The ECIDA has a public hearing a week from today on a proposed incentive package for Rich Products Corporation. The funds would go to financing for a new customer innovation center on Niagara Street.
An internet effort to raise $3,000 for a light fixture once belonging to the Buffalo Central Terminal was successful. The owner of Toronto's Navarro Art Gallery pledged to let the fixture go for that price on the condition it be re-installed inside the Terminal.
Once a hit in the 1990's the Buffalo-Opoly board game is once again for sale. The updated game features Coca Cola Field and First Niagara Center, with the Botanical Gardens and UB serving as Boardwalk and Park Place. It retails for $24.95 and is available at Neo Gift Studio on Elmwood Avenue, according to Buffalo Rising.