This year at the Shaw Festival, Peter Krantz has a small, but key role in Major Barbara. Krantz has the lead role in Faith Healer. WBFO'S Mike Desmond recently sat down with Krantz to discuss the plays and how an actor prepares for a role.
The deed you receive in purchasing your property just seem like a lot of legal papers and a possibly confusing map. But on this week's edition of You & The Law, WBFO's Mike Desmond speaks with local attorney Marc Brown, who says you should pay attention to those papers and what they show about your property.
Preparing a will has become much more complicated in this cyber age. On this week's edition of You and the Law, attorney Laura Jabrucki talks with WBFO's Mike Desmond about a will and changing your will when it's necessary.
The Buffalo Public School system has only weeks to resolve two major problems: requests to transfer students out of failing schools and an order from the State Education Department to let students from Lafayette and East High School take vocational classes from suburban BOCES. While some progress is being made, the teachers union is considering a lawsuit.
Buffalo has a new skateboard park, formally opened Wednesday afternoon by city officials and several eager young people, many of whom were already using the swirling concrete during the formal ribbon-cutting ceremony.
With so much community concern about street violence in the city of Buffalo, a local preacher is taking a close look at what is happening. He has determined that homicide education is part of the answer.
Buffalo's billion-and-a-half-dollar Joint Schools reconstruction project is winding down with only one-school unfinished after September. Six-rehabbed buildings re-open with the start of classes. That leaves only School 59 which will be done by January.
Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz says the area can move forward with planning for an advanced manufacturing center and help local farmers. The county is looking at the creation of a local food hub.