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New book reveals 100 ways to explore Queen City

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Wed, Mar 28th 2018 10:55 am
Reedy Press has announced the release of our new local interest book, "100 Things to Do in Buffalo Before You Die."
The company stated, "It's time to discover Buffalo, the city that combines the sophistication of the Northeast with the affability of the Midwest. From world-class modern art to the world's best chicken wings, Buffalo offers visitors a rich banquet of intriguing history, iconic architecture, lush scenery, fun food and relentless nightlife. Stand in the mist of Niagara Falls, kayak the Buffalo River, stroll through a neighborhood of Victorian homes, eat at a downtown hotspot, and finish up with a dose of blues, Americana, chamber folk, jazz or alt-rock. With a cityscape featuring masterpieces by Frank Lloyd Wright, H. H. Richardson, Louis Sullivan and Frederick Law Olmsted, Buffalo is a nonstop visual feast. Its institutions include some of America's oldest and most distinguished, founded by the industrialists who helped build America. Within 20 minutes of downtown, a generous menu of day trips includes charming villages, nature preserves, beach towns and historic resorts. Find out why this city on Lake Erie is becoming a cult hit among savvy travelers."
"100 Things to Do in Buffalo Before You Die" is available wherever books are sold.
Licata is the editor of Buffalo Spree, Western New York's city/regional magazine. A lifelong area resident, Licata has been writing about Buffalo arts, architecture and gardens for more than 30 years. She is a nationally published art critic and garden writer who has written several books about Western New York art and gardens.

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