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Brewing local at Buffalo on Tap
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Brewing local at Buffalo on Tap

Buffalo, N.Y. — 150 craft beers. 75 breweries. Three to four hours. That’s what drew more than 5,000 people to the Buffalo Convention Center Saturday for the third annual Buffalo on Tap Craft Beer Festival. Sponsored by Consumer’s Beverages Inc., Buffalo on Tap brings together a rich variety of IPAs, lagers, hefeweizens, pilsners, porters, stouts, and ciders … Continue reading

Yuri’s Night honors past and future of space flight
Culture / Science / Technology

Yuri’s Night honors past and future of space flight

Dave Boch was in eighth grade when Russian astronaut Yuri Gagarin first orbited the earth. “Growing up during the height of the space program was continuingly exciting,” Boch said. Boch, a 64-year-old, retired math teacher from Ithaca, N.Y., remembers watching Gagarin’s journey on television. That was 52 years ago, on April 12, 1961. “Yuri is … Continue reading