News on the Boulevard
February is the month of love. Valentine’s Day. Romance at the falls. They call Niagara Falls the Honeymoon City, but for the past three centuries, it’s been known as a beautiful getaway for couples of all ages. Whatever you are looking for, it’s here. In duplicate or more, and all the while the water keeps pouring over those mighty cataracts.
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Where is the loudest, wildest, warmest (and yet occasionally coldest), brightest and most fun place in Canada to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Niagara Falls, of course. The centre of it all is the annual concert in Queen Victoria Park, within sight of the mighty falls themselves. The show is always part of a national and sometimes international TV broadcast and attracts more...Read More »
The countdown is on – here in Niagara Falls, we’re getting ready to launch one of our favourite celebrations of the year. The Winter Festival of Lights is when the city really gets dressed up, in holiday greens, reds and whites and takes on a whole new look you cannot help but fall in love with. This year’s festival kicks off Nov....Read More »
Whether you come at it from the political left or right, there is no middle ground when it comes to Michael Moore. He’s the crusading documentary maker from Flint, Mich. who rose to fame with his film Roger and Me in 1989, where he tried to call to account auto manufacturing executives who had abandoned his hometown. Audiences loved his humorous...Read More »
He’s one of the giants of America talk-TV, the guy with the bushy moustache and Texas drawl. He gives pretty good advice, too. That’s Phil McGraw – television’s Dr. Phil, who is coming to Niagara Falls in November for a special appearance at the Scotiabank Convention Centre on Stanley Avenue. He will touch on topics like leadership and motivation, and engage the audience...Read More »