HOLY NIAGARA FALLS COMIC CON, BATMAN! Niagara Falls is best known for their famous waterfalls, but this June, tourists will head to the honeymoon capital for Niagara Falls Comic Con, a two day celebration of pop culture, nostalgia, celebrities, comics and more. The event is set to take place on Saturday June, 8th and Sunday,... Read More
Remember that guy you knew in middle school who told everyone that he had a girlfriend who lived up in Canada? He told you about how he met her while he was vacationing at Niagara Falls with his grandparents and she totally puts outShow More Summary
On October 29th, 2012, Hurricane Sandy's storm surge advanced mercilessly on New York City. Subway lines we inundated. City streets turned fluvial. Gawker's server host did its best impression of Niagara Falls. Shit got — as they say — real. More »
Marineland, Niagara Falls’ premier tourist destination, was opened in 1961 by John Holer. At the time, John was a portly Slovenian immigrant who couldn’t find work when he arrived to Canada. With what little money he had, and what little English he could speak, Holer built two water tanks and acquired three sea lions. Show More Summary
Before yesterday, few of us had heard of film critic Michael Calleri or the Niagara Falls Reporter, a weekly rag with a circulation of 22,000 around Buffalo. But that was [...] The post Today in Outrage: Niagara critic quits after editor bars him from reviewing films featuring strong women appeared first on FilmDrunk.
"I don't want to publish reviews of films where women are alpha and men are beta. where women are heroes and villains and men are just lesser versions or shadows of females. i believe in manliness," the publisher of The Niagara Falls Reporter wrote in an email to film critic Michael Calleri.
Christian DiStefano will star in the Eli Roth-produced Clown, says the Niagara Falls Review. The seven-year-old Niagara Falls actor is currently in Ottawa filming the spook flick, produced by the Hostel and Cabin Fever director. Distefano stars as Jack, the son of a man who tries on a clown suit for a birthday party and [...]
Canadian Wendy’s, or at least the one in Niagara Falls, has a Canadian maple leaf for an apostrophe. Awesome.
Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster says the agreement between Wallenda and the city stated Wallenda would cover all safety costs related to the big event. While Wallenda has already given the city $17,500, Dyster says he owes another $25,500. Show More Summary
People have been trying to go sailing over Niagara Falls for decades — and some people are still trying. But how can you make that perilous descent and emerge in one piece? More »
Insensitive of us, we know. Apologies. Deadmau5’ statement via Toronto Standard: “wow. a couple of dumbasses in Niagara Falls broke into my mothers house, ransacked it, slashed her paintings and stole a TV / sonos stuff… etc and basically trashed the house. Show More Summary
June 15, 2012: In 25 minutes "The King of the Wire" Nik Wallenda walked over Niagara Falls on a two-inch-thick wire from the U.S. to Canada. The 33-year-old daredevil is a six-time Guinness World Record holder from Florida and comes from a family of acrobats. For his next stunt, he hopes to cross the Grand Canyon on a wire. See more
Nik Wallenda’s high-wire walk over Niagara Falls propelled ABC to a big win Friday. The net easily dominated in total
The daring stunt by Nik Wallenda netted 13.1 million viewers in the final half hour, according to preliminary ratings, and easily surpassed other networks for the night.
Nick Wallenda completed the ultimate (tightrope) walk of fame last night. His insane 1,800-foot trip over the roaring waters of Horseshoe Falls, the largest of the three waterfalls that constitute Niagara Falls and separate Canada from the U.S. Show More Summary
Those who attempted the incredible feat in the past may have not earned the results they hoped, but Wallenda came through in the clutch, indeed making it across the foggy, slippery cable that overlooked the edge of the falls. The walk was 1,800 feet long, which is more than half a mile, and nerve-wracking to boot. Show More Summary
Daredevil Nik Wallenda, a seventh-generation circus performer (of the famous Flying Wallendas family), became the first person to cross over Niagara Falls on a tightrope as he completed the feat 200 feet above the Niagara River on the evening of June 15.
NET 8PM 8:30PM 9PM 9:30PM 10PM 10:30PM ABC Countdown to Niagara: The Greatest Megastunts of All Time Megastunts “Highwire Over Niagara Falls – Live!” CBS Undercover Boss (R) CSI: NY (R) Blue Bloods (R) CW Nikita (R) Supernatural (R) FOX House (R) Bones (R) HBO The Ricky Gervias Show Girls (R) Real Time with BillRead More
8:00 Countdown to Niagara: The Greatest Megastunts of All Time (new) 9:00 Megastunts - Highwire Over Niagara Falls - Live! (new) 11:35 Nightline (new) 12:00 Jimmy Kimmel Live (repeat, with guests Kim, Khloe, and Kourtney Kardashian ) 8:00...Show More Summary
Ryan Gosling couldn't bring girlfriend Eva Mendes to his native Canadian province of Ontario without a visit to its most famous attraction - Niagara Falls!...