My name is Kadie Daye, and I spent most of my life in a place called "The Region," and if you've never heard of that, I get it. After all, it's in Northwest Indiana. After graduating with my bachelor's degree in Broadcasting and Marketing in May 2021, I moved to Buffalo, NY and all I brought with me is a few tubs of clothes and a mattress. Oh! And my cassette player and turn table. I couldn't forget those. In college, I played soccer, but I found a new love of running, and I ended up joining the track and cross country teams. Now I run all the time, every day -- FOR FUN! :) Do you root for the Knicks in Buffalo? I'm a big basketball fan more so than football, so I'll agree to go to a few Bills games so long as you don't mind me cheering for the Chicago Bulls. When I'm not on the radio, you might find me listening to it, on a run trying not to get lost around town, or searching for my next vegetarian-friendly diner (I think they are often overlooked gems in a community). I heard winters are snowy here, which is lucky for me because I like to ski, sled, and ice skate.
Buffalo’s Newest And Only Romantic Horror-Themed Bar
The Merry Shelley is Buffalo’s newest and only romantic horror bar, and it is a literary-themed, Gothic horror experience. It is inspired by the novel written by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley 200 years ago, and you should expect to be spooked like nowhere else.
Opening Day for the Erie County Fair: What You Can Expect
The Erie County Fair returns to Buffalo after nearly two years, and there is so much fun sprinkled in the Hamburg Fairgrounds for the next 11 days.
New York’s First Female Governor: What You Need To Know About Buffalo Native Kathy Hochul
Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul is slated to become New York’s 57th governor in less than two weeks following Governor Andrew Cuomo’s announcement that he is resigning from his office. Hochul, a Buffalo native, will make history as the first woman to ever hold the office in New York s…