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Support The Breast Cancer Network of WNY: Oct 16

Support The Breast Cancer Network of WNY: Oct 16

 

Support The Breast Cancer Network of WNY: Oct 16

 

Lifetime Memories Photography and Serenity Salon, Spa 'n more present: PINCS [Proponents In Networking for Cancer Survivors] a network of local business women that assist breast cancer survivors and families in finding various avenues of help and support in Western New York.

Founded by Christine Wallace [Lifetime Memories Photography] and Jennifer Mutton [Serenity Salon, Spa 'n more], PINCS is holding this event at Monsignor Nash Knights of Columbus [261 South Legion Drive, South Buffalo]  October 16, 2011 at 1pm.

Larkin Administration Building: A 'Wright' of Passage in Buffalo

Larkin Administration Building: A 'Wright' of Passage in Buffalo

An Account of the final years of the Larkin Administration Building On Seneca Street -

   Destruction of Buffalo's Larkin Building will be a great loss to coming generations, Architect J. Stanley Sharp contends in a letter to the New York Herald Tribune. The paper had carried remarks of Andrew C. Ritchie of the Museum of Modern Art, former director of Buffalo's Albright Art Gallery, and an editorial of it's own deploring the demolition of such monuments.

  "As an architect," writes Mr. Sharp, "I share the concern of many others over the destruction of the Frank Lloyd Wright's world famous office building in Buffalo. It is not merely a matter of sentiment; from a practical standpoint this structure can function efficiently for centuries. Modern engineering has improved upon the lighting and ventilation systems Mr. Wright used but that is hardly excuse enough to efface the work of the man who successfully pioneered in the solving of such problems. The Larkin Building set a precedent for many an office building we admire today and should be regarded not as an outmoded utilitarian structure but as a monument, if not to Mr. Wright's creative imagination, to the inventiveness of American design."

Coming Soon to a Roadside Near You

Coming Soon to a Roadside Near You

What do you think? Enlightened message or unenlightening atheism? Add your comments below.

This billboard is part of a widespread advertising campaign launched by Amherst's Center for Inquiry

9/11: This Is Nothing New

9/11: This Is Nothing New

9/11: This Is Nothing New

by Susan Marie


My phone rang. I were told to turn on the TV. I stared in abject horror at the screen as a plane flew directly into the 2nd tower of The World Trade Center. I thought: How is this possible in America, let alone New York City, the most populous city in the U.S, the largest metropolitan area in the world?

All I knew is that people were dying.


After 9/11, every available person volunteered to assist NYC ranging from the health care field, firefighters, police force, and everyday people. The attitude in America was one of solidarity. No one fought about religion and politics. Diversity in race, financial status or sexual gender was not an issue. People stood together.  Not apart.

What followed as a result, was and still is, global mass hysteria.

Primate Experimentation: A Canisius College Controversy

This Friday, September 9th, Canisius College’s Institute for the Study of Human-Animal Relations (ISHAR) will host a presentation entitled “The Use of Primates in Biomedical Research: A Personal Perspective,” led by Dr. James Ha, head of the Colony Demographics and Genetics Program at the Washington National Primate Research Center (WNPRC) at the University of Washington (UW).

According to the ISHAR website, Dr. Ha is expected to provide an “overview of the challenges, costs, and benefits of using primates in biomedical research.”  The event is expected to draw a sizeable crowd, as this event is both open to the public and a curriculum requirement for anthrozoology graduate students and undergraduate Animal Behavior, Ecology and Conservation (ABEC) students.   

AM-POL Eagle: An Open Letter to Bishop Edward Kmiec

AM-POL Eagle: An Open Letter to Bishop Edward Kmiec

Dear Bishop Kmiec,

Help Us Educate Pakistan

Help Us Educate Pakistan

On Sunday, August 28 · 8:00pm - 9:30pm, PYA Canada held an Iftaar Fundraiser Dinner to Help Educate Pakistan!

Iftaar is an evening meal when Muslims break their fast during the holy month of Ramadan. Iftaar is often done as community, with people gathering to break their fast together. This month is about giving [the wealthy] and receiving [those in need.]

The Youth of Pakistan are focusing on what is most needed in Pakistan at this time, as a whole. Please watch the video below, share it and become a part of the solution.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFpSkgo-mZ8

To view photos on recent work in schools damaged by 2010 floods in Pakistan, which this event supports, see below: