas such as Libya, South Sudan, Syria, and Afghanistan. Taking this region as a cue for my musical material, I incorporated a number of aspects from the performance technique of the Duduk, an Armenian double-reed instrument that has its origins in the Middle East and central Asia. These aspects include a haunting, lyric quality, the incorporation of florid ornamentation, and the common use of drones underneath the performance of the instrument. The penultimate line in the text reads ‘These are the names of those we’ve lost’. These words added immense poignancy when, less than two months after the text was delivered, Ilyse passed away. While I was never able to meet Ilyse in person during our collaboration, she was very much on my mind as I composed the work and will always be indelibly linked to her beautiful words. I have dedicated the work to Anna Mattix and to Ilyse Kusnetz”. The program, which also features the Canisius College Chorale under its longtime Director Frank Scinta, includes Gabriel Fauré’s early choral masterpiece, the Cantique de Jean Racine, composed some twenty years before his exquisite Requiem, and exhibiting some of the refined simplicity of that later work. Grammy-winning American composer Eric Whitacre composed his Five Hebrew Love Songs to poems written by his then girlfriend, Israeli soprano Hila Plitmann in 1996 and later adapted them for chorus in 2001. The earlier version of Beatus Vir (Psalm 111), for 5 voices, double chorus, 2 oboes, 2 organs, double strings and continuo in C major (RV 597), by Antonio Vivaldi, is the most often performed version, due in part to the triumphant concluding “Gloria Patri” movement in which the choruses sing with vigor and convey a sense of angelic majesty. The very full program will conclude with a performance of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s magnificent final symphony, the Symphony No 41 in C major K 551, known as the “Jupiter”. Tickets: $25 general admission; $12 students


BOOKS | GRAPHIC TRAFFIC DOCTOR STRANGE: THE FLIGHT OF BONES By Various (Authors) and Various (Illustrators) Marvel Comics (Publisher) Review by Maia Bankhead. Just how long can you let your past haunt you? How long can you handle distancing yourself from others? Sorcerer S t e p h e n Strange tests these limits in the stories within this graphic novel. In The Flight of Bones arc, Doctor Strange finds himself searching for answers about a strange chain of robberies and the supernatural spontaneous combustions of regular civilians. And to top it all off, he’s suffering from deterioration of motor function in his hands, making it more difficult for him to cast spells. The writers of this story mixed fantasy and noir, giving Doctor Strange a darker feel that is hard to find with him nowadays while still having him make witty banter, even in the middle of a fight. The artists, sticking with the theme, chose a noir art style and often used cooler colors, like lavender and blue hues. The other stories included were a range of humorous to psychologically disturbing, depending on the team in charge of the presentation. The overall personality I got from this graphic novel reminded me of what I’ve seen from the trailers for the movie “Doctor Strange.” If the film’s producers follow this theme, then the movie will be spectacular.

SUPERMAN: AMERICAN ALIEN By Max Landis (Author) and Various (Illustrators)DC Comics (Publisher) Review by Gabriel Allandro. In Superman: American Alien, Max Landis has crafted a thoughtful, emotionally evocative tale that manages to do what has often been thought impossible: make Superman relatable, with his inner doubts, his fears, his insecurities all on display. What is it like, always being aware that you are unique, and will forever be on the outside, looking in at the “normal people” you so desperately want to be? In that inner struggle, Landis makes Clark Kent one of us, forever alone in his thoughts and feelings, isolated from the majority, and lucky when he finds someone to trust, to love. But as philosophical as the book is, Landis always finds time for the laughter that provides life’s texture (and trust me, Clark gets himself into some utterly ridiculous situations!). The illustrators shift tone as Clark ages, the art growing sharper, more defined, mirroring Clark’s inner growth and increased understanding of himself and his place in the world. Ryan Sook’s cover art provides the crowning piece: people of all ages, races, ethnicities and sizes wearing the Superman emblem, while Clark is nearly unnoticed. The message is clear: We are all Super; our commonalities are stronger than that which divides us.

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La Soupe BY JOE GEORGE

over an open fire.

CHEF JOE GEORGE “Good soup is one of the prime ingredients of good living. For soup can do more to lift the spirits and stimulate the appetite than any other one dish.” –Louis P. De Gouy

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oup is delicious and nutritious, no doubt, but it’s also exceedingly easy to make. If you can boil water, you can make soup. Even soup’s foundation—stock or broth—which is often perceived as laborious, is simple to make. And, like making bread, there’s something about a simmering soup pot that is nostalgic. Soup is the original comfort food. Soup is also a chameleon of foods: on one hand it’s as basic as simmering meat and/or vegetables in liquid to create a simple yet nutritious meal, but it can also be the epitome of culinary refinement, such as bisque or consommé. It’s origins, though, undoubtedly lie on the humble side. From its earliest days soup is said to have evolved from the practice of boiling meat in a vessel

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The word soup is derived from the Middle English, sop, or sup, referring to a stale piece of bread onto which hot broth was poured, thus giving a slight meal some substance. To eat in this fashion was “to sup;” this is also from where the modern word “supper” is derived. The classic French Onion Soup is one of the truly ancient soups remaining today: broth, onions, and bread (the thick topping of cheese is a modern and more luxurious addition). Soups can be divided into two basic categories: broth soups and thick soups. Thick soups can be further defined into subcategories of cream soups, purées, thickened soups (those that are thickened with the addition of a starch, such as flour or cornstarch), and self-thickening soups (made with legumes, grains, pasta, etc.). In its most simple form soup is nothing more than a collection of ingredients that have been boiled together, but this simple recipe will often produce a “simple-tasting” soup. However, when basic culinary principles are applied, a few simple ingredients can become an incredible soup (sauté or sweat the vegetables, for example, rather than simply boiling them; add stock or broth to the soup instead of water). Interestingly, while there are seemingly countless soup recipes available, their preparations are often similar: heat a pot with a small amount of oil or butter, add vegetables and allow them to sweat, cover with broth, skim and season the

soup, and simmer it until a desired doneness. To thicken soup a starch is usually introduced while sweating the vegetables, and then broth is slowly incorporated. Simply said, soup making is as straightforward as the aforementioned directions, follow those guidelines and you can make soup out of almost anything, within reason of course. The most crucial instruction within those simple directions is “cover with broth.” Stock or broth is without doubt the most important ingredient in any soup recipe, and unfortunately, this is also the area of soup making that is sometimes thought of as drudgery, but it shouldn’t be. Many view stock making as a lengthy and complicated process when it’s actually quite simple. True, stock or broth does necessitate a few hours to cook, but they need very little tending as they cook, and the outcome is far superior to a powdered base, bouillon cubes, and even the canned varieties that are so plentiful today (ok, yes, I—a professional cook—sometimes use canned broth at home out of convenience but it doesn’t compare to homemade). The benefits of homemade stock or broth are many; they can replace much of the fat and sodium in a recipe—when you add stock to a recipe you add flavor. With a full-flavored stock or broth the simplest food preparation becomes something special. A flavorful stock or broth is very simple to produce, yet the process that takes place is nothing short of alchemy—extracting and conveying the flavor and nutrients from the meat, bones and vegetables into the simmering water. The main difference between broth and stock is that stock is made by simmering bones and vegetables in water, whereas broth takes its full flavor from the addition of meat, thus broth is more costly to make. Stocks and broths are interchangeable in soup making, although broths usually have a fuller flavor because of the inclusion of meat in their recipes. Stocks and broths can be made ahead in large batches and frozen in small increments for

future use. When making stock or broth always start with cold water, this encourages the release of gelatin, albumin and nutrients that are in all animal products. Gelatin and albumin are water-soluble proteins that dissolve in cool or warm water. If the bones and meat are immersed directly into hot water in an attempt to speed the cooking process these proteins will coagulate too quickly, and the resulting product will be cloudy and insipid. Stocks should be simmered slowly; boiling them will also yield a liquid that is murky in both appearance and flavor. When simmered slowly the resulting stock will be crystal clear and offer a more well rounded flavor. Another important factor in stock making is the ratio of water to flavoring ingredients (bones, vegetables, and meat). The flavoring ingredients should be added to a pot with cold water poured over them. For a concentrated broth or stock the water should just cover the ingredients. If too much water is added to the stockpot the outcome will be watery and diluted. And stocks should not be salted as they cook— salt is added to recipes in which the stock is used, this offers the cook control over sodium content. After a stock or broth has simmered slowly for a sufficient amount of time it should be carefully strained through a fine mesh colander or cheesecloth. An easy method for removing any accumulated fat is to refrigerate it overnight. The fat will rise to the surface and will be able to be lifted off in large pieces. The resulting broth will be good enough to drink as is, or used as the base to any soup.

Rich Soup Stock

Makes about 12 cups 5 pounds chicken bones 2 pounds pork bones 1 medium onion, quartered 1 medium carrot, cut into thirds 4 ribs celery, cut into thirds 4 cloves garlic, crushed 2 bay leaves 10 whole black peppercorns


1 gallon cold water, or enough to cover the ingredients by an inch Combine all of the ingredients in a heavy-bottomed stockpot. Bring slowly to a boil over medium-high heat. Lower the heat to a slow simmer and skim any impurities that may rise to the surface. Simmer the stock very slowly for approximately 4 hours, and then strain it through a fine mesh sieve or colander. Refrigerate or freeze until needed.

Easy Chicken Broth

Makes about 12 cups 3 pounds chicken wings 2 onions, peeled and cut in half 2 whole cloves garlic 2 ribs celery, cut into quarters 2 carrots, peeled and cut into quarters 1 bay leaf 12 whole black peppercorns

1 cup milk (optional) Heat the butter in a large heavy soup pot over medium-high heat. When it begins to bubble add the ham, onions, carrots, celery, and garlic. Sauté the vegetables and ham for approximately 5 minutes, or until they are soft and translucent but not browned. Stir in the potatoes, chicken stock, thyme, salt, and black pepper. Bring the soup to a boil then lower the heat to a simmer; skim any impurities that may have risen to the surface. Simmer the soup for 45-60 minutes, stirring often. Using a wire whisk, gently break apart some of the potatoes to give the soup some viscosity. If adding the milk, do so directly before serving the soup, and do not boil it once the milk has been added.

1 cup diced cabbage 1 cup chopped cauliflower 1 cup diced tomatoes 1 cup chopped kale 8 cups chicken broth 1/4 cup lemon juice Heat the oil in a medium soup pot over medium-high heat. Add the onion, carrot, celery, parsnip, and turnip. Cook the vegetables in the oil for about five minutes, allowing them to release their flavor but not brown. Add the garlic, curry, turmeric, cumin, hot pepper, and salt; saute for another couple minutes. Stir in the cabbage, cauliflower, tomatoes and kale; stir to coat the vegetables with oil and spices. Stir in the broth. Bring it to a boil, then lower the heat to a simmer. Cook the soup for 30-60 minutes, skimming as necessary; if it becomes to thick add more broth. Taste it for

1 teaspoon salt 1 gallon cold water, or enough to cover the ingredients by an inch Combine all of the ingredients in a heavy-bottomed stock pot and place over medium-high heat; bring the liquid slowly to a boil. When the broth begins to boil, skim any impurities that may rise to the surface, then reduce the heat to a very low simmer. Simmer the broth very slowly—bubbles should just be breaking the surface—for 3-5 hours. Occasionally skim the foam that rises to the surface. Strain the broth through a fine sieve; reserving the meat from the wings for another use. Refrigerate or freeze until needed.

POTATO CHOWDER

Potato Chowder

Curried Vegetable Soup

Makes about 12 cups 3 tablespoons unsalted butter 12 ounces diced lean ham 1 cup diced onion 1/2 cup diced carrots 1/2 cup diced celery 2 teaspoons minced garlic 2-1/2 pounds peeled and diced potatoes 6 cups rich soup stock 1 teaspoon thyme 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon black pepper

Makes about 12 cups 3 tablespoons canola oil 1 small onion, diced 2 carrots, diced 2 stalks celery, diced 1 parsnip, diced 1 turnip, diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 tablespoons curry powder 1 teaspoon turmeric 1 teaspoon cumin seed 2 teaspoons crushed hot pepper 2 teaspoons kosher salt

seasoning, and add the lemon juice just before serving.

Split Pea Soup with Garlic and Smoked Sausage Makes about 12 cups 3 tablespoons canola oil 2 cups diced smoked sausage 1 small onion, diced 2 ribs celery, diced 1 carrot, diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 pound split peas, cleaned and

rinsed 1 potato, diced 8 cups chicken broth 1 teaspoon salt Heat the oil in a medium soup pot over medium-high heat. Add the sausage and cook it for a few minutes, until it releases some of it’s fat and begins to brown. Add the onion, celery, carrot, and garlic; cook the vegetables with the sausage for a few minutes, until the vegetables begin to cook but are not browned. Add the peas, potato. Broth, and salt. Bring the pot to a boil, then lower it to a simmer. Cook the soup for about an hour, stirring frequently. If it becomes to thick add more broth.

Butternut Squash Bisque with Apple and Toasted Walnuts Makes about 6 cups 2 tablespoons butter 1 small onion, peeled and diced 2 tablespoons flour 2 tablespoons sugar 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon allspice 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon black pepper 2 pounds peeled and diced butternut squash 2 cups chicken stock 1 cup heavy cream 1/4 cup chopped, toasted walnuts 1/2 cup small diced apple Melt the butter in a small pot over medium heat and add the onions. Sweat the onions over medium heat for 5 minutes or until they are translu­cent. Add the flour and stir over medium heat for 2 minutes. Stir in the sugar, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg, salt, pepper, and diced pumpkin; sauté another minute. Add the stock and simmer for 15-20 minutes, or until the squash is very tender. Add the cream and simmer for 1 or 2 minutes longer. Puree in a blender or food processor. After ladling the soup into warm bowls, garnish it with the toasted walnuts and diced apple. artvoice.com | nov 10 nov 16

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CCS ONCOLOGY TO CHALLENGE INDEPENDENT HEALTH Over Decision

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Drop Provider From Network

By Tony Farina

CCS

Oncology, the region’s second largest oncology group, will be going to State Supreme Court in a matter of days in an attempt to stop Independent Health from droppinging insurance coverage for more than 500 of its cancer patients, effective Jan. 1, an action that CCS Oncology says threatens the very existence of the cancer treatment provider.

CCS Oncology, facing the looming Jan. 1 deadline, has decided to pursue legal action in the nearly two-year long dispute and has hired Buffalo attorney Paul Joyce (Colucci & Gallaher PC) to take the fight to court.

tunately, we have not been able to agree on such an arrangement with CCS, which negotiates on behalf of its affiliated physicians.” The insurance company said it is aware the

“We’ve asked them [IH] from the beginning, when the first analysis was done in the first quarter of 2015, to provide us with the data,” said Dr. Yi. “We said, give us the data and let us see...maybe we can learn from our peers. But they denied giving us the data.” 8

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CCS continued to ask for an opportunity to validate the Independent Health numbers, but again the request was denied.

Dr. Yi added that for a “not-for-profit [Independent Health] to threaten the validity of a private practice in a free-market society is wrong.”

In a statement, Independent Health said on Tuesday that it notified 22 oncologists at CCS Healthcare (CCS) “that it will not renew its contract with them, effective Jan. 1, 2017. This non-renewal does not apply to the 51 other non-oncology providers at CCS, including primary care physicians and other specialists.”

And Dr. Yi disputes the cost-analysis cited by Independent Health in making its decision, saying that data showing that CCC’s costs were as much as 50 percent higher for treatment of lung and breast cancer has to be flawed because CCS follows all the same guidelines as other local cancer treatment groups.

In a final proposal, Independent Health wanted to withhold 20 percent of the reimbursement for CCS for the year (2016) which would then be paid if CCS’s numbers were within 10 percent of its peers. CCS Oncology rejected that proposal and then Indepdendent Health advised in May that it would be dropping CCS from its network come Jan. 1.

Dr. Yi said Independent Health’s decision has resulted in doctors not referring patients to the health care provider, saying “we’ve already seen a 20 to 30 percent drop in patient referrals. It is threatening our very survival.”

“It is based on flawed cost analysis,” says Dr. Won Sam Yi, the CEO and chief medical director of CSS Oncology, of the decision by Independent Health to drop CSS oncologists from its provider network. “They are trying to put us out of business.”

But Dr. Yi says 30 to 40 percent of CSS’s cancer patients will be dropped from coverage by Independent Health’s decision effective Jan. 1, and will be forced to find new doctors and go somewhere else for treatment at a critical time in their lives.

10 percent of the other groups, and a third found the 50 percent increase in treatment for breast and lung cancer, numbers that were also disputed by CCS.

“We will be filing in short order,” said Joyce this week, saying the CCS oncologists “want to continue to care for their patients.”

action may be unsettling to some of CCS’s patients, and that’s why they provided members with a six-month warning instead of usual 90 days.

Independent Health says its action was the result of a strategic decision “to move away from the inefficient and costly feefor-service payment system toward a network of select oncology specialists who have agreed to a value-based reimbursement model.”

For the record, Independent Health, based in Amherst, ended 2015 with a $44 million loss on premium revenue of $2 billion, including operating losses of $49.4 million, according to published reports. It was the second consecutive year of operating losses, The company ended 2014 with a $60 million deficit on premium revenue of $1.8 billion.

Independent Health says the move is in line with national and local trends in the health care industry, driven in large part by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), to move away from a fee-forservice model for reimbursing providers. In its statement to this newspaper, Independent Health said “we have been able to partner with other oncology providers in this community in this regard but, unfor-

In its first analysis of CCS costs covering the first quarter of 2015, Independent Health said CCS’s costs were 109 percent more expensive than other local groups in its network. “We said that’s impossible, we follow all the same guidelines as our peers,” said Dr. Yi. A second cost analysis found CCS within

For its part, Independent Health says “the health care industry and CMS are rapidly moving to value-based payment models which are designed to improve the quality and lower the cost of care by reimbursing physicians for the efficient use of services, reducing errors, attaining clinical excellence, and improving care outcomes.” Independent Health said it began assisting members affected by its decision to drop CCS last June, helping to ensure “access and a smooth transition to another oncologist in our network of oncology group partners that include Buffalo Medical Group, Cancer Care of WNY, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, and other community oncologists.” The question, however, is what happens to the patients and doctors at CCS Oncology who are dealing with the fast-approaching deadline that will change their care and possibly the future of the second largest cancer treatment group in the area. We’ll keep you posted on the court case once it begins, a high-profile legal battle in the ever-changing world of the delivery of health care services.


THEATER | ON THE BOARDS

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Chris Evans, David Lundy & Kate LoConti in Kavinoky Theatre's THE 39 STEPS:

OPENING A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, comedy by William Shakespeare presented by UB Department of Theatre & Dance, directed by Stephen Wisker. Nov 16-20, Wed-Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2. UB Center for the Arts Drama Theatre (645-ARTS). THE TASK: MEMORIES OF A REVOLUTION, multimedia production of a play by Heiner Müller presented by Post-Industrial Productions, directed by Bob Van Valin, starring Liyah Blazer, Drake Chaney, Leo DiBello, Xavier Harris, Tim Joyce, Josiah Mallory, Josh Robinson, Bekki Sliwa. Nov 10-19, Thu-Sat at 8, Alleyway Theatre, One Curtain Up Alley (998-4271).

ONGOING CRIMES OF THE HEART, drama by Beth Henley presented by Second Generation Theatre Company, directed by Greg Natale, starring Jake Albarella, Bethany Burrows, Charmagne Chi, Arin Lee Dandes, Ben Michael Moran, Jessica Wegrzyn. Through Nov 20, Thu-Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2:30. Lancaster Opera House, 21 Central Ave., Lancaster (6831776). www.lancopera.org EQUUS, drama by Peter Schaffer presented by The Irish Classical Theatre Company, directed by David Oliver,

starring Vincent O’Neill, PJ Tighe, Margaret Massman, Greg Gjurich, Wendy Hall, Kelsey Mogensen. Through Nov 20, Thu & Fri at 7:30, Sat at 3 & 7:30, Sun at 2. Andrews Theatre, 625 Main St. (853-ICTC). www.irishclassical.com 4000 MILES, play by Amy Herzog presented by Jewish Repertory Theatre, directed by Saul Elkin, starring Marissa Biondolillo, Ellen Horst, Sara Kow-Falcone, Nick Stevens. Through Nov 20, Thu at 7:30, Sat at 4 & 8, Sun at 2. The Maxine and Robert Seller Theatre, 2640 North Forest Road, Getzville (688-4114 x391). www.jewishrepertorytheatre.com HOW TO MAKE FRIENDS AND THEN KILL THEM, comedy by Halley Feiffer presented by ART of WNY, directed by Maura Nolan, starring Sue McCormick, Melissa Levin, Mara Morris. Through Nov19, Thu-Sat at 8. 330 Amherst St. (697-0837). www.artofwny.org THE MUSIC MAN, musical by Meredith Willson presented by The Niagara Regional Theatre Guild, directed by Fran Newton, starring Chris Turton, Michelle Holden, Chris Andreana, Amy STURMER, Paul Bene. Through Nov 20, Fri & Sat at 7:30, Sun at 3, plus Nov 19 at 3. Ellicott Creek Playhouse, 530 Ellicott Creek, Tonawanda (260-2319). www.niagaratheatre.com

ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST, drama by Dale Wasserman, adapted from the book by Ken Kesey, presented by Subversive Theatre, directed by Michael Lodick, starring Thomas LaChiusa, Victor Morales, Diane DiBernardo-Blenk. Through Dec 3, Thu-Sat at 8. Manny Fried Playhouse, 255 Great Arrow Ave., third floor (408-0499). www. subversivetheatre.org

7:30, Sat at 2 & 7:30, Sun at 2. Leary Theatre, Clet Hall on NU campus (2868685).

THE 39 STEPS, play by R.C. Sherriff, directed by David Lamb, starring Chris Evans, David Lundy, Christian Brandjes, Kate LoConti. Through Nov 20, Thu & Fri at 7:30, Sat at 3:30 & 7:30, Sun at 2. Kavinoky Theatre, 320 Porter Ave. (8297668). www.kavinokytheatre.com

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TENDERLY: THE ROSEMARY CLOONEY MUSICAL, by Janet Yates Vogt & Mark Friedman, directed by Doug Weyand, starring Louis Colaiacovo, Debbie Pappas. Through Dec 4, Wed & Thu at 7, Fri at 7:30, Sat at 3:30 & 7:30, Sun at 2. MusicalFare Theatre, 4380 Main St., Amherst (839-8540). www.musicalfare.com TRUE WEST, play by Sam Shepard, directed by Scott Behrend, starring David Mitchell, Matt Witten, Robert Rutland, Tina Rausa. Through Nov 20, Thu-Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2. Road Less Traveled Theater, 500 Pearl St. (629-3069). www.roadlesstraveledproductions.org

CLOSING AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, touring production of the Broadway musical presented by Shea’s & Albert Nocciolino. Through Nov 13, Thu at 7:30, Fri at 8, Sat at 2 & 8, Sun at 2 & 7. Shea’s Performing Arts Center, 646 Main St. (1-800-745-3000). MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION, drama by Bernard Shaw presented by The Shaw Festival. Through Nov 13, Thu at 7:30, Fri at 8, Sat at 2 & 8, Sun at 2. Shea’s 710 Theatre, 710 Main St. (1-800-745-3000). www. sheas.org/710main STAGE DOOR, play by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber presented by Niagara University Theatre, directed by Amanda Lytle Sharpe. Through Nov 13, Thu at 7, Fri at

THE UNFORTUNATES, play by Aoise Stratford presented by Red Thread Theatre, directed by Josephine Hogan, starring Kelly Meg Brennan. Through Nov 12, Thu-Sat at 8, plus Nov 9 at 8. Jim Bush Studios, 44 17th St. (445-4653). www. RedThreadTheatre.info

EXTREMITIES, drama by William Mastrosimone presented by Desiderio’s Dinner Theatre, directed by Jay Desiderio, starring Lisa Ludwig, Patrick Moltane, Lisa Hinca, Kelly Cammarata. Through Nov 13, evening shows arrival at 6, show at 7:30; matinee shows arrival at 1, show at 2:30. Bobby J’s Italian American Grille, 204 Como Park Blvd., Cheektowaga (395-3207). www.mybobbyjs.com RHAPSODY, immersive multimedia theater experience presented by Torn Space in collaboration with Flatsitter, directed by Dan Shanahan and Melissa Meola, starring Bonnie Jean Taylor, Becky Globus, Dechen Dolkar, Diane Gaidry. Through Nov 27, Thu-Sat at 7, plus Nov 27 at 7 (no performance Nov 24). Added performance Nov 16 at 7. Adam Mickewicz Library and Dramatic Circle, 612 Fillmore Ave. (812-5733). www.tornspacetheater.com

UPCOMING A MIDSUMMER’S DYKE’S DREAM, comedy by Shawn P. Northrip presented by Buffalo United Artists and Brazen-Faced Varlets, directed by Lara D. Haberberger, starring Heather Fangsrud, Jennifer Gembka, Stefanie Warnick, Haberberger. Nov 18-Dec 10, Fri & Sat at 8. Alleyway Theatre’s Main Street Cabaret, 672 Main St. (886-9239). www.buffalobua. org/www.varlets.org NUNCRACKERS: The Nunsense Christmas Musical, musical by Dan Goggin presented by Rocking Horse Productions, directed by Leigha Christina Doyle, starring Gail Graesser, Liz Staley, Artie Vanderpool, Alexandria Watts. Nov 25-Dec 11, Thu-Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2:30 (Nov 26 at 2:30 instead of 7:30). Lancaster Opera House, 21 Central Ave., Lancaster (683-1776). www.lancopera.org artvoice.com | nov 10 nov 16

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On Your Side & On Your Side & In Your Court In Your Court

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BOOK REVIEW

military -- though the marines were her favorite fighting force. “They taught me bone-deep the difference between a war correspondent and a girl reporter.” And the feeling was mutual -- they considered her “one of their own” -- even going so far as creating a memorial to her. I do think there still was a piece of the “heart of the girl” expressed in many of the moments she chose to give homage too, whether it was the shot of a marine playfully dancing about with a group of school girls in Santa Domingo (page 92), or the demystifying photo of Castro in the jungle accompanied by the two most powerful woman in his life -- one looking bored and the other making a clown face at the camera (page75).

Dickey Chapelle Under Fire: Photographs by the First American War Correspondent Killed in Action by John Garafolo hile reverently holding the weighty collection of photographs in John Garofolo’s book, Dickey Chapelle Under Fire, I innately turned the pages with a delicate hand, partially out of respect for Dicky Chapelle’s artistry with a camera, and partially out of respect for the sheer guts it took to be present to bear witness to the ravages of wars -- but mostly out of the same kind of respect she herself must of felt for the human condition she was recording. The photograph on the book cover says it all. You can feel the tension of the presence of the enemy lurking right outside the edges of the photo, while a dozen brave soldiers run straight towards it off camera. But then one is forced to realize there is a woman standing behind a lens that caught that moment, while she herself was backing into the thick of that enemy. Dickey Chapelle brought much honor to herself while bringing honor to the men who valiantly took those steps into the face of death. I felt tears welling up just reading the testimonials to her formidable legacy by her esteemed colleagues, in remembrance of a beautiful woman who broke down gender barriers and gave up her life to show the bits of “life that exist where death hovers.” And yet only a small circle of fellow journalists and publishing colleagues would even know the name Dickey Chapelle. The minute dose of recognition she received during her lifetime pales to the scope and impact of the photographic legacy she left behind. For over two decades she went to war with a camera, from the shores of Iwo Jima during WWII to the jungles of Vietnam in the 1960’s -- with numerous so called “small” wars in between, embedding herself with military units on the front lines, documenting war’s rebels, freedom fighters, nurses and doctors, famine aid workers, and every branch of the American

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Yes, Chapelle was a woman whose rose up to meet the same challenges a man faces and sloshes through during wartime. She began in 1942 but as we have come to appreciate in 2015, each gender inevitably makes their own mark and brings “their own game” to the table. Thus showing a woman’s view through her photos makes her none the less powerful, only uniquely more-so. With her snapshots she stopped time, suspending life for a millisecond. But the power of her images does not stop there. One can hear, see, and feel the scene that was taking place before and continued long after the click of her camera. (Such as the jovial exchanges I imagine went on between the two soldiers trying to rustle up some grub in a ditch on a makeshift grill made of the innards of a blood shipping case on Iwo Jima in 1945). That’s the real teeth and beauty of her work: Static pictures with the power of a living, breathing, moving memory. And she risked her own life in doing it almost every step of the way. I am disappointed that there are only small snippets of details about her life included in the book. But then, her photographs are the main attraction, laid out in the manner of a one woman gallery showing, moving enough to leave me wanting to see more….and know more about her life. For that there is her autobiography, What’s a Woman Doing Here. Dickey Chapelle Under Fireis a moving important legacy to Dickey Chapelle as well as the many men and woman who run head first into harm’s way in order to protect those present, those left behind, and humanity as a whole. I must say it was my honor to write this review, about a book -- and a woman -- whose creative life’s work was so passionate and so honorable.


OPENING SHOTS BUFFALO, NY

MRS. WARREN'S PROFESSION production comes to Shea's 710 Main Theatre Top: Radiant Nicole Underhay who is sublime as Mrs. Warren with the production's director, Eda Holmes. Bottom: Wade Bogert-O'Brien and Jennifer Dzialoszynski (real life husband and wife) who play Frank Gardner and Vivie Warren, with Shaw Artistic Director Tim Carroll.

TENDERLY: THE ROSEMARY CLOONEY MUSICAL at MusicalFare Theatre TOP: Director/choreographer Doug Weyand, with Buffalo actor Sheila McCarthy, and Debbie Pappas, who stars as Rosemary Clooney

BOTTOM: Buffalo actor Tom Owen with Music Director Theresa Quinn, and Lou Colaiacovo, who plays everybody other than Rosemary Clooney.

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Nietzshe's FolkFest 2016 The Seikilos epitath is carved on an ancient Greek tombstone and is the oldest surviving musical composition with notation. It’s dated to be from 200 BC. The song is very short and the lyrics translate to: While you live shine Have no grief at all Life exists only for a short while And time demands an end

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t the start of our “recorded history” of the human race music already had been in existence for some time, so no one knows exactly when people began playing music. Estimates say around 55,000 years ago. Most likely the earliest music was nothing more than drumbeats and shouting. Unquestionably the first meaningful music to follow would be folk music, where an oral telling of stories handed down from generation to generation were eventually sung in memorable melodies or folk songs

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of general thoughts about life, as in the Seikilos epitath.

The Song of Seikilos carved in stone

In the broadest sense through several later centuries in western culture, Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque and the Romantic era, there were there basically only three types of music, religious, classical (both instrumental and opera) and folk songs. Today we are overwhelmed with fractured micro-genres of music: hip hop, gospel, jazz, blues, swing, big band, bubblegum, reggae, Celtic, fusion, industrial, Dixieland, ska, salsa, barbershop, country, R&B, disco, heavy metal, thrash metal, death metal, doom metal, speed metal, glam metal, rock, indie rock, country rock, rockabilly, alternative, pop, punk, roots, world beat, Americana, EMO, ambienthouse-dub-acid-electronica-technotrance-GAO-trap… blah, blah, blah. It’s enough to cause head spin! How refreshing that Nietzsche’s music programmer Ellen Pieroni who earlier this year created the five-day Nietzsche's Jazz Festival decided to create a five day Nietzsche's FolkFest that brings us back to our roots… folk music.

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ietzsche’s new folk festival features 48 musical acts over the course of 5 days. The Nietzsche's FolkFest started Wednesday,

November 9 and will end Sunday, November 13 in the evening. The FolkFest draws from a wide range of different interpretations of folk music and features a diverse cast of local folk outfits. Many are familiar faces to Allentown, and some are nationally touring acts hailing from different parts of the country. The music kicked off last night, Wednesday, November 9th, with Tyler Westcott and his trio performing their brand of gypsy jazz and old-time swing and continued till the wee hours of the morn featuring local headliner Folkfaces playing a rowdy blend of energetic whiskey drinking Americana, with heartfelt ballads in between. Also performing Wednesday were Sam Marabella and his Band, The Brothers Blue, and Nickel City String Band.

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hursday’s music features special programming designed to shine a light on our folk music songwriters. Rather than the usual potpourri of headliners and supporting acts Thursday is a dedicated Singer/Songwriter showcase. There will be 15 performances over the course of the night. The showcase will feature some musicians who are well known to the Buffalo and Allentown Folk scene, such as Bobby Angel, Joe Bellanti, Jungle Steve, Jack Topht, and Jeff Goldstein, but the night will also bring attention to some new and unfamiliar performers. All sets are 20 minutes long, and the music begins at 8pm with GRIFFIN!, and ends at 12:40am with Nietzsche’s living legend, Jeff Goldstein.

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riday night brings attention to larger folk acts with solid followings, both in the form of out-of-town acts, as well as Buffalo native acts. After a happy hour led by The Neville Francis Band, the music kicks off at 10pm with Shelf Life String Band warming up the front barroom. They will be followed by the first headlining act on the main stage of the evening, Rear View Ramblers, begins with a 10:30pm set time. Rear View Ramblers draw inspiration for their sound directly from Buffalo, Shelf Life String Band playing music that reflects “struggling days being young and broke, to

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playing music in Allentown and the Elmwood Village, to finding true love in a dive bar on the most random occasions”. The band was named “Best New Band” this past year by Artvoice readers’ poll and has been the opener for national touring acts such as The Ragbirds and Yonder Mountain String Band. Second headliner of the night, The Observers, follow up with an 11:30pm performance in the front barroom. The Observers also hail from Buffalo, featuring familiar faces to the folk scene that play in all sorts of folk-inspired projects. The Observers take you on a journey of the human experience through music, guiding you through “a myriad of emotions from tear in your beer ballads, to remain in your brain melodies, and even down home, foot stompin’ hootenannies.” Nationally touring act, DiTrani Brothers, follows up The Observers with a 12:30am slot on the main stage. DiTrani Brothers, Bobby and Walker, originally hail from North Bend, Washington, but began traveling coast to coast with their songs in 2013. Since then, the duo has evolved into a full band, complete with Dana Hubanks on washtub bass, and Eddie Gaudet

The Observers on drums. Together, the band plays originals inspired by ragtime, Roma swing, and the traditions of these genres. After DiTrani Brothers, Friday’s music wraps up with a final performance in the front barroom at 1:30am from TCBand. DiTrani Brothers

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main stage. With a long and well documented history as one of Buffalo’s longest standing country rock/folk outfits, The Steam Donkeys have seen their fair share, with multiple national tours, album releases, and lineup changes since its formation in 1991. The Steam Donkeys pride themselves on combining the music they like, whether it be country, rock, honky-tonk, swing, and folk, into a creation that can’t be called anything other than The Steam Donkeys. Local acts Catskill Mountain Boys and Rob Falgiano keep the folk party glowing before headliner Tough Old Bird hits the front barroom at 10:30pm. Formed in Fillmore, NY by songwriting brothers Matthew and Nathan Corrigan, Tough Catskill Mountain Old Bird provides a blend of authentic folk and Boys blues that create a vision of the rural landscape it comes from. Tough Old Bird was formed in 2013, and since then has been busy with multiple releases, including debut “Never To Return”, 7-song EP, “The Barn Rob Falgiano Sessions”, and second full-length album “Gambling Days”. The group features a mix of electric guitar, accordion, harmonica, and acoustics that provide a sound that is at once both ancient and modern. Seth Faergolzia’s 23 Psaegz follows Tough Old Bird with a set at 11:30pm on the main stage. Touted as the 2010 successor to Seth Faergolzia’s 13-year artvoice.com | nov 10 nov 16

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project, Dufus, 23 Psaegz carries on the warm, weird legacy of Dufus by “stretching the boundaries of musical Tough Old Bird experience with unmatched craze and care”. Although the group was originally formed to perform Seth’s puppetrock-opera “23 Psaegz”, it carried on to eventually become a collaborative backing

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ensemble for Faergolzia’s web of musical endeavors. The band self-describes the “musical architecture” of the 23 Psaegz as a “kaleidoscopic New Orleans marching band meets Peter & the Wolf in outer space, with the intense alchemy of lyrical imagery and sonic wonder”.

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After a quick performance in the front barroom by Twenty Thousand Strongmen, final headliner of the evening, PA Line, wrap up Saturday night with a main stage at 1am. PA Line exhibits an original performance with musical styles ranging from Mumford and Simon and Garfunkel. Each performance aims to get the feet dancing and create intimate emotional connections between artists and fan.

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Sam Sugarman Sam Sugarman, both providing support for headliner for the evening, Tiny Rhymes, who will perform at 5pm on the main stage. Tiny Rhymes is a folk group that draws more inspiration from the classical, chamber, and indie worlds than the country of bluegrass realm of folk. On Tiny Rhymes’ song-writing abilities, Artvoice writes, “Some people like to write songs while others tell stories. Vocalist/guitarist Sharon Mok tells her audience a story. Her voice floats beautifully above the acoustic sounds of her ‘chamber-folk’ band only to be matched with the soothing sounds of cello and violin.” The group features members all classically trained, but

Ann Philippone alternating between the front barroom and main stage until the festival concludes with the last performance at 6pm from someone who is no stranger to Buffalo or Allentown, Ann Philippone. Other familiar faces to Allentown will be singer-songwriters Kathryn Koch and Tiny Rhymes

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remaining instinctive in their compositional and arranging choices. The first ever FolkFest at Nietzsche’s as a follow up to the first jazz-fest last spring continues the momentum and attitude that new things are headed for Allentown, and Nietzsche’s in particular. And with an even wider cast of characters and musical acts playing the festival, Nietzsche’s 2016 fall FolkFest is sure to bring together a community like no other in Allentown. artvoice.com | nov 10 nov 16

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Robert “Young Bob” Cray gained prominence with his near perfect Grammy winning blues album Strong Persuader, which included the crossover hit “Smoking Gun” (one of five Grammy Awards Cray has won). What sets Robert Cray apart from other guitarists is the extraordinary clean sound he uses on his Fender guitars and his wonderful voice. While other guitarists rely on pedals and effects Cray relies entirely on the emotion of his guitar melodies and licks. In recognition, Fender created a signature Robert Cray line of telecasters and Stratocasters. Cray has released 21 albums and his records always debut in the top five of the Billboard Blues Charts. A member of the Blues Hall of Fame, Cray has performed with every big name blues artist you can think of including singing on stage with Stevie Ray Vaughn just hours before Vaughn died in a helicopter crash. If you’re a blues fan you shouldn’t miss this chance to see “young Bob.”

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Stand-up comedian and actor Lavell Crawford is best known for playing Huell Babineaux, the bodyguard, assistant and pickpocket for Saul Goodman in Breaking Bad. Adored by audiences far and wide, Lavell Crawford has built a large and devout fan base playing theatres, comedy clubs and colleges across the nation. He gained national exposure on NBC”s hit reality series “Last Comic Standing,” and as a regulawwr panelist on Chelsea Lately’s show. But Lavell Crawford is not quite the man he used to be, he’s lost 120 pounds having the gastric sleeve operation in March of this year. Not to worry, Crawford still as funny as ever.

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Join these and others* in a plea for clemency for Native American activist and artist, Leonard Peltier. *see the full list at www.whoisleonardpeltier.info

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TRUTH TOUR

Seneca Niagara Casino Fri Nov 11th 8pm Tickets start at $35

9th Ward Fri 11/11

LAUGH & OTHER DRUGS

Buffalo Stand-Up Comedy $8 Advance $12 dos Tue 11/15

MOUNT MORIAH W/ JAKE XERXES FUSSEL $12 advance Wed 11/16

Comedian Lewis Black is a master political satirist. Known for his angry face and belligerent comedic style, his comedy routines escalate into hilarious rants about politics, religion, history or any other cultural trends. He once described his humor as “being on the Titantic every single day and being the only person who knows what is going to happen.”

BRUCE WOJICK & The Struggle $15 Advance Wed 11/30

JEFFREY FOUCAULT $15 Advance

Doors–7pm, Show–8pm unless otherwise noted Complete event listings at babevillebuffalo.com/events Tickets available at: Ticketweb.com, Babeville Box Office (M-F 11am-12pm) Rust Belt Books (415 Grant St), & Terrapin Station (1172 Hertel Ave) BABEVILLE: 341 DELAWARE AVE. (at tupper) 716 852-3835 • babevillebuffalo.com

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8PM–DR JAZZ & THE JAZZ BUGS

EXCEPT 1ST SUN OF THE MONTH -JAZZ CACHE EVERY

MON BUFFALO'S LONGEST RUNNING 9PM OPEN MIC W/ JOSH GAGE

8PM SONGWRITER SHOWCASE

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8PM RUSTBELT COMEDY

10pm Joe Donohue

11PM THE STRIPTEASERS $3 free

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TYLERBILL WESTCOTT, BARTENDER PLAYS & DR. JAZZ ACCORDION, PAUL SCHMID ON BASS

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THU Nov 10 8PM $5

Bobby Angel, David Ebersole, Jeff Goldstein, Jack Topht, Jungle Steve, Paul Scottnik, Dëwalt Btihl, plus 8 more...

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NIETZSCHE'S FOLKFEST FRI 6pm free happy hour w/Neville Francis Nov 11 10pm 10pm - Rear View Ramblers, The $10 Observers, DiTrani Brothers, TCBand. Shelf Life String Band

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NIETZSCHE'S FOLKFEST SAT Steam Donkeys, Tough Old Nov 12 Bird, Seth Faergolzia's 23 8:30 $10 Psaegz, PA Line, Catskill

Mountian Boys, Rob Falgiano Duo, 20,000 Strongmen

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NIETZSCHE'S FOLKFEST SUN Tiny Rhymes, Kathryn Nov 13 Koch, Sam Sugaman, Andy 2pm Fisher The Heenan Broth$5 ers, Porcelain Train, Ann Philippone, Michael Faltyn

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Peter Wolf, former flamboyant lead singer for J. Geils Band, will play the Tralf with his band The Midnight Travelers. Wolf has always been one of rock’s most exciting live acts with fast-talking quips and crazy stage antics like pole vaulting with his mic stand. With J. Geils he had several big hits, “Freeze Frame,” “Love Stinks,” “Centerfold,” and others. More than likely he’ll revisit those J. Geils songs since he co -wrote them along with is solo work.

PETER WOLF

Tralf Music Hall Fri Nov 11th 8pm $34

WOOD BROTHERS Town Ballroom Fri Nov 11th 7pm $21-$24

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The Wood Brothers bring their soulful folk sound with their new album, “Paradise.” Chris Wood is one of America’s finest bassists known for his incomparable work with Medeski, Martin & Wood. His brother, Oliver Wood toured with blues legend Tinsley Ellis before releasing a half-dozen albums with his band King Johnson.


The Roaring Twenties Are Coming Back Twilight Room Captures Vintage Mood of 1920’s Speakeasies Lorenzo Brothers Masterfully Designed Nightclub Offers Fine Food, Live Jazz and Blues and Unique Craft Beverage Offerings

BRUCE WOJICK & THE STRUGGLE

9th Ward at Babeville Wed Nov 16th 8pm $15adv/$18 d.o.s.

Gifted guitarist/singer and Niagara Falls native Bruce Wojick returns to the 9th ward with his band The Struggle. While the band may be named the struggle, it’s never been a struggle for Bruce to make good music. Five time winner of Best Original Guitar Player at the Buffalo Music Awards, Wojick is a fascinating player on both acoustic and electric guitar. Formerly in well known Buffalo bands God’s Children and Klear, Wojick went solo in 2009 and created an interesting blend of soul and Americana. His songs have been featured on Many Television shows and Motion Pictures including “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “ER,” “Touched By An Angel,” “Vegas Vacation,” “The Osbournes” and Disney’s “Man of the House.” The intimate Ninth Ward is the perfect venue to see a local boy who made good.

A new upscale restaurant with a hand crafted cocktail bar is now officially open in the historic Allentown District of Buffalo – The Twilight Room - at 26 Virginia Place. It would be more accurate to call it a soft opening, its owners say. But already, The Twilight Room is delivering on a promise of serving fine food and beverages in a club with a decidedly fun and rather unique theme -- a 1920's-style speakeasy. The Twilight Room has captured the mood – to enter you push a large red book, opening a moveable bookcase door to the speakeasy within – where you discover large, comfortable and elegant rooms replete with Art Deco, and the band playing hot jazz or sultry blues. For a moment, perhaps, you forget time and join the past – back to an era, with all the glamour and excitement of young America, of halcyon if not a little giddy, days when Americans, by the millions, defied Prohibition. Dressed in their finest - ladies in heels and makeup, with skirts above ankles and guys slick in rabbit fur fedoras and silk pocket handkerchiefs – went out to break the law and enjoy the time of their lives. In capturing the mood, the Twilight Room is a fun place first and foremost. Theirs is a uniquely well- stocked bar. Side by side with popular bar drinks of today are vintage (and when they were first served, illegal) drinks - like the hand-crafted Side Car Cognac, Cointreau and lemon juice, in a 3-2-1 ratio, shaken and served ‘up,’ a staple in speakeasies since 1922. And, as an example of what might be called vintage food, there is “The Sinatra," a 24 oz. bone-in Rib-eye, prepared using the "Original Rub" recipe created exclusively for Frank Sinatra himself, finished with a pistachio compound butter and grilled "your way’. The Twilight Room is the brainchild of Steven and Jason Lorenzo, brothers with a combined 48 years in the hospitality business. And with the same kind of American gumption that defied Prohibition, The Twilight Room is in its own way an American success story. Steve and Jason Lorenzo conceived, planned, financed, executed, modified, refined and delivered on their dream – from start to finish – with no outside help, without financing from banks or community development programs. No government subsidies, no handouts, just two hard working American guys who decided - after years of working in the business – for others - that they could do it themselves – and do it better. They literally slept on benches inside the place for a whole year working late and rising early as they tackled the ten thousand details of design and creation and placement and purchase and sampling and testing to create a dining experience that would satisfy the most discriminating clientele and yet be comfortable and welcoming to even those on a budget who need a touch of class and entertainment as much as the most well heeled and coiffed. The Lorenzo brothers designed a rather subtle masterpiece of color and proportion and atmosphere and light and shadow. You come for the food and drinks and imbibe the theme that begins quite honestly with almost irresistibly a smile from the moment you pull back the bookcase and walk into The Twilight Room. Somehow, it feels like home. Apropos of that, the Lorenzo brothers decided to use only locally-sourced supplies and products. Ashker’s Farm, Guercio and Sons, BreadHive, Nickel City Cheese & Mercantile and other Buffalo distributors showcase their products in the varied presentations on the menu. It’s a Pro-Buffalo Club. artvoice.com | nov 10 nov 16

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WHAT’S HAPPENED TO THE SABRES/LEAFS RIVALRY?

still offered prices far below the ridiculous cost to get into a game at Air Canada Centre in Toronto.

FANS EXPERIENCE YAWNER AT LAST WEEK’S CLASH

Those oceans of Leafs fans were nowhere to be found last week, with just scattered pockets of fans dressed in the blue and white.

By Andrew Kulyk and Peter Farrell

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ack in the 90s, as the Buffalo Sabres ended their run at the old Aud to make way for their new home at then named Marine Midland Arena, the annual meeting between the Buffalo Sabres and the Toronto Maple Leafs was the must see game of the year. We say “game” because back then, the Leafs were actually in the NHL’s western conference for a while, and with the scheduling being what it was, that meant that the teams only faced each other twice each season, once at home and the other in Toronto’s old Maple Leaf Gardens. Those games were memorable, only because the two fans bases had such a passionate hatred of each other, the teams often rose to the occasion, offering memorable plays, goals and fights on the ice. Goaltender John Blue, who played in net at the last ever Sabres/ Leafs game in the old Aud, said it best when he exclaimed that he wished the teams could play each other every single week. Former Sabres forward Matthew Barnaby, then still finding his legs as a Sabre, admitted that the passion and noise in the stands provided rocket fuel for the teams to rise to the occasion and offer a better show. The rivalry reached its zenith in 1999, as the two teams made it to that year’s Eastern Conference finals. The Sabres won that series 4-1 to advance to the Stanley Cup finals. It was a series for the ages… Rob Ray connecting on a rare goal in game 3 at home. The owners of the two teams meeting at the American and Canadian border atop

the Peace Bridge to hoist their flags. Buffalo winning the deciding fifth game on Toronto ice to send Leafs nation and their faithful packing. It was a signature victory for the Sabres franchise, whose existence in 1970 initially happened despite the obstruction of then Leafs owner Stafford Smythe. That 1999 series win paved the way for some incredible moments throughout the 2000s, framed mostly by the personal rivalry between the Sabres’ Rob Ray and the Leafs’ Tie Domi, whose animus towards each other went back to their junior days. Count on those two guys dropping the gloves at least twice during each game, if not more, and exhorting their teammates to do the same. Domi, who had more of a scoring touch than Ray, scoffed at the entire Buffalo organization, once harrumphing, “Do the Sabres even know what the playoffs are all about anymore?” Domi was quickly silenced after the 2004-05 lockout, when the Sabres put together their best squad in franchise history and back to back appearance in the Conference Finals, while he and his Leafs fell into the abyss which

they are still trying to climb out of. Very little of this was on display at last week’s contest at KeyBank Center, one by the Leafs 2-1, thanks to two goals by newest Leaf Mitch Marner. Sabres coach Dan Bylsma spoke about the rivalry following the morning pregame skate when he said “If the rivalry is going to get bigger and better, it’s not because of (Auston) Matthews and (Jack) Eichel, it will be because we are both competitive, winning teams. I love this rivalry, just stepping in here in Buffalo you get a sense of how big it is here and over the border. I want it to become bigger because we’re winning games.” Nonetheless, last week’s game was played before huge swaths of empty seats, a rarity from the days when a Sabres/Leafs ticket was one of the hottest on the schedule. Before the team went to this year’s new “dynamic pricing” model, the Leafs games were the only ones priced at a super premium “platinum” tier. Visiting Leafs fans eagerly snapped up available tickets, with even after an unfavorable exchange rate between the two dollars,

What should be even more alarming to Sabres season ticket holders is the collapsing prices for Leafs games on the secondary market. Quite often Buffalo fans sold their Toronto tickets to Leafs fans at quite a profit, minimally at face value, which is far more than the season ticket holder price, or sometimes even fetching a premium. No more. A review of leading online ticket reselling marketplace Stubhub last Thursday afternoon, just hours before the puck drop, listed almost a thousand tickets still on sale, with 300 level seats going as cheap as $17 each, less than half of the season ticket cost and almost 80% off of the window price. The Sabres and Leafs play twice more at KeyBank Center late in the season. A healthy Jack EIchel, two teams in contention for a playoff berth, perhaps both Nylanders playing for their respective squads, would do wonders to resurrect this great rivalry, and pack the stands once again. Failing that, perhaps Ray and Domi could each sign one day contracts and don their uniforms. Old passions never really die.


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Santora's Pizza Pub & Grill (Millersport) 1402 Millersport Hwy Amherst (688-3081) tudorlounge.comSantora's Pizza Pub & Grill (Transit Rd.) 7800 Transit Rd Amherst (616-0892) ubcfa.orgSaturn Club 977 Delaware Ave ( Niagara884-8800, saturnclub.org) Scotch 'N Sirloin 3999 Maple Rd Amherst (837-4900, scotchnsirloinrestaurant.net) Seneca Allegany Casino 777 Seneca Allegany Blvd Cattaraugus (877-8736322, senecaalleganycasino.com) Seneca Niagara Casino 310 4th St Niagara (299-1100, senecaniagaracasino. com) Shambhala Meditation Group of Buffalo 408 Franklin St ( Tonawanda445-4446, buffaloshambhalameditation.blogspot. com) Shannon Pub 2250 Niagara Falls Blvd Tonawanda (743-9348, shannonpub.com) Shea's Buffalo Performing Arts Center 646 Main St (847-1410, sheas.com) Niagara283-9861Sorrentino's Spaghetti House 5640 Main St Amherst (633-2150) tour-city.com/webhosting/waiting_room/ index.htmlSportsmen's Tavern 326 Amherst St ( Cheektowaga874-7734, sportsmenstavern.com) Spot Coffee (Orchard Park) 6519 E Quaker St Orchard Park (332-2299, spotcoffee.com/index.php?option=com_ content&view=article&id=4) St. Francis of Assisi School 70 Adam St Erie (692-7886, stfrancistonawanda.org) St. Gregory the Great RC Church 200 St Gregory Ct Amherst (688-5678, stgregs.org) St. John's Grace Episcopal Church 51 Colonial Cir ( Erie County885-1112, stjohnsgrace.com) St. Joseph's University Parish 3269 University at Buffalo LaSalle (833-0298, stjosephbuffalo.com) Stamps Bar 98 Main St Erie (694-3475) woodcockbrothersbrewery. comStatler City 107 Delaware Ave ( Hamburg856-5000, statlercity.com) Steel Plant Museum 100 Lee St 825-9279freewebs.com/taltysSterling Place 1487 Hertel Ave US332-2433taphousepubandgrill. comStockman's Tavern & Grove 9870 Transit Rd Amherst (688-9896) alleycatbuffalo.com/sites/contact. htmlStrikers Lanes 50 Michael Rd West Seneca (674-1104, strikerz.biz) Sugar City 1239 Niagara St (buffalosugarcity.org) Aurora652-6554T.C. Wheelers Bar & Pizzeria 341 Wheeler St Erie County (6923632, tcwheelers.com) TGI Friday (Sheraton) 300 3rd St Niagara (285-3361, sheratonatthefalls. com/niagara-falls-dining.php) Talking Leaves ...Books 3158 Main St (837-8554, tleavesbooks.com) Talty's Tavern 2056 South Park Ave ( Aurora825-9279, freewebs.com/taltys) Tap House Pub & Grill 85 W Chippewa St (332-2433, taphousepubandgrill.com) The Alley Cat 199 Allen St (235-8215, alleycatbuffalo.com/sites/contact.html) Niagara CountyThe Arena 4476 Main St Amherst 205-8925rapidstheatre.comThe Book Corner 1801 Main St Niagara (285-2928, fallsbookcorner.com) The Col. Wm. Bond-Jesse Hawley House Museum 143 Ontario St Niagara (4347433, smithsonianmag.com/museumday/ venues/The_Col_Wm_Bond-Jesse_Hawley_ House.html) The Cornerstone Bar & Grill 10651 Main St Clarence (759-1764, thecornerstoneclarence.com) The Cove 4701 Transit Rd Elma (656-7946, thecoveseafoodandbanquets.com) The Fairgrounds 5600 McKinley Pkwy Hamburg (646-6109, the-fairgrounds.com)

The Foundry 298 Northampton St (9490900, thefoundrybuffalo.org) The Grill @ the Dome 175 Brompton Rd Tonawanda (504-4745, thegrillatthedome. com) The Groove Lounge 1210 Broadway Erie County417-9488The Hollow Bistro and Brew Main St US 855-9643tudorlounge.comThe Lodge Bar & Grill 79 W Chippewa St (256-1940) AmherstThe Maize 3901 Niagara Falls Blvd Wheatfield 645-2000buffalo.edu/buildings/ building?id=CAPENThe Music Room 609 Oakwood Ave Aurora (864-8448, themusicroomea.com) The Niagara Hotel 58 N Transit St Niagara County (434-9343) ubcfa.orgThe Ninth Ward at Babeville 341 Delaware Ave NY645-2921slee.buffalo.eduThe Penalty Box 34 Chestnut St Niagara County The Popin 218 Grant St Erie882-0391unitybuffalo.orgThe Rapids Theatre 1711 Main St Niagara (205-8925, rapidstheatre.com) The Tralf Music Hall 622 Main St ( Niagara8522860, tralfmusichall.com) Tifft Nature Preserve 1200 Fuhrmann Boulevard ( Niagara825-6397, sciencebuff. org/tifft-u.-p-1) Tony Rome's Globe Hotel & Restaurant 711 Main St Aurora (652-4221, tonyromesea.com) Town Ballroom 681 Main St ( Cheektowaga852-3900, townballroom. com) Transit Lounge 4723 Transit Rd Erie County Trinity Church 371 Delaware Ave Tudor Lounge 335 Franklin St (855-9643, tudorlounge.com) UB Center for the Arts The Center for the Arts 103 (645-2787, ubcfa.org) UB Slee Concert Hall (Lippes Concert Hall) Williamsville Amherst NY (645-2921, slee.buffalo.edu) Ukrainian-American Civic Center 205 Military Rd (877-7200, uaccbuffalo.com) Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo 695 Elmwood Ave (885-2136, buffalouu.org) Unity Church of Practical Christianity 1243 Delaware Ave Erie (882-0391) VFW Post #898 Col. J.B. Weber 2909 South Park Ave Erie (823-9605) VFW Post Harvey D. Morin 965 Center Rd West Seneca (674-2940) Verve Dance Studios 910 Main St (4322761, vervedancestudio.com) Vizzi's 967 Kenmore Ave Tonawanda (871-1965) WNED Studios 140 Lower Terrace (8457000, wned.org) Wagon Wheel Restaurant 7201 Niagara Falls Blvd Niagara (283-9861) Waiting Room 334 Delaware Ave (849-1000, tour-city.com/webhosting/ waiting_room/index.html) Walden Galleria Mall 1 Walden Galleria Cheektowaga (681-7600, waldengalleria. com) Water Street Landing 115 S Water St Lewiston (754-9200, waterstreetlanding. com) Wegman's (Transit-Depew) 4960 Transit Rd Lancaster (6857300, wegmans.com) Wegmans (Orchard Park Rd) 370 Orchard Park Rd West Seneca (8264000) West Seneca East Senior High School 4760 Seneca St West Seneca West Seneca Middle School 395 Center Rd West Seneca Westminster Presbyterian Church 724 Delaware Ave (884-9437, westminsterbflo.org) Woodside Coffee House 675 Abbott Rd Yoga Parkside 2 Wallace Ave

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NOV 10 MUSIC

ACOUSTIC/FOLK

DAILY PLANET COFFEE CO. - 12:302:30pm Acoustic Lunch with Westcott and company GALLO COAL FIRE KITCHEN - 69pm, 6-9pm Tony Petrocelli RIVIERA THEATRE - 7:30pm The Kingston Trio 2016 UKRAINIAN-AMERICAN CIVIC CENTER - 9pm Lance Drake acoustic show UKRAINIAN-AMERICAN CENTER 9pm Lance Drake acoustic show

BLUES

ABBEY SQUARE - 8:30pm Open Blues Jam ARMOR INN TAP ROOM - 6:30pm Freightrain LAUREL AND HARDY'S - 9pm Pro Blues Jam SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN - 7-9pm THe Blues Thugs with Yvonne Schmitt

COUNTRY BUFFALO STATE COLLEGE ROCKWELL HALL - 7:30pm SHENANDOAH SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN - 12-2:15pm Mark plays classic country with The Lunchtime Country Review

DANCE/DJS/ ELECTRONIC

BLU BAR & GRILLE - 7pm Dancing All Night with DJ's Nino and Henry from LVP. Duke's Bohemian Grove Bar - 9pm Throwback Thursdays with DJ Charles Masters Mooney's - 8pm DJ Trivia

JAZZ

CHURCH OF THE ADVENT - 12-2pm MaydenJazz with Dennis M Warne and Jennifer May COLORED MUSICIANS' CLUB - 8pm Carol Mc Laughlin DAILY PLANET COFFEE CO. - 56:30pm Evening Jazz:: Fred Caputi Pausa Art House - 8pm Star People: The Miles Davis Project

KARAOKE

GARDEN PARK CAFE - 8pm Dan's Nightly Karaoke Gypsy Parlor - 9pm Karaoke Hat Trix Bar and Grill - 10pm karaoke ROCKIN' BUFFALO SALOON - 7pm

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Rock and Roll Rich STERLING PLACE - 9pm Tom Tom

OPEN MIC

COUZINS - 8-11:30pm Bouncin' off the Walls GONZOS - 11pm Andy Geier and Joe Batt HILLTOP INN AND GROVE 7:30pm Open Mic O'NEILL'S STADIUM INN - 10pm Cory Klawon & Dustin Francis10pm PENNY LANE CAFE - 7-10pm A J T.C. WHEELERS BAR & PIZZERIA 8-11pm Michael Hund TAP HOUSE PUB & GRILL - 7-10pm Keith Shuskie Jr WAGON WHEEL RESTAURANT 8:30pm Thursday Night Jams with Chuck DeRose

ROCK

MOHAWK PLACE - 6pm Infinity Shred, Nullsleep, Uncertain, Futureangel; 8pm Shred SANTORA'S PIZZA PUB & GRILL (TRANSIT RD.) - 7:30pm Bleu and Green TALTY'S TAVERN - 8pm The Reminders Trio THE TRALF MUSIC HALL - 8pm Renaissance feat Annie Haslam TOWN BALLROOM - 8pm Seven Lions with Special guests

OPEN MIC

COUZINS - 8-11:30pm Bouncin' off the Walls GONZOS - 11pm Andy Geier and Joe Batt O'NEILL'S STADIUM INN - 10pm Cory Klawon & Dustin Francis PENNY LANE CAFE - 7-10pm A J T.C. WHEELERS BAR & PIZZERIA 8-11pm Michael Hund TAP HOUSE PUB & GRILL - 7-10pm Keith Shuskie Jr WAGON WHEEL RESTAURANT 8:30pm Thursday Night Jams with Chuck DeRoseRock MOHAWK PLACE - 8pm Berwanger, Urban Reverie, Elemantra SANTORA'S PIZZA PUB & GRILL (TRANSIT RD.) - 7:30pm Doc Licata plays the Beatles TALTY'S TAVERN - 8pm Joe Shanahan TOWN BALLROOM - 8pm Danny Brown

COMMUNITY EVENTS ARTS & CRAFTS

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1:30-2:30pm Cardcrafter's ClubThursdays from 1:30 â 2:30Create beautiful, handmade greeting cards. Experienced and beginning crafters are welcome. This is not a class; we share ideas and techniques. Call 332-4375 for information. BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 10-5pm Botanical Gardensâ Art Class Exhibit

COMEDY

MR. GOODBAR - 8pm Open Comedy MicMR. GOODBAR 8pm Open Comedy Mic

COMMUNITY INTEREST BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:4510:45am Beginner Watercolor DELAVAN-GRIDER COMMUNITY CENTER - 5-6:30pm PeaceJam Buffalo, For Teens: MARGARET L. WENDT ARCHIVE & RESOURCE CENTER - 9-5pm The Association for a Buffalo Presidential Center presents, â The Presidents in Buffaloâ THE MUSIC ROOM - 7pm (music, comedy, poetry) Hosted by Dave Hallett -All ages. Loaner instruments if necessary. . Kid/ family friendly.Association for a Buffalo Presidential Center SENECA NIAGARA CASINO - 5-8pm Authenic Haudenosaunee Foods, Crafts, Dance Demonstrations

DANCE BURCHFIELD PENNEY ART CENTER 7pm Cultural Dance Night

EXHIBITS

STEEL PLANT MUSEUM - 105pm A Fair Day's Work: The Role of the Union in the Steel PlantsCEPA GALLERY - 8-8pm Biff Henrich The Structure of ThingsHALLWALLS - 7pm Tom Sachs Presents: A Space Program UB CENTER FOR THE ARTS - 115pm In Untitled (the Great Society) I, LA-based artist Rodney McMillian recites former president Lyndon B. Johnsonâ s entire commencement speech at the University of Michigan in 1964, where he first introduce his idea of the Great Society.

FILMS/SCREENINGS

CEPA GALLERY - 8-8pm Biff Henrich The Structure of Things UB CENTER FOR THE ARTS - 11-

5pm In Untitled (the Great Society) I, LA-based artist Rodney McMillian recites former president Lyndon B. Johnsonâ s entire commencement speech at the University of Michigan in 1964, THE FOUNDRY - 5-8pm 2nd Annual Buffalo Inspired Art, Fare & Beer

FUNDRAISERS

TEN THOUSAND VILLAGES - 6-9pm The Festival Chorus under the direction of Heather Lovelace

LECTURES/ PRESENTATIONS ANNUNCIATION GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH - 7pm "The Survival Of Greek Art After The Classical Period" Guest Speaker: Livingston Watrous

LITERARY

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - 8:30-6pm Milestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!; 8:306pm Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard PARKSIDE LUTHERAN CHURCH 7:30pm Poets Irene Sipos and Kathleen Betsko Yale4000 Miles

SPECIALTY/ COMMUNITY THEATER JEWISH CENTER OF GREATER BUFFALO/BENDERSON FAMILY BUILDING - 7:30pm 4000 Miles, by playwright Amy Herzog LANCASTER OPERA HOUSE 7:30pm Crimes of the Heart WEST SENECA EAST SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL - 7pm Peter/Wendy

SPIRITUAL SHAMBHALA MEDITATION GROUP OF BUFFALO - 7pm Open Meditation

TOURS/HIKES TIFFT NATURE PRESERVE 10-noon Wellness Walks Thursdays (offered all year) 10AM-12PM All Ages

FRI

NOV 11 MUSIC

ACOUSTIC/FOLK

DAILY PLANET COFFEE CO. - 121pm Acoustic Lunch with Drew Azzinaro7-9pm ROSE GARDEN RESTAURANT & GROVE - 8-11pm JRide Acoustic Duo TOWN BALLROOM - 7pm The Wood Brothers with Dylan

LeBlanc UNITY CHURCH OF PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY - 9pm Peopleart Coffeehouse series Tom Naples and Paul Lamont

Tonawanda St. Buffalo

KARAOKE

AMERICANA

DAILY PLANET COFFEE CO. - 7-9pm The Fieldhands with Kathy Moriarty

ARMORY SALOON - 10pm Karaoke at bthe Armory HAT TRIX BAR AND GRILL - 10pm karaoke RIVERSIDE PARK INN - 10pm Riverside park Inn 1160 Tonawanda St. Buffalo

BLUES

OPEN MIC

HOT MAMA'S CANTEEN - 8-11pm The River Dogs Blues Band SENECA NIAGARA CASINO - 8pm Robert Cray VIZZI'S - 10pm Odd Man Out WEGMAN'S (TRANSIT-DEPEW) - 68pm SPEEDY PARKER BLUES BAND

CELTIC/IRISH

SHANNON PUB - 7:30pm Rosewood BridgeBeatles' Classical Mystery Tour ST. JOHN XXIII PARISH - 7pm Bach to Brubeck

CLASSICAL KLEINHANS MUSIC HALL 10:30am Magnificent Bruckner concert UB SLEE CONCERT HALL (LIPPES CONCERT HALL) - 7:30pm Roland E Martin organ recital

COUNTRY

NASHVILLE'S 2 - 9pm 2 Leftboots SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN - 5:308:30pm The Skiffle Minstrels THE FAIRGROUNDS - 8pm Wasted WhiskeyGYPSY PARLOR - 10pm DJ BashaMOONEY'S BAR & GRILL - 8pm DJ Brian BlazeMOONEY'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL - 10pm DJ HomewreckerPOLISH VILLA 2 8pm Tom Hastings Dance Party

DANCE/DJS/ ELECTRONIC

ALLEN BURGER VENTURE - 10pm "Snake n' Stylus. DJ Malik Von Saint and Marcos Ugawdawa playing Disco Punx high class dance rock" CLUB MARCELLA - 10pm Friday Night Dance Party10pm DUKE'S BOHEMIAN GROVE BAR 9pm The Legendary Milk and Cochise w/ Buffalo Funklord Lopro play It's Motha Funkin' Fridays GYPSY PARLOR - 10pm DJ Basha MOONEY'S BAR & GRILL - 8pm DJ Brian Blaze MOONEY'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL 10pm DJ Homewrecker POLISH VILLA 2 - 8pm Tom Hastings Dance Party

JAZZ

ANCHOR BAR - 8pm The Jazz Example PAUSA ART HOUSE - 8pm Why Not?RIVERSIDE PARK INN 10pm Riverside park Inn 1160

WOODSIDE COFFEE HOUSE - 711pm open mic

PIANO

OLIVER'S - 7:30pm George Jones

POP

31 CLUB - 8pm Mirage Band THE LODGE BAR & GRILL - 11pm Invisible TouchCENTRAL PARK GRILL - 6-9pm Five to One MOHAWK PLACE - 5pm Mr Conrad's Rock n Roll Happy Hour; 8pm Shonen Knife, Trinkit, Green Slime, Stress Dolls MR. GOODBAR - 8pm The Lady or the Tiger? The Farewells and the Rangeclips NIETZSCHE'S - 5pm Bartender Bill plays accordion, Paul Shmid on bass OUR BAR - 8:30pm Walter Oblivion RIVIERA THEATRE - 8pm Carl Palmer's ELP LegacyROSE GARDEN RESTAURANT & GROVE 7:30pm The Angry Buffalo SANTORA'S PIZZA PUB & GRILL (MILLERSPORT) - 8pm Joe Shanahan SANTORA'S PIZZA PUB & GRILL (TRANSIT RD.) - 9pm Supercharger TALTY'S TAVERN - 9pm Jay Mc Donnell Duo THE COVE - 9pm 22 Calibre TOWN BALLROOM - 7pm Henry Rollins-Spoken Word WAGON WHEEL RESTAURANT - 9:30pm Dave Thurman's Songwriter Showcase WAITING ROOM - 6pm METRO STATIONPALAYE ROYALETHE STRIVE WATER STREET LANDING 8:30pm Element

ROCK

ALTERNATIVE BREWS - 7-11pm The Cradle AMERICAN LEGION MATTHEW GLAB POST 1477 - 9pm The Screaming Pineapples ARMOR INN TAP ROOM - 9pm White Bronco BUFFALO IRON WORKS - 9pm Heavy Pets EVENING STAR CONCERT HALL 6pm The Odds Are Reunion Show with Machine Gun English, The Rifts, Improbable, The Good Neighbors,Echota JACK DEVINE'S SOUTH (HAMBURG)


- 8pm Full Circle MAC'S ON HERTEL - 9pm Mary Beth King MOHAWK PLACE - 5pm IGoverness, Dirty, Hot Blood, Wreckage MR. GOODBAR - 8pm Ponder the Giraffe Space Junk & Space Carnival; 10pm Outer Harbor Electric Watermelon MR. GOODBAR - 10pm Neil Van Dorn Casual Mondays; 10pm Max Muscato & Outer Harbor NIETZSCHE'S - 5pm The Afternoon trio with John, Paul and Bill OUR BAR - 8:30pm PI Blues Band with Paul Ianello RAINTREE BAR & GRILL - 9:30pm A List ROSE GARDEN RESTAURANT & GROVE - 7:30pm The Angry Buffalo SANTORA'S PIZZA PUB & GRILL (MILLERSPORT) - 8pm Kevin Mc Carthy SANTORA'S PIZZA PUB & GRILL (TRANSIT RD.) - 9pm West of the Mark TALTY'S TAVERN - 9pm Randy Milligan & Mike Skowronski THE TRALF MUSIC HALL - 8pm Peter Wolf WAGON WHEEL RESTAURANT 9:30pm Dark Horse Run Band WAITING ROOM - 7pm BEAR HANDS

COMMUNITY EVENTS ARTS & CRAFTS

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 10-5pm Art Class Exhibit THE FAIRGROUNDS - 4-9pm Springtime in the Country features garden art, metalworks, women’s fashion, original wall art, custom furniture, designer jewelry,

COMEDY

DANDELIONS RESTAURANT - 710pm Laugh Out Loud with Rob Lederman, Nic Syracuse, Tony Pusateri HELIUM COMEDY CLUB - 7:30pm, 10pm Lavell Crawford SENECA NIAGARA CASINO - 8pm Lewis Black THE ARENA - 8pm ComedySportz Buffalo Improvisational Comedy THE NINTH WARD AT BABEVILLE - 8pm The show is hosted/ MC'd by local comedian Zach Dietsch, and features local comedians.

COMMUNITY INTEREST BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:4510:45am Beginner Watercolor BUFFALO CONVENTION CENTER -

5:30pm WNY Peace Center 49th Annual DinnerAssociation for a Buffalo Presidential Center Her Story Boutique - 6-9pm Sip N' Shop Margaret L. Wendt Archive & Resource Center - 9-5pm The Association for a Buffalo Presidential Center presents, â The Presidents in Buffaloâ

DANCE BURCHFIELD PENNEY ART CENTER 7pm Modern Dance Night

FILMS/SCREENINGS

CEPA GALLERY - 8-8pm Biff Henrich The Structure of Things UB CENTER FOR THE ARTS - 115pm n Untitled (the Great Society) I, LA-based artist Rodney McMillian recites former president Lyndon B. Johnsonâ s entire commencement speech at the University of Michigan in 1964, where he first introduce his idea of the Great Society.

FUNDRAISERS

OUR LADY OF VICTORY NATIONAL SHRINE & BASILICA - 6:309:30pm The 36th Annual Friends of Father BakerUB CENTER FOR THE ARTS - 11-5pm n Untitled (the Great Society) I, LA-based artist Rodney McMillian recites former president Lyndon B. Johnsonâ s entire commencement speech at the University of Michigan in 1964, where he first introduce his idea of the Great Society.

KIDS STUFF

NIAGARA HISTORY CENTER - 101pm Thanksgiving CelebrationThe History of Thanksgiving

LECTURES/ PRESENTATIONS CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF BUFFALO - 7pm Clear Body, Clear Mind HALLWALLS - 4pm Ruth MackScholars

LITERARY BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - 8:30-6pm Milestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!; 8:306pm Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard COMEDYSPORTZ BUFFALO 7:30pm Improvisational Comedy

SEASONAL EVENT GOOD SHEPHERD COMMUNITY OF FAITH - 5-9pm 2016 Annual Rummage saleBUFFALO STATE COLLEGE WARREN ENTERS THEATRE - 8pm The MousetrapELLICOTT CREEK PLAYHOUSE (ST. EDMUND CAMPUS) - 7:30pm The

Music ManLANCASTER OPERA HOUSE - 7:30pm Crimes of the HeartSHEA'S BUFFALO PERFORMING ARTS CENTER - 8pm SHOT! by Persis Vehar

SPECIAL EVENT

THE FAIRGROUNDS - 10-6pm GemStreet USA Show & SaleBUFFALO VISITOR CENTER AT THE BRISBANE BLDG 10am Masters of American ArchitectureMARGARET L. WENDT ARCHIVE & RESOURCE CENTER - 8:30am All Wright All Day Tours see all five Wright sites in one day

SPECIALTY/ COMMUNITY THEATER ELLICOTT CREEK PLAYHOUSE (ST. EDMUND CAMPUS) - 7:30pm The Music Man LANCASTER OPERA HOUSE 7:30pm Crimes of the Heart SHEA'S BUFFALO PERFORMING ARTS CENTER - 8pm SHOT! by Persis Vehar

TOURS BUFFALO VISITOR CENTER AT THE BRISBANE BLDG - 10am Masters of American Architecture

TOURS/HIKES BUFFALO NIAGARA VISITOR'S CENTER IN THE MARKET ARCADE - 10am Masters of American Architecture SPOT COFFEE (DELAWARE) - 1pm Beaux Arts Buffalo

SAT

NOV 12

MUSIC BLUES

12 GATES BREWING COMPANY 7-10pm The River Dogs Blues Band ABBEY SQUARE - 8pm Jeff Lindners Whollotta Band FEay Jony James and Kenny Parker BROADWAY HOTEL - 4pm Grateful Dans SANTORA'S PIZZA PUB & GRILL (TRANSIT RD.) - 7:30pm Black and Blues Band THE COVE - 2-5pm Blues Jam Matinee with the Blues Crew; 2-5pm "Blues Crew" with Joe Dimino, Paul Iannello, Bob Price & Speedy Parker THE NIAGARA HOTEL - 9pm The JT Blues Band

CELTIC/IRISH

NIETZSCHE'S - 5pm The Celtic Seisuns4pm SHANNON PUB - 7:30pm Steel

City RoversThe Cove - 2-5pm Blues Jam Matinee with the Blues Crew; 2-5pm "Blues Crew" with Joe Dimino, Paul Iannello, Bob Price & Speedy Parker

CLASSICAL KLEINHANS MUSIC HALL - 8pm Magnificent Bruckner concertNIETZSCHE'S - 5pm The Celtic Seisuns

COUNTRY ERNIE WEBER'S BEEF AND ALE - 5-10pm Live Country RoundupRILEY STREET STATION 9pm Wasted Whiskey

DANCE/DJS/ ELECTRONIC BLU BAR & GRILLE - 8pm This week's DJ is DAN DEGOSKIFREE DISCO LESSONS at 8pm with TRISH from the Step by Step TV show CLUB MARCELLA - 9pm Salvation Saturday Drag Show and Sexy Underwear Contest DUKE'S BOHEMIAN GROVE BAR 9pm SNM feat: Scott Down, Daringer, Charlie the Butcher, Milk & Cochise and Keith Concept MOHAWK PLACE - 5pm New Order vs. Depeche Mode Transmission Dance Party MOONEY'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL 10pm DJ Homewrecker MOONEY'S - 8pm DJ Homewrecker

FUNK/SOUL ARMOR INN TAP ROOM - 9pm Funktional Flow HYDRAULIC HEARTH - 9:30pm Ron Davis and Ray Haugen

HIP-HOP MOHAWK PLACE - 5pm Buffalo X Erie Hip Hop showcaseDAILY PLANET COFFEE CO. - 7-9pm Luke and Anthony HALLWALLS - 8pm Amirtha Kidambi's Elder Ones PAUSA ART HOUSE - 8pm Jazz Buffalo Presents A Retrospective On the Music of Grant Green

JAZZ CUGINOS ITALIAN RESTAURANT 6:30pm Joe Baudo and Cheryl Ferris DAILY PLANET COFFEE CO. - 7-9pm Charles Emmanuel MERGE RESTAURANT - 6-8pm Solo guitar with Dennis M Warne, PAUSA ART HOUSE - 8pm Rick Strauss and ThreeO; 8pm ThreeO

OPEN MIC AL-E-OOPS - 9:30pm Eric Joseph OUR BAR - 2-6pm Jimmy Munt

OPERA

ST MICHAEL'S CHURCH - 7pm Tenor Vocalist Cory James Gallagher & Poet Amy GallagherMANGIA RISTORANTE - 9pm Piano bar with Jon Lorentz

PIANO

MANGIA RISTORANTE - 9pm Piano bar with Jon Lorentz

POP

31 CLUB - 8pm Joe Bolognese & Dolly Durante; 8:30pm Joe Bolognese and Dolly DuranteDINOSAUR BBQ 10pm Triple ThreatHAT TRIX BAR AND GRILL - 9pm Scarlet BegoniasLOCK 34 - 10pm ToastMARVIN'S BAR & GRILL - 8:30pm 55 MainMOHAWK PLACE - 8pm Jimmy & Ballzy's Wedding Reception: Nine Layers Deep, Chloroform, Ish Kabbible, DUDES, Dead LoungeOUR BAR - 8:30pm Triple ShotTALTY'S TAVERN 9pm Alfie and the Big DogsTHE GRILL @ THE DOME - 8pm Carl MotykaTOWN BALLROOM - 2pm 2016 Battle of the Corporate BandsWAGON WHEEL RESTAURANT - 9:30pm Sudden UrgeWAITING ROOM - 7pm AJJwith special guestDINERSCHRIS FARREN; 7:30pm Chris Farren and AJJ

ROCK

BROADWAY HOTEL - 9pm J C Thompson Band HOLIDAY VALLEY - 3:30pm Tim Britt Band Holiday Valley Beer and Wine Festival JACK DEVINE'S SOUTH (HAMBURG) - 9pm Wide Right MR. GOODBAR - 9pm Arrow Trail RAINTREE BAR & GRILL - 9:30pm Breakaway SANTORA'S PIZZA PUB & GRILL (TRANSIT RD.) - 9pm Hair Nation STRIKERS LANES - 9pm Lithium TALTY'S TAVERN - 9pm Billy Mc Ewen, Joe Head, Jim Brucato THE GRILL @ THE DOME - 8pm Tom Bender TRANSIT LOUNGE - 10pm Supercharger WAGON WHEEL RESTAURANT 9:30pm The Thurman Brothers

COMMUNITY EVENTS ARTS & CRAFTS

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 10-5pm Botanical Gardensâ Art Class Exhibit HERSCHELL CARROUSEL FACTORY MUSEUM - 1-4pm Intermediate/ Advanced Woodcarving Classes HOLY MOTHER OF THE ROSARY

CATHEDRAL - 9-3pm Craft Show to benefit Lancaster Opera House ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH - 10-3pm 2nd Annual Holiday Vendor and Craft FairIntermediate/Advanced Woodcarving Classes

COMEDY

HELIUM COMEDY CLUB - 7:30pm Lavell Crawford; 8pm comedy open mic HELIUM COMEDY CLUB - 10pm Lavell CrawfordBill Engvall THE ARENA - 7pm ComedySportz Buffalo Improvisational Comedy

COMMUNITY INTEREST BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:4510:45am Beginner Watercolor ; 10-5pm Orchid Show BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 11-1pm Horticulture 2Horticulture 2 BUFFALO STATE COLLEGE - 10am Buffalo State Ice Skating Classes GREENFIELD MANOR - 9-3pm Greenfields Holiday Bazaar HAMLIN HOUSE - 6-11pm 18th Annual Victorian BallHomeopathy Consultations by Rev. Ellen Bourn122pmPsychic Healing and Readings by Lory Pollina INSPIRATION POINT BUFFALO - 9-11am Homeopathy Consultations by Rev. Ellen Bourn; 12-2pm Psychic Healing and Readings by Lory Pollina KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS FATHER JUSTIN COUNCIL #5670 - 58pm Nature's Gathering: An Evening of Art, Wine and Cheese MARGARET L. WENDT ARCHIVE & RESOURCE CENTER - 9-5pm The Association for a Buffalo Presidential Center presents, â The Presidents in Buffaloâ SUGAR CITY - 11-6pm Buffalo Zine Fair

DANCE BURCHFIELD PENNEY ART CENTER - 2pm Lehrer Dance Hatha Yoga12:30-1:30pmPilates/ Floor Barre NEGLIA BALLET ARTISTS 9:30-10:15am Hatha Yoga; 12:30-1:30pm Pilates/ Floor BarreUNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF BUFFALO - 8-11pm Queen Contra Dancers Music by Fried Oatmeal

EXHIBITS

STEEL PLANT MUSEUM - 10-5pm A Fair Day's Work: The Role of the Union in the Steel Plants

FILMS/SCREENINGS CEPA GALLERY - 10-5pm Biff

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Henrich The Structure of Things UB CENTER FOR THE ARTS - 1-5pm n Untitled (the Great Society) I, LA-based artist Rodney McMillian recites former president Lyndon B. Johnsonâ s entire commencement speech at the University of Michigan in 1964, where he first introduce his idea of the Great Society.

KIDS STUFF

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 910:30am Kids Art Classes BUFFALO MUSEUM OF SCIENCE 10-4pm Dino Daze DOG EARS BOOKSTORE - 10:15am Puppt Tales inc three stories, a craft and healthy snacks FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF EAST AURORA - 8:30-2pm Open Learning Studios & Lifelong Learners Book Fair YOGA PARKSIDE - 10am Kidding Around Yoga SAMUEL'S GRANDE MANOR - 10:30am Quota International FundraiserSUGAR CITY - 10pm Soul Night

LECTURES/ PRESENTATIONS OLV SENIOR NEIGHBORHOOD - 10-noon Catholic Health is hosting a monthly Stroke Support GroupKids Art ClassesCASTELLANI ART MUSEUM - 2-4pm Pop Art PaintingsDOG EARS BOOKSTORE - 10:15am Puppt Tales inc three stories, a craft and healthy snacks

LITERARY BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - 8:30-6pm Milestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!; 8:306pm Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard COMEDYSPORTZ BUFFALO 7:30pm Improvisational Comedy THE BOOK CORNER - 6pm Slipstream Publications poetry reading

SEASONAL EVENT

DELAWARE PARK - 4-8pm Pints & PierogiMilestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!8:30-6pmCelebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the BardCOMEDYSPORTZ BUFFALO - 7:30pm Improvisational Comedy

SEASONAL MARKETS

THE FOUNDRY - 12-4pm Holiday Market at the Guild

SPECIAL EVENT

DIG BUFFALO - 8-9pm Girl Develop It Buffalo and the allwoman hackathon THE FAIRGROUNDS - 10-6pm GemStreet USA Show & Sale

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SPECIALTY/ COMMUNITY THEATER ELLICOTT CREEK PLAYHOUSE (ST. EDMUND CAMPUS) - 7:30pm The Music Man JEWISH CENTER OF GREATER BUFFALO/BENDERSON FAMILY BUILDING - 4pm, 8pm 4000 Miles, by playwright Amy Herzog LANCASTER OPERA HOUSE 2:30pm, 7:30pm Crimes of the Heart4000 MilesLANCASTER OPERA HOUSE - 2:30pm, 7:30pm Crimes of the Heart

TOURS BUFFALO VISITOR CENTER AT THE BRISBANE BLDG - 10am Masters of American Architecture CAFE 59 - 2pm Allentown Mob TourMasters of American Architecture FORGOTTEN BUFFALO TOURS - 5:30pm Private Clubs & Covert Ops GENE MCCARTHYS - 1pm Brewing Buffalo Bus Tour MARTIN HOUSE - 9am Photography plus tour THE THEODORE ROOSEVELT INAUGURAL NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE - 10am Millionaire Mile: Delaware Ave Mansions TIFFT NATURE PRESERVE - 23:30pm Family Fall Scavenger Hunt

TOURS/HIKES BUFFALO NIAGARA VISITOR'S CENTER IN THE MARKET ARCADE - 10am Masters of American Architecture REINSTEIN WOODS NATURE PRESERVE & ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTER - 5-8pm Nature's Gathering: An Evening of Art, Wine and Cheese1pm SILO CITY (120 CHILDS ST.) 10am Silo City: Vertical; 1pm Silo City: Grounded

SUN

NOV 13 MUSIC

ACOUSTIC/FOLK

ARMOR INN TAP ROOM - 6pm Half A HeardTHE NINTH WARD AT BABEVILLE - 8pm 2nd ANNUAL DAVEY O. & FRIENDS - A CONCERT TO BENEFIT THE FOOD BANK OF WNY!!!!

CLASSICAL

BATAVIA HIGH SCHOOL - 4-6pm Peace On Earth concert feat Soprano Colleen Marcello and Joseph and John Irrera

DAILY PLANET COFFEE CO. - 35pm Classical Music Sunday with the Bell Canto Quartet HELLENIC ORTHODOX CHURCH OF THE AUNNUNCIATION - 6:30pm Nova Musicians Chambers Orchestra RIVIERA THEATRE - 7pm American legion Band of the Tonawandas UB CENTER FOR THE ARTS 7:30pm The electrifying trio of Glen McDaniel, Nick Villalobos, and Zack Clark, together known as Simply Three; 7:30pm Simply Three

JAZZ

BUFFALO HISTORY TOURS - 2pm Mark Filsinger Eleventet; 2:30pm DON MENZA CARNEGIE ART CENTER - 3-5pm Adam Bronstein and the Freehand Band COLORED MUSICIANS' CLUB - 6pm Open Jam Session; 6-9pm MaydenJazz with Dennis M Warne, Jennie Jones,Marc Cousins, Joe Ferrara NIETZSCHE'S - 6pm Ann Phillipone; 8pm Dr Jazz and the Jazzbugs TRINITY CHURCH - 7pm In a tranquil, candle-lit setting, listen to superb live piano jazz interspersed with readings and time for silent meditation. Very peaceful, unique experience

KARAOKE

RIVERSIDE PARK INN - 7pm Karaoke with Eclectic Sound NIETZSCHE'S - 6pm Ann Phillipone; 8pm Dr Jazz and the Jazzbugs TRINITY CHURCH - 7pm In a tranquil, candle-lit setting, listen to superb live piano jazz interspersed with readings and time for silent meditation. Very peaceful, unique experience

OPEN MIC

MR. GOODBAR - 9pm Keith Shuskie Jr. OUR BAR - 2-6pm Children's Hospital Toy Drive and Pig Roast with 55Main, RSVP & Walter Oblivion

OPERA BUFFALO STATE COLLEGE ROCKWELL HALL - 3pm Jacqueline Quirt-Horton with Ivan Docenko

ROCK

BACKSTAGE PUB - 8pm Jimmy Zigzag and Johnny Jeffery SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN - 7pm Wayne Hancock

COMMUNITY EVENTS ARTS & CRAFTS

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 10-5pm

Botanical Gardensâ Art Class Exhibit CLARION HOTEL - 9:30am The Great Batavia Train Show

COMEDY

HELIUM COMEDY CLUB - 7pm Lavell CrawfordBeginner Watercolor MARGARET L. WENDT ARCHIVE & RESOURCE CENTER - 9-5pm The Association for a Buffalo Presidential Center presents, â The Presidents in Buffaloâ

COMMUNITY INTEREST BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:4510:45am Beginner Watercolor ; 10-3pm Orchid Show MAIN-TRANSIT FIRE STATION 1pm Second Chance Sheltering Network's 2016 Annual Chinese Auction MARGARET L. WENDT ARCHIVE & RESOURCE CENTER - 9-5pm The Association for a Buffalo Presidential Center presents, â The Presidents in Buffaloâ

DANCE

GemStreet USA Show & SaleTHE THEODORE ROOSEVELT INAUGURAL NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE - 1pm Millionaire Mile: Delaware Ave Mansions

SPECIALTY/ COMMUNITY THEATER ELLICOTT CREEK PLAYHOUSE (ST. EDMUND CAMPUS) - 3pm The Music Man JEWISH CENTER OF GREATER BUFFALO/BENDERSON FAMILY BUILDING - 2pm 4000 Miles, by playwright Amy Herzog LANCASTER OPERA HOUSE 2:30pm Crimes of the Heart

SPIRITUAL

EL BUEN AMIGO - 2:30-3:30pm Meditation Meets Artist Creation: Improve your creativity in the arts, music, self-awareness & expression w/ Sandra Warnick Holland. All ages & beginners

MON

NOV 14

BURCHFIELD PENNEY ART CENTER - 2pm Elaine Gardner: Buffalo's Ambassador of Contemporary Dance CLASSICAL MR. GOODBAR - 7pm Sunday NIAGARA COUNTY COMMUNITY Public Domain Film Night COLLEGE - 10am Art&media Theatre Richard Falkenstein, FILMS/SCREENINGS lute and Melissa Thornton, CEPA GALLERY - 10-3pm Biff mezzo-sopranoCHARLIE PARR, Henrich The Structure of UB BAIRD HALL - 4pm Miro ThingsMilestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!12- Quartet 5pmCelebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the COUNTRY Life of the Bard SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN - 7pm MR. GOODBAR - 7pm Sunday Stone Country Band Public Domain Film Night

MUSIC

FUNDRAISERS FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH YOUNGSTOWN - 1pm Antiques and Fine Arts Auction UNIVERSITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - 5pm Community Soup Dinner

KIDS STUFF BUFFALO MUSEUM OF SCIENCE 10-4pm Dino Daze YOGA PARKSIDE - 10am Kidding Around Yoga 4000 MilesLANCASTER OPERA HOUSE 2:30pm Crimes of the Heart

LITERARY BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - 12-5pm Milestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!; 12-5pm Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard

SPECIAL EVENT

THE FAIRGROUNDS - 11-5pm

DANCE/DJS/ ELECTRONIC

MOONEY'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL 7:30pm DJ TriviaWAITING ROOM - 7pm Bob Moses

JAZZ

COLORED MUSICIANS' CLUB - 7pm George Scott Big Band NIETZSCHE'S - 5:30pm Jazz Happy Hour with Kevin Urso

OPEN MIC

BACKSTAGE PUB - 8-11pm Michael Hund GENE MCCARTHYS - 7pm Mike P; 8-11pm Open Mic NIETZSCHE'S - 8pm Buffalo's longest runnin open mic TALTY'S TAVERN - 7pm 1st Monday of every Month: Charlie Oâ Neill Guitar ClubOPEN MIC = ALL WELCOME = 7:00pm HOSTED BY: Jim Brucato THE ALLEY CAT - 9pm Bobby Angel

ROCK MOHAWK PLACE - 8pm The Good Life, Field Mouse

COMMUNITY EVENTS ARTS & CRAFTS

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 10-5pm Botanical Gardensâ Art Class Exhibit

COMMUNITY INTEREST BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:4510:45am Beginner Watercolor ; 8:45-10:45am Intermediate Watercolor BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:4510:45am Intermediate Watercolor GYPSY PARLOR - 8pm Trivia with Geeks who Drink INSPIRATION POINT BUFFALO 12-2pm Psychic Healing and Readings by Lory Pollina WEST ELEMENTARY - 5-7pm Sensory Processing Disorder Workshop

DANCE NEGLIA BALLET ARTISTS - 5:457:15pm Adult Ballet; 7-8:30pm Adult Ballet for Beginners8:4510:45amIntermediate WatercolorBuffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens 8:45-10:45am Intermediate Watercolor GYPSY PARLOR - 8pm Trivia with Geeks who Drink INSPIRATION POINT BUFFALO 12-2pm Psychic Healing and Readings by Lory Pollina

FILMS/SCREENINGS CEPA GALLERY - 8-8pm Biff Henrich The Structure of ThingsAdult Ballet7-8:30pm

LECTURES/ PRESENTATIONS BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - 6:30-8pm Partnering for Success: Buffalo, Schools, Kids, Parents, Community CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF BUFFALO - 7pm Dianetics LectureUntitled (the Great Society) I,

LITERARY BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - 8:30-6pm Milestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!; 8:306pm Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF BUFFALO - 7pm Dianetics Lecture


RECREATION/GAMES

OPEN MIC

EPIC RESTAURANT & LOUNGE - 8pm Epic Movie Trivia Night!Milestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!8:30-6pmCelebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard

SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN - 9:30pm John Culliton Mahoney

CLARENCE CENTER COFFEE CO. 7:30-10:30pm karaoke; 7:3010:30pm Doc Stuart Shapiro CLINTON BAR AND GRILL - 8-11pm Jony James COYOTE CAFE - 9:30pm Keith Shuskie FLATTERY'S IRISH PUB - 9:30pm Tyler Massaro GENE MCCARTHYS - 7-9pm Trivial Tuesday GYPSY PARLOR - 8pm TuTuTuesday and Open Mic MILKIE'S ON ELMWOOD (FORMERLY ELMWOOD LOUNGE) - 8pm Open Mic THE ALLEY CAT - 9pm Bobby Angel THE GROOVE LOUNGE - 7:3011:30pm Bringing the lovers of Blues and Soul together, networking in the Blues Community, mentoring in the genres and good times!

AMERICANA

POP

SPECIAL EVENT FIRST NIAGARA CENTER - 7pm WWE RAW

TUES

NOV 15 MUSIC

ACOUSTIC/FOLK

THE NINTH WARD AT BABEVILLE 7pm Mount Motiah with Jake Xerxes Fussel6pm

CLASSICAL KLEINHANS MUSIC HALL - 8pm Miro Quartet; 8pm Miro Quartet with members of the Tokyo Quartet MONTANTE CULTURAL CENTER - 7pm Rob Deemer's "Vox Humana"

COUNTRY SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN - 6pm Twang Gang

DANCE/DJS/ ELECTRONIC DUKE'S BOHEMIAN GROVE BAR - 8pm Neo Soul with Mike DiSanto's Verse SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN - noon Joe Baudo Big Band

JAZZ SHANNON PUB - 7pm River Dogs Dixieland Band7:30-10:30pm SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN - noon Joe Baudo Big Band COYOTE CAFE - 9:30pm Keith Shuskie FLATTERY'S IRISH PUB - 9:30pm Tyler Massaro GENE MCCARTHYS - 7-9pm Trivial Tuesday GYPSY PARLOR - 8pm TuTuTuesday and Open Mic MILKIE'S ON ELMWOOD (FORMERLY ELMWOOD LOUNGE) - 8pm Open Mic THE ALLEY CAT - 9pm Bobby Angel THE GROOVE LOUNGE - 7:3011:30pm Bringing the lovers of Blues and Soul together, networking in the Blues Community, mentoring in the genres and good times!

SHANNON PUB - 2pm Jack and Joe sing SinatraTGI FRIDAY (SHERATON) - 7pm Steve Balesteri

ROCK

MOHAWK PLACE - 8pm Wendy Alembic, Little Cake, Different Planets TGI FRIDAY (SHERATON) - 7pm Steve Balesteri

COMMUNITY EVENTS ARTS & CRAFTS

BRIGHTON PLACE LIBRARY - Adult ColoringTuesdays, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pmOur Adult Coloring Club is a great way to relax and meet new friends. This is not a class and is very casual. Call 332-4375 for information. BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 10-5pm Botanical Gardensâ Art Class Exhibit

COMEDY

NIETZSCHE'S - 8pm Rust Belt Comedy

COMMUNITY INTEREST BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:4510:45am Beginner Watercolor GOOD SHEPHERD COMMUNITY OF FAITH - 6-8pm Community Training Opoid Overdose Recognition & Naxoxone Use INSPIRATION POINT BUFFALO 9:30-11:30am Homeopathy Consultations by Rev. Ellen Bourn; 4-6pm Metaphysical Medicine Astrology Readings by Aaron Fried MARGARET L. WENDT ARCHIVE & RESOURCE CENTER - 9-5pm

The Association for a Buffalo Presidential Center presents, â The Presidents in Buffaloâ THE LODGE BAR & GRILL - 8pm Trivia Night

DANCE NEGLIA BALLET ARTISTS - 6:307:30pm Yoga By Bonnie Series

EXHIBITS STEEL PLANT MUSEUM - 10-5pm A Fair Day's Work: The Role of the Union in the Steel Plants

FILMS/SCREENINGS CEPA GALLERY - 8-8pm Biff Henrich The Structure of Things UB CENTER FOR THE ARTS - 115pm n Untitled (the Great Society) I, LA-based artist Rodney McMillian recites former president Lyndon B. Johnsonâ s entire commencement speech at the University of Michigan in 1964, where he first introduce his idea of the Great Society.

FUNDRAISERS

BUFFALO NIAGARA CONVENTION CENTER - 6-9pm 16th Police Athletic League Annual Auction

LECTURES/ PRESENTATIONS NIAGARA ARTS AND CULTURAL CENTER (THE NACC) - 6-8pm Slide presentation of the Edward Dean Adams Power Plant with Dan DavisMilestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!8:306pmCelebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard NIAGARA FALLS PUBLIC LIBRARY 7pm Joe Golombek WARSAW GHETTO UPRISING

LITERARY BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - 8:30-6pm Milestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!; 8:306pm Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard

WED

NOV 16 MUSIC

ACOUSTIC/FOLK SHANNON PUB - 6:30pm Joe Head THE NINTH WARD AT BABEVILLE - 8pm Bruce Wojick and the Struggle

BLUES ALTERNATIVE BREWS - 8-11:30pm Blues Pro-Jam with Big Sauce Trio with special guests SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN - 6pm A Music Campaign of top WNY Blues artists on a CD, at LIVE events, exclusive â merchâ & more THE COVE - 7-10pm Blues Crew Chicago Jack Civiletto THE TRALF MUSIC HALL - 8pm Tab Benoit

CELTIC/IRISH SHANNON PUB - 6:30pm Joe Head

CLASSICAL BUFFALO STATE COLLEGE ROCKWELL HALL - 7:30pm, 7:30pm Buffalo State Wind Ensemble UB SLEE CONCERT HALL (LIPPES CONCERT HALL) - 7:30pm Miro Quartet; 7:30pm Miro Quartet with members of the Tokyo Quartet MOONEY'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL 7:30pm DJ TriviaPAN AMERICAN GRILL & BREWERY - 5:30pm DJ Trivia

COUNTRY ARMOR INN TAP ROOM - 6:30pm Half A Heard

DANCE/DJS/ ELECTRONIC DUKE'S BOHEMIAN GROVE BAR 9pm Dolla Dolla Beer Ya'll with DJ Charles Masters6pm EPIC RESTAURANT & LOUNGE 10:30pm Ladies Night and DJ MOONEY'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL 7:30pm DJ Trivia PAN AMERICAN GRILL & BREWERY - 5:30pm DJ Trivia

JAZZ GIGI'S CUCINA POVERA - 7-10pm Janice Mitchell, Jim Beishline and Matt Harris NIETZSCHE'S - 6pm Tyler Westcott's Pizza Trio SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN - noon Joe Baudo Quartet

KARAOKE OZONE - 9pm Karaoke NightsASHKER'S JUICE BAR & CAFE - 7-10pm CosmicBYRD HOUSE - 9pm Phil ElinskyMILKIE'S ON ELMWOOD (FORMERLY ELMWOOD LOUNGE) - 8pm Comedy Open MicMUG & MUSKET - 7pm Dave Thurman & Ray BarryPEACE OF MIND COFFEE SHOP - 7-10pm Keith ShuskieSTAMPS BAR - 811pm ArrowSTOCKMAN'S TAVERN & GROVE - 8pm Tom SeitzTHE PENALTY BOX - 10pm Open Jam with Matt RuschmannTUDOR LOUNGE - 10pm Todd Allen

OPEN MIC

ANCHOR INN - 7-11pm J C Thompson ASHKER'S JUICE BAR & CAFE - 710pm Cosmic BYRD HOUSE - 9pm Phil Elinsky MILKIE'S ON ELMWOOD (FORMERLY ELMWOOD LOUNGE) - 8pm Comedy Open Mic MUG & MUSKET - 7pm Dave Thurman & Ray Barry PEACE OF MIND COFFEE SHOP - 710pm Keith Shuskie STAMPS BAR - 8-11pm Arrow STOCKMAN'S TAVERN & GROVE 8pm Tom Seitz THE PENALTY BOX - 10pm Open Jam with Matt Ruschmann TUDOR LOUNGE - 10pm Todd Allen

ROCK

HYDEOUT - 8pm Randy California's Open jam MOHAWK PLACE - 8pm Ground Water Mafia, MeNyou, Tina Panic Noise RIVIERA THEATRE - 7:30pm SULLY ERNA TGI FRIDAY (SHERATON) - 7pm Steve Balesteri

COMMUNITY EVENTS ARTS & CRAFTS

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 10-5pm Botanical Gardensâ Art Class Exhibit DRAGONFLY STUDIO & SALON - 127pm 6th Annual Artisan Show Feat local Artists THE KEGWORKS - 7-9pm renowned German Glassmaker Spiegelau

COMMUNITY INTEREST BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:4510:45am Beginner Watercolor ; 8:45-10:45am Drawing INSPIRATION POINT BUFFALO 1-5pm Tarot Readings by Eva Danielle every Wednesday MARGARET L. WENDT ARCHIVE & RESOURCE CENTER - 9-5pm The Association for a Buffalo Presidential Center presents, â The Presidents in Buffaloâ UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF BUFFALO - 9:30-11:30am The Best of All Possible Worlds! -Utopia and Other Imaginary Lands; Michael Harris, instructor WEST SENECA MIDDLE SCHOOL 6pm Kind Campaign Assembly

DANCE

BLU BAR & GRILLE - 7pm Dance lessons by Salsa for the SoulBeginner Watercolor8:45-

10:45amDrawing NEGLIA BALLET ARTISTS - 78am Barre Fitness Tarot Readings by Eva Danielle every Wednesday MARGARET L. WENDT ARCHIVE & RESOURCE CENTER - 9-5pm The Association for a Buffalo Presidential Center presents, â The Presidents in Buffaloâ

FILMS/SCREENINGS CEPA GALLERY - 8-8pm Biff Henrich The Structure of Things NIAGARA FALLS PUBLIC LIBRARY - 6:30pm Rock The City slide presentation on geology and architecture of WNY building stone

LECTURES/ PRESENTATIONS BUFFALO RIVER FEST PARK - 69pm six minute building stories fundraiser BURCHFIELD PENNEY ART CENTER - 6pm Alumni in Film: How Buffalo state Alumni Are Bringing Hollywood to BuffaloUntitled (the Great Society) I, Church of Scientology of Buffalo - 6:45pm You can be more able than you are. A recorded lecture by L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Dianetics and Scientology. $15. 8563910; 7pm Clear Body, Clear Mind Church of Scientology of Buffalo - 7pm Dianetics Lecture Hilton Garden Inn - 5:30-8pm Matt Skallarud, president of Pink Banana Media speaker

LITERARY BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - 8:30-6pm Milestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!; 8:30-6pm Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard Pausa Art House - 6:3010:30pm A Toast to Poets of Wit and Eloquence; 6:30pm A Celebration of Western New York Poets SATURN CLUB - 5:30pm Author Michael Lee Stallard

RECREATION/GAMES MAIN STREET GALLERY 8:30pm The Players Chess ClubMilestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!8:30-6pmCelebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard

SEASONAL EVENT MEDAILLE COLLEGE - 7-9pm 2016 Veterinary Explorer Post Annual Meeting

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