Issue 32: Stop blasted off into the sky Friday night, with a spectacular party to celebrate its release. Stop explores the end of things in our cities and lives. How do we respond when the end comes—do we rebuild, or do we stop dead in our tracks?
As always, our festivities included an installation of artwork from the current issue. This issue’s cover and photo essay included breathtaking views from Western New York’s starry nighttime skies. Framed and hung throughout the office, these large photos brought our words about finality to life, in conversation and even debate—an art party AND a magazine release AND hot dogs! What could be better for a beautiful Friday night in Buffalo?
Our friends from Roc Brewing Co., in Rochester, NY, came to pour their fantastic beers; the folks at Frank Gourmet Hot Dogs came to serve up their delicious dogs; and DJ LuLu played us into the night. As always, the gathering in the back migrated to a dance party in the front, with passersby curiously trading Main Street in for our impromptu dance floor.
Already looking forward to the launch of Issue 33: Gray, coming this October. Hope to see you there!