Mark Slouka speaks on November 15th.

Bestselling author Mark Slouka returns to Buffalo and Larkin Square to speak about his new memoir Nobody’s Son: A Memoir (W.W. Norton & Company; October 18, 2016) .  Mark first spoke in Larkin Square about his best selling, critically acclaimed novel, Brewster. As noted on Mark’s website: “Born in Czechoslovakia, Mark Slouka’s parents survived the Nazis … Continued

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Nancy Davidoff Kelton speaks on October 20th

Join us in welcoming Nancy Davidoff Kelton to speak at the Larkin Square Author Series on Thursday, October 20th at 5:30pm inside the Filling Station. Nancy will be speaking about her new memoir Finding Mr. Rightsein.  Nancy was born in Buffalo and has lived the majority of her adult life in New York City. Her … Continued

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Ann Hood returns to the Larkinville, October 5th, 2016

We are delighted to welcome Ann Hood back to Buffalo and Larkinville. Ann will be speaking at the Larkin Square Author Series on Wednesday October 5th from 5:30 – 6:45 pm. Ann’s new novel is called The Book that Matters Most (W.W. Norton & Co., 2016) This will be Ann’s third time speaking in Larkin … Continued

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Paul Hertneky, author of Rust Belt Boy to speak September 21st

From Pittsburgh to Buffalo, tales of growing up in a Rust Belt City have a similar thread of experience. The Larkin Square Author Series is pleased to welcome author Paul Hertneky to speak about his new book, Rust Belt Boy on Wednesday, September 21st at 5:30 pm. Paul’s book shares the experiences of one immigrant grandchild who … Continued

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2016 Local Author Celebration

Join us for the 3rd annual celebration of local authors on Thursday, September 15th, 2016 from 5pm – 7pm. More than 30 authors, along with their books, will be on the Boardwalk in Larkin Square for this special edition of the Larkin Square Author Series. Talking Leaves will have copies of their books available for … Continued

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Tom Dudzick and Holly Caster speaking on September 19th!

Buffalo and Larkinville favorite  playwright Tom Dudzick along with his wife, writer Holly Caster, return to the Larkin Square Author Series for a conversation on the Boardwalk, Monday, September 19th from 5:30pm – 6:45 pm. Holly is the author of the novel, Cape May, a moving novel, set in Manhattan and the seaside town of Cape May, New … Continued

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Animal Outfitters has opened in Larkinville!

We are delighted to share about a new business in Larkinville.  Animal Outfitters at 500 Seneca is now open! They are proud to join the  neighborhood, and  here to meet the needs of dog parents and their canine companions who both live in and work in the city of Buffalo. Locally owned and operated since 2005, … Continued

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A message from Community Beer Works & Larkin Square

A message from Community Beer Works and Larkin Square Our intention was to celebrate a band that has been so close to our hearts and a part of our lives, and to make a meaningful donation to the Sunnybrook Foundation in their honor. We know that’s why you came to share it with us as … Continued

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Race Project in (716) GAL-LERY

(716) GAL-LERY, Buffalo’s smallest art gallery, is pleased to collaborate with two Buffalo arts organizations to present The Race Project.  The gallery is a re-purposed phone booth inside the Hydraulic Hearth Restaurant & Brewery. Squeaky Wheel Film & Media Arts Center is working in partnership with the Buffalo Center for Arts & Technology (BCAT) on … Continued

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