John Law, Niagara Falls Review

John Law

John Law has been The Review's arts and entertainment writer since 1990.

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Dance singer Mia Martina hits Club Se7en in Niagara Falls Sept. 16 to perform and DJ a set. PHOTO: Submitted

Mia Martina brings her stereo love to Falls

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.

Food vendors with the Niagara Falls Night Market talk to a police officer after a late night shooting outside the L8 night club early Sunday. The violence erupted about 4:45 a.m. after day one of the food market and first night of the Full Moon Party dance concert. PHOTO: John Law / Niagara Falls Review

5 people shot at L8 club

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.

Protestors gathered in front of Marineland Saturday, urging visitors to turn around before buying tickets. PHOTO: John Law / Niagara Falls Review

End of summer brings protesters back to Marineland

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.