Buffalo, NY – Mayor Byron W. Brown today urged Buffalo residents to visit the historic Broadway Market this holiday season.
“This year the Broadway Market is featuring more than a dozen holiday vendors who are joining the great year-round retailers. From now through Christmas Eve, there are several special events scheduled, including a wine festival, train show, music, and of course all the seasonal favorites that are part of family traditions,” Mayor Brown said.
This weekend’s Christmas season vendors include: American Boss Coffee, Black Button Distilling, E-3 Designs, House of Pressed, James Miner’s Books, Kelly’s Country Store, Kissed by the Sun Spices, Main Street Winery, Merritt Estate Winery, Nails by Jodel, Paparazzi Accessories - Glamorous Embellishments, Paragon Company, Pink Giraffe, Studio Vegan, and Victorianbourg Wine Estates.
Allen Street Traffic Alert
The westbound lane of Allen Street, between Delaware and Elmwood Avenues, from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., will remain closed on week days as the $7.1 million, Phase II of the Allen Street Complete project continues.
The detour route is Delaware Avenue to Virginia Street to Elmwood Avenue. The eastbound lane will remain open to vehicular traffic, and sidewalks on both sides of Allen Street will remain open during the utility phase of work. There will also be ‘No Parking’ zones on both sides of Allen Street from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
while work continues.
Recycle for the Holidays!
It’s not too early to start your holiday recycling efforts. All of those cardboard boxes that your gift purchases arrive in, as well as any paper they are wrapped in, can be put in your green curbside recycling tote.
Plastic wrapping, Styrofoam and other non-recyclable materials should be disposed of separately.
The Buffalo City Hall Dome and the City’s BuffaloLIT partners to mark National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
“The dome atop City Hall and BuffaloLIT participants will be lit in red, white and blue tonight, December 7, on this 80th anniversary of the devastating attack on the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor. We remember the 2,403 Americans whose lives were lost, and we honor all the men and women who are serving in the armed services to protect our freedom,” Mayor