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3 Reasons to Visit Hernder Estate Wines

In Niagara’s wine country, there are literally more excellent wineries than you can shake a stick at. In fact, there are more excellent wineries than makes sense given the relatively small size of the Niagara Peninsula, and yet, great wine is made here and enjoyed here day in and day out, and it’s been that […]

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Spotlight on This Year’s Shaw Festival

There are many highlights and wonders that accompany the arrival of springtime in the Niagara region. The weather warms. The night retreats, and daffodils and tulips pop up in bright bursts of color around the area’s many beautiful parks, vineyards, and farms. One more wonder of springtime in Niagara is a wonder of theater as […]

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2 Rock and Roll Shows You Need to Catch This May in Niagara

There are many reasons people love to vacation in Niagara. The wine is ubiquitous, delicious, and award-winning. The craft brew scene is burgeoning and top-notch. The accommodations and dining are second-to-none, and, of course, those waterfalls really will leave you speechless. As if that list weren’t already enough, the entertainment offered throughout the region is […]

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5 Ways to Spend the Day in Niagara-on-the-Lake That Have Nothing to Do With Wine

Known as a hotbed of award-winning wines, the Niagara Peninsula, and Niagara-on-the-Lake in particular, draws oenophiles from around the globe with astonishing and increasing frequency. The bucolic landscape, the cutting-edge technology, the never-ending stream of wine festivals and wine events — if you enjoy the fruit of the wine and the work and culture that […]

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Spotlight on the Crossing Point Tour

One of the darkest parts of American history centers on the institution of slavery. Both before the American Revolutionary War and after, the trafficking of African people was big business that drove everything from industry and agriculture to politics and culture in the burgeoning democracy. As the abolitionist movement that finally led to the American […]

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