I have been to, and eaten fudge from the Fudge Factory on Clifton Hill and the Hershey store on Falls Avenue. Until a few days ago, I had never heard of the Niagara Falls Fudge Co. The line under the name says “a second generation family tradition”. I assume they have moved from another location, [...]
From WNYC Public Radio (you can listen to the 5-minute audio segment): Niagara Falls has long been a magnet for daredevils, but strict laws have kept them away for more than a century. That’s expected to change Friday, when circus performer Nik Wallenda will walk a two-inch-thick wire above the giant waterfall. It’s an exception [...]
From the Toronto Star: Wallenda can’t afford to make a similar stumble this Friday during his highest-profile act yet: walking 550 metres across Niagara Falls, on a wire 60 metres above the gorge. “This is unique because it’s the longest unsupported or unstabilized cable that anyone’s put up in the history of wire-walking,” Wallenda says. [...]
From the Times Herald-Tribune: The Seneca Indian Nation’s gambling business says a new construction project will make its Niagara Falls casino more distinctive on the city skyline. Jim Wilson of the Seneca Gaming Corporation says the project on top of the existing hotel tower won’t add more rooms, but will change signage to make the [...]
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