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Arthur C. Clarke dies

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  • Thursday, March 20 2008 @ 12:45 am PDT
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Buffalo One of the brightest minds of any time has passed on. He was awe struck by the magic of life, and in his expression of this he inspired every scientist and science dreamer in a special way that hadn't existed in popular culture since the days of Jules Verne. Besides being a preeminent science fiction writer, he invented the concept of the geostationary communications satellite, the basis of all modern broadcast media, communications, and global positioning systems.


http://www.engadget.com/2008/03/18/arthur-c-clarke-inventor-of-satellite-visionary-in-technology/

Buffalo Quickie # 16 Eric Kenny, The Future To Prevent

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  • Wednesday, March 12 2008 @ 12:00 am PDT
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This wise young local poet spouts his stuff at the Buffalo Flip Williamsburg Music Center event. This is some of the only surviving footage from our show that night.

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Some awesome videos

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  • Monday, March 10 2008 @ 08:50 pm PDT
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Buffalo I found these while doing research for Pete's Basement, the comic book podcast I'm working on with Dave and some friends. Check out these guys 360 degree video, and then the awesome napoleon one, and oh yeah the bear one too:


The National Parcs - Powerline (HD version) from thenationalparcs on Vimeo.




Children of the Universe from seth welton on Vimeo.

Buffalo Quickie #15 Noah Levin, Nightmares of Reality

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  • Monday, March 03 2008 @ 10:00 pm PST
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Noah reads a poem filmed back in them days at Swift's.

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This Saturday March 1st, The Buffalo + FLIP: A Whole Night of Poetry & Music!

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  • Thursday, February 28 2008 @ 08:21 pm PST
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General News Remember to come on out this Saturday March 1st for a night of Poetry & Music!
You don't wanna miss it: this one's gonna break the windows.

The Buffalo Readings + FLIP:
A Whole Night of Poetry & Music!
Saturday March 1st, 2008
@The Williamsburg Music Center
367 Bedford Ave
& The Corner of South 5th St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
9:30pm till it's over!
$10 Admission



Featuring

FLIP
Daniel Carter: reeds, brass and woodwinds;
Demian Richardson: trumpet;
Dave Harrison: keyboards;
M. Griffith Penalver: drums;
Susan Kramer: vocals.

Buffalo Readings
King Otho: Poetry, Graphics, Production & Video Direction;
Noah Levin: Poetry, Harmonica & Philosophical Leanings;
David Acevedo: Poetry, Harmonica, Shakuhachi & Zen Mastering;
Kevin Callahan: Poetry & Head Chef


Take the L to Bedford Ave
or the J to Marcy Ave

http://www.wmcjazz.org

zoooooooooool

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  • Tuesday, February 26 2008 @ 12:00 am PST
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Buffalo Quickie #13 King Otho, A Little Inspirational Tune

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  • Wednesday, February 20 2008 @ 04:11 pm PST
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This week's Quickie is from the vault, check King Otho in Brooklyn back in 2003 with A Little Inspirational Tune!

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Buffalo Quickie #12 Kevin Callahan, Untitled

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  • Tuesday, February 12 2008 @ 03:38 pm PST
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Part of the same video where we last saw Callahan, here he spits out another smack down piece. Feel better Callahan!

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New Show added this Sunday!

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General News Alas, we don't have the new schedule at the Bowery Poetry Club yet, but we do have a new gig this very Sunday afternoon at the 5C Cafe! This one is gonna be a great little old school poetry reading featuring the Buffalo Poets at a great coffee shop/cultural center down on Ave C & 5th ST on NYC's Lower East Side. Susan Kramer from FLIP is hosting us at the event and don't be surprised if another member or two from FLIP comes down to play a note or few. Come on down, grab some coffee, some food and sit down to a nice Sunday afternoon of poetry, sunshine and jazz vocals.

Susan Kramer Presents the Buffalo Poets
@ 5C Cafe
Sunday February 10th, 2008
68 Avenue C
(and 5th ST)
New York, NY
4pm - 6pm
$7 Admission

Featuring:
Susan Kramer - Jazz Vocals
David Acevedo - Poetry, Harmonica & Shakuhachi
Noah Levin - Poetry & Harmonica
King Otho - Poetry & Video

+ Several Possible Special Guests!

http://www.5ccc.com

Important Open Mic Announcement + New Show Added!

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General News Hi all,

Least we find out that fans, friends and attendees were left out in the cold, we the Buffalo wanted to make sure everyone knows that we are currently rearranging our Open Mic Schedule at the Bowery Poetry Club: thus there will not be a Buffalo Open Mic this February 11th. However, all of us at the Buffalo Readings love being able to give free high quality open mics to the denizens of this city and all artistic passer-throughs and have every intention of continuing our open mic. As soon as we have our new schedule arranged, we will be sure to send notice out to all.

In the meantime, let me take this moment to invite you all to a very special night The Buffalo will be doing with FLIP in just a few weeks. Saturday, March 1st at 9:30pm you will find the Buffalo Readings + FLIP playing ALL NIGHT at the Williamsburg Music Center for just a $10 admission. And we will be going until the AM hours, so mark this one on your calendars, tell your friends and come on down for a whole night of Jazz & Poetry!


The Buffalo Readings + FLIP
A Whole Night of Poetry & Music!
@ The Williamsburg Music Center
367 Bedford Ave & The Corner of South 5th St
Brooklyn, NY 11211
9:30pm until it's over!
$10 Admission


Featuring

FLIP
Daniel Carter: reeds, brass and woodwinds;
Demian Richardson: trumpet;
Dave Harrison: keyboards;
M. Griffith Penalver: drums;
Susan Kramer: vocals.

Buffalo Readings
King Otho: Poetry, Graphics, Production & Video Direction;
Noah Levin: Poetry, Harmonica & Philosophical Leanings;
David Acevedo: Poetry, Harmonica, Shakuhachi & Zen Mastering;
Kevin Callahan: Poetry & Head Chef


Take the L to Bedford Ave
or the J to Marcy Ave

http://www.wmcjazz.org


More Details Coming Soon

Buffalo Quickie #11 Noah Levin, A True Story of My Youth featuring David Acevedo and Luke Mann

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Noah reads this fan favorite at Vox Pop, with Dave on Shakuhachi. Luke Mann joins in with tambourine towards the end.

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Buffalo Quickie #10 David Acevedo, Old Man Madness part II

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  • Monday, January 28 2008 @ 10:00 pm PST
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Dave gives an awesome performance of his classic piece at this Bowery Open Mic.

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Buffalo Quickie #9 Leslie Breeding, Emblematic

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  • Monday, January 21 2008 @ 10:00 pm PST
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Leslie came down to the Buffalo Bowery Open Mic, and was kind enough to read some of her great poetry. This is one of three she read that night.

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The Buffalo and Flip A Night of Jazz and Poetry Press Release

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  • Wednesday, January 16 2008 @ 05:32 pm PST
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Buffalo A Night of Poetry and Peoplemusic:
featuring the Buffalo Readings and FLIP
The Bowery Poetry Club
308 Bowery
between Houston & Bleecker
January 23, 2007
8PM
$5.00



A night on the sonic cutting edge with two distinct styles to combine and form something that moves the listener into a new realm of space, mind, thought and sound as poetry and music come together in the form of the Buffalo Poets and FLIP. Not just two distinct groups which can easily hold their own, but two distinct groups known for pushing the boundaries of their respective art forms joining forces to give you a greater experience in an attempt to not just to push the envelope; but to set the entire envelope on fire.


While the Buffalo read their spirit provoking poetry; renowned for its energy, mind expanding speech and occasional side-swiping humor, while FLIP play what they refer to as ?Peoplemusic? a term as non-restrictive as the group itself, not just breaking out of the traditional boundaries of Jazz, but exploring all the different myriad realms of music and everything else in-between. Through mutual admiration & finding of kindred spirits, Buffalo & FLIP unite their mind-expansion, energy, experience, music, sound, word & art into a new creation for poetry and musical enthusiasts to not only sample but to enjoy to levels not previously experienced. Seatbelts highly recommended.

Buffalo Quickie #8 Kevin Callahan, Tao Monkey

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  • Monday, January 14 2008 @ 10:00 pm PST
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The subdued mystical Kevin Callahan spouts some of his beautiful wisdom. Shot by Dave in his apartment.

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Update

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General News Hi everyone!

I updated our about and contact info, check it out if you want some Buffalo 101 and please write us with any inquiries and comments about our events and media: buffaloreadings at gmail dot com.


Buffalo and Moose,
The Fleece

Buffalo Quickie # 7 Noah Levin, Fairytale of Reality

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Noah reinvents his classic piece at the Buffalo Bowery Open Mic with Flip

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Korean Glow Kittehs!!

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  • Monday, January 07 2008 @ 06:21 pm PST
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Buffalo Every time King Otho and I bring this up every one starts bugging out like they haven't heard this about South Korean scientists making cats that glow. Glow in the dark cats

Buffalo Readings Quickie #6 a. martin, we boil here. We boil, guzzleguzzle

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  • Tuesday, January 01 2008 @ 12:00 am PST
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This open mic poet unanimously amazed us Buffalo. See her thankfully redecide to read with Flip and belt out one of her awesome pieces. Overall it was an awesome open mic, which we will be revisiting on the Quickie.

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Buffalo Quickie #5 Raphael Bueno, The Most Beautiful Word

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  • Tuesday, December 25 2007 @ 12:00 am PST
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This Week's podcast features The infamous activist and long-time Buffalo Raphael Bueno reads this excerpt from his epic work "The Infinite Poet" This video was presented at a Buffalo Readings in 3-D.

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