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Unpacking 'Buffalo Unscripted'

For the past week, a team of young staffers from the National Trust for Historic Preservation has been in town to collect interviews for "Buffalo Unscripted," a promotional project that will screen during the National Trust's conference here in October. The trio -- Leigh Ivey, Jason Clement and Julia Rocchi -- was nice enough to take a short break from interviewing folks at a West Side block party on Sunday afternoon and answer some of the same quesitons they've been posing to Buffalonians since they arrived here. Judging by what they had to say (not to mention the impressions they've left, nicely compiled here by the National Trust), it's clear their sojourn in Buffalo has been a fruitful one.

Here's a little coda to their trip. Note: The finally tally of people who participated in the "Buffalo Unscripted" filming was 516, far more than the number I cited in the video. (And please forgive the shaky video and low audio -- after I ask my first question, you'll want to crank up the volume):

--Colin Dabkowski

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