This week marks two years since I started my Buffalo Streets project. It started when I began researching how Keppel Street was named. I started to uncover these stories, and I needed to share them with the world. I am blown away by all of your love and support; I amazed that anyone reads what I write. It makes me really proud of our city and our heritage that so many people are interested in learning more about it. Our history is something to be proud of, and as we are redeveloping and revitalizing our City, I think it’s important to take note of where we have been.
I apologize that I don’t get to update more frequently. I prefer to have well developed posts, rather than quick updates. Life, work and exploring the city often gets in the way. I hope to update more often this summer. I’m making it my goal to write a post at least twice a month for the coming future. I have lots of research on many streets that I have not published yet, so if you ever have a question about a certain aspect of Buffalo history, feel free to email me (buffalostreets (at) gmail.com to ask.
Also, I have been doing a few speaking gigs, presenting on Buffalo history and architecture. Let me know if you’re interested in having me speak to your group.
Thanks to everyone who reads the blog and shares it with their friends. It’s been an adventure to really dig into our city’s history. I have so much more to learn. Thanks for coming around for the ride!