Five months after it said it was exploring “all available legal avenues” against a “flawed” Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) modernization plan, the city and region have filed a joint application for a judicial review.
John Law, Niagara Falls Review
Juno-winning rockers Marianas Trench, rising country star Jess Moskaluke and Ontario country act The James Barker Band will take the stage at Queen Victoria Park for New Year’s Eve.
The Winter Festival of Lights has about 800 fireworks left over from its rain-shortened opening night Saturday, but they won’t stay silent for long.
Gary Allan was offered his first record contract at 15, after two years of playing honey tonk bars with his dad. He somehow had the willpower to turn it down, heeding the advice of his parents to finish school.
As far as opening night ceremonies go, it was probably the Winter Festival of Lights' shortest – and wettest – ever. But a steady downpour all night wasn't enough to prevent the annual spectacle from starting its 35th season Saturday.
Michael Smith isn’t so sure about the term ‘celebrity chef,’ even though he fits the description to a tee.
It wasn't so much a white Christmas parade as a wet one.
For poet Shane Koyczan, rhythm and flow don’t require a band. It just takes an audience, a microphone and an audience willing to go where he takes them.
“I never thought I’d say this, but good evening St. Catharines,” beamed Elton John after two songs to a sold out Meridian Centre Wednesday night.
It’ll be flames, fireworks and a florescent show like few others in Canada as the Winter Festival of Lights kicks off its 35th season Saturday night.
Jazz isn't just for summer in Niagara- on-the-Lake any more.
It's a bit of Greek mythology that has always bothered Dr. Ron Clavier.
The World Series is over, but the ol' ball game goes on at Garden City Productions.
Like the other great Canadian folk singers of his generation, a big part of Murray McLachlan’s heart belongs to the United States. It was there he gave up some stage time at the Mariposa Folk Festival so Joni Mitchell could perform.
Sarah McLachlan and her Niagara fans had some catching up to do Thursday.
On the same weekend Creepshow opened 35 years ago, memorabilia from the horror classic will be at the first-ever Frightmare In the Falls convention.
Missed Rock of Ages last month in Niagara-on- the-Lake? Don’t stop believin’, you’ll get another chance at the Niagara Fallsview Casino in February.
Marineland’s $21 million lawsuit against the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (OSPCA) is the result of “injuries and damages, including special damages” suffered as a result of the animal welfare organization’s animal cruelty charges laid against the park.
As any longtime Who fan will tell you, the best concerts were always the ones that felt like they could fall apart at any second. A blown amp. A destroyed drum kit. At their peak, The Who brought a volcanic energy to the stage that made every show unruly and unpredictable.
Missed Johnny Reid when he played the Meridian Centre last year? You’ll get another chance in April.