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Authentic Ukrainian Eats Every Friday for Lunch

Authentic Ukrainian Eats Every Friday for Lunch

St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church's Friday Kitchen
308 Fillmore Ave., Buffalo, NY 14206
Open Friday’s – 11:00AM-3:00 PM

This place is truly one of the hidden gems of B-F.  The food is out of this world and is as authentic as it gets.

If you are looking for something different to do for lunch on a Friday, this is the place. It is not that far from downtown and the Fillmore/Smith exit of the I-190.

Check out the menu after clicking read more.

You can also call ahead with your order: 716.852.1908

Nelson Starr, John & Mary to Perform at Horsefeathers Events

Nelson Starr, John & Mary to Perform at Horsefeathers Events

Buffalo Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Nelson Starr and John & Mary of 10,000 Maniacs fame are scheduled to perform during the National Food Day event from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22, at Horsefeathers Market & Residence, 346 Connecticut St., Buffalo. Nelson Starr & The Benjamins will perform from 5:45 to 7 p.m., followed by The Flying Horsefeathers from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. and John & Mary from 9 to 10 p.m.

Buffalo architectural firm The Frizlen Group is set to begin rehabilitating the five-story, 114-year-old “Horsefeathers” building. Plans for the building include a local foodmakers’ market in the basement and on the first-floor, and 18 loft-style apartments on the upper floors. The total cost of the renovation project is $4 million.

Wind Advisory In Place Monday for Most of WNY

BUFFALO, NY--  A Wind Advisory will be in effect for Erie, Chautauqua, Genesee, Niagara and Orleans Counties from 10:00am Monday through 7:00pm Monday.

We could have winds increasing to 20-30mph and gusts to 50mph.

The high winds will continue to threaten tree limbs and the possibility of more power outages.

You can follow the weather on the Storm Team 2 Interactive Doppler.

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Missing Elderly Man Located

BUFFALO, NY - Buffalo Police have located an elderly man who went missing Saturday morning.   

73-year-old Donald Sears went missing from his home on Woodlawn Avenue early Saturday morning.

Family members say theywere concerned for Sears because he has medical issues.

Sears is a black male, about 5'6", 240 pounds with grey balding hair. He was last seen wearing a dark grey fleece jacket, dark brown pants and black and white dress shoes. 

Hungry Population Growing in Western New York

BUFFALO, N.Y. -  Empty spaces on the shelves of the Food Bank of Western New York represent a bigger problem when it comes to feeding the hungry in Western New York.

"More and more people are finding it harder and harder to make ends meet, so what's suffering is their food budget," said Marylou Borowiak, President and CEO of the Food Bank of Western New York.

The hunger gap is being dubbed "food insecurity" - simply put - not being able to put enough food on the table.

An estimated 14% of our area's population, or about 185,000 people, is food insecure.

That means more people than ever are relying more heavily on food pantries and soup kitchens.

Pulaski March & Squeezefest in Polonia Today

Pulaski March & Squeezefest in Polonia Today

Today, Saturday, October 15, 2011, organizers will bring Pulaski pride back to the Historic Polonia District during the first Pulaski Day march down Fillmore Avenue. Historically, Pulaski parades have been celebrated across America during the first two weeks of October to commemorate the great patriot’s death.  The march will begin at the Adam Mickiewicz Library & Dramatic Circle at 4pm and travel one block south down Fillmore Avenue to St. Stanislaus Church. Immediately after the parade, non-stop polka music will begin at “SqueezeFest” inside the St. Stan’s Social Center (www.PulaskiDayBuffalo.com).

Ford Friendship Express Program Unveils its “Redesign”

Ford Friendship Express Program Unveils its “Redesign”

Applications now available for local nonprofits; Recipients to be announced at Buffalo Auto Show in February

BUFFALO, N.Y. – The Ford Dealers of Western New York just couldn’t wait to announce that applications are now available for the 2012 Ford Friendship Express program -- an annual program that provides “new wheels” to local nonprofit organizations in need of transportation.

“For nearly two decades, the WNY Ford Dealers have awarded new Ford vehicles to deserving organizations in our community,” said Scott Bieler, chairman, Ford Friendship Express selection committee.