Niagara Life Magazine
People & Events
In the hands of a young musician, a cheap guitar or a poorly written book of songs is the embodiment of hope for the future. Worn-in frets and collections of trite metaphors represent long hours of chiseling notes to perfection, an irrational optimism for later success, and a youthful mind working to translate its seemingly lethal problems into art. More
There's a certain thrill that comes from hunting down a hard-to-track item. Whether it's a one-of-a-kind hat, out-of-print record or first edition novel by your favourite author, finding that sought after object in an out of the way place can bring a feeling of satisfaction and, to be quite honest, even a bit of smugness. After all, you didn't give up; you knew if you kept looking you'd find it. More
At Eagle Valley Golf Academy, kids get to compete at an elite level Read More..
A curtains rise on the Shaw Festival's 52nd season, it will be for a playbill filled with culture classes, magical transformations and dazzling ideas. The mystery and beauty of contemporary life will be explored through new and provocative conversations in the 10 productions presented on four distinct stages: Festival Theatre, Court House Theatre, Royal George Theatre and Studio Theatre. Read More..
A world away from home, Krista Hrin worked to reunite families Read More..
For comprehensive events listings, please visit online festival and events Niagara & Tourism Niagara Read More..
Brent Butt may be a bona fide TV star with a new film in the can, but he's still a stand up at heart Read More..