The Niagara Symphony Orchestra will briefly look back when it opens its 70th anniversary season Sunday. And then it’s on to the next 70 years, says music director Bradley Thachuk.
John Law, Niagara Falls Review
As a comic, Sebastian Maniscalco sums up people’s weird habits with one question: “Why would you do that?”
For its eighth year, Haunt Manor will be working the graveyard shift.
Cogeco cable TV is launching its fall schedule with a new name.
For the sixth straight year, Niagara artists will own the night Thursday.
Residents will get their say on a proposed new Niagara Falls arts hub during a public meeting Oct. 3.
Carey Benvenuti is firing up the oven again. And this time, it won’t stop for two days.
With legalized marijuana coming next summer to Canada, the buzz has begun for a two-day pot conference in Niagara Falls next month.
Country singer Brad Battle, pop crooner Mel Monaco and rocker Mark James Vaiana lead the way with five nominations each for the 10th annual Niagara Music Awards.
One of the region's biggest arts festivals returns in a big way this weekend.
Saint-Ignace is a tiny village of 600 people in New Brunswick not known for its celebrities. Its most famous former residents might be two childhood friends who split a $15 million lottery win in 2008.
Nine months after it was forced to abruptly close, Yuk Yuk's will be opening a new Niagara Falls club in October.
When you call your event Celebration of Nations, there better be one name on the guest list: Buffy Sainte-Marie.
A late night dance concert ended with five people shot outside the L8 night club early Sunday morning. Niagara Regional Police were called to the Lundy's Lane venue at about 4:45 a.m. with reports of gunshots.
Labour Day weekend in Niagara felt extra laborious at the pumps.
Considering the circumstances, Matt Mays would be forgiven for putting out a downer album.
No sooner does Brenda Manning start talking about the scorn she's endured as a Marineland protester over the years than a woman exits her vehicle, glares at her, and proceeds to tell her she should “fight for human lives” instead.
Earlier this year, Niagara artists were asked one simple question: What does the Niagara Parks mean to you?
Lundy's Lane is going to be livelier than usual this Labour Day Weekend.
For the first time in generations, Niagara high school students may not have a Sears Ontario Drama Festival next year.