This Week's Circulars
- Cold Case: A nearly 20-year search for suspect in Falls homicide
- GI's Daghestani at odds with VI, state wrestling
- EDITORIAL: Neglected dog's happy ending worth noting
- It's official. Fantasy Island has closed
- Lost dog in the Falls goes viral thanks to rescuers
- Zafuto moves behind Nichols bench
- Falls to shine red, white and blue for 40th anniversary of 1980 Winter Games
- Locals clinch spots in the NYSPHSAA wrestling tournament.
- NFHSOF picks Rizzo as new president
- Falls police asking for help in finding mother of infant left at Seneca Niagara casino
Thom Jennings from the Niagara Gazette talks about the upcoming Rolling Stones show in Buffalo, his favorite venues and a Sammy Hagar album that makes a great Valentine’s Day present.
Watch the time-lapse photography of the walls going up for the new crematorium at Oakwood cemetery, constructed by Contractor Rocco DelGrosso of Krislyn Construction.
Raul Parker, owner of the popular Dirty Bird Chicken & Waffles food truck, has opened a brick-and-mortar restaurant at 6004 Buffalo Ave. in Niagara Falls.
The Kenan Center is hosting The Art of Suffrage: Struggle, Sacrifice and Success art exhibition, honoring the 100th anniversary of the woman's right to vote. The exhibition runs through March 29 at the Kenan Center, 433 Locust Street in Lockport.
Thom is in Buffalo experiencing his first KISS concert. Thom chats with a couple KISS fans and gives us a quick glimpse of the show’s finale.
Artist and psychic medium Judy Hartke will be offering spirit art readings at the opening reception for a new exhibit called “Angels, Messengers and Celestial Guardians,” from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Feb 8, 2020 in the Lou Townsend Gallery at the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center. The free event wil…
Thom Jennings talks about Artpark’s 2020 lineup including the recently announced Brothers Osborne country show. Thom reminisces about the Sgt. Pepper album by The Beatles.
Thom discusses the upcoming Last Summer on Earth Tour coming to Artpark this summer. The show features Gin Blossoms and Toad the Wet Sprocket, and Thom talks about the origin of Toad’s name and the tragic passing of early Gin Blossoms member Doug Hopkins. Email Thom at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hobbyist chef Steve Kishel of Lewiston, NY prepares a simple and delicious supper for Super Bowl celebrations, including shrimp stuffed mushrooms, stuffed peppers, nachos and quesadillas.