Curated by Kim, owner and YouTuber (Booktube, it’s a thing) at Bookmarks & Breadsticks, Read It and Eat is a fun quarterly subscription box that combines two of life’s simplest pleasures— books and food.
Lucky for you big summer readers as of Monday, June 8 many Buffalo & Erie County Public Libraries reopened to the public after being closed for ten weeks.
Today, our focus is on one thing and one thing only – shopping on Hertel.
Get your hands on a great book while supporting the local book shops in Buffalo that keep our community reading.
What better way to kickstart the New Year than through everything from book launches, to art gallery openings, to Shakespearean concertos.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed that poetry has been taking the world by storm lately.
As the leaves have officially dropped off the trees, this is the final installment of this series and man, are we going out with a bang.
This fall, Step Out will help you keep your scholarly interests alive with the “Buffalo’s Leaves and Lit” weekly guide.
If your news comes strictly in the form of Facebook shares, then it’s definitely time to delve into Buffalo’s enthusiastic zine scene.
This Halloween you can dress up and listen to poetry – all in one place! What could be better?
The Albright Knox has put together a retrospective survey of this Pop artist’s work – but don’t expect any Campbell’s soup cans or colorful Marilyn Monroe’s.
The Exhibit X Fiction Series brings world-renowned experimental and innovative fiction writers to Amherst and this week it’s Can Xue.
National Book Award Poetry Nominee, Multi-book Author, and Local Slam Sensation Round-out the Line-up for Opening Event on October 6th.
This Friday, Sept. 30, Poetics Plus brings Ojibwe, French, and Scottish educator and writer Aja Couchois Duncan to WNYBAC.
This fall, we’re here to help you keep your scholarly interests alive with the “Buffalo’s Leaves and Lit” weekly guide.
The hectic bustle in today’s era of distraction is a hindrance upon the private hobby of reading. Everyday you are bewildered…