NIAGARA FALLS – It’s been 9 months since the King of the High Wire took his last step over the raging cataracts of Niagara Falls.And boy did Nik Wallenda miss them.“I feel like a kid at Disney World every time I come back,” Wallenda said at a news conference this morning. “There’s just something alluring about the falls.”Wallenda, in town to receive an award from the Niagara...
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Nik Wallenda made history last year by becoming the first person to walk over Horseshoe Falls on a tightrope, but his bucket list of crazy stunts doesn't stop there.
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NIAGARA FALLS – Daredevil Nik Wallenda, whose high-wire walk over Niagara Falls June 15 won new publicity for the area, was announced Friday as an award winner and keynote speaker for the Niagara USA Chamber’s annual awards gala March 22 in the Seneca Niagara Casino and Hotel.Wallenda is to receive the Visionary Award from the business group, president and CEO Deanna Brennen...
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Keeping your gut in balance might not be as difficult as Nik Wallenda's tightrope stroll over Niagara Falls, but a healthy mix of microbial bacteria in your intestines is important for keeping you on
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Nik Wallenda, the daredevil who crossed Niagara Falls on a tightrope last year, will try a similar stunt at the Grand Canyon in June, he announced on Monday.
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Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Lenny Roudner hosted his annual bash Saturday at his home on Hibiscus Island. Among those spotted gawking at the headlining entertainment, daredevil and tightrope walker Nik Wallenda, who in June walked on a tight rope over Niagara Falls and on Saturday did a cake walk over Hibiscus Island: Michael Bay, Jerry Bruckheimer, Cuba Gooding Jr. and, says...
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Read the Herald-Tribune's full coverage of Wallenda's Grand Canyon, Niagara Falls and Sarasota wirewalks and see photo galleries, video and more.
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Philippe Petit and Nik Wallenda have never met. That may be a good thing.
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LEWISTON – In a Niagara University commencement speech, Nik Wallenda said his 27-minute tightrope walk across Niagara Falls and its wind and blinding mist followed a life of conquered obstacles – from self-doubt to reluctant governments – that he hoped might inspire. “Seek out what makes you unique. ... From what vantage point do you hope to one day view your life?” said...
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In a bid for water-cooler fare, the cable channel will capture Nik Wallenda's tightrope walk at 1,500 feet above the Little Colorado River.
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