I don't like getting dirty, run away screaming from literally any insect with wings, and am without any shadow of a doubt terrified of heights. So naturally, I went hiking.
Sears is closing: the Summit is doomed.
Niagara Falls' first cultural attraction in decades finally opens today, and I can already tell you it should be at the top of any itinerary in Western New York.
Niagara's jumping into the tech age with free public wifi.
Happy 126th birthday to the best city ever!
Why did I wait so long to try Pho Golden?
Should Old Falls Street become a pedestrian green space?
Mayor Paul Dyster's State of the City address was yesterday. With all the current hiccups in the Cataract City, there were only two moods the speech could take: tactful dread or obligatory optimistic. The mayor obviously picked optimistic. Living in the Falls my entire life, and having a vested interested in its complex workings for … Continue reading Slowly I turned
The 23rd Pints for Progress wrapped up last night at the Hard Rock, and it was a blast as always. The $490 pot went to the Niagara Beautification Commission's Rose Garden restoration project. Considering the recent improvements in New York State's second-largest city-run park (you read that right), fixing up the Rose Garden is a … Continue reading Pints 23, baby!
Pints for Progress is back fro 2018!