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Medical side of history is always well documented

Medical side of history is always well documented

The NOTL Museum’s Katelynn Best is digitizing and uploading a portion of the vast collection of items.
Not So Late Show a mix of comedy and music

Not So Late Show a mix of comedy and music

Joe Pillitteri interviews Marcel Morgenstern at Yuk Yuk’s, for a Music Niagara series. (Photos by Mike Balsom) Hosting a talk show is a natural extension of what Niagara-on-the-Lake comedian and business owner Joe Pillitteri does on a regular basis.
Pumphouse offering online fundraising ‘flash sale’

Pumphouse offering online fundraising ‘flash sale’

An original painting by Raymond Martin is one of the items available in the Pumphouse flash sale.
Local author writes about importance of monarchy

Local author writes about importance of monarchy

David Smith After a distinguished career in academia, and with a list of scholarly and authoritative tomes on Canadian politics, the constitution and federalism to his credit, David Smith says he might just have written his last book.
Words of diversity, inclusivity, equality pack powerful message

Words of diversity, inclusivity, equality pack powerful message

Message of love: We can strive for unconditional love for others, regardless of such characteristics as race, place of origin, age, gender, gender choice, sexual orientation, religious belief or non-belief, or disability – and more.
Shaw opening play ‘will leave you enriched’

Shaw opening play ‘will leave you enriched’

Playwright Keith Barker ​(from Native Earth Performing Arts) It’s the earliest opening ever for the Shaw Festival Theatre, as the 10-day run of This Is How We Got Here kicks off the 2022 season Wednesday, Feb. 9.
Using GIS to study local economic development

Using GIS to study local economic development

Jessica Linzel introduces her research into early Niagara economic development using GIS, including local spots such as the Chrysler Farm.
Museum reopening in time for Free February

Museum reopening in time for Free February

The current exhibition at the NOTL Museum is Photographic Memory, which explores photographs of the community from 1945 to 1985. The photos include one of Shaw Festival founder Brian Doherty, Ontario lawyer and playwright.
Pumphouse hoping for 1,000 origami cranes

Pumphouse hoping for 1,000 origami cranes

The Pumphouse’s administrative assistant, Jodi Eppler, has already started folding the cranes, and has received some from residents.
Music Niagara and other festivals present July in January

Music Niagara and other festivals present July in January

Musicians to perform in recent Music Niagara Festivals are Sora Sato-Mound (top left), Donovan Locke and Alisha Oliver (top right), Emma Meinrenken (bottom left) and Atis Bankas, Victoria Kogan and Dobrochna Zubek (bottom right).