SUNY Buffalo State officials announced Feb. 19 that senior Bradley Doyley died Thursday night (Feb. 18) at Buffalo General Hospital. Doyley, a 21-year-old Brooklyn native, business major and former Buffalo State men’s basketball team player, was set to graduate this spring.
Entertainment and unique forms of recreation were the topics of discussion on the Buffalo Review Feb. 22. First, we spoke with Lazarus Lynch, a senior communication major at SUNY Buffalo State, who will appear on the popular Food Network show “The Kitchen” Feb. 27.
Escape rooms are a new entertainment trend, which are part brain exercise and part physical adventure game. In an escape room, people are locked in a room with other participants, who have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles or find clues, to escape the room within 60 minutes.
A group of Buffalo area investigators say they’re searching for evidence of paranormal activity in western New York. People have always seemed to be fascinated by ghost stories, but more recently, cable TV shows such as Ghost Hunters, Ghost Adventures and Paranormal State, have popularized paranormal investigations.
Lazarus Lynch, a senior communication major at SUNY Buffalo State, will appear on the popular Food Network show “The Kitchen” Feb. 27. Lynch, 21, maintains a popular website and YouTube channel under the brand “Son of a Southern Chef,” where he shares recipes and cooking tips.
Monday on the Buffalo Review we discussed the future of the Scajaquada Parkway and the growing craft brewing industry in western New York.
The state Department of Transportation announced, last week, plans to make major changes to the Scajaquada Parkway, which could cost more than $100 million.