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Monday, December 18, 2017

HEaRD in WNY: Shows for Dec. 21 - 27

All WNY News     Monday, December 18, 2017    


This week's featured show is The Christmas Party 13.

Yes, MNM Presents' annual Christmas Party has reached the lucky year of 13! Every year they take over four floors of the Pearl Street Grill & Brewery with live DJs spinning dance music all night long! Since 2001, MNM has been responsible for hundres of raves, concerts, mulitmedia productions, after-parties, & straight-up bangers. And their annual Christmas Party is no exception!

The event will feature artists such as 3PO, DJ SunGlasses Mike, Xotec, Buzz Trillington, Jesse Aaron, Eyes Everywhere, Rufus Gibson, Miosi, Chad Lock b2b Dave Sif, Hoogs & US Marshall, Wooli, Basha b2b Stuntman, Notixx, ENOK, & more! Sound & Lighting will be provided by Buffalo Pro Sound Audio Group, JR Audio, Se2 Silent Disco, Light Logic Productions, Tristan Sound, Buddy Bress Prod, Beloved Entertainment, & Projex! Doors open at 9:00pm on Christmas night (Monday, December 25th), and tickets are $20 presale or $25 day of show for this ages 21 or older party!

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Greg Burt is a Concert Promoter/Sound Guy/Music Supporter/Keyboardist/etc. He can be reached at Greg@FTMPEvents.com. For the full FTMP show calendar, visit www.FTMPEvents.com.

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Today's forecast: Cloudy with a high near 28

All WNY News     Sunday, December 17, 2017    
STAFF REPORTS


The National Weather Service calls for increasing clouds today with a high near 28. Tonight, there's a chance of snow showers with a low around 28.

Monday offers a chance of rain and snow showers with a high near 41 and a low around 38. Tuesday turns to rain with a high near 44 and a low around 29. Wednesday will be partly sunny with a high near 32 and a low around 22.

Thursday will be mostly cloudy with a high near 36 and a low around 29. Friday: Rain and snow are likely with a high near 41 and a low around 24. Saturday will be mostly cloudy with a high near 31.

Obituaries published Dec. 16, 2017

All WNY News     Sunday, December 17, 2017    
Here are links to the obituaries published by All WNY News on Dec. 16, 2017.

All WNY News publishes obituary notices from area funeral homes free of charge. To submit a notice, email news@allwnynews.com.


All WNY Radio playlist for Dec. 16, 2017

All WNY News     Sunday, December 17, 2017    

Below is the list of audio tracks and live broadcasts that played on All WNY Radio on Dec. 16, 2017.

12:00 AM The Lady, or the Tiger? - Life is Easy (Life is Hard) - Live [v9z]
12:03 AM Chris Squier - Here's to the Losers [x8L]
12:08 AM The Devil In Love - Cooledge R1 [tqJ]
12:13 AM Festina Lente - Online [bs8]
12:19 AM Jaynie Crash and the Tall Men - The Work Song [JFt]
12:22 AM A Will Away / Head North - Poor Posture [bJn]
12:25 AM Ad Astra - Pretty Pictures [bJo]
12:29 AM A Will Away / Head North - In The Water [bJm]
12:34 AM Jon Scott - Just Go (Male Version) [G5J]
12:37 AM Sacklunch - Good Times [bKU]
12:40 AM Circus Grenade - Needle Damage [bJK]
12:44 AM Mark Lee - Rise Up [tcy]
12:46 AM Katie Ann - My Battles [bxX]
12:49 AM Twin Lions - Leaving [bx5]
12:53 AM A Failed Apology - KYHU [bJl]
12:56 AM Figurehead - Declaration Of Independence [bJZ]
1:03 AM Electric Watermelon - A Day Behind [tGp]
1:06 AM Diggin' Roots Band - Muddy Water [v9y]
1:11 AM Diceros - Hopeless [bJR]
1:15 AM Brother Keep - Good or Bad [bJB]
1:19 AM Forever The Athlete - Make Sure You Set This Right [bK5]
1:22 AM Sudden Urge - He Walks The Wire (Tribute to Nik Wallenda) [x7s]
1:25 AM Darling Harbor - All Sail, No Anchor [bJM]
1:30 AM Katie Ann - Tequila Sunrise [bAI]
1:33 AM Thundercloud Kid - You're Killin Me, Smalls [bLp]
1:36 AM Automatic Machine - Bleeding [rvl]
1:40 AM Kill The Clock - Looking Not Seeing [bKl]
1:44 AM Electric Watermelon - Paycheck [tCm]
1:48 AM Hokan & Friends of the Sun - Wild we are [bKc]
1:51 AM Katie Ann - Garden Grows [bB0]
1:54 AM Austin Nova - Looking [Explicit] [rvj]
2:00 AM A Failed Apology - Say It, I Love You [bJk]
2:03 AM Voices - touch and go [bLz]
2:06 AM Radio 9 US - Without You [KgI]
2:10 AM Shattered Glass - Voodoo Doll [bsr]
2:10 AM All WNY Radio - Music Submission Promo [f1P]
2:13 AM HolKampany - Knew That You Would [bKf]
2:17 AM Barbarossa - I Will Abide [bJy]
2:22 AM Curiosity's End - Perfect Dream [bB3]
2:26 AM UNDEFEATED - Are You Ready [Kti]
2:30 AM Skyline Theory - mistakes mp3 [bKV]
2:33 AM Outlive - Shower Song [bKr]
2:36 AM All WNY Radio - All WNY Radio Station ID [f1I]
2:37 AM California Cousins - Your Backyard [bJD]
2:39 AM MdotCoop - Once Were [Ktn]
2:44 AM Curiosity's End - Show Your Cares [bwG]
2:49 AM Jim Burke - How You Feel [zXs]
2:53 AM The Daydream Chronicles - Patterns (Revisited) [bLb]
2:56 AM Forever The Athlete - Intro [bK1]
2:57 AM Kalii Palmer - Try [G5L]
3:01 AM The Beggar's Best - Invisible Complete [bx4]
3:05 AM Hokan & Friends of the Sun - Been Busy Dying - 01 Track 1 [bKb]
3:09 AM Jolee - Stranger/Lover/Stranger [Cue]
3:11 AM Hania Yiska - Battleship [tcv]
3:15 AM Tom Stahl & The Dangerfields - God Of Hats [bwC]
3:19 AM Amputecht - What's Seen Through the Eyes of the Dead [bJv]
3:22 AM Jaali Cypher - Omnipresence [xuE]
3:26 AM PJDM - Life On The Highway [rve]
3:26 AM All WNY Radio - All WNY Radio Station ID [f1I]
3:29 AM Eric Burt - Segue [bwQ]
3:32 AM Darling Harbor - The Answers [by3]
3:36 AM Wave The Flag - Orange Slice [YMr]
3:40 AM Reverie - No Gods [bKL]
3:42 AM Amputecht - R.E.M. [bJu]
3:47 AM Wacko Fest - High Tide [tJm]
3:50 AM Eric Burt - Beggers and Choosers [bzs]
3:53 AM Alleys - Dusty Sings The Blues [bJr]
3:54 AM Diceros - Detonate [bJP]
3:58 AM Faith And Fiction - Paper Straws And Ghosts [bza]
4:01 AM Ally Marella - Take Me With You [G5K]
4:05 AM Jim Burke - AWAY [zXt]
4:08 AM Garda - One of Us [bKa]
4:13 AM All WNY Radio - All WNY News Promo [LdQ]
4:14 AM Ironsoul - Survive [JBl]
4:17 AM The Last Reign - Renovatio [wEl]
4:22 AM Faith And Fiction - You Stole My Sweater [bwO]
4:25 AM Exham Priory - Suck [trf]
4:29 AM Fiasco Jones - Blame It On The Rain [bJW]
4:33 AM Standard Issue Citizen - Superhero [bKY]
4:37 AM All WNY Radio - All WNY Radio Station ID [f1I]
4:38 AM Darling Harbor - House Of Brass [bwD]
4:40 AM Curiosity's End - Out At Sea [bxc]
4:46 AM Yesterday Vs. Tomorrow (YV2) - Steampunk Hero [bLU]
4:50 AM PJDM - All About Soul [rvf]
4:55 AM Twin Lions - Smoke Chamber [bsn]
4:59 AM Casey Bolles - Inside Voices [bJI]
5:01 AM The Beggar's Best - Uncle Sam [bAJ]
5:04 AM Yesterday Vs. Tomorrow (YV2) - Mark Rothko [bLO]
5:10 AM Twin Lions - Feelin' [bwA]
5:14 AM Eric Burt - Go! [bB4]
5:17 AM Ace Boogie - Jack Boyz Anthem [rvk]
5:20 AM Curiosity's End - Wasted Call To Heart [bAL]
5:25 AM Vertigo Freeway - Corruption Of Peace (C.O.P) [FwI]
5:26 AM Reverie - Wolves [bKI]
5:28 AM Inherent Vice - Replica of a Replica [JF2]
5:32 AM Katie Ann - My Declaration [bBq]
5:34 AM Casey Bolles - Potential [bJG]
5:36 AM Tom Stahl & The Dangerfields - You Are Not Alone [bAM]
5:40 AM Rob Falgiano - Unconditional Love [bBa]
5:43 AM Darling Harbor - Witch Hunts [bJO]
5:47 AM Embalmed - Outro Wasteland Of Ice [v9N]
5:51 AM Darrell J Carr - Descent [Df0]
5:54 AM No Promises, No Regrets - Glass House [bKo]
5:57 AM Jim Crean - Insatiable [Jp4]
6:01 AM Diggin' Roots Band - Memphis Town [tqL]
6:04 AM Yesterday Vs. Tomorrow (YV2) - Renaissance Man (home demo) [bLQ]
6:09 AM Inherent Vice - End of Me [G0L]
6:12 AM Improbable Cause - Crash [bKj]
6:15 AM Parade Chic - Ten Years' Time [bKy]
6:20 AM Wacko Fest - Leave Me Down [tJn]
6:23 AM California Cousins - Benedict Drive [bJE]
6:25 AM Garda - Knives [bK9]
6:29 AM The Devil In Love - Cooledge R1 [tqJ]
6:34 AM Mike Zogaria - When It Rains It Pours [HRO]
6:38 AM Planet Three - Aces Flying [bKE]
6:41 AM Hexamatastrophe - Jazz Intro [bKk]
6:41 AM All WNY Radio - New Music Promo [LdP]
6:44 AM Barbarossa - If Everything Means Nothing, Let Go [bJz]
6:49 AM Alleys - Overdose [bJs]
6:52 AM A Will Away / Head North - In The Water [bJm]
6:56 AM Rescue Dawn - Cardinals [bKG]
7:01 AM Ellsworth - Lisa [bJS]
7:03 AM Worse Than Yesterday - Only Girl [bLF]
7:06 AM Darling Harbor - Sons And Daughters [bAy]
7:09 AM Monkey Brothaz - Ablaze [tcC]
7:14 AM Thundercloud Kid - Questions and Answers With Childhood Heroes [bLr]
7:17 AM Amputecht - Somniphobia [bJt]
7:23 AM Conscious - The Come Up [v9A]
7:25 AM Ad Astra - Pretty Pictures [bJo]
7:30 AM Mark Lee - Rise Up [tcy]
7:32 AM Standard Issue Citizen - Drone [bL0]
7:36 AM Sacklunch - Perfect [bKR]
7:41 AM Jaynie Crash and the Tall Men - The Work Song [JFt]
7:44 AM Worse Than Yesterday - Close To The End [bLJ]
7:47 AM Mark Lee - Heavens and Hell [tcA]
7:50 AM Figurehead - a song about the sea, a song about sex, a song about using both to drown yourself [bJY]
7:56 AM Radio 9 US - It Ain't Easy [YMo]
8:00 AM Brother Keep - Good or Bad [bJB]
8:05 AM Circus Grenade - Outer Space Playground [bJL]
8:06 AM Tom Stahl & The Dangerfields - Bamboozled [bzR]
8:10 AM Uncle Ben's Remedy - Fire In The Field [tBW]
8:12 AM Jaali Cypher - Daydreams [xuI]
8:17 AM Outlive - This Doesn't Make Me Any Better [bKp]
8:21 AM Diggin' Roots Band - Love Me Right [tqM]
8:25 AM Ed Slowinski - Counting Stars [bwY]
8:28 AM Alleys - The Seatbelt Song [bJq]
8:30 AM Hokan & Friends of the Sun - Starswell [bKd]
8:33 AM Katie Ann - Ever Be [bx3]
8:37 AM The Hovelists - Fight or Flight [wHA]
8:40 AM Standard Issue Citizen - Superhero - (Moonlit Mix by Blind With Rain) [bL6]
8:45 AM Ellsworth - Mutuality [bJT]
8:49 AM Ellsworth - Wait For It [bJU]
8:49 AM All WNY Radio - New Music Promo [LdP]
8:52 AM Mark Lee - Black Boy [tcz]
8:55 AM Letterbox - Back 2 You [bwV]
9:00 AM Outlive - Shower Song [bKr]
9:03 AM Darling Harbor - Spare No Quarter [bJN]
9:07 AM Hania Yiska - Play It Again [tcx]
9:09 AM Fiasco Jones - People These Days [bJX]
9:13 AM Letterbox - Dizzy [bse]
9:17 AM Mike Zogaria - Buffalo Winter [Fxa]
9:21 AM Katie Ann - Garden Grows [bB0]
9:24 AM Doc Osc, Mad Hugs, Tha Clurk, True Vintage - Silent Warrior [tqK]
9:27 AM HolKampany - Little Mama [bKg]
9:31 AM Faith And Fiction - When PlanB Doesn't Work [bya]
9:34 AM Katie Ann - Good 4 [bBt]
9:38 AM The Daydream Chronicles - These Are The Days [bLg]
9:42 AM MAAPS - What Life Could Be [Df1]
9:45 AM Jim Burke - Hit my iPhone [zXu]
9:45 AM Avius Me - Monster Inside Me [bJw]
9:49 AM The Devil In Love - An Attempt At An Illustration [bLk]
9:55 AM UNDEFEATED - Are You Ready [Kti]
9:59 AM Wave The Flag - Orange Slice [YMr]
10:03 AM Diceros - Misery [bJQ]
10:03 AM All WNY Radio - All WNY Radio Station ID [f1I]
10:06 AM Sacklunch - Good Times [bKU]
10:09 AM Improbable Cause - Unhealthy [bKi]
10:12 AM A Will Away / Head North - Poor Posture [bJn]
10:16 AM California Cousins - Your Backyard [bJD]
10:19 AM The Beggar's Best - Station [bzk]
10:22 AM Eric Burt - Segue [bwQ]
10:25 AM A Failed Apology - Say It, I Love You [bJk]
10:28 AM Chris Squier - Here's to the Losers [x8L]
10:32 AM Radio 9 US - You Can't Hide From Your Disguise [YMp]
10:36 AM The Daydream Chronicles - At It Again [bL9]
10:40 AM Sudden Urge - And Now (A Love Song) [x7t]
10:45 AM Voices - six [bLB]
10:49 AM The Lime Line - What's Left? [bLi]
10:54 AM Faith And Fiction - Paper Straws And Ghosts [bza]
10:58 AM The Last Reign - Renovatio [wEl]
11:02 AM HolKampany - Motivacation [bKe]
11:07 AM Sudden Urge - No Goodbye [x7r]
11:10 AM Reverie - Impasse [bKJ]
11:11 AM MdotCoop - Once Were [Ktn]
11:16 AM Diceros - Hopeless [bJR]
11:21 AM Curiosity's End - Nights [bAT]
11:24 AM A&L - Cliche [FTQ]
11:27 AM Sudden Urge - He Walks The Wire (Tribute to Nik Wallenda) [x7s]
11:30 AM October Wolf - Burn The River [zXw]
11:34 AM PJDM - All About Soul [rvf]
11:38 AM Kill The Clock - Looking Not Seeing [bKl]
11:42 AM Planet Three - Cells [bKC]
11:45 AM Curiosity's End - Out At Sea [bxc]
11:50 AM Thundercloud Kid - This Whole Scene Is a Ghost Town [bLt]
11:54 AM Ally Marella - Take Me With You [G5K]
11:57 AM Curiosity's End - Make Everything Right [byM]
12:03 PM Jim Burke - How You Feel [zXs]
12:07 PM Embalmed - The Last Days End [v9M]
12:11 PM Darling Harbor - Ladies & Gentlemen [bsj]
12:16 PM The Dirty Pennies - Blood Of Me [YMm]
12:20 PM Katie Ann - My Battles [bxX]
12:23 PM Tetelestai - Awake O Sleeper [Jwq]
12:27 PM Circus Grenade - Needle Damage [bJK]
12:31 PM Kalii Palmer - Try [G5L]
12:34 PM Jimmy Munt & Friends - Its A Monster [v9R]
12:38 PM Voices - this time last year... [bLw]
12:43 PM Reverie - No Gods [bKL]
12:45 PM Katie Ann - Follow Me [bA8]
12:49 PM Katie Ann - All Falls Down [bBw]
12:52 PM The Lady, or the Tiger? - Life is Easy (Life is Hard) - Live [v9z]
12:55 PM Festina Lente - Warmonger [tGw]
1:00 PM Garda - One of Us [bKa]
1:04 PM KingKap - Ready to Kill (Official Audio) [LdI]
1:07 PM Parade Chic - Ten Years' Time [bKy]
1:11 PM Katie Ann - Castles in the Sky [bBm]
1:14 PM Darling Harbor - Getting Better, Getting There [byi]
1:17 PM The Beggar's Best - Invisible Complete [bx4]
1:21 PM Twin Lions - Down On The Midway [bxV]
1:26 PM Jimmy Munt & Friends - Hope [v9P]
1:29 PM Austin Nova - Looking [Explicit] [rvj]
1:29 PM All WNY Radio - Music Submission Promo [f1P]
1:35 PM Faith And Fiction - You Stole My Sweater [bwO]
1:38 PM Eric Burt - Beggers and Choosers [bzs]
1:41 PM The Last Reign - Plight of the Lone Wolf [wEo]
1:45 PM Jim Crean - Insatiable [Jp4]
1:49 PM Forever The Athlete - Every Blue Cavalier [bK7]
1:52 PM Darrell J Carr - Descent [Df0]
1:55 PM Diceros - Detonate [bJP]
1:59 PM Austin Nova - It's Lit (feat. Lil Wayne) [Explicit] [rvh]
2:02 PM Inherent Vice - Atmosphere [Fzx]
2:07 PM Barbarossa - I Will Abide [bJy]
2:11 PM Tom Stahl & The Dangerfields - Bamboozled [bzR]
2:14 PM Electric Watermelon - Paycheck [tCm]
2:18 PM Wacko Fest - Mental [tJo]
2:21 PM FUTUREANGEL - Multiverse I Feat. Cynic [Blg]
2:27 PM Electric Watermelon - Come Tomorrow [tGq]
2:31 PM Worse Than Yesterday - Close To The End [bLJ]
2:34 PM Katie Ann - In House [bsg]
2:38 PM The Beggar's Best - Uncle Sam [bAJ]
2:41 PM Embalmed - Outro Wasteland Of Ice [v9N]
2:44 PM All WNY Radio - All WNY News Promo [LdQ]
2:45 PM Barbarossa - An Opening [bJx]
2:48 PM Curiosity's End - Sow The Seeds [bsp]
2:53 PM Hania Yiska - Pb Popsicle [tcw]
2:57 PM Thundercloud Kid - You're Killin Me, Smalls [bLp]
3:00 PM Yesterday Vs. Tomorrow (YV2) - Renaissance Man (home demo) [bLQ]
3:04 PM Inherent Vice - End of Me [G0L]
3:07 PM Voices - touch and go [bLz]
3:11 PM Brother Keep - Coyote [bJA]
3:15 PM Curiosity's End - Perfect Dream [bB3]
3:19 PM Worse Than Yesterday - Only Girl [bLF]
3:22 PM The Daydream Chronicles - Patterns (Revisited) [bLb]
3:26 PM The Beggar's Best - Promises [bxZ]
3:30 PM Ed Slowinski - Set Free [by1]
3:33 PM Twin Lions - Leaving [bx5]
3:37 PM Fiasco Jones - Blame It On The Rain [bJW]
3:41 PM Uncle Ben's Remedy - These Beds [tBX]
3:45 PM Hania Yiska - Battleship [tcv]
3:49 PM A Will Away / Head North - In The Water [bJm]
3:54 PM Irregardless - Frisky Shakedown [tJl]
3:59 PM Diggin' Roots Band - Muddy Water [v9y]
4:04 PM Inherent Vice - Replica of a Replica [JF2]
4:08 PM Brother Keep - Good or Bad [bJB]
4:08 PM All WNY Radio - New Music Promo [LdP]
4:12 PM Ed Slowinski - Counting Stars [bwY]
4:15 PM Darling Harbor - House Of Brass [bwD]
4:18 PM Amputecht - Somniphobia [bJt]
4:23 PM California Cousins - Your Backyard [bJD]
4:26 PM Forever The Athlete - Intro [bK1]
4:27 PM Outlive - Shower Song [bKr]
4:30 PM Katie Ann - Revolution [bB8]
4:34 PM No Promises, No Regrets - Glass House [bKo]
4:37 PM Darling Harbor - Spare No Quarter [bJN]
4:41 PM Wacko Fest - Leave Me Down [tJn]
4:44 PM California Cousins - Benedict Drive [bJE]
4:46 PM Hokan & Friends of the Sun - Wild we are [bKc]
4:50 PM Ellsworth - Mutuality [bJT]
4:53 PM All WNY Radio - All WNY News Promo [LdQ]
4:54 PM Doc Osc, Mad Hugs, Tha Clurk, True Vintage - Silent Warrior [tqK]
4:56 PM Yesterday Vs. Tomorrow (YV2) - Mark Rothko [bLO]
5:01 PM Ironsoul - Survive [JBl]
5:06 PM Jolee - Stranger/Lover/Stranger [Cue]
5:08 PM Panic Switch - Ladybug Legs [bKw]
5:11 PM Mike Zogaria - Buffalo Winter [Fxa]
5:15 PM Ellsworth - Lisa [bJS]
5:17 PM The Devil In Love - Cooledge R1 [tqJ]
5:23 PM Festina Lente - Don't Know [tGv]
5:28 PM Jim Burke - Hit my iPhone [zXu]
5:31 PM Mystic Ape - California Calling [FDk]
5:35 PM Katie Ann - Like Crazy [bBn]
5:39 PM Figurehead - Declaration Of Independence [bJZ]
5:44 PM Radio 9 US - It Ain't Easy [YMo]
5:49 PM Thundercloud Kid - Questions and Answers With Childhood Heroes [bLr]
5:52 PM The Corrections - Amelia And The Starfish [bAD]
5:56 PM Casey Bolles - Potential [bJG]
5:58 PM The Corrections - Should've Never Let This Happen [bAx]
6:02 PM Curiosity's End - Show Your Cares [bwG]
6:06 PM Katie Ann - Wait 4 Ever [bBz]
6:11 PM Jaynie Crash and the Tall Men - The Work Song [JFt]
6:13 PM Electric Watermelon - A Day Behind [tGp]
6:17 PM Chris Squier - One for the Dreamers [x8K]
6:20 PM Ad Astra - Pretty Pictures [bJo]
6:25 PM Curiosity's End - Out At Sea [bxc]
6:31 PM Dan Martin (featuring Mega) - Cali Dreaming [x8J]
6:34 PM Sacklunch - Downpour - 01 Track 1 [bKP]
6:37 PM Sacklunch - Perfect [bKR]
6:42 PM Garda - Con-Ed [bK8]
6:46 PM Diceros - Hopeless [bJR]
6:50 PM Ellsworth - Wait For It [bJU]
6:53 PM Alleys - The Seatbelt Song [bJq]
6:55 PM The Hovelists - My Dear [tGt]
7:01 PM Monkey Brothaz - Galaxy Wide [rPd]
7:05 PM Festina Lente - Online [bs8]
7:10 PM Fiasco Jones - Changing Tides [bJV]
7:14 PM Jim Burke - How You Feel [zXs]
7:18 PM Katie Ann - My Battles [bxX]
7:21 PM Yesterday Vs. Tomorrow (YV2) - Steampunk Hero [bLU]
7:26 PM The Dirty Pennies - Blood Of Me [YMm]
7:30 PM Rescue Dawn - Cardinals [bKG]
7:34 PM Hokan & Friends of the Sun - Been Busy Dying - 01 Track 1 [bKb]
7:38 PM Lily Among Thorns - Watchman [bKm]
7:38 PM All WNY Radio - Music Submission Promo [f1P]
7:41 PM Eric Burt - Segue [bwQ]
7:44 PM Brother Keep - Faux Blue [bJC]
7:49 PM The Beggar's Best - Battleship Grey [bwu]
7:52 PM Jimmy Munt & Friends - Its A Monster [v9R]
7:56 PM Austin Nova - Looking [Explicit] [rvj]
8:02 PM Wave The Flag - Orange Slice [YMr]
8:05 PM All WNY Radio - Music Submission Promo [f1P]
8:06 PM Alleys - Overdose [bJs]
8:08 PM Lost Like Lions - Therapy (Test Mix) [bLn]
8:12 PM Hokan & Friends of the Sun - Starswell [bKd]
8:15 PM Katie Ann - All Falls Down [bBw]
8:18 PM The Devil In Love - An Attempt At An Illustration [bLk]
8:24 PM Diceros - Detonate [bJP]
8:28 PM Vertigo Freeway - Corruption Of Peace (C.O.P) [FwI]
8:29 PM Kalii Palmer - Try [G5L]
8:33 PM Outlive - Reverse Osmosis [bKq]
8:38 PM HolKampany - Motivacation [bKe]
8:42 PM Festina Lente - Warmonger [tGw]
8:47 PM Austin Nova - It's Lit (feat. Lil Wayne) [Explicit] [rvh]
8:50 PM Curiosity's End - Make Everything Right [byM]
8:57 PM A Will Away / Head North - Poor Posture [bJn]
9:00 PM A Failed Apology - KYHU [bJl]
9:03 PM Cruizin Deuces - Cruzin Deuces - Two Songs at BotR - 063006.mp3 [MmN]
9:15 PM Cruizin Deuces - Cruzin Deuces - More BotR - 063006.mp3 [MmM]
9:37 PM No Effect - No Effect - CD Release Party - 070906.mp3 [MmO]
10:30 PM Derek Higgins - A Buffalo Christmas [CPx]
10:34 PM Wave The Flag - The Gift [YMs]
10:37 PM Steve Mineo - Believe in Christmas [Cui]
10:40 PM Alex Dunn - We Three Kings [CPw]
10:43 PM Ansolo - Sugar (Come Home for Christmas) [DSe]
10:47 PM Steve Mineo - This Christmas [Cuk]
10:51 PM Denim Playground - Ugly Sweaters [Fmj]
10:55 PM Magictonez - X-mas maximus -W [Cuj]
10:56 PM Stahl, Mary - I'd Like You For Christmas [CPy]
10:59 PM Stahl, Mary - 'Zat You Santa Claus [CPA]
11:01 PM Stahl, Mary - Snowfall [CPz]
11:05 PM Steve Balesteri - It's Christmas [DeZ]
11:09 PM All WNY Radio - Music Submission Promo [f1P]
11:10 PM Voices - six [bLB]
11:14 PM Sudden Urge - And Now (A Love Song) [x7t]
11:19 PM Barbarossa - I Will Abide [bJy]
11:24 PM Circus Grenade - Outer Space Playground [bJL]
11:26 PM No Promises, No Regrets - Glass House [bKo]
11:29 PM Inherent Vice - Replica of a Replica [JF2]
11:33 PM Jaali Cypher - Omnipresence [xuE]
11:36 PM Standard Issue Citizen - Drone [bL0]
11:36 PM All WNY Radio - Music Submission Promo [f1P]
11:40 PM Curiosity's End - Wasted Call To Heart [bAL]
11:44 PM Letterbox - Back 2 You [bwV]
11:49 PM Austin Nova - On My Own [rvi]
11:53 PM Thatcher Edwards ft. Mark Lee - M&M's [G9N]
11:57 PM FUTUREANGEL - Multiverse I Feat. Cynic [Blg]

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Saturday, December 16, 2017

Randolph woman charged with multiple crimes against children

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RANDOLPH -- A 35-year-old Randolph woman was charged Friday with five counts of first-degree unlawful dealing with a child, three counts of endangering the welfare of a child and one count of second-degree obstructing governmental administration. 

According to New York State Police, Troopers received information that illegal activity was occurring at a residence in Randolph. Investigation revealed that Amber Redeye had been providing a location for minors to congregate to consume drugs and alcohol. After being arrested, Redeye was processed at SP Jamestown, arraigned in the town of Randolph Court and remanded to the Cattaraugus County Jail. 

Late rally falls short as Canisus falls to Albany

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CANISIUS COLLEGE ATHLETICS



ALBANY, N.Y – Canisius sophomore Isaiah Reesescored 19 points and senior Jermaine Crumptonadded 16 points and nine rebounds, but it was not enough for the Golden Griffins, as the team fell to host Albany 68-65 Saturday night at SEFCU Arena in Albany, N.Y. The win moves the Great Danes to 11-2 on the season, while the Griffs, who have now dropped three straight, fell to 4-7 overall.
 
Canisius trailed 68-65 with 3.4 seconds left to play after Albany fouled the Griffs just over the midcourt stripe. With no timeouts, Canisius was able to get a decent look from 3-point land from the far corner, but Reese's 3-point attempts banged off the side-iron of the hoop as the final horn sounded. The Griffs ended the game by shooting 45.9 percent from the field, but the team went just 6-for-22 (27.3 percent) from behind the 3-point line.
 
The Great Danes led by nine at 66-57 with 37 seconds left to play, but Canisius kept battling, and trimmed the Albany lead to just four at 66-62 thanks to a trey by Reese, followed by a steal and a lay-up from sophomore Malik Johnson with 25 seconds left on the clock. After Albany's Joe Cremo made one-of-two free-throws, Canisius came down and scored another 3-ball, as Reese knocked one down from the top of the key with five seconds left off an assist by junior Jonathan Sanks. Canisius fouled Albany guard David Nichols on the ensuing in-bounds play, and he made just one of two charity tosses with 4.5 seconds left to give the home team the 68-65 margin.
 
Albany elected to foul the Griffs as the Blue and Gold raced across midcourt, setting up the last-second in-bounds play for Canisius. Johnson was able to find Reese in the far corner, but the Miami, Fla., native's chance to tie hit the side of the bucket as the horn sounded, allowing Albany to remain undefeated at home this year.
 
Canisius led by as many as 10 midway through the first half, but the Great Danes battled back and trimmed the Griffs' lead to 35-34 at the halftime break. Albany took the lead for good with 11:55 left to play on a traditional three-point play by forward Travis Charles. He finished the night with a game-high 24 points in the win for Albany, while Cremo added 16 points, five assists and four rebounds to the winning cause.
 
Reese added six assists, five rebounds and two steals to his final stats in the loss for Canisius, while Crumpton matched a season-high with his nine boards. Freshman Takal Molson had nine points for the Griffs and Johnson chipped in eight points and five assists for the Blue and Gold, which ended the night with 19 assists on 28 made field goals.
 
Head Coach Reggie Witherspoon's Postgame Comments
"We knew coming into tonight that we were in store for a good battle. This was certainly a hard-fought game. When you have a young team like we do, and you play a big, veteran team like [Albany], you have to be prepared to be locked in for 40 minutes. I thought in the first half, we showed some signs of mental fatigue late, and they took advantage. In the second half, we got in a stretch where we needed to convert and make some baskets. We had some good looks, we just couldn't get any to fall, and that allowed them to get too far away from us."
 
Game Notes
• Saturday's game was the fourth meeting between these two programs, and the series is now tied at 2-2. The home team has won all four games in this series.
• The Griffs fell to 0-2 this season in games decided by five points or less.
• Canisius was charged with a season-low 10 turnovers in the loss.
• Reese hit three 3-point field goals Saturday night, the ninth time this season he's hit multiple 3-point field goals in a game.
• Crumpton has recorded double-figures in the scoring column 61 times in his career. Saturday marked the 99th career game in a Canisius uniform for the Niagara Falls, N.Y., native.
• The game featured five ties and six lead changes.
 
Up Next
Canisius will close out the home portion of the 2017-18 non-conference slate on Tuesday, Dec. 19, when the Golden Griffins play host to Elon. Game time in the Koessler Athletic Center is set for 7 p.m. The game will be broadcast live on ESPN3, with the radio call available on Buffalo's WECK 1230-AM and 102.9-FM, GoGriffs.com and the TUNEIN app.

Men’s Basketball defeats Hampden-Sydney, 95-86

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BUFFALO STATE ATHLETICS




HAMPDEN-SYDNEY, Va.—Five Bengals scored in double-figures as visiting Buffalo State grabbed a 95-86 victory over host Hampden-Sydney today in the opening day of the Lucky Stone Holiday Classic.
 
THE BASICS
FINAL SCORE:  Buffalo State – 95, Hampden-Sydney - 86
LOCATION: Fleet Gymnasium – Hampden-Sydney, Va.
RECORDS: Buffalo State (5-4), Hampden-Sydney (3-5)
 
HOW IT HAPPENED

  • Bryan Harrell (Rochester/Early College) and Sheldon Adams (Rochester/Bishop Kearney) led Buffalo State with 20 points apiece.
  • Sir.Quintin Campbell (Tonawanda/Kenmore West) added 17 points and 13 rebounds.
  • Malik Turner (New York/NIA Prep) poured in 18 points to go with five assists, and Mike Henry(Syracuse/West Genesee) added 14 points.
  • Buffalo State scored the first eight points of the game, but the host Tigers responded and took a 21-14 lead.
  • The Bengals battled back and evened the score at 41-41 at the intermission.
  • The lead changed back-and-forth in the second half.  Turner hit a 3-pointer with 35 seconds remaining to push a four-point edge to a seven-point lead and the Bengals closed out the win with their biggest lead of the game at nine points.
  • Buffalo State had a 48-36 scoring advantage in the paint and outrebounded the Tigers 44-36.
  • The Bengals outscored the Tigers 19-9 at the charity stripe, while Hampden-Sydney held a 39-24 advantage in scoring from beyond the arc.
 
FOR THE FOES

  • Kevin Quinn hit six 3-pointers and led the Tigers in scoring with 29 points.
 
NOTEWORTHY

  • Henry has 980 career points, putting him 20 points shy of becoming Buffalo State's 24th 1,000-point scorer.
 
UP NEXT
Buffalo State face Bridgewater in tomorrow's championship game at noon.





Scott’s last second 3-pointer caps NU rally at Norfolk State

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NIAGARA UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS


NORFOLK, Va. – Matt Scott's last second 3-pointer capped a frantic second half rally as the Purple Eagles defeated the Norfolk State Spartans, 85-82, on Saturday.

Scott's game-winning 3-pointer was the final piece of the puzzle to Niagara's comeback win. The Purple Eagles trailed 65-47 with 13:40 remaining when they went on a 16-0 run in a five-minute span; Marvin Prochet paced the run with nine points.

A pair of Scott free throws gave Niagara its first lead of the game, 76-74, with 3:33 left. NSU answered with consecutive 3-pointers to take an 80-76 lead with 1:56 remaining. Niagara's final three baskets were 3-pointers as the Purple Eagles finished the game on a 9-2 run. Kevin Larkin started the run with a 3-pointer to cut the lead to 80-79. After a Spartans basket made it 82-79, Kahlil Dukes responded with a 3-pointer on NU's next possession to tie the game at 82-82 with 48 seconds left.

A defensive stand by the Purple Eagles forced a turnover on the Spartans' next possession, which set up the game winning opportunity for Niagara with five seconds left. After a timeout, Dukes inbounded the ball to Prochet, who immediately gave it back to Dukes who then sprinted up the court to find Scott on the left wing. Scott's rainbow 3-pointer, his 20th point of the game, hit nothing but net with 0.5 seconds on the clock. NSU missed its desperation heave as time expired.

The Spartans raced to a 9-0 start to the game, which prompted an entire new lineup on the court for the Purple Eagles. The lineup of James Towns, Chris Barton, Kevin Larkin, Greg Kuakumensah, and Greg King played the next eight minutes. 

Scott connected on consecutive 3-pointers, his first two shots after reentering the game, to cut the lead to 29-24 with 7:08 remaining the first half. However, the Spartans reeled off seven straight points for a 36-24 lead with six minutes left in the half. After the Purple Eagles used an 8-0 run to trim the deficit to 40-37 with 2:40 remaining, Norfolk State closed the half on an 11-3 run for a 51-40 halftime lead.

Turnovers plague Canisius women’s basketball in defeat to Morehead State

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CANISIUS COLLEGE ATHLETICS


Canisius women's basketball turned the ball over a season-high 31 times, leading to 36 Morehead State points, as the Golden Griffins fell to the Eagles, 76-52 at the Koessler Athletic Center. With the loss Canisius dropped to 2-7, while Morehead State improved to 8-3.

Despite a closely contested first quarter, the second frame proved to once again be a difference-maker, as the Eagles stormed out to a 21-9 advantage in the frame, staking claim to a 41-23 advantage, a lead the Blue and Gold never recovered from.

Sara Hinriksdotter led all scorers in the game, as she tallied 17 points, and shot 7-of-12 from the field. She added three rebounds and one assist in the losing effort. Offense was once again at a premium for Canisius, with no other player posting double-digits.

Margret Halfdanardottir came close, as she shot .500 from the floor, (4-of-8) and totaled nine points, six rebounds and two assists.

The Eagles had four players reach double-digit point totals, with Erin Blaine's effort leading the charge. Blaine registered 16 points, and added eight rebounds. Miranda Crockett (14 points), Darianne Seward (11 points), and Tierra McGowan (10 points), rounded out the double-figure scorers.

The Eagles shot 44.1 percent from the floor and narrowly edged the Griffs on the glass, outrebounding Canisius, 38-37, however the turnovers proved to be the difference. Morehead State turned it over just 17 times as compared to Canisius' 31.

The Blue and Gold rebounded from shooting just 21 percent (3-of-14) in the second quarter to finish the game with a 37 percent field goal mark, but shot just 29.4 from beyond the arc.


Bulls cruise to 86-70 win over Robert Morris

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UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO ATHLETICS


BUFFALO -- Six Bulls scored in double-figures, led by 23 from CJ Massinburg, as the University at Buffalo men's basketball team made easy work of Robert Morris, 86-70, at Alumni Arena on Saturday afternoon. It was the Bulls' third straight win.

Massinburg's 23 points came on 6-of-8 shooting and 3-of-4 from beyond the arc. The junior guard added 10 rebounds and four assists. It was Massinburg's sixth 20-point performance of the season.

Ikenna Smart returned to the lineup for the first time this season and was an instant spark for the Bulls. The junior forward scored 10 of his career-high 12 points in the first half and was a perfect 6-for-6 from the field in the game.

Davonta Jordan stuffed the stat sheet with 13 points, five rebounds, seven assists and a career-high five steals. Jeremy Harris finished with 14 points, nine rebounds and four assists.

Rounding out UB's double-digit scorers were freshmen James Reese and Jayvon Graves who each tallied 10 points.

Leading, 29-24, with 3:59 left in the first half, the Bulls closed the half on a 17-6 scoring run to take a 46-30 lead at the break. Buffalo extended its lead to as many as 26 in the second half and never looked back.

Defensively, the Bulls held the Colonials to just 2-of-18 from beyond the arc with both three-pointers coming in the game's final minutes. Buffalo outrebounded Robert Morris, 42-32.

"We really wanted to sure up our three-point percentage defense and our rebounding and we did that today," head coach Nate Oats said. "It was great to get Ikenna back. I thought he played with unbelievable effort and had energy on the glass. C.J. has been consistent for us and had another double-double."

Buffalo improved to 7-3 with the win and will start a two-game road trip on Tuesday at Syracuse followed by a Thursday matchup at ninth-ranked Texas A&M.

Bills sign former CB Breon Borders

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The Buffalo Bills signed CB Breon Borders today off the Oakland practice squad Saturday, filling the vacant roster spot left behind when OT Cordy Glenn was placed on injured reserve Friday.

Borders, 22, signed with the Raiders as an undrafted rookie this past May. He did not make the 53-man roster and was subsequently signed to the Oakland practice squad, where he’s been all season.

A three-year starter at Duke, Borders (6-0, 180) has a nose for the ball as evidenced by his 12 career interceptions. He also had 26 pass breakups and allowed a completion percentage against of just 38 percent in his final two seasons with the Blue Devils.

Borders has good length and is seen as a good fit for a zone-based scheme like that of Buffalo. Having just signed with the club, he’s not expected to dress for Sunday’s game against Miami.

Coca-Cola Field's gift shop offers holiday hours

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BUFFALO -- The Holidays are coming quick.

If you don't have your shopping done, there's still time to give the gift of baseball.

The Batter's Box Gift Shop will be open from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. this Monday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Bills/Dolphins game to air on CBS

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ORCHARD PARK -- The Buffalo Bills game Sunday against the Miami Dolphins will be broadcast on CBS stations locally: WIVB in Buffalo, WROC in Rochester and WTVH-TV in Syracuse.

Beth Mowins will provide play-by-play, while Jay Feely will offer color commentary.

John Murphy's play calls can be heard on radio: WGR550 (550AM) in Bufflao; WCMF (96.5) and WROC (950AM) in Rochester. Mark Kelso will provide color, while Sal Capaccio will report from the sideline.

For those not near a TV or radio, you can follow along via the Bills' social media networks: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat. All WNY News will also live-tweet at @AllWNYNews.

Kickoff against the New York Jets is set for 1 p.m.

Schneiderman leads coalition in challenge to clean water protection delay

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NEW YORK – Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman, leading a coalition of 11 Attorneys General, challenged the legality of a Trump Administration proposed two-year suspension of the "Clean Water Rule," a federal regulation that defines "waters of the United States" under federal law. In comments addressed to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE), the coalition charges that the proposed suspension of the Clean Water Rule – which is designed to ensure the nation's lakes, rivers, streams, and wetlands receive proper protection under the federal Clean Water Act – would violate federal law in multiple respects.

Click here to read the comments. Joining Attorney General Schneiderman in the comments are the Attorneys General of California, Hawaii, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington, and the District of Columbia.

"Clean water is a basic right – fundamental to New Yorkers' health, environment, and economy," Attorney General Schneiderman said. "The Trump administration's proposed suspension of the Clean Water Rule is clearly illegal, and would jeopardize the clean, healthy water on which New Yorkers rely. Attorneys General will fight back against this reckless 'dirty water' proposal, and the Trump administration's continued assault on our nation's core public health and environmental protections."

A lake, river, stream, wetland, or any other kind of surface water is afforded protection under the Clean Water Act only if it is a "water of the United States." Supreme Court decisions in 2001 and 2006, and ambiguity in regulations dating back to 1980, led to substantial uncertainty as to whether some waters – particularly, small, seasonal, or rain-dependent streams, wetlands, and tributaries – are considered waters of the United States. As a result, roughly 20,000,000 wetland acres and 2,000,000 miles of streams in the Continental United States were lost, or were placed in jeopardy of losing, their protections under the Clean Water Act. These at-risk streams help provide drinking water to 117 million Americans – including 56 percent of New Yorkers.

The uncertain protection of waters put at risk 60 percent of our nation's streams – and at least 55 percent of New York's stream miles – and millions of acres of wetlands nationwide of federal protection.  This left these waters – and the downstream waters with which they connect – vulnerable to increased flooding, pollution, damage to hunting and fishing habitat, and fouling of the drinking water supplies.

The 2015 Clean Water Rule, which the Trump Administration wants to suspend, clarified what types of waters are covered by the Clean Water Act, thereby securing their protection. The Rule was based on over 1,200 peer-reviewed scientific studies that demonstrated how many waters are connected by networks of tributaries, intermittent streams, and wetlands. Because of this "interconnectivity," physical, chemical, and biological pollution from wetlands and relatively small or infrequently-flowing upland streams often impact larger downstream waters, such as rivers, lakes, estuaries, and oceans. All of the lower 48 states have waters that are downstream of other states; New York, for example, is downstream of 13 states. As such, New York and other states are recipients of water pollution generated not only within their borders, but also from upstream sources outside their borders over which they lack jurisdiction.


On November 22, 2017, the EPA and ACOE proposed to suspend applicability of the Clean Water Rule for two years and reinstate the old and inadequate regulations – dating back to at least 1980 – that had been in place prior to the Clean Water Rule. It was these nearly 40-year-old rules, whose dated science and lack of clarity as to which waters are "waters of the United States," that had led to years of confusing and inconsistent interpretations by agencies and federal courts. If the suspension rule is finalized, the outdated 1980 regulations would replace the Clean Water Rule.

In their comments, the coalition of Attorneys General state that EPA and ACOE are in "wholesale breach of foundational administrative law principles" and that the suspension rule is "in blatant violation" of federal law requirements, and is otherwise arbitrary, capricious, and exceeds the agencies' legal authority. The coalition charges that, among other things, the agencies have:
  • Failed to provide a meaningful opportunity for public comment on the substance of the suspension rule – allowing only a 21-day comment period during the Thanksgiving/Christmas holiday season, and specifically rejecting any comments on the content, basis, or impact of the reinstated four-decade-old regulations – demonstrating that the agencies "lack the required flexible and open-minded attitude" necessary for a proper rulemaking;   
  • Failed to consider important aspects of defining "waters of the United States," including the "well-known ambiguities and inconsistencies that result from applying the 1980 regulations, and the further complications arising from Supreme Court and federal case law interpreting 'water of the United States'," and
  • Disregarded the voluminous scientific basis and factual findings supporting the Clean Water Rule, including that the 1980 regulations do not specifically address the interconnectivity of waters and thereby leave many floodplains, wetlands, and tributaries without certain protection under the Clean Water Act. 
Further, the coalition notes that while EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt had pledged to recuse himself from the litigation he brought as Oklahoma Attorney General to repeal the Clean Water Rule, he has refused to recuse himself from this rulemaking involving the very same issues. Since becoming EPA Administrator, Pruitt has appeared in promotional videos for private organizations that have brought suit challenging the Clean Water Rule, and in those ads has clearly misstated the rule's provisions. The coalition charges that Administrator Mr. Pruitt's involvement in this rulemaking is "illegal" and "renders a final rule invalid due to his refusal to follow ethics review procedures [under federal law] in light of his lack of impartiality, and because the clear and convincing evidence demonstrates his closed mind on the matter in violation of due process."

On September 27th, Attorney General Schneiderman, joined by the Attorneys General of California, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Oregon, Vermont, Washington, and the District of Columbia, challenged the legality of a Trump Administration's previous proposal to outright repeal the Clean Water Rule. The coalition charged that the proposal was "arbitrary and capricious and not in accordance with law." They also charged that EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's involvement in the effort, after suing to negate the Clean Water Rule as Oklahoma Attorney General, was "illegal" and would render any repeal invalid. Click here to read these comments.

This matter is being handled for the Attorney General's Environmental Protection Bureau by Assistant Attorneys General Philip Bein and Timothy Hoffman, Environmental Scientist Jennifer Nalbone, and Policy Analyst Jeremy Magliaro, under the supervision of Bureau Chief Lemuel M. Srolovic. The Enivronmental Protection Bureau is part of the Division of Social Justice, which is led by Executive Deputy Attorney General of Social Justice Alvin Bragg.

Edwin L. James -- Dec. 13, 2017

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Wake, Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church, 226 Cedar Street, Buffalo, NY on Monday, December 18th from 10:30-11:30 am, funeral to follow at 11:30. Mt. Calvary Cemetery.




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