Judah and the Lion take over Buffalo’s Town Ballroom

The Town Ballroom played host to Judah and the Lion and The Academics on a windy Thursday night in Buffalo, New York. I have never been to the venue before, and I must say, the atmosphere is unlike no other. The venue is very close and intimate, with a capacity being marked at just over … Continue reading Judah and the Lion take over Buffalo’s Town Ballroom

Stats and predictions for the 2017 NFL season

AFC East: The Patriots have gone on a 4-1 run after losing their first game of the season. The offense production has been great for the Patriots, but their defense has been a huge question mark so far, this year. The Buffalo Bills have started strong at 3-2, but need quarterback Tyrod Taylor to continue … Continue reading Stats and predictions for the 2017 NFL season

A look into Sufjan Stevens’ performance at UB

To try and identify an overarching trend in Sufjan Stevens’ music catalog initially seems to be an exercise in futility. Starting with his dabble in electronica (Enjoy Your Rabbit), Stevens transitioned from religiously steeped folk (Seven Swans) to frenetic baroque pop (Illinois) before creating a whole new genre of disco art-folk (The Age of Adz). … Continue reading A look into Sufjan Stevens’ performance at UB

Sabres’ rough start may have some positives

It’s been a rough start to the season for the Buffalo Sabres. They already lost their #1 goalie and speedy, physical winger Evander Kane for 4-6 weeks with an MCL injury. The team is 3-6-0 after their win in Philadelphia in overtime, but it’s not exactly unexpected to see some growing pains from a team … Continue reading Sabres’ rough start may have some positives

O.A.R.’s summer concert goes beyond expectations

I only went to one concert this summer. I know, so anti-buzz board of me. But, the one I went to made up for all of the others I might have missed. On July 2, a few friends and I (including the wonderful sports director, Ryan) ventured to Lewiston, New York to see O.A.R perform … Continue reading O.A.R.’s summer concert goes beyond expectations