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The March 2016 Issue

April 21, 2018

Amanda Marie Rogers

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Amanda Marie Rogers

Chautauqua-Allegany & Western New York

Amanda's work has appeared in Publishers Weekly, GrowWNY and Greatwriting.com; she is writing a novel. She lives near Buffalo and likes hot chocolate, snow cones and walking her puppy.

JELL-O is “America’s Most Famous Dessert,” and a small town that sits between Buffalo and Rochester, only five minutes off I-90, is known as the “Hometown of JELL-O.” There, in LeRoy, N.Y., at the JELL-O Galley Museum, Lynne Belluscio, the director of the JELL-O Gallery as well as Executive Director of the LeRoy Historical Society, shared her knowledge about the gelatin dessert and its history. “Everyone seems to have… Read More »

If you’re interested in digging into — quite literally — New York State’s history, there’s no better place to explore than Western New York’s Penn Dixie. Owned and operated by the Hamburg Natural History Society, Inc., and located in Blasdell (5 miles from the center of Hamburg, and 10 miles south of Buffalo), the Penn Dixie Paleontological and Outdoor Education Center is an internationally-known, hands-on fossil excavation site… Read More »

Bringing the City of Light to Life at Night: ELAB City of Night, June 28, 2014 For years, the grain silos — huge concrete storage containers — in the Old First Ward have towered over Buffalo, many left unused after a bulk of industry left the area. Recently, however, a huge movement to reuse these historic structures has taken hold of the city’s residents. “Silo City,” the name… Read More »

A summer session at the Chautauqua Institution can keep you busy, but don’t forget that there are many adventures to be had outside of the gates. Here’s the NYSOM Guide to exploring beyond Chautauqua’s campus. Panama Rocks in Panama| From the Chautauqua Institution: 20-minute drive south Roughly one million years ago, the ice age began and frozen glaciers spread across the area, ripping through extant rock formations. In this… Read More »

Summer 2014 Season: June 21-August 24 New York City-born President Teddy Roosevelt is credited with calling Chautauqua “the most American thing in America.” The Chautauqua Institution  is a non-profit educational center on Chautauqua Lake. The grounds were built in 1871 as the first location of the Chautauqua Movement — an organized gathering with the purpose to educate and introduce people to new ideas. The Movement was fitting for the progressive… Read More »

Buffalo is known for bitter cold winters. But we’re here to tell you this little-known fact: Western New York has some of the best summers around. The temperature is perfect, averaging in the 80s and not too humid. And with that breeze blowing in off Lake Erie, Western New York is really the place to be. The lovely weather inspires people to come out, and because of that,… Read More »

Buffalo is well-known as a place to eat meat. With renowned staples like eponymous chicken wings and beef-on-weck, dining out on an alternative diet could get tricky — but no more. Locally-sourced produce and specialty appetites are increasingly popular across the country. According to a December 2012 article from Food Business News, “More than 7 out of 10 consumers said they would be more likely to visit a… Read More »

The future of energy is sustainable: new ideas for powering the world are more readily available each and every day. In Western New York, the University at Buffalo (UB), State University of New York has embraced a sustainable energy future, and they’re flaunting it. On Earth Day (April 22) last year, the UB Solar Strand, a cluster of solar panels, was unveiled to the public. Funded by the… Read More »

At the turn of the last century Buffalo boasted an envious concentration of masterful architecture. Quirky Art Deco stood next to stately Victorian buildings, and cozy cottages nestled alongside grand Italianate houses. Buffalo was even home to America’s first female architect, Louise Bethune. The city claims the largest percentage of historic structures of any town in the country: 62 percent of Buffalo’s buildings were constructed before 1940. Though… Read More »

NYSOM Contributor and longtime Fredonia resident, Amanda Marie Rogers, shows us how to navigate all that her town, located in the Chautauqua-Allegany region, has to offer. When you exit the I-90, Fredonia appears to be a fast-food wasteland, home to mega-chains like McDonald’s, Taco Bell and Bob Evans. At first glance, you may consider continuing on to other places. But notice that even among this industrial strip there… Read More »

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