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Looking for a day out in Niagara County? Here’s our guide to the perfect day in beautiful Lockport, from canal-side adventures to indulging in the county’s delicious food scene.
From the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising to Pride at the Falls on July 5, all eyes are on New York this summer as the state gears up to celebrate the world’s largest Pride event.
Since moving to Lockport six years ago, I've come to appreciate some of the local attractions that are anchors in the community.
When it comes to music, rock and roll is where it's at to keep things flowing.
Live music will be provided by The Rod Nickson Project and local DJ Pat Proctor (Premier Sound), will be spinning tunes in the courtyard.
Tucked away in an unassuming corner of Niagara USA's rolling countryside is a building that contains creatures and artifacts that tell the story of the people and places that made this part of Western New York the culturally-rich destination that it is.
If you're looking for inspiration or are looking to express your artistic talents in a fun setting, the Lockside Art Center is sponsoring the perfect event with a chance for local artists and students to showcase their talent.
When one is fortunate enough to work in an iconic and naturally beautiful destination as Niagara USA, we focus on how to market our destination to all different types of potential visitors, engaging and encouraging them to visit.
After a long, cold winter, we're excited for the spring activities Niagara Falls USA has to offer. With this in mind, we have compiled a list of 10 things that can be fully enjoyed during the early spring months in Niagara USA.
Two exhibitions will be opening Saturday, at the new Lockside Art Center, featuring "Prom Garden," made from prom dress hems, by Mary Fisher (pictured above).
The modern day equivalent to a vision board or "bucket list" is Pinterest, the electronic social media site that allows "pinners" to create, gather and organize inspiration and information.
In case you missed this week's gift guide on "Niagara Now" on LCTV and still can't decide what to give this holiday season, be sure to watch it on-demand before checking your list twice.
At the beginning of October, Phase 1 of the Restoration of the Flight of Five was completed.
Couples are racing to wed on December 13, 2014, the last number-sequential date until January 2, 2034.
Visit all 50 states, see art come alive, "rock the Erie Canal locks," and witness a quaint quilting bee - all just by traveling to Lockport, N.Y. this summer.