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CrossFit Event to Benefit Hope House Shelter

CrossFit Event to Benefit Hope House Shelter

CrossFit Nickel City (CFNC), 247 Virginia St., Buffalo, is hosting an in-house individual CrossFit competition at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 16, with a portion of the proceeds to benefit Hope House Shelter for Women & Children.

The Matt Urban Hope Center is a community-focused agency based on the East Side of Buffalo. Its mission is to revitalize neighborhoods, serve families and change lives by offering a full array of services and support to the community. This is accomplished through job training, housing assistance, financial planning and more. Each week over 300 people are assisted through the Center and over 250 families are served through the Hope House emergency shelter. Last year the organization helped 110 street homeless individuals secure housing and provided 88 permanent supportive housing units to the chronically homeless.

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No Frills Buffalo Publishing Company Launches New Website

No Frills Buffalo Publishing Company Launches New Website

No Frills Buffalo publishing company has launched a new website — www.nfbpublishing.com — after its previous website was lost due to a technical failure experienced by the website’s former host.

“Due to a massive failure of the No Frills Buffalo website hosting company, nofrillsbuffalo.com is now nfbpublishing.com,” said the Buffalo-based publishing company’s owner, Mark Pogodzinski. “All literary submissions and contact should now be conducted through the new website. Emails can also be sent to mark@nfbpublishing.com.

Exit 2 Bar & Grille Gearing Up for a Great Summer

Exit 2 Bar & Grille Gearing Up for a Great Summer

Exit 2 Bar & Grille in Tonawanda will be the place to be during the summer months, with new menu items, a new patio and a golf tournament among the recently announced highlights.

Guests who enjoy outdoor dining will love Exit 2’s brand new patio, with interactive games such as Jenga and a bean bag toss adding to an already fun and entertaining atmosphere. Executive Chef Christopher Schork has been busy creating a new summer menu that rolls out on June 20 featuring several fresh seafood offerings, including fresh clams every Monday and Thursday night, and lighter fare. Guests who stop by for “Super Saturday” will enjoy drink and $2 jumbo hot dog specials at the bar or on the patio from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Limited-edition Jack Eichel-autographed Hat to be Raffled off by Bases Loaded Sports Collectibles

Limited-edition Jack Eichel-autographed Hat to be Raffled off by Bases Loaded Sports Collectibles

One of four signed and numbered 2015 NHL Draft hats autographed by Buffalo Sabres star center Jack Eichel will be raffled off by Bases Loaded Sports Collectibles on Monday, June 27, following the 2016 NHL Draft held in Buffalo.

This limited-edition NHL Draft hat is one of only four signed by Eichel and is numbered 4/4. The hat comes with a certificate of authenticity from the Upper Deck company. Eichel was the second overall selection in the 2015 draft which was held in Sunrise, Fla.

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THE PURPLE PARTY: A PRINCE REVOLUTION, CELEBRATING THE MUSIC, SUPPORTING THE CAUSE

THE PURPLE PARTY: A PRINCE REVOLUTION, CELEBRATING THE MUSIC, SUPPORTING THE CAUSE

BUFFALO, NY-July 2, 2016

What happens when a Buffalo music powerhouse and a doggedly determined non-profit come together in a musical partnership? Funk for a cause. On July 2, 2016, musical mega-talent Eric “Critt” Crittenden will partner with music-scene notables and local non-profit organization Save the Michaels of the World, Inc. in an effort to bring awareness to the opioid drug epidemic in America.

An event to honor the late, legendary Prince Rogers Nelson, The Purple Party is a celebration of a musical icon geared towards calling attention to the epidemic that took his life.

On April 21, 2016, prolific musician, songwriter and vocalist Prince was found dead at age 57 in his Paisley Park home. A legend had been snatched right out from his musical realm, and the world mourned.

THIRD ANNUAL BUFFALO BREWERS FESTIVAL SET FOR JUNE 18TH AT BUFFALO’S OUTER HARBOR

THIRD ANNUAL BUFFALO BREWERS FESTIVAL SET FOR JUNE 18TH AT BUFFALO’S OUTER HARBOR

Back and bigger than ever, the Buffalo Niagara Brewers Association (BNBA) will host its third annual Buffalo Brewers Festival on Saturday, June 18, from 3 to 7 p.m. at Buffalo’s Outer Harbor. The BNBA’s Brewers Festival is the only event of its kind in Western New York hosted by and for local craft brewers and will feature approximately 40 breweries from Western New York and across New York State and Ontario.  Also participating are local food-to-table vendors.

In order to create more space for the event as well as add new features, the Festival has moved from Canalside to the Outer Harbor. Some of the new features include a “Meet the Brewers” session, an interactive taste experience with five local brews which will be paired with exquisite cheeses from Vermont Farmstead. Buffalo Cheese Traders also will conduct a collaborative cheese and beer pairing with the brewers.

Participating breweries of this year’s festival include:

THIRD ANNUAL BUFFALO BREWERS FESTIVAL SET FOR JUNE 18TH AT BUFFALO’S OUTER HARBOR

THIRD ANNUAL BUFFALO BREWERS FESTIVAL SET FOR JUNE 18TH AT BUFFALO’S OUTER HARBOR

Back and bigger than ever, the Buffalo Niagara Brewers Association (BNBA) will host its third annual Buffalo Brewers Festival on Saturday, June 18, from 3 to 7 p.m. at Buffalo’s Outer Harbor. The BNBA’s Brewers Festival is the only event of its kind in Western New York hosted by and for local craft brewers and will feature approximately 40 breweries from Western New York and across New York State and Ontario.  Also participating are local food-to-table vendors.

In order to create more space for the event as well as add new features, the Festival has moved from Canalside to the Outer Harbor. Some of the new features include a “Meet the Brewers” session, an interactive taste experience with five local brews which will be paired with exquisite cheeses from Vermont Farmstead. Buffalo Cheese Traders also will conduct a collaborative cheese and beer pairing with the brewers.

Participating breweries of this year’s festival include: