From the Buffalo News: A group of tourists on their way to Niagara Falls a decade ago would first notice the crumbling city streets. Then came the seedy hotels and shuttered attractions of a ghostly downtown. It looked nothing like the kind of place millions of world travelers flock to each year. But as Lt….
On Friday I was out for a walk, and I took these pictures. They are starting to setup for the 2012 CAA Winter Festival of Lights. At first I thought it was kind of early, but it starts November 3, so they only have 1 month to get everything setup.
Still time to sign up to play mini-putt with Niagara Falls Mayor Jim Diodati in aid of local food bank
From Bullet News Niagara: There’s still time to sign up to golf with Niagara Falls Mayor Jim Diodati on Clifton Hill. Oh yes, the golf is mini-putt, which the mayor jokes is just his speed. The cause for the inaugural event, known as Mayor Diodati’s Who’s Your Caddy? tournament, is ProjectSHARE, the local food bank.
From the Guelph Mercury: The star of an Academy Award-winning documentary on dolphin abuse is urging Ontario to enact laws to protect captive animals, including those at Marineland. Ric O’Barry, a former dolphin trainer turned animal activist, is lending his support to Zoocheck Canada and former park employees who allege animals at the Niagara Falls…