Arts / Education / News

New program to expose Buffalo students to the arts

Buffalo Public Schools students will have the opportunity to learn more about the arts this summer. The Buffalo City Summer School of the Arts is scheduled to begin July 5 and will educate 100 students in grades 7-12 in five different areas of the arts, including visual arts, musical theatre, dramatic writing, dance and multimedia arts. Continue reading

Listen: arts education & pro basketball in Buffalo
Arts / Audio / Education / Sports

Listen: arts education & pro basketball in Buffalo

On the Buffalo Review (4/25) we covered arts education and the state of professional basketball in Buffalo. In the first half of the show, we spoke with Michele Agosto, the supervisor of art education for the Buffalo Public Schools, about a new arts program that will be available to students this summer and the state of arts education in Buffalo. Continue reading

Listen: NY primary, Buffalo St housing & food truck Tuesday
Audio / Campus / Politics

Listen: NY primary, Buffalo St housing & food truck Tuesday

Last week on the Buffalo Review (4/18) we discussed the 2016 presidential election, a change in the SUNY Buffalo State housing policy and the first food truck Tuesday of the year. In the first half of the show, we spoke with Dr. Bruce Bryski, an associate professor in the communication department at Buffalo State, about the Democratic and Republican races for president prior to the New York primary April 19. Continue reading

Audio / Business / Health

Listen: refugees, organ donations & taxes

On the Buffalo Review (4/11) we discussed an influx of refugees in western New York, a lack of organ donors in the state and the April 18 tax deadline. In the first segment, we spoke with Erkin Ozay, associate professor of architecture at the University at Buffalo, about the school’s recent forums on and his efforts to find and build housing for immigrants. Continue reading