Owners of the new Griffon Pub are feeling the love
The owners of the new Griffon Pub in Niagara Falls are feeling the love.
They already considered themselves pretty blessed by the constant traffic in their new restaurant since it opened on Military Road five months ago. But, just recently the New York Times tipped its hat to The Griffon in a recent story, “52 Places to Go in 2014.”
Put it in words: Area writers give advice on writing love letters
Christine Armesto still remembers the words from her favorite love letter. Years ago, an old boyfriend once wrote in an apology letter to her, "your beauty disturbs the heavens … " Armesto, should know a good love letter when she sees one. She's been writing them professionally for 20 years from her Amherst office on Niagara Falls Boulevard, at the edge of the Town of Tonawanda.
- Niagara Aerospace Museum offers educational opportunity
Win a wedding at Rapids Theatre's bridal open house Feb. 22
The chance to win a free wedding reception is already driving up ticket requests for the third annual Bridal Open House at the Rapids Theatre.
Who does she think she is? Local genealogists shed light on history of Canadian actress
The mysterious death of an ice delivery man in the 1920s, was part of the family history of a Canadian actress uncovered for a TV show by two local genealogists.
While researching the family history of Canadian actress Marina Orsini, Niagara Fallsfamily history researcher, Pete Ames, came across an interesting story about Harold Edwin Young, her great-grandfather. Young died suddenly after attending an underground drinking establishment in Lackawanna.
- Marsha McWilson to perform as Etta James at The Topper Marsha McWilson has become a household name in Niagara Falls, her work with the community and charity events, along with her powerful voice have made her something of a local celebrity.
- IN BUSINESS: Jobless numbers hold steady; Michael Jarosz joins Lipsitz & Ponterio Unemployment increased slightly throughout Niagara County, where 8,000 residents were jobless in December, an increase of about 100 since November.
- Lackawanna author discusses memoir Friday at disABILITY museum As a youth and young adult, Lackawanna native Anthony Antek battled with the complexities of being bipolar and it's extreme highs and lows. After years of struggle he went on a mission to find himself and figure out what meaning life had for him. The result of his journey, after eight years of on-and-off writing, has been documented in his 2013 book, "Bipolar Buffalo."
- TOM'S CORNER: Helping your vehicle survive the frozen tundra The Gazette has partnered with local automotive expert Tom Torbjornsen to publish his weekly national column. Tom's Corner will appear in Thursday's editions.
NATURAL HEALTH: Can modern wheat be the culprit of your sickness?
Are you wondering why so many people are becoming sensitive to wheat? Isn’t it supposed to be healthy, especially if you are eating whole grain? I’m sorry to say, most individuals would benefit if they completely avoided wheat — even if you don’t have Celiac’s disease.
Wheat is not what it once was. It has now been so genetically altered your body does not recognize it. It has been altered in order to feed the masses (people, cows, chicken, farm raised fish, etc.), grow faster, and be resistant to insects and drought. This causes the body to react defensively, which results in the form of inflammation. If you were living in Italy, for example, you may not be affected, as they have banned the altering or genetic modification of their food. Good for them I say. I wish we were that smart, for we’d be far less sick.
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