BRADBERRY: Niagara’s rich history, right under our noses, feet

From the Niagara Gazette: As I’ve said before, and I say again because it bears repeating, talk to almost any senior Niagara Falls, New York resident with a good memory, or any expatriate, anyone who has moved away but who still harbors grand memories of their beloved, albeit forsaken hometown, inevitably the subject of fine…

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Craft beer makes for ‘funky’ fest

From the Niagara Falls Review: When he worked for Molson’s, Gord Slater recalls a time when people were shocked the brewer offered six different brands of beer. Beer is beer, they said. It’s all supposed to taste the same. But he knew there was a whole world of suds waiting to be tapped. When he…

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Lasers, 3D projections and more on tap for OPG Winter Festival of Lights

From Niagara This Week: While the 32nd annual Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights last year was regarded as a transitional year for the event, this year’s promises to build on that and establish a more modern festival. Lasers, 3D illuminations and projection lighting are the new signatures, including a new “Spirit of Niagara”…

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