By Charlie Specht
Niagara Falls' new culinary school is usually buzzing with young people in chef whites. Tonight, they'll be replaced by politicos in suits as Mayor Paul Dyster gives his annual State of the City address.
Dyster is expected to focus on recent progress in downtown development, specifically tourism drivers like the culinary institute and a mixed-use hotel planned across the street.
I'll be live-tweeting the speech @CharlieBuffNews. If there's anything particularly newsworthy (these speeches are hit or miss) you can look for it more in-depth in tomorrow's paper, too.