Archive for July, 2012
It’s tough to argue with its simplicity. Encapsulating the collective optimism of the Bills players and fans in three simple words, I present you with a photo posted earlier today by Bills WR Stevie Johnson. Yes We Chan! #Bills instagr.am/p/NwIFXGvnCe/ — Stevie Johnson (@StevieJohnson13) July 31, 2012 The shirt is available here.
After starting Trending Buffalo several months ago, we’re pleased to announce our first full-time hire — Brad Riter. In the spirit of full disclosure, we thought it would be helpful to our readers and the entrepreneurial community at large to see how it was that this local start-up monetized its assets so quickly in order […]
I can’t be the only degenerate among us who has had funds tied up in the online poker nebula since the FBI crackdown in April 2011. There’s finally news that an end is in sight. Our money is coming back! Gambling911.com has confirmed that a deal for PokerStars to acquire Full Tilt Poker has been […]
Here’s how real it is… I have a job. After a little over a year on the sidelines, a desirable full-time gig has presented itself and it’s happening right here on the web. Beginning August 1, I will no longer be an unemployed father/husband/loser. Trending Buffalo is the place I will now call home. We’ve […]
Since, in Buffalo, we tend to care about things like this… Fresh off his excellent and, dare I say, inspirational Saturday night show at UB’s Center For the Arts, comedian and podcast king Adam Carolla had some nice things to say about our fair city and the surrounding area. Hear Carolla’s Monday podcast here. (Language NSFW.) […]
Smart thing 1: “Buffalo News Comments” “(It) is the greatest thing ever, but it also gives me uncontrollable rage storms on occasion.” – “The Scizz,”July 26, 2012. Got your attention? Good. Read on. Have you ever scrolled down to the comments section after reading a story over at the Buffalo News? If you’ve done so, […]
As the country watched the 2012 London Olympics opening ceremony Friday night, a positively hilarious and somewhat sobering new twitter-meme emerged in Buffalo. It all started with this tweet. What if Buffalo had an opening ceremony? What would we have? #BuffaloOpeningCeremony — Jill (@BuffaloJill) July 28, 2012 Hundreds of replies followed… here are the 20 […]