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    Culture Days 2018

    September is when Niagara “wakes up” (especially after the humid languid Summer) and this is manifest in Culture Days (September 28th to 30th) here in STC. Your #artcriticfromhell loves the Fall, because it means new exhibitions / events / happenings in Niagara. So, let’s go then, you and I, to see what you should fully […] More

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    sTars: Cosmic News for Humans: September 2018

    Aries (March 21 – April 19): How do you get things to move more freely? If you ask this question right now you will be given the answer. The energy is beginning to loosen but it requires your participation. Your physical vehicle has everything to do with how you are being in the world. Notice […] More

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    Single Taken Complicated: Red Flags

    Hello, my pretties, It’s been a minute, hasn’t it? I’m so sorry if you have missed me, I certainly missed all of you. What a scorchingly hot summer we have endured. I hope you enjoyed every single moment. Speaking of single moments, I hope some of you fell in love this summer, or perhaps you […] More

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    @TheJustRipe: Le Provocateur Gamay Rose

    Brosé; a Rosé for the bros..? A term that I have seen popping up all around the web and let’s face it, it’s catchy. Although many places across the globe produce amazingly complex, dry and savory Rosés that are for everyone regardless of what your genitals look like. I totally believe that Rosé should be […] More

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    Celebration of Nations: An Inclusive Indigenous Gathering

    The FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre and Kakekalanicks Indigenous Arts & Consultancy present the second annual Celebration of Nations, a gathering of Indigenous arts, culture, and tradition in downtown St. Catharines from September 7–9. Celebration of Nations is part of a long-term vision of Kakekalanicks, the FirstOntario PAC, and the City of St. Catharines to build […] More

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    Hear! Here! Returns For Another Year

    For those unaware of Mark Lalama, he is a bonifide Niagara talent. Born in Welland, ON, Lalama found his talents lied on the keyboard. When he’s not performing live, he’s in the studio writing, recording or producing. The list of musicians Lalama has worked with is astounding. Four years ago, The Mark Lalama Trio started […] More

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    Celebrating Six Years Of The Finest Art & Music In Niagara

    From September 14-16, the sixth annual Carmel Fine Art & Music Festival will take place at Firemen’s Park in Niagara Falls. Admission to the Festival is 5$ for both Saturday & Sunday, but the Friday Night Artists Gala’s ticket price is $15, where you’ll have the opportunity to meet the artists while enjoying a complimentary […] More

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    This Year’s Niagara Falls Night of Art Will Be Memoryal

    On September 20 the Niagara Falls History Museum will be hosting their sixth annual Niagara Falls Night of Art. While many of the artists have not been revealed at the time of print, over 50 artists are scheduled for the event, ranging from art installations, art exhibitions, live music and interactive crafts and activities for […] More

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    Recovering Sabina

    While the #MeToo Movement has had its share of successes and failures, there are few that can discount the importance of the movement. In it remains a sense of optimism, helping women share stories – sometimes about themselves, sometimes about others. This is the intersection where Stolen Theatre Collective’s Sabina’s Splendid Brain lives. Sabina’s Splendid […] More

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    Life is Great at the Grand Hotel

    Grand Hotel is this year’s must-see musical.Directed by Eda Holmes, the play is based on Viki Baum’s novel, Menschen im Hotel, written in 1929. Viki Baum was an Austrian writer, musician and journalist and many of her novels have been adapted as movies and stage plays. Grand Hotel is one of these adaptations with a […] More

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    DJ Marinko’s Monthly Mix

    Marinko is a DJ and tastemaker living and working in Niagara. He has performed internationally, and is the curator of ECHO site specific concerts at Rodman Hall. You can book Marinko to DJ at popcommedia.com “Sweet September” is the second mixtape for The Sound. Stream it for free at thesound.rocks. Like, Follow, Subscribe, and if […] More

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