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
Why I spent five minutes staring in awe at an elevator
Sometimes, you accidentally stumble into a nostalgic overload.
Save our park!
A staple of Niagara Falls' Italian heritage is in jeopardy: how you can help.
I have a show on WNIA Radio
A sheep on the radio? It's not as weird as you think.
RIP McAlister’s Deli
Well, McAlister's Deli closed it's Niagara Falls location: the only one in the state of New York. According to one of my friends, the location was shut down after a plethora of complaints relating to the online orders being wrong. I'm severely going to miss McAlister's Deli. It was one of the new restaurants I … Continue reading RIP McAlister’s Deli
Dance of the Fireflies TOMORROW!
If you're looking for something spectacular to do this Saturday, you need to go to Dance of the Fireflies on Old Falls Street. The fourth annual event is going to be epic, with crafts, storytelling, and the firefly godmother Violet Claire. So put on your best wings, and make your way down to Old Falls … Continue reading Dance of the Fireflies TOMORROW!
Hotel Niagara and the Future of the Cataract City
What we know about the Hotel Niagara, and the future of Niagara Falls, NY.
My College Radio Station is Jumping the Shark
It's the final Summer Orientation at Niagara. WNIA historically has issues attracting attention in the corner of Gallagher it resides in. The new attention strategy has been deemed "the kitchen sink." There's three different kinds of party lights, a three-pound box of chocolate, a unicorn head, and a robot that tends to crash into everything. … Continue reading My College Radio Station is Jumping the Shark
The Perks of Being a Cartoon Sheep
Sheepie's first ever blog post preserved as is.