Bellissima, a theater group of all Little Theatre alumni, will be performing the show “Meteor Shower,” a Steve Martin production.
This vegetarian friendly, welcoming restaurant is less than ten minutes from campus and is sure to appeal to just about anyone.
Canisius is celebrating 150 years of educating individuals and had local artist Edreys Wajed paint a mural in honor of that. Students can pass by the finished mural in Old Main.
Taylor Henderson, a local 13 year old girl, starts her own cake and cupcake business from her home in Clarence, NY.
Buffalo is filled with numerous different bookstores in many different locations, each with their own unique history and story. The workers are not only passionate about their work, but about the history of each book.
Amanda Popovski introduces you to Breadhive Cafe and Bakery on Connecticut Street, a unique place to eat from its food to its ownership
Buffalo is known for having delicious food and a welcoming community. The city of good neighbors doesn’t fail to impress its residents with fall themed events suitable for almost anyone. These events are a great excuse to procrastinate all the school work that needs to get done.
Canisius College student life celebrated fall throughout the campus with different activities that attracted students, clubs, and faculty. Along with the activities food trucks, gourmet cupcakes and kettle corn was there for enjoyment.
Riverworks hosts ChalkFest, an event where artists are able to express themselves from a unique medium. Their complex pieces along with the eerie atmosphere of Silo City fit perfectly with their fall and Halloween theme.
Lexi talks with her hands. She often emphasizes points by hitting the pinkie edge of…