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"Blue Sky" by Frankl Lloyd Wright<br />Source:  Forest Lawn Cemetery
"Blue Sky" by Frankl Lloyd Wright
Source: Forest Lawn Cemetery

In Buffalo, an Artful (and Epxensive) Sort of Death

Buffalo is known for its long association with architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Several of his buildings are now being restored. The latest of his designs to be newly built is already on display in the city. Its not a house or a museum -- it's a mausoleum. Buffalo's oldest cemetery is using one of Wright's designs as part of a new marketing campaign, designed to attract upscale funerals. Brian Mann visited recently and has our story.  Go to full article

Room for Wilderness in the Suburbs?

Imagine a suburban, backyard wilderness where 200 year-old trees still stand. That's exactly what you'll find at the 300 acre Reinstein Nature Preserve. It meanders right through the heart of a bustling suburb. The preserve has been limited to small groups led by a nature guide. But there's a new plan to give unrestricted access. Some environmentalists worry that would ruin the preserve. The Great Lakes Radio Consortium's Joyce Kryszak takes us to the woods - and to the debate.  Go to full article

Buffalo Mourns Soldier

Hundreds of mourners packed a Buffalo church yesterday to honor a young soldier killed in the war with Iraq. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

Pataki Takes Budget Message On The Road

Governor George Pataki toured parts of the state to bring his anti-tax message to New Yorkers. At the Capitol, Legislative leaders castigated him for not acting on the budget bills. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

Buffalo to Host Indigenous Games

New York will host the next North American Indigenous Games in 2005. Buffalo won a bid for the games last week. It's the second time they've been held in the U.S. Organizers say it's a chance to grow the games south and east. David Sommerstein has more.  Go to full article

Economy Hits Local Gov'ts

The soft economy has caused fiscal troubles for local governments across New York, including New York City and Buffalo. Now Monroe County, where the city of Rochester is located, is experiencing budget problems so severe that the county executive has threatened to close the county's parks. Karen DeWitt reports on a growing trend that many believe will only grow worse in the near future.  Go to full article

Senecas to Hold Casino Referendum

Tribal members of the Seneca Nation are preparing to decide the future of casino gambing on the reservation and in Western New York. David Sommerstein reports next week's tribal referendum on Seneca casinos is expected to be close.  Go to full article

Governor okays casinos in Niagara Falls and Buffalo

Last week Governor Pataki made a surprise announcement to allow Seneca Nation casinos in Niagara Falls and Buffalo. David Sommerstein reports the St. Regis Mohawks don't think the move will hurt their own casino plans.  Go to full article

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