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on an ear) because instruments were left in bowls and a surgical glove and medication wrappings tossed into a trash can (and a gown left on a table). (2) A 35-year-old man was detained by police in Vancouver, British Columbia, in October after a home break-in in which the intruder took off his clothes, grabbed some eggs and began preparing a meal. The homeowner, elsewhere in the house, noticed the commotion and the intruder fled (still naked). [WEWS-TV (Cleveland), 10-27-2016] [CTV News (Vancouver), 10-20-2016]

COMPELLING EXPLANATIONS

BY CHUCK SHEPHERD

HOW TO TELL IF YOU'VE HAD TOO MUCH TO DRINK Ashley Basich, 49, was arrested in Cheyenne, Wyoming, in October and charged with DUI after police found her, late at night, using an industrial forklift to pick up and move a van that she explained was blocking her driveway. Problems: She works for the state forestry department and had commandeered a stateowned vehicle, she had a cooler of beer in the forklift and was operating it while wearing flipflops (OSHA violation!), and the van "blocking" her driveway was her own. [Wyoming Tribune Eagle (Cheyenne), 11-2-2016]

Two men in rural Coffee County, Georgia, told sheriff's deputies in November that they had planned to soon attack a science-research center in Alaska because peoples' "souls" were trapped there and needed to be released (or at least that is what God told Michael Mancil, 30, and James Dryden Jr., 22, causing them to amass a small, but "something out of a movie" arsenal, according to the sheriff). The High Frequency Active Aural Research Facility, run by the University of Alaska Fairbanks, has long been a target of conspiracists, in that "the study of the Earth's atmosphere" obviously, they say, facilitates "mind control," snatching souls. [WALB-TV (Albany,

WELL, OF COURSE! (1) Motorist Luke Campbell, 28, was arrested near Minneapolis in September and charged with firing his gun at several passing cars, wounding one man (a bus passenger) -- explaining to a bystander that shooting at other vehicles "relieves stress." (2) Briton Mark Wright, 45, caught with illegal drugs taped to his penis following his arrest for burglary, told Newcastle Crown Court in September that he had "hidden" them there to keep them secret from his wife (perhaps identifying one place that she no longer visits). [Star Tribune (Minneapolis), 9-23-2016] [The Chronicle (Newcastle), 9-28-2016]

PEOPLE WITH ISSUES A 49-year-old man was partly exonerated by a court in southern Sweden in September when he convinced the judge that he had a severe anxiety attack every time he received an "official" government letter in the mail (known as "window envelopes" in Sweden). Thus, though he was guilty of DUI and several other minor traffic offenses while operating his scooter, the judge dropped the charge of driving without a license because the man never opened the string of "frightening" letters informing him that operating a scooter requires a license. [The Local (Stockholm), 9-3-2016]

LEAST COMPETENT CRIMINALS Jacob Roemer, 20, was arrested in Negaunee Township, Michigan, after a brief chase on Oct. 29 following an attempted home invasion. The resident had confronted him, chasing Roemer into the woods, where a State Police dog eventually found him lying on the ground unconscious and bloody, after, in the darkness, running into a tree and knocking himself out. [Marquette Mining Journal, 10-30-2016]

POLICE REPORT Inexplicable: (1) The police chief of Bath Township, Ohio, acknowledged the overnight break-in on Oct. 10 or 11 at the University Hospitals Ghent Family Practice, but said nothing was missing. It appeared that an intruder (or intruders) had performed some medical procedure in a clinical office (probably

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A drunk and angry woman stole a forklift to move an SUV blocking her driveway. It was her SUV.

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Sportsmen’s Fri Nov 25th 8:30pm $10 This 25th anniversary show is being filmed as a documentary and will feature chestnuts from the Steam Donkey’s colorful past. Rare merchandise and souvenirs available.

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The Tralf Fri Nov 25th 9pm $10 adv/$12 d.o.s. The Strictly Hip (Music of the Tragically Hip), Tiny Music ( Music of Stone Cold Pilots), and Unleash The Lion (Music of Pearl Jam) perform in the style of MTV Unplugged. Hosted by Eddie Woo from 103.3 The Edge

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Sportsmen’s Tavern Sat Nov 26th 9:30pm$10 The Strictly Hip (Music of the Tragically Hip), Tiny Music ( Music of Stone Cold Pilots), and Unleash The Lion (Music of Pearl Jam) perform in the style of MTV Unplugged. Hosted by Eddie Woo from 103.3 The Edge

HIP HOP KARAOKE 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY

Waiting Room Sat Nov 26th 10pm Free before 11pm Buffalo’s own DJ duo GLDN GIRLS hold down the music while Billy Essco is your host for the night. Grab the mic and show them what you got.

JOHN VALBY JOHN VALBY The Tralf Sat Nov 26th 8pm $15adv/$20 day of showJohn Valby aka “Dr. Dirty” brings his bawdy lyrics and classical piano stylings to the Tralf. Ya-Ya-mother

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Helium Comedy Club Fri Sat Nov25th &26th Beautiful Nikki Glaser brings her hilarious stand-up to the Helium Comedy Club. This year, she landed her own comedy show on Comedy Central called “Not Safe with Nikki Glaser.”

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Pausa Art House Fri Nov 18th 8pm $7 The Fredtown Stompers have established themselves as the premier Dixieland band in the Western NY area. The band also performs Hot Jazz hits than span old classics and nontraditional modern staples.

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PENDERECKI AT THE ALBRIGHT KNOX The Buffalo Chamber Players honor Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki

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he Buffalo Chamber Players continue to celebrate their 10th anniversary season in high style. On Thursday December 1 at 7:30 pm the BCP will devote their entire program to the chamber music of Krzysztof Penderecki, the greatest living Polish composer, who will himself be present for the occasion, on his historic first trip ever to Buffalo. BPO music director JoAnn Falletta met Penderecki last year, when she was invited to conduct a concert in Poland that featured a performance of one of the composer’s works. On meeting Penderecki, Falletta took advantage of the opportunity to invite him to Buffalo to conduct the BPO in a program centered on one of his works. The BPO will premiere Penderecki’s Concerto for Violin and Cello on the weekend following the BCP’s event, which will be the subject of my column in next week’s edition of Artvoice. When Penderecki also asked JoAnn Falletta about the possibility of setting up a performance of some of his recent chamber music, which has been woefully underperformed in America, she immediately suggested contacting Janz Castelo, a member of the BPO viola section, and the founder and artistic director of the Buffalo Chamber Players. Born in 1933, Krzysztof Penderecki has enjoyed a prolific international career as both a composer and conductor. His Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima (1960) was recognized with the UNESCO prize. He has been awarded the Order of the White Eagle, Poland’s highest honor, as well as recognitions from the governments of Latvia, Luxembourg, and Armenia. His music has been featured in most of the world’s great concert halls, and also featured in films such as “The Shining”, “The Exorcist”, and “Shutter Island”. While Penderecki has gained an enviable wide international reputation based on his large scale, often incendiary orchestral pieces, and his sometimes controversial, but always thought provoking choral, and 4 4

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especially operatic works, his large catalogue of instrumental and chamber works have generally been largely overlooked, particularly in this country. Case in point: the Buffalo Chamber Music Society, the second oldest such society in the entire country, has logged a very impressive concert program play list, but in its 92 year history it has never programmed a work by Penderecki. Similarly, the composer’s works have made only very rare appearances at the University at Buffalo’s prestigious June in Buffalo festivals, devoted to contemporary music.

sense of history. I am certain our audience will cherish the opportunity to experience these works with the composer in attendance.” “Penderecki is a composer who is very much committed to what has come before”, says Castelo. “The nature of his compositions reminds me very much of a park, as opposed to a forest, since unlike in the works of many other contemporary composers, you can clearly see his intentions from the beginnings to the end. Penderecki is always very concerned with what came before, but always with a sense of looking

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For the evening’s concert, Penderecki requested the works to be performed: Cadenza for solo viola (1984), Quartet for clarinet and string trio (1993), and Sextet for clarinet, horn, violin, viola, cello, and piano (2000). Artistic Director Janz Castelo says, “The musicians and I are honored to welcome Maestro Penderecki to Buffalo. His music is powerful and profound, with strong

forward. His compositions display the sense of being part of the classical canon, and I think that they will remain relevant for the next fifty, or even the next 150 years. I think that Penderecki’s music puts him in the same class as the giants of 20th century music such as Bartok and Stravinsky – he is the real deal. There is a wonderful symmetry in his music, and no superfluous showmanship, and it displays an all too rare

genuine sense of gravitas”. A reception with the musicians and the composer will follow the performance. Tickets: $20 ($15 for AK members); Students: $5. Information: www.buffalochamberplayers.org YUKI NUMATA RESNICK Album Release Party at Pausa

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ometimes it’s challenging to be a classical music lover in Buffalo, due to having to choose on those occasions when two ‘do-not-miss’ events conflict. On Thursday December 1 at 7pm, Pausa Art House will host a CD release party for Yuki Numata Resnick, who has been described by the New York Times as a player of “virtuosic flair and dexterous bravery,” On her new disc “For Ko” Yuki interweaves the movements of J.S. Bach’s Partita No.1 in B minor with newly commissioned responses from composers Caleb Burhans, Clara Iannotta, Matt Marks, and Andrew Greenwald.

Collaboration and the creation of community are guiding values for Yuki, as exemplified with her non-profit organization Buffalo String Works (BSW). Yuki is a founder and co-director of BSW which provides music lessons for children of refugee and immigrant families on the lower West Side of Buffalo. BSW is also a training ground for the college-age teachers and future artistic leaders who work with its young participants. Tickets: $7/5 students. www.pausaarthouse. com


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The top choices for 2016 gift-giving for Buffalonians near and far are likely to be two books that have recently been released: The Electrifying Fall of Rainbow City, Margaret Creighton (Norton), a terrific history of the 1901 Pan-Am Exposition, a new look at the moment often-regarded as the apex of Buffalo’s history, as well as the harbinger of its decline; and Right Here, Right Now, edited by Jody Biehl (Belt Publishing), a collection of essays about Buffalo now, written by current and former Buffalonians (full disclosure—I am a contributor, and Talking Leaves is co-hosting a publication release party with the publisher at the Market Arcade from 4-6 on Saturday, December 10th). Both books have much to say about the city, past and present. Bruce Jackson’s evocative and memorable collection of photographs of the grain elevators along the Buffalo waterfront, American Chartres (SUNY Press), will make it into a lot of area homes as well. 2016 has been a good year for fiction—both John Wray and Lauren Belfer (Buffalo-raised authors) released well-received novels in the spring (The Lost Time Accidents (FSG)and And After the Fire (Harper); both dealing in their own unique way with traveling through time. Colson Whitehead’s The Underground Railroad (Random House) conceptualizes the Underground Railroad as a literal underground track, with conductors and engineers, as he chronicles a young female slave’s bid for freedom, and in doing so meditates on our nation’s history of slavery and bondage. Zadie Smith returns with Swing Time (Penguin Press) a tale of the linked lives of

two brown girls who meet in dance class and their diverging searches for identity and meaning in their lives. Jonathan Safran Foer released Here I Am (FSG), a book about a collapsing marriage and a catastrophic earthquake in the Middle East, about the claims of history, family, identity in a broken world. In Everybody’s Fool (Random House) Richard Russo revisits the site and characters of his acclaimed Nobody’s Fool, three decades later, older maybe wiser, maybe not. Anyone who somehow overlooked the work of speculative fiction master Ursula LeGuin over the past half century has the chance to have that oversight rectified with a choice of new books: a Library of America publication of the Complete Orsinia, or two collections from Saga Press, Found and Lost: Novellas, and The Unreal and the Real: Selected Short Fiction. Here’s five important non-fiction books that should make their way under more than a few trees this holiday season: White Trash (Viking), Nancy Isenberg, the first sustained look at class in the US in a very long time; Blood in the Water (Pantheon), Heather Thompson, a highly acclaimed look into the 1971 Attica Prison Rebellion and its aftermath; The Fire This Time (Scribner), an anthology of writings about race in America that responds to and updates James Baldwin’s The Fire This Time, 50 years


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Emily Dickinson’s Poems as She Preserved Them (Harvard U Press), will also weigh down more than a few stockings. As usual, there’s a wonderful new crop of books for children. Highlights include A Celebration of Beatrix Potter (Frederick Warne), tribute by 30 contemporary children’s authors and illustrators to their literary forbear and her rabbits, and A Child of Books (Candlewick), Oliver Jeffers and Sam Winston’s stunning prose poem on the rewards of reading and sharing stories. Buffalo’s Janet McNally will release her debut young adult novel, Girls in the Moon (Harper), next week—a Buffalo teen’s search for truth and her own voice in a family of complicated and contentious storytellers and story evaders. You’ll find these and plenty more to give and receive, to read and to hear, as you explore the iceberg these books are just a sampling of the tip of, at independent bookstores across the country and in your hometown. Shop local to infuse much-needed capital into our local economy—thus giving the gift of books to your friends and family, and of increasing economic stability to your hometown. Jonathon Welch 21 Nov 2016

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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 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

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS 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, Fri-Sun at 7. Adam Mickewicz Library and Dramatic Circle, 612 Fillmore Ave. (812-5733). www.tornspacetheater.com

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OPENING BUFFALO PINOCCHIO, new adaptation of the classic story written and directed by Richrd Lambert, starring Todd Fuller, David Adamczyk, Betsy Bittar, Frank LaVoie, Joni Russ, Mary Moebius, Mark Bogumil, Suzanne Fitzery, Kathleen Ashwill, Leonard Ziolkowski. Nov 25-Dec 17, Thu-Sat at 8. New Phoenix Theatre, 95 Johnson Park (8531334). www.newphoenixtheatre.org MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET, adapted by Mountain Community Theater from the novel by Valentine Davies presented by Theatre in the Mist, directed by Emily Pici, starring Ron Ashker, Anne Kurtis, John Jacoby, Rhett Durgan. Nov 25- Dec 3, Fri & Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2. Stella Niagara Education Park, 4421 Lower River Road, Lewiston. (1-877856-0694) www.theatreinthemist.org NUNCRACKERS: THE NUNSENSE CHRISTMAS MUSICAL, musical by Dan Goggin presented by Rocking Horse Productions, directed by Leigha Eichhorn, starring Christina Doyle, Gail Graesser, Liz Staley, Artie Vanderpool,

Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2:30 (Nov 26 at 2:30 instead of 7:30). Lancaster Opera House, 21 Central Ave., Lancaster (6831776). www.lancopera.org

ONGOING THE BETSY CARMICHAEL CHRISTMAS SPECIAL, world premiere original comedy conceived & written by Mary Kate O’Connell & Joey Bucheker, presented by O’Connell & Company, directed by O’Connell, starring Betsy Carmichael, Jerry Mosey, Adam M. Wall, Corey Bieber, Sean Murphy. Through Dec 18, Thu-Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2:30. The Park School, 4625 Harlem Road, Snyder (848-0800). www.oconnellandcompany.com 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. Through Dec 10, Fri & Sat at 8. Alleyway Theatre’s Main Street Cabaret, 672 Main St. (886-9239). www.buffalobua. org/www.varlets.org

THE CHIMES: A Goblin Story world-premiere adaptation written and directed by John Hurley, starring Andrea Andolina, Gerry Maher, Lisa Vitrano, Nick Lama, Steve Brachmann. Dec 2-18, Thu-Sat at 7:30, Sun at 2. Road Less Traveled Theater, 500 Pearl St. (629-3069). www. roadlesstraveledproductions.org A CHRISTMAS CAROL, adapted and directed by Neal Radice, starring David C. Mitchell, Stephanie Bax, Michelle Holden, Noah Doktor, Shawn Calmes, Allison Barsi, Roger VanDette, David G. Poole, Jerry Hudson, Joyce Stilson, James Cichocki. Dec 8-18, Thu & Fri at 7:30, Sat at 5 & 8, Sun at 2. Alleyway Theatre, One Curtain Up Alley (852-2600). www. alleyway.com

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MIDSUMMER DYKE’S BRAZEN-FACED VARLETS HITS 10 by ANTHONY CHASE National Gay Theater Festival, which was in Columbus, Ohio that year. This was 2005. They did Matthew Crehan Higgins’ Confessions. I was very impressed with their work. Not only was the acting excellent, it was a new work. We realized that a theater community that could support new work was a very strong theater community.” “I was familiar with Buffalo, because I had done my undergraduate degree at UB,” says Haberberger. “I knew Stephen McKinley Henderson, and Ed Smith. Joyce Stilson had been one of my teachers. I had assistant staged managed the All My Sons that Manny Fried was in. I had seen the Godot with Saul Elkin, and Jerry Finnegan, and Chris O’Neill. Also, I am originally from Rochester, so it was closer to my family, without being too close. Buffalo seemed ideal! And so we made the move.”

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ast week on November 18th in the Main Street Cabaret, BrazenFaced Varlets, Buffalo’s diehard feminist/lesbian theater company, opened their production of Shawn P. Northrip’s A Midsummer Dyke’s Dream, ten years to the day after they opened Ramona & Juliet in the same venue. It’s a time to celebrate. It’s a time to take stock. And it’s a time to plan. Company co-founder and director Lara D. Haberberger describes the events that lead to the company’s move to Buffalo.

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“We were working in the Washington, D.C. area,” she recalls. “I had done my M.F.A. in directing at Catholic University in D.C., but it was very expensive for a fledgling theater company there. It took a lot of money to rent a space, and because most everything in D.C. is Equity, you had to rehearse during the day. [Actor] Heather [Fangsrud] and I had been talking about relocating when we met the guys from Buffalo United Artists Artists at the

lished a presence, mostly performing in the back room at Rust Belt Books. They have garnered Artie Award nominations. Highlights have included Ramona & Juliet, The Anastasia Trials, Oedipus, and The Last Reading of Charlotte Cushman.

because they were being cast all the time,” says Haberberger. “There were far fewer roles for women, and therefore far fewer opportunities to grow. We wanted to start a company that would focus on the talents and concerns of women. I think we have done that.” Still, performing in a venue that can only seat 20 has been a mixed blessing, and the move to Grant Street has been a challenge. “Obviously, the intimacy is a plus,” says Haberberger, “but the audience gets claustrophobic if we go for more than an hour. Also, when a sold out house means only twenty people, we have not been well positioned for audience development.” With A Midsummer Dyke’s Dream, a playful parody of Shakespeare with a lesbian spin, the company returns to its strengths. “We are happy to be working with BUA,” enthuses Haberberger. “Going forward, we hope to focus more on developing the audience and continuing to focus on women’s issues. But we’re not going anywhere!” A Midsummer Dyke’s Dream continues through Dec. 10th at the Main Street Cabaret in the Alleyway Theatre complex, 672 Main St., Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. Call 716-886-9239.

“We are members of the Theatre Alliance of Buffalo and of the Theatre District Association, and we have gotten our notfor-profit status,” Haberberger notes. They have also been able to define their mission. “At Catholic [University], I could see men in the acting program get bet- Heather Fansgrud as Puck, Jennifer Gembka as Titania, Stephanie Warnick as Botter and better, just tom, and Lara D. Haberberger as Buttercup in "A Midsummer Dyke's Dream"


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The fabulous Marissa Jaret Winokur (pictured above) who originated the role of Tracy Turnblad in the musical Hairspray back in 2003 will be making a cameo appearance in the upcoming Hairspray Live!, which will air December 7th on NBC, channel 2. Newcomer Maddie Baillio will be playing Tracy. Winokur won a Tony Award and a Theatre World Award for her performance. Hairspray Live! stars Harvey Fierstein, recreating his Tony-winning Broadway role as Edna Turnblad, with Buffalo’s Paul Vogt (who also played Edna on Broadway), as Mr. Spritzer. The cast also includes Broadway veterans Kristin Chenoweth, Andrea Martin, Sean Hayes, Rosie O’Donnell, Martin Short, and Jennifer Hudson. Ricki Lake, who first brought Tracy’s character to life in the 1988 John Waters film, will also make a cameo appearance in the live TV broadcast. Up next for O’Connell & Company, It Shoulda Been You, a delightful musical that played Broadway last season. Directed by Roger Paolini, the show will open on January 26th starring Sara Kovacsi, Pamela Rose Mangus, Mary Kate O’Connell, Heather Reed, Adam Hayes, Rebecca Runge, Matthew Rivera, Dan Urtz, Todd Fuller, Bill Group, Joey Buchecker, Greg Gjurich, and Mary Gjurich. It WAS a Wonderful Life returns to the chapel at Forest Lawn, Saturdays and Sundays from November 26th through December 31st. Directed by and starring Loraine O’Donnell, this theatrical piece presents some of the cemetery’s most illustrious permanent residents reminiscing

about Christmases past, when “they enjoyed life on this side of the lawn.” The production stars John Fredo, Doug Crane, Jen Stafford, Mary Craig, Tim Finnegan, Dudney Joseph, Annette Christian, and Arianne Davidow, with Griffin Kramer at the piano. For tickets go to forest-lawn.com, or call 716-3322233. Theatre of Youth continues its 45th season with Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells, a holiday story written by Allison Gregory, based on Barbara Park’s Junie B. Jones series. Directed by Meg Quinn, the production stars Renee Landrigan, Arin Lee Dandes, Dan Torres, Danica Riddick, Kevin Craig, Dan Urtz, and Larry Smith. The show runs December 3rd-18th on Saturdays and Sundays. Save the date! On Friday, February 24th The Irish Classical Theatre Company will hold its annual fundraiser The Wake (a party to die for!). Tickets include wine, beer, food, and continuous live entertainment. This time the event will be held at the Atrium at Rich’s, 1 Robert Rich Way. For tickets, call 853-ICTC. Charles Dickens will be very popular this holiday season in the Theatre District. The Alleyway Theatre’s traditional production of A Christmas Carol opens on December 8th. Adapted and directed by Neal Radice, now in its 34th year, the production stars Noah Doktor as Tiny Tim. The Paul Robeson Theatre is taking its production of the musical Christmas is Comin Uptown, actually further downtown to Shea’s 710 Main Theatre, December 8th – 18th. Based on A Christmas Carol, this musical adaptation is set in Harlem and is being directed and choreographed by Reginald Kelly. Road Less Traveled is presenting the world premiere of The Chimes, John Hurley’s adaptation the second of Dickens’ five holiday tales,

this New Year’s Eve “goblin story” was published just a year after his better known A Christmas Carol. The Chimes opens on December 2nd. The 2012 Tony award winner for Best Musical, Once, returns to Shea’s for one performance only on Saturday, December 10th. Based on the 2007 film of the same name, music and lyrics are by Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová, who also wrote the film’s score including the Academy Awardwinning “Falling Slowly”. To celebrate its 25th birthday, BUA will present the regional premiere of Mark Gerrard’s comedy Steve, which finished its world premiere run in New York city earlier this year, directed by Cynthia Nixon. The BUA production will be directed by Jessica Rasp, starring Caitlin Coleman, Tim Finnegan, David Granville, Eric Rawski, and Michael Seitz. Steve opens on January 20th at the Alleyway Theatre.

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etting a head start on planning your holiday festivities? When you’re making your shopping list, don’t forget to think about what beverages you want to serve your guests this holiday season. At this time of year, when friends and family come by for parties, stop by to drop off holiday gifts or their favorite cookies, be sure to have something to serve them that will warm their hands and their hearts. For guests coming in from the cold, perhaps the nicest treat would be a delicious mug of mulled cider. Start with fresh cider from your favorite mill, temperately heated in a saucepan with a dash of nutmeg and cloves. Some chefs like to add a pinch of allspice, some zest of lemon or orange, or even a bit of brown sugar if the cider needs sweetening. But the best thing about mulled cider and many of the best holiday drinks is that they can be served with or without alcohol, depending on your plans for an evening. Rum is often the top choice for a mug of mulled cider. It goes so well with the taste of fresh apple. If warming your spirits with a touch of bourbon or brandy is what you have in mind, then the Hot Toddy is the only way to go. A Hot Toddy is always made with liquor and water with sugar and spices. Not unlike the mulled cider, the recipe is really dependent on the tastes of the bartender, although I believe the original “Hot Toddy” was a drink made with scotch on British Navy ships in an

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five pint mixture of egg nog. Sweeten to taste, season with vanilla, nutmeg and cinnamon, blend and chill before serving. This is an all-day holiday treat that can be pulled from the fridge, given a fresh stir in the blender and served with lunch or cookies or even with dessert after a long and leisurely meal.

earlier century. For serving guests this holiday season, consider a hot brewed tea toddy with a shot of brandy, some squeezed fresh lemon or cranberry juice and sweetened to taste along with a hint of your favorite spices. For those of you who like to bring along a hot drink while you’re out on the slopes, a thermos of classic hot chocolate is always a fun treat in between hills. You can always give a cup of hot chocolate a fun seasonal twist. But first, be sure to use the finest of ingredients. A true hot cocoa should not be made with water. Combine about 1/3 a cup of unsweetened cocoa powder with about . cup of sugar to get the right element of sweetness in your cocoa. You can, of course, cheat--get yourself some Nestle’s or Hershey’s cocoa powder. But be sure to heat the powder with a combination of milk and heavy cream. Then add a flavor to the saucepan to give it your own special touch. Consider almond extract or peppermint. The point is not just to take the chill out of your bones, but to please the palate as well. And last but certainly not least, there is the ‘nog.’ This can be served warm or chilled, and it’s still the most popular holiday drink for sharing with family and friends, although concerns about serving drinks made with raw eggs is dampening its popularity of late. Egg substitutes are available on the market. Depending on how many you are serving, the correct measurement is generally one part milk to four parts heavy cream. Blend in about six eggs for a

Playboy’s Hot Buttered Rum 2 oz. dark Jamaican rum 1/2 tsp. maraschino liqueur 1 oz. lemon juice 1 tsp. sugar 2 tsp. butter boiling water 1 slice lemon freshly grated nutmeg Pour rum, maraschino liqueur, and lemon juice into 12-oz. mug. Add sugar and butter. Fill with boiling water. Stir to dissolve butter and sugar. Add lemon slice. Sprinkle nutmeg on top. Hot Eggnog 1 egg 1 dash salt 1 tbsp. sugar 3/4 cup (6 oz.) hot milk 2 oz. hot Cognac 1 tsp. dark Jamaican rum freshly grated nutmeg Put whole egg and dash of salt in mixing bowl; beat egg until it is very thick and lemon yellow in color. Add sugar and beat until sugar is blended. Add hot milk, Cognac and rum. Stir well. Sprinkle lightly with a dash of nutmeg. Recipes courtesy of the Playboy Bartender’s Guide


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In comparison to other meats turkey is relatively low in saturated fat, and much of the fat is located in or just below the skin. The beauty of roasting a bird is that a great deal of the fat is rendered off during the cooking process. A threeounce portion of breast meat has a mere 160 calories. (But then, when’s the last time anyone ate three ounces of anything on Thanksgiving?) Turkey is also an excellent source of protein and niacin and is an easily digested meat, which makes it an ideal choice of protein for children and the elderly. Turkey also contains L-tryptophan, a natural sedative. Turkey’s distinctive yet gentle flavor lends itself to any dish that calls for a mild-flavored meat, such as chicken, pork, or veal.

Well, here it is November already— can you believe it?—and being a food writer I feel compelled to offer the obligatory turkey article. And as I do, a quote comes to mind. Some years ago I attended a seminar at the New School in New York City. One of the speakers was Nach Waxman, owner of the literary cookbook store, Kitchen Arts and Letters. When he sat down he gave the room a long, sweeping look and then said, “We do not live in a recipe-deprived society.” He paused, and then repeated himself, insinuating that there are too many recipes for the same thing and that food writing needn’t be boring nor merely a compilation of recipes. With that thought in mind I shan’t offer any recipes on roasting the bird or how to make stuffing. You need only look at any newspaper or magazine for the “best” or “easiest” way to roast your bird. Instead, I’ll include a few recipes on what to do with leftovers, because in this eater’s opinion leftovers are as good as the initial serving. One of the most underused leftovers is also the most fundamental: the bird’s stripped and picked-over carcass. While not the most attractive item, it’s just crying out to be used. And the easiest way to do this is to put it in a

pot (along with any scraps of meat and a few vegetables), cover it with water, and cook it. The resulting broth will be delicious and suitable for any recipe calling for chicken broth. As I type these words I ponder a question: Why wait until Thanksgiving to eat turkey? This is a query I pose mostly to myself. Americans eat chicken often yet generally consume turkey only a few times a year. One would assume that ingrained cultural habits are at play. While the Thanksgiving feast began centuries ago as a New England tradition and eventually spread through the rest of the country, it wasn’t until 1863 that Abraham Lincoln named it a national holiday. But long before any explorer ever set foot on the Americas, the Aztecs were braising wild turkey with spices, chilies, and chocolate—a dish that would not be unlike a present-day molé. The origin of the name turkey is interesting. Some say early colonists thought that the turkey was from (where else?) Turkey. A more common theory is that the turkey got its name through the confusion of Columbus, who thought that the “New World” was somehow related to India, and that the name for the bird was tuka, the Tamil word for peacock, which is what turkeys were initially thought to be. In France turkey

I realize that I previously stated I wouldn’t offer recipes for cooking your bird, but I can’t help myself. Here are a few basic suggestions. The most common state turkey is purchased is frozen, thus, before cooking a bird make sure it is completely thawed to insure even heat transfer. The USDA approves three methods by which to thaw turkeys: in a refrigerator, in cold water, and in a microwave. I feel the best method is to plan ahead and thaw it for a few days in a refrigerator; the water method requires numerous refreshments and microwaves scare me. If you purchase a fresh turkey, you needn’t concern yourself with any of this. When roasting your bird, preheat an oven to at least 325F, and roast it until a probe thermometer reads a minimum of 170 degrees when inserted into the thickest part of the inner thigh. It’s also recommended that you prepare your stuffing in a pan separately to avoid the risk of bacteria. This, of course, would make it a dressing, as it wouldn’t be stuffing anything. If you do decide to stuff the bird, do so directly before roasting it, and cook it until the stuffing also reaches 170 degrees Fahrenheit.

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shots and all three shootout attempts, against the formidable tandem of Sidney Crosby, Evgeny Malkin and Kris Letang. A beaming Dan Bylsma, who notched his first Sabres win against the team he used to coach and once led to a Stanley Cup, could barely contain his glee on the outcome that his team so desperately needed to have. “It doesn’t really matter at this point who it’s against, but against one of the better teams if not the best in the league. We finally figured out a shootout and won the shootout. Cal O’Reilly’s dramatic shootout goal

Nicholas Baptiste, Hudson Fasching, Casey Nelson, Linus Ullmark, Justin Bailey, William Carrier, Justin Falk, Cole Schneider, Evan Rodrigues, Taylor Fedun, Cal O’Reilly. This is the roster of Sabres prospects who have seen time in a Buffalo uniform this season, which is barely six weeks old, thanks to horrific spate of injuries which the team has had to endure so far. Some have had several callups and subsequent returns to Rochester, as Coach Dan Bylsma desperately tries to plug holes and tweak his roster while keeping the skids from completely falling off. It hasn’t been easy – the Sabres lost Jack Eichel before the first puck was even dropped to begin the season. Evander Kane has lost time and hasn’t been himself since returning. Ryan O’Reilly is slotted to be one of the leading scorers on the team and he is on the shelf. Tyler Ennis has a groin injury. Defensemen Dmitry Kulikov and Zach Bogosian are sidelined.

all the injuries and prospects such as Justin Bailey and Evan Rodrigues looking so disappointing, Fedun is here in Buffalo, and has been impressive. “It was all a bit of a whirlwind getting the callup, but I had a good chance to get focused and get ready. It was pretty exciting, since I never had a chance to play in any of the exhibition games, so just throwing on the jersey and getting out there was great.” Fedun sees a lot of promise within the organization. “They’re cultivating a great culture down in Rochester, and fans need to be patient, because that is going to translate to big things down the road,” said Fedun. At this point Fedun isn’t looking too far ahead as to his stay in Buffalo. “It’s day to day with all the injuries they’ve had, we’ll have to see what happens.” Back in the day, former coach Lindy Ruff’s stock line when a player succumbed to injury was “This creates an opportunity for someone else to step up”. Many of the minor league players have not seized that opportunity. But perhaps players like Fedun, O’Reilly and WNY’er Cole Schnieder might be the ones to help this team out of their current down cycle. TARO SEZ..

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And the regulars who remain simply haven’t stepped up. Forwards such as Zemgus Girgensens and Sam Reinhart have dished up performances that are almost Leinoesque. It has all translated into a six game losing streak, which was finally snapped last Saturday. During that streak the team managed to get only two points, and at one time was dead last in the Eastern Conference. And while the team is still within striking distance of a playoff slot even while standings watching at this early point, right now things are looking bleak. This past week saw a low point and

was pretty much empty. Two nights later, the Stanley Cup champions Pittsburgh Penguins came to town, accompanied by several thousand of their full throated fans who made the weekend trip to our city. In a game that Buffalo desperately needed to have just to stem the bleeding and inspire some renewed confidence on the team, the Sabres came up big. It was William Carrier getting his first NHL goal. It was Taylor Fedun earning second star honors. It was Cal O’Reilly, Ryan’s brother, netting the lone shootout goal. It was goaltender Anders Nilsson stopping 46 of 47

came from the unlikeliest of directions. O’Reilly had just been promoted to Buffalo earlier that day. “We put people in situations where they are most likely to be successful,” said Bylsma. He had a hunch that O’Reilly would be the guy to put one past goaltender Marc Andre Fleury, after the first two misfired. Said O’Reilly, “I didn’t know I’d be up to take the shot until I was tapped on the shoulder and sent out there.” Taylor Fedun’s promotion to Buffalo was unexpected. The Ukrainian-Canadian who hails from Edmonton came to the Sabres via free agency this past summer, and was not slotted for any time with the big club this season. But with

Over a year ago came the big announcement that the IIHF World Juniors are coming to Buffalo in 2017-2018. This came on the heels of the city obtaining new funding to continue reconstruction of Main Street with cars returning to lower Main Street. A year has passed and there has been no movement on design, announcement of contractor or beginning of work. Nothing will make worse optics, in person and on television, than forcing our visitors from around the world to climb through barriers and mud pits and construction sites as they make their way to the arena next winter. More fail by the public agencies overseeing the rebirth and bailout of Canalside. Should we really be surprised? artvoice.com | nov 24 nov 30

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A Do-It-Yourself Surprise… Ready-Made Magazine (available at the Lexington Co-op, or by subscription at www. readymademag.com) is a great DIY guide. City-wise and eco-friendly, it provides unusual, resourceful ideas that are certainly do-able, as well as being off the beaten path. Here’s an idea for how to give money that came from there, and though I don’t quite understand it, it sounds cool: Put some cash (or a diamond ring, if the occasion warrants) into a plastic ziplock bag. Mix up some Durham’s water putty according to instructions on the package, and pour into a square baking dish or seasonally shaped mold, if you have one. Fill mold halfway, toss in the money or trinket, and cover with more putty. When it dries, it will be a square (or tree-shaped) cement block. The cement wrap can be easily cracked open, and no one will suspect what treasure lies within.

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Festive Foods The ever-popular “Gifts From the Kitchen” are always in order this time of year. Making chocolate is a snap with DIY chocolate-making kits available through most candy manufacturers. The local supplier Make ’n Mold (www. makenmold.com)sells equipment that includes everything you’ll need, like colored chocolate wafers, dipping trays and eleborately shaped molds. You can even make a “Christmas Tree” out of homemade chocolate bonbons, like Make ’n Mold’s “Tree Full of Candy,” which looks like something out of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. To really do it from scratch, make the classic french croquembouche (loose translation: “crunch in the mouth”). This cone-shaped pastry, made from caramelized cream puffs and served at weddings, takes the form of a chocolate “Truffle Tree” at Christmastime. For those with a tried and true sense of humor, gag gifts can also be handmade. Scan and enlarge photos or catchphrases for Tshirts, throw pillows and even mouse pads, using an iron-on transfer kit (also available at Hyatt’s for about $10). No scanner? Hate the office supply store? Don’t even want to leave the house? You can always Google somebody, and depict the results in a humorous comic strip. You

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Millie Chen: Prototypes 1970s at BT&C Gallery November 3rd – December 17th, 2016

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“Still at it”: The Art and Schematics of Rich deCorse ; “Still at it” The Art and Schematics of Rich deCorse ; Gisela Colón’s Otherworldly Glo-PodSculptures; An Overwhelming Familiarity Sara M. Zak; Gisela Colón’s Otherworldly Glo-PodSculptures; An Overwhelming Familiarity Sara M. Zak CEPA Gallery cepagallery.org 617 Main St (856-2717)

"monument" ; The Structure of Things a selection of photographic works drawn from two new bodies of work by Biff Henrich; "monument" ; The Structure of Things a selection of photographic works drawn from two new bodies of work by Biff Henrich; "monument" ; The Structure of Things a selection of photographic works drawn from two new bodies of work by Biff Henrich.

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Joe Piniewski; Joe Piniewski; Joe Piniewski Niagara Arts and Cultural Center (The NACC) thenacc.org 1201 Pine Ave, Niagara (2827530)

Native Voices: Water; Native Voices: Water

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VENUE DIRECTORY 31 Club 31 Johnson Park ( Aurora332-3131, the31club.com) 500 Seneca St. 500 Seneca St Amherst332-3131the31club.comART247 247 Market St Niagara County 634-8050aleoops.comAbbey Square 784 Wehrle Dr Amherst (634-8050) aleoops.comAl-E-Oops 5389 Genesee St Lancaster (681-0200, aleoops.com) Albright-Knox Art Gallery 1285 Elmwood Ave ( Amherst882-8700, albrightknox.org) Allen Burger Venture 175 Allen St Erie825-3733alleyway.comAlternative Brews 3488 Sheridan Dr Amherst (4460424, alternativebrews.com) American Legion Matthew Glab Post 1477 1965 Abbott Rd Erie (825-3733) alternativebrews.com American Legion Post Ward rd 6525 Ward Rd Wheatfield 884-4083anchorbar.comAnchor Bar 1047 Main St ( Hamburg884-4083, anchorbar.com) Anchor Inn 2437 William St Cheektowaga (896-9762) armorinn.comArmor Inn Tap Room 5381 Abbott Rd Hamburg (202-1315, armorinn. com) Armory Saloon 1641 Military Rd ( Newfane876-2884) ashasanctuary.comAshker's Juice Bar & Cafe 1002 Elmwood Ave Amherst754-4375artpark.netAttitudes Bar and Grill (Lockport) 616 West Ave Niagara (434-5328) augustanaonline.orgAudubon Library 350 John James Audubon Pkwy Amherst 434-5328armorinn.comBackstage Pub 603 Dingens St Cheektowaga 691-4045banchetti.com/banchetti/ welcome.cfmBig Orbit Gallery 30 Essex St (560-1968, bigorbitgallery.org) Grand Island773-3271nysparks.state. ny.us/parks/56Blasdell Fire Department 121 Miriam Ave Hamburg 884-0053blsacbflo.orgBlessed Sacrament Church of Buffalo 1029 Delaware Ave Erie (884-0053, blsacbflo. org) Block's Restaurant 1633 Hertel Ave Tonawanda332-4375brightonplacelibrary. orgBlu Bar & Grille 424 Evans St Amherst 692-9810buffalohistorytours.com/hotel_ lafayette_toursBrickyard Pub & BBQ 432 Center St Lewiston (754-7227) buffalogardens.comBrighton Place Library 999 Brighton Rd Tonawanda (3324375, brightonplacelibrary.org) Broadway Hotel 158 Main St Erie (692-9810) buffaloartsstudio.orgBuffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens 2655 South Park Ave Erie (827-1584, buffalogardens. com) Buffalo & Erie County Public Library 1 Lafayette Square ( Buffalo State858-8900, buffalolib.org) Buffalo Arts Studio 2495 Main St (8334450, US694-4400buffaloartsstudio.org) Buffalo Convention Center 153 Franklin St Buffalo State885-6780buffaloseminary. orgBuffalo History Tours Buffalo Erie County US (878-4000buffalohistorytours. com/hotel_lafayette_tours) Buffalo Irish Center 245 Abbott Rd (825-9535, buffaloirishcenter.com) Erie County574-1537canalsidebuffalo. comBuffalo Iron Works 49 Illinois St ( US200-1893, buffaloironworks.com) Buffalo Museum of Science 1020 Humboldt Pkwy (896-5200, sciencebuff. org) Buffalo State878-6011burchfieldpenney. orgBuffalo Seminary 205 Bidwell Pkwy ( Orchard Park885-6780, buffaloseminary.

org) Buffalo State College 1300 Buffalo State Buffalo State (878-4000, buffalostate.edu) Buffalo State College Rockwell Hall 1300 Buffalo State Buffalo State (8784000, buffalostate.edu/pac) Buffalo State College Warren Enters Theatre Buffalo State 1300 ( Amherst8563910wwwu.buffalostate.edu/tour/tours/ view/campus/35) Buffalo Visitor Center at the Brisbane bldg Buffalo Erie County US 741-8573clarencecentercoffee. comBurchfield Penney Art Center 1300 Buffalo State Buffalo State (8786011, burchfieldpenney.org) Byrd House 4646 N Buffalo Rd Orchard Park 847-6850clubmarcella.com/ Club_Marcella/club_marcella.htmlCEPA Gallery 617 Main St ( Amherst856-2717, cepagallery.org) Carnegie Art Center 240 Goundry St839-3600daemen.edu/Pages/ default.aspx Niagara (694-4400, carnegieartcenter.org) Castellani Art Museum 5795 Lewiston Rd Lewiston (286-8200, purple.niagara. edu/cam) Central Park Grill 2519 Main St ( Hamburg836-9466, https://www. facebook.com/pages/Central-ParkGrill/111538115552316?ref=hl) Church of Scientology of Buffalo 836 Main St ( Amherst856-3910, scientologybuffalo.org) Clarence Center Coffee Co. 9475 Clarence Center Rd551-0661clubmarcella. com/Club_Marcella/club_marcella.html Clarence (741-8573, clarencecentercoffee. com) Clarence Public Library 3 Town Pl Clarence (741-2650, buffalolib.org/ libraries/clarence) Clarence Town Park 10405 Main St Clarence (741-8927, clarence.ny.us) Clarion Hotel Park Rd Batavia NY (585344-2100, clarionhotel.com/hotel-batavianew_york-NY503) Clinton Bar and Grill 2460 Clinton St Cheektowaga 692-4837dwyerspub.comClub Marcella 622 Main St ( Niagara847-6850, clubmarcella.com/Club_Marcella/ club_marcella.html) Colored Musicians' Club 145 Broadway ( Lancaster855-9383, coloredmusiciansclub. org) ComedySportz Buffalo 4476 Main St Amherst 8833742epiconelmwood.com/index. htmlConsumer Credit Counseling 40 Gardenville Pkwy W8864581elmwoodvillageschool.org West Seneca Couzins 7115 Boston State Rd Boston (649-1020) epiconelmwood.com/index.htmlCoyote Cafe 36 Main St Hamburg (649-1837, thecoyotecafe.com) Cuginos Italian restaurant 6011 Main St Amherst 940-5391dukesbohemiangrovebar. comDaily Planet Coffee Co. 1862 Hertel Ave ( Cheektowaga551-0661) gardenparkcafe.comDandelions Restaurant 1340 N Forest Rd Amherst (688-0203, dandelionsrestaurant.com) Delavan-Grider Community Center 877 E Delavan Ave Niagara County4385765gardenparkcafe.comDog Ears Bookstore 688 Abbott Rd (823-8225) gscof.org HamburgDuke's Bohemian Grove Bar 253 Allen St ( Niagara County240-9359, dukesbohemiangrovebar.com) Dwyer's Irish Pub 65 Webster St Niagara (692-4837, dwyerspub.com)

El Buen Amigo 114 Elmwood Ave ( Hamburg885-6343, elbuenamigo.org) El Museo 91 Allen St ( Niagara464-4692, elmuseobuffalo.org) Ellicott Creek Playhouse (St. Edmund Campus) 530 Ellicott Creek Rd Tonawanda (284-6358) hallwalls.orgElma Primary School 711 Rice Rd8531211heliumcomedy.com/buffalo/ index.php Elma (995-2320, iroquoiscsd. org/elma) Epic Restaurant & Lounge 431 Elmwood Ave ( Hamburg8833742, epiconelmwood. com/index.html) Ernie Weber's Beef and Ale 3167 South Park Ave Erie County 693-1885carrouselmuseum.orgEvening Star Concert Hall 8810 Niagara Falls Blvd Niagara (940-5391) HIBuffalo.orgExpressions Glass 3333 Lakeshore Rd Hamburg 783-8222hotmamascanteen.comFirst Niagara Center 1 Seymour H Knox III Plaza ( Lewiston783-8222hsbcarena.com) First Presbyterian Church 1 Symphony Cir ( Lewiston884-7250) genemccarthys.com First Presbyterian Church Youngstown 100 Church St Porter (745-7067, youngstownpres.org) First Presbyterian Church of East Aurora 9 Paine St Aurora (652-0160, fpcea.org) Flattery's Irish Pub 1130 Orchard Park Rd West Seneca (674-9554, flatterys.com) Forgotten Buffalo Tours Buffalo Erie US (833-5211, ForgottenBuffalo.com) Gallo coal fire kitchen 800 Center St Lewiston 688-4033jccbuffalo.orgGarden Park Cafe 3525 Genesee Stforest-lawn. com/about Cheektowaga (635-0387, gardenparkcafe.com) Gene McCarthys 73 Hamburg St ( Niagara County855-8948, genemccarthys.com) Gonzos 7 Main St Niagara County (438-5765) kleinhansbuffalo.orgGood Shepherd Community of Faith 187 Southside Pkwy ( Niagara County824-4112, gscof.org) Greenfield Manor 5949 Broadway Lancaster 683-1776lancopera.orgGypsy Parlor 376 Grant St 832-5400justbuffalo.org HamburgHallwalls 341 Delaware Ave ( Lewiston854-1694, hallwalls.org) Hamburg Palace Theatre 31 Buffalo St Hamburg (649-2295, hamburgpalace.com) Hamlin House 432 Franklin St Lancaster833-6227empiregrill.netHamlin House Restaurant 432 Franklin St ( Hamburg885-8084, hamlinhouse.com) Handlebar 149 Swan St ( Evans259-9632, handlebarpub.com) Hat Trix Bar and Grill 4923 Southwestern Blvd Hamburg 662-9467buffalosmohawkplace. comHelium Comedy Club 30 Mississippi St ( Niagara County8531211, heliumcomedy.com/buffalo/index.php) Hellenic Orthodox Church of the Aunnunciation 146 W Utica St Erie (8829485, greekorthodoxchurchbuffalo.org) Heritage Discovery Center 100 Lee St Orchard Park8825881milkiesonelmwood. comHerschell Carrousel Factory Museum 180 Thompson St (693-1885, carrouselmuseum.org) Orchard Park646-4674Himalayan Institute 841 Delaware Ave ( Clarence883-2223, HIBuffalo.org) Holy Trinity Lutheran Church 1080 Main St ( Niagara County886-2400, holytrinitybuffalo.org) Hot Mama's Canteen 12 Military Rd ( Cheektowaga783-8222, hotmamascanteen.com) Hotel at the Lafayette 391 Washington St ( Niagara County853-1505, https:// www.facebook.com/hotelatthelafayette)

Hydeout 490 Center St Lewiston 882-4000nietzsches.comHydraulic Hearth 716 Swan St Niagara895-7494mobcbuffalo. comInspiration Point Buffalo 483 Elmwood Ave Niagara Countyhamburggardenwalk. com646-4674mooneyssportsbar. comIrishman Pub and Eatery 5601 Main St882-4000nietzsches.com Amherst (626-2670, irishmanpub.com) JP Fitzgeralds 4236 Clark St4470401negliaballet.org Hamburg 745-7611oldfortniagara.orgJack Devine's 4170 Southwestern Blvd Hamburg 282-7530thenacc.orgJewish Center of Greater Buffalo/Benderson Family Building 2640 N Forest Rd4470401negliaballet.org Amherst (688-4033, jccbuffalo.org) Just Buffalo Literary Center 617 Main St ( Niagara County832-5400, justbuffalo. org) Kenan Center 433 Locust St Niagara County (433-2617, kenancenter.org) Kleinhans Music Hall 3 Symphony Cir ( Niagara883-3560, kleinhansbuffalo.org) Knights Of Columbus Father Justin Council #5670 2735 Union Rd8560062panamericangrill.com Cheektowaga 646-4674Lake Effect Ice Cream 79 Canal Stpausaarthouse.com Niagara County 836-1361parksidelutheran.org/ homeLancaster Opera House 21 Central Ave Lancaster (683-1776, lancopera.org) Lancaster Variety Club 6114 Broadway Lancaster 442-5215spotcoffee.comLaurel and Hardy's 1388 Broadway Clarence856-0062panamericangrill. comLewiston Peace Garden 476 Center St Lewiston (616-0892northofthefalls.com) Lutheran Church of the Messiah 915 Oneida St Lewiston 442-5215pizzaplant.comMac's on Hertel 1435 Hertel Ave ( Clarence833-6227, empiregrill.net) Main St Ice Cream 35 Main St Hamburg 695-3504raintreebar.comMain Street Gallery 515 Main St Amherst626-5566pizzaplant.comMangia Ristorante 4264 N Buffalo Rd Orchard Park (662-9467) pocketeerbilliardsandbar.comMargaret L. Wendt Archive & Resource Center 1990 Main St ( Cheektowaga822-4908forestlawn.com/about) Market Arcade Building 617 Main St ( Tonawanda880-1914) raintreebar.comMartin House 125 Jewett Pkwy West Seneca884-7172squeaky. orgMarvin's Bar & Grill 7675 Goodrich Rd Clarence (741-3431, yelp.com/biz/ marvins-bar-and-grill-clarence-center-2) Milkie's on Elmwood (formerly Elmwood Lounge) 522 Elmwood Ave ( Aurora8825881, milkiesonelmwood.com) Mohawk Place 47 E Mohawk St ( West Seneca312-9279, buffalosmohawkplace. com) Montante Cultural Center 2001 Main St Lancaster632-9871spotcoffee. comMooney's 13 Main St Niagara County 332-2299spotcoffee.comMooney's Bar & Grill 4628 Broadway Cheektowaga (681-2121, mooneysbroadway.com) Mooney's Sports Bar & Grill 1531 Military Rd ( Amherst877-1800, mooneyssportsbar.com) Mr. Goodbar 1110 Elmwood Ave ( Amherst882-4000) scotchnsirloinrestaurant.netMt. Olive Baptist Church 701 E Delavan Ave ( Niagara895-7494, mobcbuffalo.com) Mug & Musket Main St Youngstown Niagara County 445-4446buffaloshambhalameditation. blogspot.comNashville's 2 8166 Main St Clarence

743-9348shannonpub.comNeglia Ballet Artists 1685 Elmwood Ave ( Amherst447-0401, negliaballet.org) Niagara Arts and Cultural Center (The NACC) 1201 Pine Ave8747734sportsmenstavern.com Niagara (282-7530, thenacc.org) Niagara County Community College 3111 Saunders Settlement Rd Cambria (614-6222, niagaracc.suny.edu) Niagara County History Center 215 Niagara St Niagara (434-7433, niagarahistory.org) Niagara Frontier Watercolor Society 39 Granger Pl LaSalle833-0298stjosephbuffalo. comNiagara University 5795 Lewiston Rd Lewiston (285-1212, niagara.edu) Nietzsche's 248 Allen St ( Erie886-8539, nietzsches.com) North East Athletic Center 227 Thorn Ave Orchard Park 864-8448themusicroomea.comNorth Tonawanda Library 505 Meadow Dr Niagara (693-4132, ntlibrary.org) O'Neill's Stadium Inn 3864 Abbott Rd Orchard Park (646-4674) strikerz.bizOZone 2268 Genesee St Niagara693-2223buffalosugarcity.orgOld Fort Niagara Youngstown Porter NY (745-7611, oldfortniagara.org) Oliver's 2095 Delaware Ave ( Niagara877-9662, oliverscuisine.com) Orchard Park Country Club 4777 S Buffalo St Orchard Park (662-4471, orchardparkcc.com) Our Bar 861 Military Rd Tonawanda 825-9279freewebs.com/taltysOur Lady of Victory National Shrine & Basilica 767 Ridge Rd Erie (828-9444, ourladyofvictory.org) PVT. Leonard Post VFW Hall 2450 Walden Ave Cheektowaga (684-4371) alleycatbuffalo.com/sites/contact. htmlPan American Grill & Brewery 391 Washington St (856-0062, panamericangrill.com) Amherst645-2921slee.buffalo. eduPausa Art House 19 Wadsworth St ( Niagara434-7433pausaarthouse.com) Peace of Mind Coffee Shop 83 Main St887-2626uwbec.org Newstead (4425215) thecornerstoneclarence.comPenny Lane Cafe 10255 Main St Clarence 656-7946thecoveseafoodandbanquets. comPeopleart Coffeehouse 1243 Delaware Ave Erie County 646-6109the-fairgrounds.comPizza Plant Italian Pub (Transit Rd) 7770 Transit Rd Amherst (626-5566, pizzaplant.com) Pocketeer Billiards 2444 Clinton St Cheektowaga (822-7665, pocketeerbilliardsandbar.com) Polish Villa 2 1085 Harlem Rd Cheektowaga (822-4908, polishvilla.org) Raintree Bar & Grill 2970 Colvin Blvd256-1940uaccbuffalo.com Tonawanda (695-3504, raintreebar.com) Reinstein Woods Nature Preserve & Environmental Education Center 93 Honorine Dr Cheektowaga (683-5959, dec.ny.gov/education/1837.html) Riley Street Station 27 Riley St Aurora (655-4948, rileystreetstation.com) Riverside Park Inn 1160 Tonawanda St Niagara County205-8925rapidstheatre. comRiviera Theatre 67 Webster St Niagara (692-2413, rivieratheatre.org) Road Less Traveled Theater 639 Main St ( Lewiston629-3069) tralfmusichall.comRockin' Buffalo Saloon 1800 Union Rd West Seneca 825-6397sciencebuff.org/tifft-u.-p-1Rose Garden Restaurant & Grove 2753 Wehrle Dr Lancaster (632-9871) tonyromesea.comSPoT Coffee (Delaware) 227 Delaware Ave ( Niagara332-2299, spotcoffee.com) Samuel's Grande Manor 8750 Main St Clarence (634-8425, samuelsgrandemanor.com)

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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CALENDAR THURS NOV 24 MUSIC

ACOUSTIC/FOLK

NIETZSCHE'S - 9pm Philly and the JJs UKRAINIAN-AMERICAN CIVIC CENTER - 9pm Lance Drake acoustic show

BLUES

ABBEY SQUARE - 8:30pm Open Blues Jam LAUREL AND HARDY'S 9pm Pro Blues Jam

COUNTRY

SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN - 12-2:15pm Mark plays classic country withThe Lunchtime Classic 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

COLORED MUSICIANS' CLUB - 8pm Carol Mc Laughlin DAILY PLANET COFFEE CO. - 5-6:30pm Evening Jazz:: Fred Caputi

KARAOKE

727 ELMWOOD - 9pm Karaoke night GARDEN PARK CAFE - 8pm Dan's Nightly Karaoke GYPSY PARLOR - 9pm Karaoke HAT TRIX BAR AND GRILL - 10pm karaoke ROCKIN' BUFFALO SALOON - 7pm Rock and 32

Roll Rich STERLING PLACE - 9pm Tom Tom

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 - 710pm 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

COMMUNITY EVENTS

ARTS & CRAFTS BRIGHTON PLACE LIBRARY - 1:302:30pm Cardcrafter's ClubThursdays from 1:30   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.

COMEDY

MR. GOODBAR - 8pm Open Comedy Mic

COMMUNITY INTEREST

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:45-10:45am Beginner Watercolor DELAVAN-GRIDER COMMUNITY CENTER - 5-6:30pm PeaceJam Buffalo, For Teens: GOOD SHEPHERD COMMUNITY OF FAITH - 6-7pm Chery Wilczak leads exercise THE MUSIC ROOM - 7pm (music, comedy, poetry)

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Hosted by Dave HallettAll ages. Loaner instruments if necessary. In house non-alcohol refreshments. Free popcorn! Professional sound system. Kid/family friendly.

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

FRI NOV 25 MUSIC

ACOUSTIC/FOLK

AMERICAN LEGION POST WARD RD - 8-11pm Panfil Brothers DAILY PLANET COFFEE CO. - 12-1pm Acoustic Lunch with Drew Azzinaro; 7-9pm Camryn Clune

LITERARY

SHAMBHALA MEDITATION GROUP OF BUFFALO - 7pm Open Meditation

TOURS/HIKES TIFFT NATURE PRESERVE - 10-noon Wellness WalksThursdays (offered all year)10AM-12PMAll AgesTifft Nature Preserve 1200 Fuhrmann Blvd. Buffalo, NY 14203Drop by Tifft Nature Preserve and enjoy the fresh air and the sights and sounds of the season with a healthy outdoor walk on beautiful and accessible trails! Please call 825-6397 to confirm walk will be taking place. $2 donation per person is appreciated ; 10-noon Wellness Walks Thursdays

JAM BAND

NIETZSCHE'S - 10pm Adam Bronstein's Freehand Band, Folkfaces, Imperian Brown

JAZZ

ANCHOR BAR - 8pm The Jazz Example PAUSA ART HOUSE - 8pm Sugar Katty Cool 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

CEPA GALLERY - 8-8pm Biff Henrich The Structure of Things

SPIRITUAL

PENNY LANE CAFE 8-11pm Bob Accurso's Rhythm Trip

KARAOKE

FILMS/ SCREENINGS

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

EXPERIMENTAL/ IMPROV

BLUES

VIZZI'S - 10pm Joseph Michael Mahfoud

COUNTRY

ARMOR INN TAP ROOM 9pm High Horse NASHVILLE'S 2 - 9pm 2 Leftboots

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 Party 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

OPEN MIC

WOODSIDE COFFEE HOUSE - 7-11pm open mic

PIANO

OLIVER'S - 7:30pm George Jones

POP

31 CLUB - 9pm Joe Calabrese

PUNK ROCK

OUR BAR - 8pm Virus X

ROCK

ALTERNATIVE BREWS - 7-11pm Vincent James Explosion AMERICAN LEGION MATTHEW GLAB POST 1477 - 9pm The Screaming Pineapples JACK DEVINE'S SOUTH (HAMBURG) - 8pm Dylan & Joseph MAC'S ON HERTEL - 9pm Mary Beth King MOHAWK PLACE - 5pm Mr. Conrad's Rockn'Roll Happy Hour; 8pm Night Slaves MR. GOODBAR - 10pm Wacko Fest; 10pm Max Muscato & Outer Harbor NIETZSCHE'S - 6pm Happy Hour: The Fibs OUR BAR - 8:30pm Randy California

ROSE GARDEN RESTAURANT & GROVE 7:30pm The Angry Buffalo SANTORA'S PIZZA PUB & GRILL (MILLERSPORT) 8pm Bryan Richard SANTORA'S PIZZA PUB & GRILL (TRANSIT RD.) 9pm Joyryde w/ Hitman Horns STAMPS BAR - 6pm Exham Priory, The Rifts, Bighorn Sheep, The Cage Kings,& Beats of Rage TALTY'S TAVERN - 4pm Old Timers Reunion Alfie Allessandra; 9pm Crikwater TRANSIT LOUNGE 9:30pm The Tim Britt Band WAGON WHEEL RESTAURANT - 5:30pm Micky Kal; 9:30pm Bob Lee Trio

COMMUNITY EVENTS ARTS & CRAFTS

THE FAIRGROUNDS - 49pm This year s edition of Springtime in the Country features garden art, metalworks, women s fashion, original wall art, custom furniture, designer jewelry, home décor, spa quality bath and beauty products, gourmet foods, children s toys, pottery and so much more.

COMEDY

CLINTON BAR AND GRILL - 9pm Comedy Open Mic The Friday Night Bender HELIUM COMEDY CLUB - 7:30pm, 10pm Nikki Glaser THE ARENA - 8pm ComedySportz Buffalo Improvisational Comedy

COMMUNITY INTEREST

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:45-10:45am Beginner Watercolor NIAGARA FALLS CULINARY INSTITUTE - 59pm Santa Claus and the Gingerbread House


FILMS/ SCREENINGS

CEPA GALLERY - 8-8pm Biff Henrich The Structure of Things

FUNDRAISERS

DAILY PLANET COFFEE CO. - 7am Cotton anniversary with donations to Women and Children's Hospital

LECTURES/ PRESENTATIONS CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF BUFFALO - 7pm Clear Body, Clear Mind

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 COMEDYSPORTZ BUFFALO - 7:30pm Improvisational Comedy

SEASONAL EVENT

SISTERS OF ST. FRANCIS - 7:30pm Miracle on 34th Street

SPIRITUAL

INSPIRATION POINT BUFFALO - 7pm Psychic Message Night

TOURS

CHURCH OF THE ADVENT - 7:30pm Nativity Story LANCASTER OPERA HOUSE - 7:30pm Nuncrackers: The Nunsense Christma Musical NEW PHOENIX THEATRE - 8pm New Pinocchio SHEA'S BUFFALO PERFORMING ARTS CENTER - 8pm SHOT! by Persis Vehar STELLA NIAGARA

Show

OPEN MIC

COMEDY

CABARET/ BROADWAY

MANGIA RISTORANTE 9pm Piano bar with Jon Lorentz

UB CENTER FOR THE ARTS - 8pm Colm Wilkinson: Broadway, Christmas & Beyond

SAT NOV 26

ARMOR INN TAP ROOM 9pm Ion Sky ERNIE WEBER'S BEEF AND ALE - 5-10pm Live Country Roundup NASHVILLE'S 2 - 5pm Polka Vs Country Night

MUSIC

ACOUSTIC/FOLK

DAILY PLANET COFFEE CO. - 12:30-1:30pm Acoustic Lunch with Sean Bear GALLO COAL FIRE KITCHEN - 6-9pm Jamie Holka

SPECIAL EVENT

SPECIALTY/ COMMUNITY THEATER

Stompers

BUFFALO VISITOR CENTER AT THE BRISBANE BLDG - 10am Masters of American Architecture TRI-MAIN CENTER - 3:304:30pm, 5:30-6:30pm Inside Tri-Main Building

BUFFALO HISTORY TOURS - 1-4pm Train Day

FRONTIER VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. - 6pm Empire State Wrestling returns former WWE superstars Hardcore Holly and Sartino Marella plus Braxton Sutter and Tyson Dux

Crew" with Joe Dimino, Paul Iannello, Bob Price & Speedy Parker UNCORKED CAFE - 811pm The River Dogs Blues Band

SHANNON PUB - 7:30pm Joe Head

AMERICANA

DAILY PLANET COFFEE CO. - 7-9pm Porcelain Train

BLUES

BROADWAY HOTEL - 4pm Party Hounds GFY BAR - 3-6pm Mercury Blues Band SORRENTINO'S SPAGHETTI HOUSE 8:30-11:30pm SPEEDY PARKER BLUES BAND   THE COVE - 2-5pm Blues Jam Matinee with the Blues Crew; 2-5pm "Blues

CELTIC/IRISH

NIETZSCHE'S - 5pm The Celtic Seisuns

COUNTRY

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 MOONEY'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL - 10pm DJ Homewrecker MOONEY'S - 8pm DJ Homewrecker STRIKERS LANES - 9pm Pandora

FUNK/SOUL

HYDRAULIC HEARTH 9:30pm Ron Davis and Ray Haugen

JAZZ

CUGINOS ITALIAN RESTAURANT - 6:30pm Joe Baudo and Cheryl Ferris PAUSA ART HOUSE 8pm Kevin Moehringer, Brooklyn-based trombonist; 8pm The Fredtown

AL-E-OOPS - 9:30pm Eric Joseph

PIANO

POP

31 CLUB - 9pm Joe Bolognese and Dolly Durante; 9pm Joe Bolognese & Dolly Durante SENECA NIAGARA CASINO - 8pm Cheech and Chong

PUNK

OUR BAR - 8-11:30pm Virus X with special guests Pepperoni Boys

ROCK

BROADWAY HOTEL - 9pm Slim Chance JACK DEVINE NORTH 9pm 55 Main JACK DEVINE'S SOUTH (HAMBURG) - 9pm Black Widow MOHAWK PLACE - 4pm, 4pm Woody, One Way To Nowhere, Matt Connolly MOHAWK PLACE 8pm Darkapathy, Mass Casuality, Nine Layers Deep, Obelus MR. GOODBAR - 9pm The Rifts and Magic honey RAINTREE BAR & GRILL 2pm Jony James; 9:30pm Box of Wine SANTORA'S PIZZA PUB & GRILL (TRANSIT RD.) 7:30pm My Cousin Tome; 9pm A List TALTY'S TAVERN - 9pm Randy & Mike THE GRILL @ THE DOME - 8pm Busted Stuff/ Dave&Cyn TOWN BALLROOM - 8pm Black Tiger Sex Machine WAGON WHEEL RESTAURANT - 9:30pm The Jim Wynne Band

COMMUNITY EVENTS ARTS & CRAFTS

ST. MARK'S SCHOOL - 105pm 10th Annual Parkside Holiday Arts and Crafts

HELIUM COMEDY CLUB 7:30pm Nikki Glaser; 8pm comedy open mic HELIUM COMEDY CLUB 10pm Nikki Glaser THE ARENA - 7pm ComedySportz Buffalo Improvisational Comedy

COMMUNITY INTEREST

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:45-10:45am Beginner Watercolor ; 111pm Horticulture 2 BUFFALO STATE COLLEGE - 10am Buffalo State Ice Skating Classes INSPIRATION POINT BUFFALO - 911am Homeopathy Consultations by Rev. Ellen Bourn; 12-2pm Psychic Healing and Readings by Lory Pollina NIAGARA FALLS CULINARY INSTITUTE 11-8pm Santa Claus and the Gingerbread House

DANCE

NEGLIA BALLET ARTISTS - 9:30-10:15am Hatha Yoga; 10:30-11:30am Pilates/ Floor Barre

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 Henrich The Structure of Things

Books that Shook the World!; 8:30-6pm Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard COMEDYSPORTZ BUFFALO - 7:30pm Improvisational Comedy

SPECIALTY/ COMMUNITY THEATER

CHURCH OF THE ADVENT - 7:30pm Nativity Story NEW PHOENIX THEATRE - 8pm New Pinocchio SHEA'S BUFFALO PERFORMING ARTS CENTER - 7pm The Nutcracker performed by the Neglia Ballet and the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra STELLA NIAGARA SISTERS OF ST. FRANCIS - 7:30pm Miracle on 34th Street

TOURS

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

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MUSIC

CLASSICAL

DAILY PLANET COFFEE CO. - 3-5pm Classical music Monday with Michael Mendoza

KIDS STUFF

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 9-10:30am Kids Art Classes DOG 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:

JAZZ

COLORED MUSICIANS' CLUB - 6pm Open Jam Session 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

OPEN MIC

MR. GOODBAR - 9pm Keith Shuskie Jr.

ROCK

ARMOR INN TAP ROOM 6pm Half A Heard BACKSTAGE PUB - 8pm Jimmy Zigzag and Johnny Jeffery EVENING STAR CONCERT HALL - 6pm Da Villy Kids w/ Randel Lz, Goldy Brinkman, Rese Young, The Md, Chase Dank, Yung Morty, Austin Payne7Captain Dinero Special Guest Zee MY SALOON - 4pm Party Hounds SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN 6:30pm Scarlet Begonias SUGAR CITY - 5pm Left Behind and Skincarver

COMMUNITY EVENTS ARTS & CRAFTS

ST. MARK'S SCHOOL - 105pm 10th Annual Parkside Holiday Arts and Crafts Show

COMEDY

HELIUM COMEDY CLUB 7:30pm Nikki Glaser

COMMUNITY INTEREST

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:45-10:45am Beginner Watercolor NIAGARA FALLS CULINARY INSTITUTE 12-5pm Santa Claus and the Gingerbread House

FILMS/ SCREENINGS

CEPA GALLERY - 10-3pm Biff Henrich The Structure

of Things MR. GOODBAR - 7pm Sunday Public Domain Film Night

KIDS STUFF HERSCHELL CARROUSEL FACTORY MUSEUM - 24pm Family Ornament Decorating Class

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

SPECIALTY/ COMMUNITY THEATER CHURCH OF THE ADVENT - 2pm Nativity Story LANCASTER OPERA HOUSE - 2:30pm Nuncrackers: The Nunsense Christma Musical SHEA'S BUFFALO PERFORMING ARTS CENTER - 2pm The Nutcracker performed by the Neglia Ballet and the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra STELLA NIAGARA SISTERS OF ST. FRANCIS - 2pm Miracle on 34th Street

SPIRITUAL EL BUEN AMIGO - 2:303:30pm Meditation Meets Artist Creation: Improve your creativity in the arts, music, self-awareness & expression w/ Sandra Warnick Holland. All ages & beginners INSPIRATION POINT BUFFALO - 12-2pm Energy Awareness I Workshop

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MUSIC

ACOUSTIC/FOLK NIETZSCHE'S - 8-9pm Songwriter Showcase Feat Jen Whit

COMMUNITY EVENTS COMEDY

TUDOR LOUNGE 8:30pm Comedy OPen Mic

COMMUNITY INTEREST

WAITING ROOM - 7pm We Are Scientists

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:4510:45am Beginner Watercolor ; 8:45-10:45am Intermediate Watercolor BUFFALO & 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

JAZZ

DANCE

COUNTRY SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN 7pm Stone Country Band

DANCE/DJS/ ELECTRONIC MOONEY'S SPORTS BAR & GRILL - 7:30pm DJ Trivia

INDIE

COLORED MUSICIANS' CLUB - 7pm George Scott Big Band NIETZSCHE'S - 5:30-8pm Jazz Happy Hour with Jim Bohm

NEGLIA BALLET ARTISTS - 5:45-7:15pm Adult Ballet; 7-8:30pm Adult Ballet for Beginners

OPEN MIC

CEPA GALLERY - 8-8pm Biff Henrich The Structure of Things

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 O Neill Guitar ClubOPEN MIC = ALL WELCOME = 7:00pm HOSTED BY: Jim Brucato THE ALLEY CAT - 9pm Bobby Angel

FILMS/ SCREENINGS

LECTURES/ PRESENTATIONS

CANISIUS COLLEGE - 79pm NAFTA, GMO com and land resistance CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF BUFFALO - 7pm Dianetics Lecture FIRST TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH 7-8pm Giving Up on God: the Rise of Atheism ZION DOMINION GLOBAL MINISTRIES CHURCH - 7pm Bishop Roderick L. Hemmings & Zion Dominian Global Ministries

World!; 8:30-6pm Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard

RECREATION/ GAMES

EPIC RESTAURANT & LOUNGE - 8pm Epic Movie Trivia Night!

TUES NOV 29 MUSIC

ACOUSTIC/FOLK

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

BLUES

BUFFALO IRON WORKS 8pm Zach Deputy

COUNTRY

SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN 6pm Twang Gang

DANCE/DJS/ ELECTRONIC

DUKE'S BOHEMIAN GROVE BAR - 8pm Neo Soul with Mike DiSanto's Verse

JAZZ

SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN noon Joe Baudo Big Band

KARAOKE

BLU BAR & GRILLE - 8pm Karaoke by Steve Urge

OPEN MIC

CLARENCE CENTER COFFEE CO. - 7:3010:30pm karaoke; 7:30-

OPERA

BUFFALO STATE COLLEGE ROCKWELL HALL - 7:30pm Buffalo State Digital Music Ensemble

POP

SHANNON PUB - 2pm Jack and Joe sing Sinatra

ROCK

MOHAWK PLACE - 6pm Splatter, Dead Lounge, BastardBastardBastard NIETZSCHE'S - 10pm Joe Donahue III 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.

BURLESQUE

LITERARY

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - 8:30-6pm Milestones of Science: Books that Shook the

GRILL - 8-11pm Jony James COYOTE CAFE - 9:30pm Keith Shuskie FLATTERY'S IRISH PUB 9:30pm Tyler Massaro GENE MCCARTHYS - 79pm 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 7:30-11:30pm Bringing the lovers of Blues and Soul together, networking in the Blues Community, mentoring in the genres and good times!

NIETZSCHE'S - 11pm The Stripteasers 10:30pm Doc Stuart Shapiro CLINTON BAR AND

COMEDY

NIETZSCHE'S - 8pm Rust Belt Comedy


COMMUNITY INTEREST BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY BOTANICAL GARDENS - 8:4510:45am Beginner Watercolor INSPIRATION POINT BUFFALO - 9:30-11:30am Homeopathy Consultations by Rev. Ellen Bourn; 4-6pm Metaphysical Medicine Astrology Readings by Aaron Fried 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 LECTURES/ PRESENTATIONS ZION DOMINION GLOBAL MINISTRIES CHURCH - 7pm Bishop Roderick L. Hemmings & Zion Dominian Global Ministries LITERARY BUFFALO & ERIE

COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - 8:306pm Milestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!; 8:306pm Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard RECREATION/ GAMES BALLYHOO BAR & GRILL - 8pm Geeks Who Drink Pub Quiz WED NOV 30 MUSIC ACOUSTIC/FOLK SHANNON PUB 6:30pm Joe Head

BLUES ALTERNATIVE BREWS - 8-11:30pm Blues Pro-Jam with Big Sauce Trio with special guests THE COVE - 7-10pm Blues Crew Jay Moynihan THE NINTH WARD AT BABEVILLE - 8pm Jeffrey Foucault CELTIC/IRISH SHANNON PUB 6:30pm Joe Head

DANCE/DJS/ ELECTRONIC DUKE'S BOHEMIAN GROVE BAR - 9pm Dolla Dolla Beer Ya'll with DJ Charles Masters 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 EXPERIMENTAL/ IMPROV SUGAR CITY - 610pm The 4th Acoustic Noise Show feat. Uncertain, Muff, Flesh Trade, Steel Winds and Partly Zombish JAZZ NIETZSCHE'S - 6pm Tyler Westcott & Dr Jazz SPORTSMEN'S TAVERN - noon Joe Baudo Quartet KARAOKE OZONE - 9pm Karaoke Nights OPEN MIC ANCHOR INN - 711pm 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 -

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10:45am Drawing BUFFALO IRISH CENTER - 7-8:30pm Public Meeting Our Outer Harbor INSPIRATION POINT BUFFALO - 15pm Tarot Readings by Eva Danielle every Wednesday UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH OF BUFFALO - 9:3011:30am The Best of All Possible Worlds! -- Utopia and Other Imaginary Lands; Michael Harris, instructor DANCE BLU BAR & GRILLE - 7pm Dance lessons by Salsa for the Soul NEGLIA BALLET ARTISTS - 7-8am Barre Fitness FILMS/SCREENINGS CEPA GALLERY 8-8pm Biff Henrich The Structure of Things LECTURES/ PRESENTATIONS 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. 856-3910; 7pm Clear Body, Clear Mind CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY OF BUFFALO - 7pm Dianetics Lecture DAEMEN

COLLEGE CENTER FOR VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS - 4:30pm Buffalo Niagara Film Commissioner Tim Clark ZION DOMINION GLOBAL MINISTRIES CHURCH - 7pm Bishop Roderick L. Hemmings & Zion Dominian Global Ministries LITERARY BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY - 8:306pm Milestones of Science: Books that Shook the World!; 8:306pm Celebrating 400 years of Shakespeare: Reflecting on the Life of the Bard DAEMEN COLLEGE - 7:30pm Readings feat. Theresa Wyatt and Rich Olson RECREATION/ GAMES MAIN STREET GALLERY - 8:30pm The Players Chess Club


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Spacious ranch in Morningside subdivision. Amherst schools! Large living rm w/ fplc (NRTC), open family room. Roof 8-10 yrs old, furnace & A/C 6 yrs old, 1st floor laundry, exterior painted 2004.

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$1,195/mo

All-inclusive commercial rental. Four offices with glass doors and side lights and a large reception area with central air. Ideal for a massage therapist, acupuncture or yoga studio. Public parking next door. Robert Meredith, Lic. Real Estate Broker 603-0200 Gurney Becker & Bourne.

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