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Business: There’s nothing empty about Void Of Course Crystals

A gallery, a clothing store, an astrological think factory, a place for learning and healing and just plain good vibes — this is Void Of Course Crystals, Niagara-on-the-Lake’s newest...

Arts: Swifties bond over drinks and tunes at Limited Distillery

Swifties flocked to Limited Distillery and SRC Vinyl on Sunday in Virgil for a...

Arts: Willowbank hosts virtual open house for prospective students

Willowbank is hosting a virtual open house this month, aiming to attract people who...

Shaw Festival to use federal money to promote human connections

Humans. There are more of us than ever, yet it seems like we're more...

Arts: Win Henstock’s painting of gazebo is cover of new tourism map

It's an instantly recognizable location you likely pass by a lot on Front Street...

2024 Willowbank grads all working in heritage sector

The latest cohort of students from Willowbank's heritage conservation program graduated in a convocation ceremony on the weekend — and all 10 grads are...

NOTL Museum’s spotlight on donors: Geoffrey and Lorraine Joyner

“The Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum is the pride of the community,” declared Lorraine Joyner, as she discussed the future of the museum and the reason she...

Sam Roberts Band continues its Jackson-Triggs tradition

A familiar face will kick off Jackson-Triggs’ annual summer concert series in June. Sam Roberts Band will open the series with shows on June 7...

Garden club members reveal some design secrets

Elizabeth Goldman Special to The Lake Report At their March monthly meeting, Garden Club of Niagara members shared the techniques they used to create some of...

Wilson and Seeger bring ‘Taylor’ and ‘Pink’ to Corks

If you couldn’t get your hands on those Eras Tour tickets, Corks is bringing it to Niagara-on-the-Lake this weekend.  On Friday and Saturday, April 5...

Todd Green reconciles feelings of personal loss with ‘Five Years Later’

Todd Green wears many hats. By day, he’s a marketing professor at Brock University in St. Catharines. Outside of the university, the St. Davids resident...

Arts: Raise your gimlet for the Shaw at Shivaree on April 13

Arlyn Levy Special to The Lake Report  When guests arrive at the Shivaree, the annual fundraiser for the Shaw Festival, they’re traditionally greeted with a gimlet....

Arts: Music Niagara announces new chair ahead of summer fest

A new chief is stepping up to lead the way at Music Niagara for another season of celebrating Niagara's talented and passionate musicians. Paul Shelestowsky, a...

Arts: Singer brings impersonations to stage at Corks this Friday

Angela Seeger's 'What's in the trunk?' performance showcases some of your favourite stars   Angela Seeger got her start in musical theatre and formed her first...

Music Niagara hosts chamber choir at St. Mark’s

Music Niagara and St. Mark's Church are teaming up to present a performance from a chamber choir hailing from Western Canada. On Tuesday, March 26,...

Celebrate the journey of aging at Pumphouse’s latest exhibition

A Niagara-on-the-Lake painter who brought a huge splash of colour to Virgil last fall with a mural paying tribute to agriculture workers is set...

Arts: NOTL songwriter releases first self-produced singles

Jenny Scott has been surrounded by music for her entire life.  “Well, my grandmother was a piano teacher, so growing up it was kind of...

Arts: Indigenous artist’s exhibition extended at RiverBrink

Debra Antoncic Special to The Lake Report A wonderful burst of colour awaits visitors in the exhibition "Samuel Thomas: New Beginnings," which has been extended until...

Arts: Whole school plays a role in annual Laura Secord musical

Lucy Hopkins Special to Niagara Now/The Lake Report Students at Laura Secord Secondary School are working 9 to 5 — or more — to prepare for...

Arts: Niagara artists showcased at Ontario Legislature

Works by artists Deborah Whitehouse of Niagara-on-the-Lake and Elaine Bryck of Fort Erie are now being featured in a special exhibition at the Ontario...

Arts: Olde Angel Inn featured in CBC’s new ghost hunting series

Many residents of Niagara-on-the-Lake could likely recite a piece of history about the Olde Angel Inn — and some may even know that it's...

Arts: Colin Brezicki launches anthology of award-winning short stories

Writer Colin Brezicki has a unique analogy for his creative process — he says that we carry stories inside us like embryos surrounded by...

Arts: Edison Singers herald the Christmas season in NOTL

Like almost all professional musicians, Jim Bourne wears many musical hats.  It’s a hard-won life, fuelled by passion more than money. It is just what...

Arts: Artist’s miniature dioramas take you back in time

Connecting with our past can take many forms. We read books, watch movies, visit historical sites and we go to museums. Among its exhibitions, the...

Arts: NOTL author chosen for crime writers’ panel

A Niagara-on-the-Lake author has been selected to participate in a panel discussion hosted by the Crime Writers of Canada in Toronto this December. T. Lawrence...

Arts: Yellow Door’s ‘Newsies’ is selling out fast

The Yellow Door Theatre Project of Niagara-on-the-Lake is back this holiday season with another production brought to you by the talented young performers of...

Arts: ‘It was like you were in a dream’

Janice White has always loved capturing motion in her photography.  For her first-ever exhibition, Ironwood Cider House has on display several images in which White...

Arts: ‘The Mistletoe Bride’ is back – at Silversmith and Ironwood this Christmas

Tara Rosling’s annual Christmas performance may not be for the faint of heart. The veteran stage and TV actress says a woman fainted during her...

Arts: NOTL illustrator releases first children’s book – with familiar title character

Darren Cranford has illustrated dozens of books for other authors but, until now, he has never written one of his own. At the end of...

State of the Shaw: Audience slow to return to pre-COVID levels

Tim Jennings remains an optimist. It's a must when you're overseeing operations of the Shaw Festival, a major regional economic driver and the country's second-largest live...

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