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Explore Buffalo unveils April events schedule

Explore Buffalo unveils April events schedule

 

Explore Buffalo, a nonprofit organization providing tours and other opportunities where guests can discover Buffalo’s great architecture, history and neighborhoods, has announced an extensive lineup of spring events. 

Frank Lloyd Wright Fontana Boathouse
Join Explore Buffalo for a tour of the only boathouse designed by Frank Lloyd Wright! Originally designed by Wright in 1905 for the University of Wisconsin, the Boathouse was never built until its construction in 2007 in Buffalo along the shore of the Black Rock Channel. This was one of Wright’s favorite designs, as evidenced by his inclusion of the Boathouse in his now famous Wasmuth Portfolio.

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Education Tax Credits: Two Benefits to Help You Pay for College

 

Did you pay for college in 2014? If you did it can mean tax savings on your federal tax return. There are two education credits that can help you with the cost of higher education. The credits may reduce the amount of tax you owe on your tax return. Here are some important facts you should know about education tax credits.

American Opportunity Tax Credit:

Dog Ears Bookstore to host ‘Bread Time Stories’

Dog Ears Bookstore to host ‘Bread Time Stories’

 

Chet Fery, also known as the Bread Man, is bringing his “Bread Time Stories and More” presentation to Dog Ears Bookstore & Café from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 7. Dog Ears is located at 688 Abbott Road in Buffalo.

Fery has conducted hundreds of presentations that center on the power of kindness for audiences of all ages. His presentations include storytelling, making and baking bread, a bread tasting and a sharing of bread literature. Children will learn of the power of kindness and acquire a unique life experience!

Berardi Immigration Law’s First Quarter Border Activity

Berardi Immigration Law’s First Quarter Border Activity

 

Berardi Immigration Law has had a busy first quarter at the U.S.-Canadian border. Since early January, we have appeared on behalf of at least 40 clients on 18 separate days at the Peace Bridge. Some of these appearances were entered on behalf of other attorneys, but most represent clients whose cases our office fully drafted and prepared. A sample of some of our interesting cases include:

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Catholic Charities Appeal Week 2015 Opens with $7.43 Million Raised Toward $10.9 Million Goal

Catholic Charities Appeal Week 2015 Opens with $7.43 Million Raised  Toward $10.9 Million Goal

The Most Reverend Richard J. Malone, bishop of the Diocese of Buffalo, announced Tuesday, March 24, Catholic Charities’ 91st annual Appeal has raised $7,432,587.16 to date, representing 68 percent of the $10.9 million goal. The total includes monies collected and reported by parish volunteers during the opening weekend (March 21-22) of Appeal Week 2015, the period which marks the strongest push for parish donations.

The total reported is more than $500,000 short of where Catholic Charities’ officials and the Appeal leadership team hoped to be after the first Sunday.

Funds raised for Appeal 2015 support Catholic Charities’ 70 programs and services offered across 61 sites throughout the eight counties of Western New York, and the Bishop’s Fund for the Faith, which supports related ministries of the Diocese of Buffalo.
    

Claiming a Tax Deduction for Medical and Dental Expenses

 

Your medical expenses may save you money at tax time, but a few key rules apply. Here are some tax tips to help you determine if you can claim a tax deduction:

Benefit for teen shooting victim


BUFFALO, NY - It's been five months since someone shot and killed 17-year-old Shmerea Nailor in Buffalo's Riverside neighborhood.

While police still haven't found her killer, her family is hoping a fundraiser will help them find justice. They held a benefit in Shmerea's honor at the Crucial Center in Buffalo Saturday afternoon.

All money raised will be used as a reward for any information leading to an arrest and to start a scholarship in Shmerea's name.

The family says they will continue to hold benefits in her name for the next couple of years,