10th class of Buffalo Broadcasting Hall of Fame announced

This piece was published in Forever Young magazine Born in Kenmore, Wolf Blitzer graduated from Kenmore West High School and earned a bachelor of arts degree in history from SUNY Buffalo and a master of arts degree in international relations from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C. Blitzer began … Continue reading 10th class of Buffalo Broadcasting Hall of Fame announced

Buffalo Broadcasters 9th Annual Hall of Fame Inductions

Originally appeared in Living Prime Time Magazine Believe it or not, a job in broadcasting is not too much different that any other job. We all punch a clock, putting in our 8 or 9 hours a day… and hope we’ve accomplished something at the end of it all. Most of us talk into a … Continue reading Buffalo Broadcasters 9th Annual Hall of Fame Inductions

The Frycake Lament: Donut Poetry

For Donuts I Go nuts Whether from Krispy Kreme or Dunkin’, by the Greasy goodness I am drunken. The sign reads Always Open… Never Closed, sitting on the counter stool I take repose Which shall it be… frosted, honey dipped, or with sprinkles? Just the thought makes my Extremities tingle… My coffee-brown lips enveloping a … Continue reading The Frycake Lament: Donut Poetry

Buffalo in the 70’s: Buffalo Anchorman

“Buffalo Anchorman” is a tribute to Buffalo television in the 70s and early 80s as inspired by the recent hit movie The Anchorman. Big hair, flashy suits, and plenty of loud colors makes for a decade we all wish we could forget. In a picture that looks like it could have been taken on the … Continue reading Buffalo in the 70’s: Buffalo Anchorman