Two Buffalo couples to be honored with Gaudete Medals from St. Bonaventure

Katie and Jake Schneider have long been active supporters of Catholic education and their community. A second-generation architect, Jake Schneider graduated from the University of Notre Dame’s School of Architecture and has practiced architecture in Western New York since 1978. Over the past 30 years his architectural company, Schneider Design Architects, PC, has focused its commissions largely on educational and religious architecture and the adaptive reuse of historic structures.

Jake Schneider: Comedy Hall of Fame is the right medicine for Buffalo

Now that Bass Pro is history, Buffalo has a new chance to get development of the inner harbor right. The idea of throwing money at a big-box retail anchor was wrong from the start, but the concept of having an attraction that could draw hundreds of thousands of visitors to our downtown is absolutely correct.

Plan needed to protect our old buildings

If you are looking for space in the new downtown AM&A's Warehouse Lofts, forget it. All 48 apartments in the revived 1886 building -- featuring brick walls, high ceilings, oak woodwork and other enticements from a bygone era -- are gone. They were gone, said developer Rocco Termini, three months ago. They were gone, indeed, before the place -- Termini's latest downtown reclamation officially opened.

Revamped museum to offer insights on Father Baker

One display shows what a room in Father Nelson H. Baker7s protectory for boys would have looked like in the late 1800s, complete with replica beds and pastoral views out the windows.

Another area explains Baker7s 1874 pilgrimage to Paris, where he developed his lifelong devotion to Our Lady of Victory.