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Primal Static shows less is more at Sugar City

Primal Static shows less is more at Sugar City

Reuben Wolf, Arts Editor
May 15, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, CULTURE, Reviews

In the midst of their tour promoting their latest EP, Panstylistic, Primal Static decided to drop in at Buffalo's DIY art space Sugar City (1239 Niagara St.). The band played alongside other acts such as Orange Friction, The Good Neighbors, and Johnny and the Man Kids. Hailing from Austin, Texas, P...

Forced Campus Walk housing unfair to senior students

Forced Campus Walk housing unfair to senior students

Edwin J. Viera, Columnist
May 3, 2017
Filed under City & Region, Columns, OPINION, Recent Stories, Student Experience

Campus Walk is the newest building at Buffalo State, and it is primarily being used to house the seniors that are being forced off of campus. Seniors are leaving the campus because of a new residence life rule. “Beginning next academic year, Fall 2017, senior standing students (90 credits or more) wi...

Albright-Knox to receive largest artist donation in its history

Albright-Knox to receive largest artist donation in its history

Reuben Wolf, Arts Editor
April 25, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, CULTURE, Front Page, Recent Stories, Showcase

The Albright-Knox Art Gallery announced Tuesday that it will be entrusted with the entire estate of the one of the most influential artists of the 1960s, Marisol. “Marisol helped define the 1960s through her innovative and groundbreaking work, emerging as one of the most prominent artists of her...

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness deliver an epic show at Town Ballroom

Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness deliver an epic show at Town Ballroom

Chris Prenatt, Contributing Writer
April 4, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, CULTURE, Recent Stories, Reviews

On Sunday night at Town Ballroom, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness performed to a sold out crowd as part of his Zombies on Broadway tour. Joined by Californian rock band Night Riots and Australian rock group Atlas Genius, McMahon and his band performed for at least two hours at the historic venue in...

Q&A with celebrity chef and Buffalo State alum Lazarus Lynch

Q&A with celebrity chef and Buffalo State alum Lazarus Lynch

Reuben Wolf, Arts Editor
April 3, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, CULTURE, Recent Stories, Showcase, Student Lifestyle

It has been one year since Lazarus Lynch has walked the campus of Buffalo State.  In that time, he has become an internet food sensation, branding his own brand of cooking with soulful family influences.  Chef Lynch was gracious enough to devote some of his time for an interview with The Record. So, first thing...

Albright-Knox and Burchfield Penney to co-fund groundbreaking new art project

Albright-Knox and Burchfield Penney to co-fund groundbreaking new art project

Reuben Wolf, Arts Editor
April 1, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, CULTURE, Recent Stories, Showcase, The Wreckard

For several culturally relevant reasons, the Albright-Knox and Burchfield Penney Art Galleries have joined forces to bring to Buffalo a new art project that has been sweeping the nation. The new piece will be hard to miss, as it will consist of a twenty-seven story mechanical robot monster that will...

The ‘Uber question’ is lacking answers

The ‘Uber question’ is lacking answers

Edwin J. Viera, Columnist
March 11, 2017
Filed under City & Region, Columns, OPINION, Recent Stories

New York City is one of the busiest cities in the world. With 8 million people crammed into this space, getting around was a real problem. Though, one revolutionary app took care of that problem. Uber, a ridesharing app, has drivers around the area and can be easily charged to a debit/credit card...

Lead poisoning still a problem in parts of Buffalo, possibly Buffalo State

Lead poisoning still a problem in parts of Buffalo, possibly Buffalo State

Edwin J. Viera, Columnist
March 5, 2017
Filed under Campus, NEWS, Recent Stories, Showcase

East New York, Crown Heights and Coney Island in Brooklyn, the South Side of Chicago, Oakland, South Central and Compton in California -- these neighborhoods all have one thing in common:  They are homes to hundreds of thousands of minorities and have high crime rates. What separates them from the Ea...

Albright-Knox to premiere four new solo exhibits

Albright-Knox to premiere four new solo exhibits

Reuben Wolf, Arts Editor
February 15, 2017
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, CULTURE, Recent Stories, Showcase

Coming off its recent Picasso exhibit, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery is gearing up to premiere four brand new solo exhibits, each being the artist’s first in an American museum.  The four new exhibits and artists will be: Tamar Guimarães and Kasper Akhøj: Studies for A Minor History of Trembling Mat...

The Record Style Watch: All Bundled Up

The Record Style Watch: All Bundled Up

January 31, 2017
Filed under CULTURE, Photo Galleries, Recent Stories, Student Lifestyle

The Record Style Watch is back for the spring semester! This week, students are bundled up for the cold, snowy weather and showing off their winter apparel. It's definitely looking like winter in Buffalo out there, and these students are well-dressed for the occasion. ...

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