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- Kenan Center to present exhibit of Margaret M. Martin works The Kenan Center House Gallery's exhibit "Margaret M. Martin -- A Watercolor Perspective" opens Sunday, and runs through July 12. The exhibit is being guest curated by Beth Pedersen.
- CALLERI: 'The Great Gatsby' looks at an era through a funhouse lens There have now been six attempts to film "The Great Gatsby," F. Scott Fitzgerald's quintessential American novel about a mysterious wealthy man in love with a memory.
- JENNINGS: David Bromberg back in the saddle, in town Friday After a 22-year sabbatical from performing, the mayor of the town in Delaware where folk artist David Bromberg resides told Bromberg that there used to be lots of live music performed on the street where his violin shop is located and he wished it would return.
- Marrakesh Express stops by the Riviera 0n Saturday Marrakesh Express, the world's only touring tribute to legendary supergroup Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young will be performing Saturday at the Riviera Theatre in North Tonawanda.
Tuesday's Vicki Lawrence show at the Riviera rescheduled for July
Due to emergency appendix surgery, the “Vicki Lawrence and Mama: A Two Woman Show” scheduled at the Riviera Theatre for two performances on Tuesday has been rescheduled for 2 and 8 p.m. July 25.
- Kellie Pickler among acts for Lockport Canal Concert series Final confirmation of the series' move to Chestnut Street came Thursday with announcement of the performers' lineup in the 2013 Labatt Canal Concert Series.
- It's a musical Hall of Fame weekend locally Three legendary acts from the 1960s will be in the area this weekend.
- CALLERI: Movie about artist Renoir offers alluring story and images According to the new movie "Renoir," the Impressionist master Pierre-Auguste Renoir believed that art was more important than war. When his son Jean wanted to return to the front during World War I, after recuperating from injuries at the family's house in the south of France, the elder Renoir tried to discourage him by insisting that it was always vital to create art, but that under certain circumstances, blindly obeying decisions made for the flag of a country was an act that should be challenged.
- Have a laugh this weekend -- or take in Volbeat at the Rapids There are plenty of great entertainment options over the next few days, including a two-night stand from comedian Don Rickles over the border at the Fallsview Casino, country singer Steve Earle and former Journey frontman Steve Augeri perform at The Seneca Niagara Casino's Bear's Den, and Volbeat comes to The Rapids Theatre.
- Tribute to Mark Freeland Saturday at Nietzsche's The life of an original artist, musician and author from Kenmore will be celebrated on Saturday with a wide range of performances at Nietzsche's Bar on Allen Street in Buffalo.
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