With streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu skyrocketing in popularity, it only begs the question: is cable dying?
Students at Cleveland Hill High School rehearsed for months before performing “Newsies” over the weekend. The student production has been nominated for a prestigious Kenny Award from Shea’s Performing Arts Center in Buffalo.
With Thanksgiving approaching, radio stations are already playing Christmas music. Some students at Buffalo State are debating whether it’s appropriate for Christmas music to already be in the air.
The stars have aligned to bring a psychic fair here to Buffalo. The event was held on Friday, November 9th, until Sunday the 11th, in Cheektowaga.
Social media giant, Instagram, has released new artificial intelligence technology which hopes to curb the trend of cyberbullying.
The Transit Drive-In Theatre in Lockport opened last month, marking its 66th year in business. It was the latest opening in the history of the drive-in after a less than favorable spring in western New York. Drive-in theaters have been around since the 1930s, however, their popularity began to decline in the 1970s and currently they make up less than 2 percent of movie theaters in the U.S.
This week’s show (April 26) featured reports about the Buffalo State rugby teams and a student who has overcome a difficult medical condition through art. It also included conversations about comic books, after “Superman” celebrated its 80th anniversary, and the Buffalo State production of the classic musical “Cabaret.”