Niagara Falls is entering a new age of renewal. Here's what we know so far.
Checking in on the grave of Eliza Keig, and taking a look at some of the tributes left on-site.
There is a piece of Welsh slate sitting just outside of Niagara Falls State Park. Why is it there? Today, we're taking a look at the Welsh National Gymanfa Ganu
A mysterious inscription sits atop a crumbling wall in Lake Ontario. Who is Colonel Morrow, and why is his name on this stone?
Deep within Deveaux Woods State Park sits a lone grave. The story of the woman that lay there has been lost to time, or so we thought. So who was Eliza Keig?
Flock, you know I've been following the Hotel Niagara restoration project for some time now. Remember back when the expected completion date was 2019? Well, that restoration is official as of today. The official "groundbreaking" ceremony took place today (which was the event of the century if you ever wanted to see Paul Dyster with … Continue reading Restoring Niagara
Who should be mayor of Niagara Falls? I'm finally sharing my opinion.
People driving into Niagara Falls looking for the "Nikola Tesla Museum" are met with confused looks, shrugs, and storage building.
Now that I have your attention with a dramatic headline, let's go over the history of June 7, 1956. On this day, the Schoellkopf Power Station fell into the gorge. If you're interested in the full story on this, there is an excellent write-up of the entire event on NiagaraFrontier.com that I absolutely recommend. Schoellkopf … Continue reading June 7, 1956: The Day Old Niagara Died
With the Johnnie Ryan building officially gone, local architecture buffs and historic preservationists are having a rough time. The pinnacle of Art Moderne in Niagara Falls is gone, and we have nothing left of the style's influence... ...unless you travel up Buffalo Avenue to LaSalle, where an old dairy facility sits in quiet repose. If … Continue reading A brief glimpse at the other Art Moderne building in Niagara Falls.