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- CALLERI: Movie map highlights Australia, England, and Gonzo America This week's new movies journey around the English-speaking world with stops at various points on the madness scale.
- 'Panic' at the Artpark concert series Next week's Tuesdays in the Park Artpark show features a headline performance from Widespread Panic. It's an early start, the band hits the stage at 6:30 p.m. for the first of two sets.
- JENNINGS: Festivals, concert series, 'Guitar Gods,' oh my Artpark will be in full swing over the next week with two shows at the Mainstage, a weekend festival, the second Tuesday's in the Park show, and the first installment of the Coors Light Wednesday's series. The annual Taste of Country event at Coca-Cola Field takes place Friday as well.
- Battle for empire returns to Fort Niagara during July 4 weekend Old Fort Niagara will hold its 35th annual French and Indian War Encampment July 4-6. The event is the largest re-enactment of the year at the fort and features hundreds of authentically clad French, British and Native American participants.
Morrissey's Artpark show cancelled
The Morrissey concert on Monday at the Artpark Mainstage Theater has been cancelled. Morrissey’s management has released this statement:
- Hall & Oates cap perfect Artpark opener It's been almost 40 years since Hall & Oates played Artpark, and John Oates joked that "they must have liked us, because they had us back."
- CALLERI: Acting lifts romantic tragedy 'The Fault In Our Stars,' and some thoughts on other films
- Hall & Oates ready to kick off Tuesdays in the Park After a long and cold winter in Western New York, music fans will soon be able to enjoy the soulful sounds of a group whose respect in the music community has finally matched their commercial success. Daryl Hall and John Oates, one of the most popular duos in music history, will grace the Artpark stage and kick off the 2014 Tuesday in the Park music series.
- Willie Nelson, DMB and Hall & Oates highlight week There are plenty of the big shows coming to town over the weekend, including Willie Nelson on Saturday at Artpark, Hall & Oates at Artpark on Tuesday and the Dave Matthews Band on Wednesday at Darien Lake. There are also a few lesser known, but cool acts, coming to town this week, including Eliot Lewis and Curtis Salgado at the Sportsmen's Tavern in Amherst, and Stryper at Braun's Concert Cove in Akron.
- CALLERI: 'Palo Alto' offers a fresh take on those difficult high school years In "The Godfather," after the argument between Michael Corleone and casino owner Mo Green, during which Fredo Corleone gives his two cents, Michael turns to Fredo and says: "… you're my older brother, and I love you, but don't ever take sides with anyone against the family again. Ever."
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