Michael, Scott and Nikki of Accoustic Blue performing at Charlie O'Brien's Pub in Buffalo, New York.
The Ralph Wilson Stadium is the home of the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League (NFL).
Alumni Plaza honors the greatest Buffalo Sabres hockey players, including this trio, the "French Connection".
Liquid Blue finds themselves in the Blue Zone, where they feel right at home.
Inside the Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame are large collections of sports memorabilia and history.
Buffalo Bills football jerseys on display at the Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame.
Buffalo's architecture is diverse, with a collection of buildings from the 19th and 20th centuries.
Coca-Cola Field is a retro-classic ballpark and home to the city's baseball team, the Buffalo Bisons.
This is the Robert H. Jackson United States Courthouse, which occupies a full block of Delaware Avenue.
The Statler Towers were built in 1923 as a hotel, but today are used for ballrooms and office space.
The McKinley Monument was dedicated in 1907 to William McKinley, 25th President of the United States.
The monument is in Niagara Square in front of Buffalo City Hall, a truly massive bureaucracy.
In fact, the city's largest employer today is the State of New York, with over 15,000 employees.
Despite so much government, or perhaps because of it, Buffalo is one of the poorest U.S. cities.
The loss of manufacturing jobs, rapid suburbanization and high labor costs have led to economic decline.
The Buffalo Savings Bank building opened in May 1901 and features a gold-leafed dome 56 feet in diameter.
The General Electric Tower was completed in 1912, and today is the seventh tallest building in Buffalo.
Shea's Performing Arts Center opened in 1926 as a silent movie theater, and now hosts Broadway musicals.
Buffalo is New York state's second-most populous city, after New York City.
The Buffalo Niagara Convention Center serves as a venue for tradeshows, festivals and meetings.
One can't visit Buffalo without trying the original world-famous "Buffalo" chicken wings!
A few minutes later, each band member had both hands covered in "Buffalo" sauce.
Full of chicken wings, Accoustic Blue performed at Charlie O'Brien's Pub in Buffalo, New York.