by George Bailey   

Here is another of my favourite photos from my historic photograph collection. This is an intriguing picture of a family dining on the balcony of the Refectory Restaurant ( now re-named Edgewaters) in 1926.Everyone is dressed in their Sunday best and eve... Read more...

by George Bailey   

At The Brink in the 1930’s This is one of my favourite photographs from my personal collection. Things were different when you visited Niagara Falls in the 1930’s. Note the formality of dress of the people who are standing at the wall near the edge of th... Read more...

by George Bailey   

I read in our local Niagara Falls Review that several tourist operators say they are having a very good business year due to the stronger American dollar and the Pan Am Games that are now currently happening in Welland, St. Catharines and Toronto. Wayne... Read more...

by George Bailey   

Between Oct, 24, 1901 and Oct, 20 2003, 16 different people, including two women, intentionally tried to, “beat” Niagara by plunging over the Canadian Horseshoe Falls (no one has ever tried to go over the American Falls because of the heavy rock below the... Read more...

by George Bailey   

Perhaps one of the most miraculous Niagara stories took place on July 9th, 1960, 55 years ago when a seven year old accidentally went over the Canadian Horseshoe Falls wearing only a life jacket and a bathing suit and lived. Here’s what happened. Roger W... Read more...

by George Bailey   

I took a sunset cruise of the lower Niagara River to the mouth of Lake Ontario last night and at the same time enjoyed a lovely dinner aboard the Niagara River Belle. The occasion was a Volunteer Appreciation Night sponsored by our local Niagara Falls TV... Read more...

by George Bailey   

As usual, I had my morning coffee at Tim Hortons and struck up a conversation with two folks from South Carolina. They told me they were in Niagara Falls to attend a Model A Ford convention that was in the city this week. The convention is being held at t... Read more...

by George Bailey   

Mark, Saturday, June 20th, 2015 if you want to see the Pan Am Flame arrive at City Hall between 4:45 and 5:20. The celebration will continue the same day in Queen Victoria Park near the falls with inflatables, entertainment and giveaways from 5 pm. Until... Read more...

by George Bailey   

Happenings this Weekend The Rotary Sunrise Club of Niagara Falls is expecting 20,000 people to attend the 11th annual Ribfest that takes place this weekend from Friday to Sunday at the Niagara Square parking lot on Montrose Road. Parking, admission and... Read more...

by George Bailey   

The new Vintage Festival is the perfect way to celebrate the start of summer. With everyone heading outside there’s no better place to enjoy it than here in Niagara .There are over 5,989 hectares (14,800 acres) of lush vineyards and wine makers are eager... Read more...

by George Bailey   

I just picked up a copy of the Niagara Parks Visitor Guide for 2015/16 and am I impressed. The 48 page full colour guidebook is slick, easy to read and filled with plenty of things to see and do. The full colour glossy photography is superb! I think one... Read more...