RiverWorks

Music is Art hits the stage

Sep 8, 2018
Online Screen Grab / WBFO News

Artists of many stripes will be gathering today to celebrate their creativity at the 16th annual Music is Art festival.

Empire State Development Corp.

Think "Blueway." It is a word you are going to hear a lot in the next year or two, as Buffalo Billion II helps fund a water highway between South Buffalo Charter School and Broderick Park: the historic and industrial Buffalo waterfront.

WBFO's Mike Desmond

When Peg Overdorf bought land along Ohio Street in 2006 for a park, there were a lot of people who thought she was crazy because everyone knew if Ohio Street was going anywhere, it was continuing downhill. However, public money has helped turn it around.

Mike Desmond/WBFO News

The Zoning Board of Appeals decided yesterday it still doesn't have enough information to make a decision on a request from the owners of RiverWorks on Ganson Street to put an enormous video screen on the old GLF elevator, facing across the Buffalo River.


Komen Race for the Cure moving to RiverWorks

Jan 15, 2016
File photo

For years, thousands of participants have run the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure from Delaware Park through Elmwood Avenue and into downtown. Now, after 15 years, the race that promotes breast cancer awareness has announced it will move to Buffalo RiverWorks on the city's waterfront.

Avery Schneider/WBFO

Consider it an exercise in positive thinking. Look out your window. If you see blowing snow and other wintry scenes, repeat these words: “Buffalo winter weekends.”

Michael Mroziak/WBFO News

A CSX train and a tractor-trailer collided Tuesday morning at Ganson and Michigan streets, causing burn injuries to two people.

thevalleycenter.com / Valley Community Association

The Valley Community Association begins its annual Buffalo River Fest Friday evening.

Mike Desmond/wbfo news

While the Sabres and Predators battled a short distance away inside First Niagara Center, dozens of teams were battling outside on the RiverWorks rinks during the Labatt Buffalo Pond Hockey tournament.

Sara Ali/WBFO News

An enthusiastic crowd on Friday braved sub-zero temperatures for the start of the 8th annual Labatt Blue Pond Hockey Tournament at RiverWorks, which runs through the weekend.