Four Points Sheraton offers a new spot for fun

"The closest place you can go for something like this is on Clifton Hill,” Gentilcore said above the din of bells, whistles and paint ball guns. The Fun Zone is a new arcade and game experience located at the Four Points Sheraton on Fallsview Boulevard and in the words of manager Nick Gentilcore, “there’s nothing else like it on the street. NIAGARA FALLS — Residents and visitors looking for a little fun have a new play where they can play. The Fun Zone is more like five attractions in one with its glow in the dark mini putt, haunted hallway, mirror maze, laser tag and a pair of gun ranges.

A Generosity of Rembrandts: The Late Works at the Rijksmuseum

  1. Money he used to buy designer accessories from Prada, they say, came in monthly settlement checks from a lead-paint lawsuit against the owners of the house where he grew up. One friend Officers then dragged his seemingly limp body to a police van.
  2. Even early on, Rembrandt was interested in the potential of paint, applying it in juicy brushstrokes and scratching into it when wet with the butt end of his brush (see the floorboards in the “Artist in his Studio”). All half-lengths, the self
  3. But fifth-generation Forestville native Catherine Bartolomei Smith toured the property when it was for sale and convinced her brother, Joe Bartolomei, that they should buy the place and transform it into a high-end inn for west Sonoma County. The