Archive for the ‘news’ Category

  • The Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow  Museum was happy to host UB's Alumni Association on Thursday, September 12th.  It was the Association's largest event to date, held in arguably the most beautiful venue they've had as well.  Enjoy these pictures from the event, and check out the Museum's website for more information about visiting the collection, along with the new Frank Lloyd Wright filling station, for yourself.[gallery link="file"]Read More »

  • The Knoer Group is happy to announce that a lease has been finalized on behalf of Buffalo Development Corp. to bring a branch of the famous Syracuse-based Dinosaur Bar-B-Que to 301 Franklin Street.  Keeping with their pattern of embracing old buildings, they plan to repurpose the old film storage facility to serve their signature biker barbecue while retaining and highlighting its unique architecture. For more information, visit www.dinosaurbarbque.comRead More »

  • A correspondent from Motorweek was in Buffalo recently to brows the Buffalo Transportation Pierce-Arrow Museum and speak with the collection's biggest benefactor, James Sandoro. Click here for the video and transcript.Read More »

  • Full story available from YNN hereRead More »

  • Here's a video of some of the work being done on one of Buffalo's most exciting development projects: The Hotel Statler For more information about The Hotel Statler, check out Statler City and/or like their Facebook pageRead More »

  • ...actually, she's a falcon who's taken to perching on our windowsills.  Enjoy the beautiful pictures. Read More »

  • GrowWNY is helping local organizations to promote their Earth Day events.  You can post your event to their online calendar, and see other events, by clicking here.  Or, you can share stories and pictures of your Earth Day plans on their What's New blog here. You can also register your organization at www.buffaloearthday.com, and pledge your support for alternative transportation by choosing to walk, carpool, or ride public transit on Earth Day.Read More »

  • Click Here for a video of Ron Kamen's presentation on solar energy for the Western New York Apollo Alliance and the Cornell ILR SchoolRead More »

  • The Green Renaissance of Western New York has a new website at www.growwny.org.  For a peek at what's inside, check out this video, or visit the site here.Read More »

  • Ron Kamen, President of the New York Solar Industries Association (NYSEIA, www.nyseia.org) will discuss the state of New York’s solar energy industry and green economy. Mr. Ron Kamen is also Senior VP of Earthkind Solar (www.earthkindenergy.com), the leading solar thermal energy company in New York. Ron began his career as an energy policy expert in the 1980s when he worked to create Demand Side Management programs that gave the utility industry a financial incentive to invest in energy efficiency, spurring New York’s current multi- billion dollar efficiency programs. In the 1990s, Ron ...Read More »