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Earth's Daughters at Fourth Friday Series at Dog Ears Bookstore

Earth's Daughters at Fourth Friday Series at Dog Ears Bookstore

 

The editors of Earth's Daughters magazine (Kastle Brill, Jennifer Campbell, Joyce Kessel, Janna Willoughby-Lohr, and ryki zuckerman) will read from their work on Friday, March 27, at 7 pm in the Fourth Friday Reading Series at Dog Ears Bookstore, 688 Abbott Rd., in South Buffalo. The series is hosted by Fred Whitehead.  Admission is $4. Long time sponsor, Bella Pizza, will provide pizza and beverages will be available.

Earth's Daughters is both name of the magazine, which has been publishing for 44 years, and the name of the collective, comprised of the editors, each of whom is an accomplished poet.  Earth's Daughters magazine is the longest continuously published feminist literary arts periodical in the US.  

Msgr. Kevin O’Neill Honored by Diocese of Buffalo

Msgr. Kevin O’Neill Honored by Diocese of Buffalo

 

Msgr. Kevin O’Neill, canonical administrator at Mary Queen of Angels Regional Catholic School in Cheektowaga, received the Diocese of Buffalo’s Outstanding Achievement Award at the Celebration of Catholic Education gala held on Jan. 29 at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Center.

Msgr. O’Neill, who will step down as educational administrator at the Catholic school at the end of the current school year, previously served as pastor of Immaculate Conception parish in East Aurora for 23 years, retiring in 2005.

Eagle Scout Project Enhances the Mill Road Scenic Overlook

Eagle Scout Project Enhances the Mill Road Scenic Overlook

 

Thanks to the efforts of Quinn Schwab and members of Boy Scout Troop #238, the Mill Road Scenic Overlook has had a cleanup. For his Eagle Scout Service Project, Schwab led the cleanup of debris that was the last remnant of a long-ago farm dump that had been hidden in a ravine on the property. 

No Frills Buffalo Publishing Company Releases Autobiography by Figure Skating Champion Gary Visconti

No Frills Buffalo Publishing Company Releases Autobiography by Figure Skating Champion Gary Visconti

 

“Falling for the Win,” the autobiography of World Professional Figure Skating Champion, Olympian and skating coach Gary Visconti, has been released by No Frill Buffalo publishing company. Visconti, currently a resident of Sun City West, Arizona, is a native of East Detroit, Michigan.

Behavior, Accountability and Social Media

Behavior, Accountability and Social Media
 

Technology is a powerful tool created to utilize proper and quick communication. The history of the internet began in the 1950's with the creation of electronic computers. In the 1990's, there was a rise in computer use due to instant messaging, email, and the World Wide Web.

In our present societies, social media has turned into a "psychological dumping ground" where people often use technology to complain without action.

“Holiday Cheer on Chippewa” Scheduled for December 5 and 6

 “Holiday Cheer on Chippewa” Scheduled for December 5 and 6

It's never been a better time to come downtown to Buffalo. To kick off the holidays, the Chippewa Alliance will host Holiday Cheer on Chippewa, a two-day series of events to take place on Chippewa Street (and select businesses on Franklin Street). The weekend events are highlighted by a special tree trimming contest among local businesses, donation collection drive for the Buffalo City Mission, music by Hutch-Tech High School, and speciality cocktails, great craft beer and plenty of food at local establishments. People can walk Chippewa Street, see the trees and decorations while spreading Holiday Cheer on Chippewa. Rumor has it that Santa Claus might show up too!