It might not seem like soup can be used as a lure.
But, pair that soup — a cream of asparagus with savory tarragon and garlic whipped cream — with a perfectly matched Vizcarra Vineyard Riesling and the combination just might be the gastronomical chemistry needed to draw more tourists into the Niagara region.
The camera on the iPhone 4 can record HD video at 30 frames per second. Impressive for a phone. But is it enough for a feature film?
Talkin’ about the Molson Canal Concert Series
This time of year, one of the best-kept secrets in Lockport is the Molson Canal Concert Series lineup. I wondered why it was such a closely guarded secret, so I asked Dave Taylor, co-founder of the canal series, and the person responsible for booking the acts, why the bookers do not release the lineup sooner.
Talking rock photography
In the early 1980s, I met photographer Lynn Goldsmith at a concert in Woodstock. We chatted briefly about some photographs and album covers she had done and she struck me as a likeable and extremely confident woman.
The heart of local art
“Can regular people come in here?”
That was the question posed to Sally Bisher by a man who visited the Market Street Art Center not long ago. Bisher, assistant executive director at the center, wrote in an e-mail to the Union-Sun & Journal that the question “almost made me cry.”
Shipping up to the Falls
Boston’s Dropkick Murphys will open their tour in support of their new album, “Going Out in Style,” at the Rapids Theatre in Niagara Falls on Wednesday.
The Reverend’s non-stop tour
Hailing from deep in the hills of a small town in Southern Indiana, Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band combines traditional country and blues and sets it to a punk rock beat.
It’s been nearly 20 years since the Kenan Center’s last retrospective of beloved longtime Lockport artist Olivia McConnell. Now, the Kenan is offering a chance to get reacquainted with the woman and her work.
The Secret Sisters define their own style of country music
The Secret Sisters are Laura and Lydia Rogers from Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Their brand of old style country is unlike anything else in popular or country music today.
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