In the past couple of years, there has been a steady stream of bloggy roundups of Buffalo's cultural offerings. Some of them have been focused on architecture or visual art, while others have taken a somewhat wider view. Most of them have been little more than glorified lists. For that reason, I've avoided posting every last mention of Buffalo's thriving art scene in the national media (and there have been lots) in this space. But today, a post by Blouinartinfo.com's Rozalia Jovanovic caught my eye. The concise writeup struck me as one of the smarter roundups of Buffalo's scene, from grassroots offerings like City of Night to the top-dog Albright-Knox Art Gallery. Check it out.
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