Public pianos are out in Niagara Falls

From WIVB Channel 4 in Buffalo: Shakespeare once said that when words fail, music speaks. Rosie Lorenti, a Niagara Falls native and musician, couldn’t agree more. Rosie shared with News 4, “Music is a very important part of my life. Brought up on it. My mom played piano, my dad played instruments. It’s always been…

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Indigenous music rumbles Falls

From the Niagara Falls Review: Across both sides of the river, drums played back and forth during the opening ceremony of Rumble at the Falls on Saturday night at Oakes Garden Theatre in Niagara Falls. Though they were tough to hear at some parts from the other side, during the swells of traditional Indigenous drums…

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One day not enough to celebrate Canada’s 150th in Niagara Falls

From Niagara This Week: There will be no shortage of things to do to help celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in the city on July 1. Festivities will centre on Queen Street and will include everything from the country’s newest citizens being sworn in to a parade, music, games, live entertainment, fireworks and, of course, birthday…

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Convention Centre gets ready to groove

From the Niagara Falls Review: DJ Steve Aoki is fine with reality shows on MTV instead of music. He welcomes more American Idol knockoffs. As far as he’s concerned, they’re great for his industry because they’re forcing people to seek out good music more than ever. When they find something that wasn’t manufactured by a…

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Springlicious showcases downtown improvements

From the Niagara Falls Review: Springlicious struck again. Thousands of people filled Queen Street over the weekend for the second annual Springlicious music, food, beer and wine festival, creating a showcase for new business that recently arrived. “Myself, I didn’t know these places exist,” said Janice Ane, a Niagara Falls woman, who was seeing some…

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