If you're a good history student, you know that Chuck Yeager was the first person to break the sound barrier in 1947. What you may not know is that Niagara Falls played a crucial role in this. The need for speed The year was 1944. The world was at war, and the United States had … Continue reading How Niagara Falls broke the sound barrier
During the Never Ending Pasta Bowl, we'll be reviewing a selection of sauces from Olive Garden.
The Art-Deco era hotel in Niagara Falls, NY is about to go through a massive makeover. Here are the seven numbers you should know about the project.
The state didn't want to give money to a waterpark in downtown Niagara Falls, but the county certainly did. The Niagara Daredevil Waterpark, planned to be put next to the Sheraton on Third and Falls, just got one million dollars in funds. To say I'm excited for a new tourist attraction is an understatement. This … Continue reading Okay Niagara, you’ll get your waterpark
Please: just cut it out already.
The former United Office Building in Niagara Falls is a spectacular survivor of the Mayan revival.
This week's review is Trader Giotto's mushroom ravioli in mushroom truffle sauce from Trader Joe's. It's a frozen product, so I automatically expected the ravioli to be overcooked. I wasn't proven wrong. The ravioli are incredibly soft: fans of al dente (and real Italian food in general) will be greatly disappointed. Mind you, it's not … Continue reading Trader Giotto’s (Trader Joe’s) Mushroom Ravioli Review
If you were to ask me what happened Thursday night, I couldn't exactly tell you.
Sometimes, you accidentally stumble into a nostalgic overload.
The Summit Park Mall in Wheatfield was supposed to have a sports complex by now, yet the gravel behind remains undisturbed. Why that's not necessarily a bad thing.