It ended with a few laughs. A few tears. A lot of memories. Most importantly, Niagara Concerts bowed out with music Saturday.
A look at the Shaw Festival’s 56th season, which begins Thursday night in Niagara-on-the-Lake:
Nearly two years after he was announced as the Shaw Festival’s new artistic director, Tim Carroll craves one thing as he approaches his first season: Sleep.
If you thought the Victoria Day fireworks over the Falls were more wonderful than usual, you weren't seeing things.
Imagine a daily lunch delivery system for which teams of couriers pick up coded canisters of delicious homemade food from suburban homes and deliver them by trains and bicycles to specific employees working in high-rise office buildings.
Chris Cornell had become one of the most lauded and respected contemporary lead singers in rock music, thanks to his charismatic energy onstage and wide vocal range.
The same filmmakers who made a controversial documentary on the slums of Niagara Falls earlier this year are back with a new project on Marineland and one of its former trainers.
A seasoned filmmaker, director François Ozon leads contemporary French cinema with a steady output of feature films — 17 to date — and a record of short documentaries. He has gained an international reputation with critics and audiences for making films with modern perspectives.
Fans hoping to see Live with Kelly & Ryan in Niagara Falls next month will have one more chance to score tickets.