Occupy Buffalo

Police Remove ‘Occupy Buffalo’ From Niagara Square
The 4 month old Occupy Buffalo camp that began on October 1st of 2011 has come to an abrupt end. Buffalo police showed up in force last night and gave the protesters the choice of leaving peacefully or be arrested. A majority of the occupy movement left as directed but a few stood their ground and w…
6 Cold-Weather Tents for the Extreme Winter Camper
Imagine what it would be like to camp outside this winter...no not you Occupy Buffalo — the snow gently falling outside the flaps of your tent, the serene beauty of an army of cedars, furs and pines blanketed in white. Now imagine you don't have the right cold-weather tent, and rather tha…
Know Your Occupiers Buffalo
One of the many great things about the internet is that it is an effective means of communication, especially between people or organizations that would otherwise have no way of meeting. Recently, I used the internet to divulge into the “Occupy” movement that is sweeping the nation. I had the opport…
Occupy Buffalo Here For Long Haul
Although the wind and rain may have caused their numbers to dwindle a bit, the group that remains in Niagara Square is determined to see this through to the end.