Music echoed down Niagara Falls streets as the second annual Porchfest turned neighbourhoods into amphitheatres.
Every Tuesday this summer, you'll find Niagara Falls musician Rick Richardson busking at the same place: Queen Street, in front of the Provincial Offences Court building, with his guitar case open.
One of rock's most legendary front men is on his way to the Fallsview Casino.
For Shelley Glica, this year's Porchfest won't just be about the music. It'll be a break from the worst year of her life.
The Niagara Parks Commission and FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre will celebrate Indigenous culture with an outdoor concert Aug. 19.
Mama mia! Thursday night at the Fonthill bandshell is prime time to hear the classic songs of Sweden’s most successful pop band.
The first Pelham Indie Music Festival takes over Peace Park in Fonthill on Saturday.
The Triplets of Belleville (2003) is a modern classic, one of those rare cinematic accomplishments, an independent feature animation film five years in the making.
Yellow Door Theatre Project is throwing itself a Summer Soiree.