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- Falls' Wojick, Holka delivering special show Wednesday Bruce Wojick used to make the pizza at one of Niagara Falls' most popular pizza places and Jamie Holka delivered them. The pair shared a passion for music and when Wojick left the employ of the pizza place Holka had an idea.
- JENNINGS: Grass Roots, Winery Dogs and USS among acts in town this weekend This weekend is packed with many musical treats including the arrival of a supergroup featuring Buffalo's own Billy Sheehan, three great shows in two nights at the Seneca Niagara Casino, a great party at the Rapids Theatre featuring great music from north of the border and an eight show run of a Ricky Nelson tribute at the Fallsview Casino.
- Seneca Niagara Casino jumps into The Fray on Friday On Friday, the Seneca Niagara Casino will be hosting one of the hottest bands from the last 10 years, The Fray. Formed in Denver in 2002 when guitarist Joe King met lead vocalist and pianist Issac Slade in a record store, The Fray has built a massive following the old fashioned way, by writing great songs and producing great records.
- Van Horn mansion not for faint of heart
- CALLERI: 'The Counselor' ambles along a familiar trail For the new drug cartel movie, 'The Counselor,' screenwriter Cormac McCarthy has come up with an innovative way to kill someone.
- Off the 'Deep End' in North Tonawanda L. Don Swartz could tell you more about the plot of his newest play, "Deep End of the Dark" ... but then he'd have to kill you.
Mary Chapin Carpenter has a story to tell
Mary Chapin Carpenter's list of accomplishments includes five Grammy Awards, two Academy of Country Music Awards, two Country Music Association Awards and a recent induction in the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.
- 'Les Miserables' continues at Niagara Falls High School "Opening weekend of Les Miserables was a great success, according to those who produced the ambitious musical that opened last weekend in the Performing Arts Center at Niagara Falls High School.
- JENNINGS: Didgeridoos and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy on tap this week This weekend features the return of a Buffalo songstress for a great cause, a pair of Grammy Award winning singer-songwriters, and a great ska band.
- CALLERI: When an amusement park is no longer amusing Randy Moore, a native of the suburban Chicago village of Lake Bluff, graduated from a Florida college and set out to work in the motion picture business. Moore's dream, which is the dream of many who head to Los Angeles, was to write and direct movies.
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