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Paddles Up at Beaver Island

by Gwendolyn Temple, WNY Steward

Paddles Up at Beaver Island, held on Saturday, July 30th, was an event dedicated to getting kayakers out exploring the local landscape around their community. 547 more words

Bike Share: Bridging The Gap

By Arian Horbovetz, Sponsored by ArianDavidPhotography

I’ve been an enormous fan of rail and bus travel for as long as I can remember.  For a modest price, I can travel to cities in New York State while I relax, read, or get work done on the way.  1,382 more words

Talking Bills with ESPN's Kevin Connors

Kevin Connors is an anchor on ESPN’s flagship program Sportscenter and also a massive Bills fan. You can follow him on Twitter @KevConnorsESPN, a great follow for Bills fans and sports media fans alike. 149 more words


The Conspicuous Charm of the Bourgeoisie

Slow Roll is a fun idea. A bunch of people get together and ride bikes through the city, both showcasing our city’s physical and cultural treasures and building community around bicycling, an unfairly-maligned, low-carbon hobby and mode of transportation. 884 more words


Buffalo: Salem Evangelical Reformed Church

Designed by Jacob Oberkircher and built in 1907, this forboding antique German Evangelical church haunts the East side of Buffalo, abandoned for years now after a century of worship. 151 more words


Buffalo: The Other New York Subway and the Pedestrian Mall That Was

Visiting family in Buffalo as a kid, I knew little about the city’s light rail subway metro system…except that it was the subject of derision. A single 6.4 mile line runs above ground along Lower Main Street before diving underground and ultimately terminating at the State University of New York at Buffalo. 717 more words

Urban Transportation


Bison are an iconic symbol of the West, and the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is one of the reasons they still survive. Here is the story… 376 more words