Police in Manchester, England, confirm 19 people dead at Manchester Arena following an apparent explosion after a concert by Ariana Grande. About 50 people have been injured. Authorities are treating the incident as a terrorist attack until they know otherwise, said Chief Constable Ian Hopkins of the Greater Manchester Police said in a brief early morning news conference. Hopkins said police are working with national counterterrorism experts to investigate the explosion. He offered few...
Monday, June 5, 2017 Shea’s 710 Theatre Red Carpet/Bar open at 7:00 p.m. Ceremony begins at 8:00 p.m. Tickets $15 Please join this annual celebration of excellence in the Buffalo theater community! Cheer on your favorite performers and hear numbers from the nominated musicals. Proceeds from The Artie Awards and our annual HIV/AIDS awareness red ribbon sale will benefit the Erie County Medical Center Immunodeficiency Services.
The early history of Buffalo’s gay and lesbian community is lost, mainly because same-sex affection was so thoroughly stigmatized by society at large. It was, in the famous phrase of the 19 th century, the love that dare not speak its name. But luckily, the city’s later LGBTQ history is known to us – largely through the remarkable efforts of two scholars who reconstructed what queer life was like in Buffalo from the 1930s to the early ’60s.