With a falls attraction still on hold, Wallenda takes his act to Darien Lake

From the Buffalo News: We’re happy to see that Nik Wallenda is returning to this area, even if it’s not back to Niagara Falls, where the wire walker gained fame. Wallenda has kept a special place in his heart for Niagara Falls since his walk across the Horseshoe Falls in June 2012. Live television allowed…

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Nik Wallenda Wants To Put Up An Entertainment Center

From the Associated Press (via WHAM 1180 in Rochester): Wire walker Nik Wallenda says he’s looking at the U.S. side of Niagara Falls to put a semi-permanent entertainment center. Wallenda made history in June when he became the first person to walk on a tightrope directly over the precipice of the falls. He tells local…

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Niagara Falls is walking its own wire

From the Buffalo News: The Niagara Falls publicity stunt was born like this: It was September 1827.A group of hoteliers wanted to make a quick buck. So they sent an old lake schooner, filled with terrified animals, over the brink. The spectacle, as planned, drew thousands. Many of the animals died in the plunge. It’s…

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