Tag: Clifton Hill

    Bad manners to good deed

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    From the Niagara Falls Review:

    Some bad manners at a Niagara Falls restaurant led to a good deed that will help a local charity.

    On Monday, Kelsey’s on Clifton Hill received a hand-written letter from a boy apologizing for the way he acted at the establishment.

    The unknown customer did not leave a return address, but included two $10 bills.

    “Dear Kelsey’s, I have made $20 doing chores around my house to pay for the bad manners I had while at your restaurant. Sorry, Colin,” read the letter.

    The Clifton Hill – Niagara Falls Fun Facebook page shared a picture of the letter and the money.

    “Awesome parenting from an unknown customer with no return address,” said the Facebook post.

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    New “Photo Studio” area off driveway on Clifton Hill

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    Squeezed in between the back of Funnel Cakes and the back of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium, there is a new area with a sign that reads “Photo Studio”. There are a couple of photo booths under it where you can get your photo taken and put on a Niagara Falls related background.

    Celebrity Wax Figures

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    I know this isn’t directly Niagara Falls related, but I guess there was some talk recently about a Beyonce wax figure that didn’t look much like her. E News has a page on their website that shows some pictures of celebrities with their wax figures, and this made me think about Movieland Wax Museum of Stars as well as Louis Tussaud’s Waxworks.

    Check out the page to see how the figures compare…

    CWF Canada invades Niagara Falls

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    From Niagara This Week:

    Over the years Niagara Falls has always been a popular destination for honeymoons and professional wrestling.

    From the years of Tony “Cannonball” Parisi, Neo Spirit Pro Wrestling’s monthly shows at the old Polish Hall on Stanley Avenue, and the WWE retail store on Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls has always been a staple in the professional wrestling business.

    On Saturday, August 12, professional wrestling returns to Niagara Falls as CWF Canada invades the Scotiabank Convention Centre with an action packed card inside of the Fallsview Theatre at 7:00 pm.

    While the card is still being established, some of the early names for this event feature some of the very best in professional wrestling today.

    Former WWF superstar Paul London will be in attendance as he takes on “Reckless” Ryan Swift in what will be a hard-hitting and fast-paced contest.

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