WHAT THEY’RE SAYING: Writer defends U.S. side of falls
From The Journal-Register (in Medina, NY):
A Pennsylvania writer took pains in a recent travel story to defend the American side of Niagara Falls, widely considered inferior to its Canadian counterpart.
Jack Markowitz of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, in a story discussing the Cataract City, said that even with increased international border security, there is no need for Pennsylvanians to obtain passports to have fun in the Niagara Frontier.
“The American side of the falls is unexpectedly better in some ways than the more celebrated Canadian (side),” he wrote.