Deja'lu

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Deja'lu
Deja'lu offers Women's Clothing Boutiques services in Buffalo NY.

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Deja'lu has an overall ZapScore of 97. This means that Deja'lu has a higher ZapScore than 97% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Buffalo, New York is 35 and in the Women's Clothing Boutiques category is 71. Learn more about ZapScore.

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The not-to-miss event of the summer: enLIGHTen will illuminate the Richardson Olmsted Towers TONIGHT! #mediasponsor†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

The not-to-miss event of the summer: enLIGHTen will illuminate the Richardson Olmsted Towers Tonight, Friday, July 28 enLIGHTen is free and open to the public. Bring your own blanket or lawn chairs and pick your favorite spot. Seating is open. The light show will be projected onto the front and left side of the Towers Building. Pick a spot where you can see both sides for the best view of the show. Parking for enLIGHTen is available at Buffalo State College in any lot OR travel via Lyft and Uber! For safety reasons, pets will not be admitted. Bikes must be locked outside of the gates to the event. Folding chairs, strollers, coolers and picnics are welcome. All bags are subject to inspection. For more event details please visit enlightenbuffalo.com


This week, the Buffalo Niagara region is hosting an amateur athletic tournament the likes of which it has never... fb.me/90bSZkURl

This week, the Buffalo Niagara region is hosting an amateur athletic tournament the likes of which it has never seen before. The Gaelic Athletic Association’s Continental Youth Championships are taking place through Sunday at the town of West Seneca’s Soccer Complex. Games many Western New Yorkers are unfamiliar with – like Gaelic football and hurling – will take center stage, filling nearly 5,000 hotel room nights, drawing teams and visitors from as far away as California and generating $3 million for the local economy, according to the Buffalo Niagara Sports Commission. [ 219 more words ] https://www.buffalorising.com/2017/07/gaelic-games-will-be-the-largest-to-date-in-the-united-states/
This week, the Buffalo Niagara region is hosting an amateur athletic tournament the likes of which it has never seen before. The Gaelic Athletic Association’s Continental Youth Championships are ta…

Buffalo Rising updated their cover photo.
Betsy Casañas mural | AK https://www.buffalorising.com/2017/07/betsy-casanas-mural-to-instill-pride-in-buffalos-latino-community/


We’re looking forward to a grand time this Saturday, July 29, 10 am to noon, at Tifft Nature Preserve, meeting up.. fb.me/7ZXYLaFhb

We’re looking forward to a grand time this Saturday, July 29, 10 am to noon, at Tifft Nature Preserve, meeting up with other families with young children who relish opportunities for open ended outdoor play for their littles. Once a month the Pop Up Playdate Café rolls out a curated play space that includes Loose Parts items such as tree blocks, old telephones, sandpaper and boards, baking utensils, basins for pouring, water buckets, piles of dirt and sand, and all on the shady banks of Tifft’s lake, home to all kinds of animals and plant life. [ 247 more words ] https://www.buffalorising.com/2017/07/pop-up-playdate-cafe-3/
We’re looking forward to a grand time this Saturday, July 29, 10 am to noon, at Tifft Nature Preserve, meeting up with other families with young children who relish opportunities for open ended out…


How does a work of public art take shape? That's the question that I posed to Eric Jones, the Albright-Knox's... fb.me/274mP5FPj

How does a work of public art take shape? That's the question that I posed to Eric Jones, the Albright-Knox's public art project coordinator. In the case of Buffalo's latest mural project, which is now underway, it started with identifying a building within Buffalo's Latino community. The building happened to be that of Bernice Radle, a fantastic painted brick building that she purchased a few months ago, located at the corner of Niagara Street and Jersey Street. [ 576 more words ] https://www.buffalorising.com/2017/07/betsy-casanas-mural-to-instill-pride-in-buffalos-latino-community/
How does a work of public art take shape? That’s the question that I posed to Eric Jones, the Albright-Knox’s public art project coordinator. In the case of Buffalo’s latest mural…


Each year, mid-August, the Puerto Rican/Hispanic community comes together to celebrate the colorful culture that... fb.me/1kSrt06sj