Returning to TReC to try out a much-mentioned eatery.
Tag: Niagara Falls
The Grave of Eliza Keig
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?
Who should be mayor of Niagara Falls?
Who should be mayor of Niagara Falls? I'm finally sharing my opinion.
Why you should be excited (but not too excited) about the Main Street deal
Exterior of the former Jenss building on Main Street. Flock, everyone seems to be over the moon about the future of Main Street, and I'm cautiously agreeing with them. Buffalo-based investment group Blue Cardinal Capital just closed on 38 buildings in Niagara Falls, most of them on Main Street, for the tune of $3.2 million. … Continue reading Why you should be excited (but not too excited) about the Main Street deal
Pints for Progress 25!
Last night, LiveNF hosted their 25th Pints for Progress at the Parkway Prime in the DoubleTree hotel. The venue, as I've repeatedly glowed about in the past, made for a different feel than the previous Pints. A solid number of people at the event made the lounge feel energized, and the bar had a variety … Continue reading Pints for Progress 25!
Rainbow Centre: The Opening Day Brochure
Flock, you know how much I love the old Rainbow Centre, right? I've spent countless hours scouring its remnants: from elevators to holes in the wall, I've seen it all. This is as abandoned as abandoned gets. Well, Christmas came along, and Santa delivered me something amazing, and I think it's finally time I show … Continue reading Rainbow Centre: The Opening Day Brochure
A spectacular kickoff to Jingle Falls
It was a spectacular kickoff to Jingle Falls complete with Santa, explosions, and fire breathers!
Mailing Niagara: Niagara Falls High School
Looking at one of the oldest postcards in the collection
Mailing Niagara: The Hotel Niagara cocktail lounge
This week, we take a peek inside the Hotel Niagara
Mailing Niagara: The Hotel Niagara
Taking a look at the grandeur of a bygone era, and the beauty of the Hotel Niagara