Arts and culture in Niagara Falls could receive a dramatic boost after Tuesday’s city council meeting.
David Gogo is no newcomer to Thorold.
For nearly three decades, they’ve been part of the Niagara Falls landscape. Even if you’ve never seen them, you’ve definitely heard them.
It’s often lumped under one umbrella, but as cellist Margaret Gay can attest, not all classical music was created equal.
She has blazing red hair, wears snazzy tailored jackets, and loves Metallica.
The pulse of Niagara’s hip-hop scene continues to beat strong.
He calls it a “Bad Ass Rock Show,” but when Jesse Roper rolls into Taps Brewery Saturday it’ll be something else: A homecoming. Of sorts.
We curse it. We shovel it. Most days, we do everything possible to avoid it.
In any given review, my hope is to communicate an experience — to share what I saw, felt and understood about a film.