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"The Beautiful Truth" Will be Playing Tonight at The Screening Room

"The Beautiful Truth" Will be Playing Tonight at The Screening Room

Tonight at 7pm The Screening Room will be showing "The Beautiful Truth." The Screening Room is located at 3131 Sheridan Drive, in Amherst. The film chronicles a young mans journey of discovery about Gerson Therapy. Max Gerson created Gerson therapy and in doing so discovered a cure for cancer. This film will open your eyes and provide you with much food for thought. Please join me in supporting both The Screening Room, and the Buffalo Awareness Film Series.

Denny's Dining for the Red Cross

Denny's Dining for the Red Cross

For more information on the leadership conference you'll be helping these students attend, please visit The American Red Cross College Club Conference website

Do You Anthropomorphize Your Companion Animal?

Do You Anthropomorphize Your Companion Animal?

According to an new study your dog may actually be able to feel the same emotions that you feel. I'm certain we've all said "He looks so sad when I get upset that he's eaten my shoe" or "She's so happy when I get home". Until now, you were anthropomorphizing your dog. That means assigning a human characteristic to an animal, and I'm absolutley guilty of doing that at least 5 times a day with my companion Arcot, and his "sister" Lily. To read more about the study click here.

You’ve Gotta Have Art Festival

Sales and display of a variety of fine arts featuring 40 Western New York artisans. Music, crafts for kids and much more, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, March 5 at the Clarence Presbyterian Church, 9675 Main St., Clarence; Free. 689-1039

Lancaster High School's Fight Against Cancer Continues Saturday

Lancaster High School's Fight Against Cancer Continues Saturday

 Cancer survivors, those who have taken care of loved ones and those who have lost friends and relatives to the disease soon will have a chance to “Celebrate. Remember. Fight Back.”

  These are the ideals of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, and Lancaster High School will hold the kick-off for its third annual Relay at 10 a.m.

"Mine" Screening to Benefit Maddies Pet Rescue Project in Erie County

"Mine" Screening to Benefit Maddies Pet Rescue Project in Erie County

On Monday March 14 "Mine" will be shown at The Screening Room in Amherst at 7pm. Following the film will be a discussion with Kara Lee, Project Coordinator for the Maddie’s Pet Rescue Project and Beth Shapiro, Deputy Director of the SPCA Serving Erie County, to add stories and insight from their personal experience in rescue, and specifically the Katrina rescue effort.


Admission will be $5 and a portion will be donated to Maddie's Pet Rescue Project in Erie County. To find out more information about Maddie's Fund click here.

Fringe Will Appeal to WNY’s Festival-Loving Residents

Fringe Will Appeal to WNY’s Festival-Loving Residents

To describe the London (Ontario) Fringe Festival presents a bit of a challenge. Imagine having your choice of 50 different theatre companies from across Canada and around the world. Consider that there are 350 performance times and on stage there will be everything from musicals, comedies, dramas, dance, clowns, magic and shows that defy categories and descriptions. And that’s just for starters!

Now you also need to image over 100 visual artists exhibiting in the art gallery and participating in a one-night contemporary art experience that explodes onto the streets in the downtown core.