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A Depth of Colour

When it comes to her work, Lorraine Moon finds herself fielding the same questions over and over again. Specifically:...

Danielle Campo-McLeod

Danielle Campo-McLeod’s parents realized something was different about her when she was still an infant. “When I was 15...

Look Who’s Cooking at Home

“I’m fairly certain my mom invented fusion dining. Growing up, every special occasion meal included dishes representing...

Beach Grove Golf & Country Club Centennial: Modern Times

A rumor persists that mobster, Al Capone, visited Beach Grove and possibly stayed the night in one of the rooms...

Matt Bhanks

Matt Bhanks was born in Toronto. His family moved to Windsor when he was 3 years old. “I’m 25 now,” he says, “and I...

Building A Legacy

For many of us, playing with LEGO was one of our earliest forms of creative expression. However, one lucky Windsorite...

Nature On A Grand Scale

The gorgeous cacti garden growing in the desert heat of his North Las Vegas home is nothing like the flower beds...

Simply The Best

Lemon, the Windsor pet budgie, soared above the competition. At the beginning of June this year, Pet Valu put out a...

Motorcycle Raffle

On Saturday, September 14th, the Fogolar Furlan Club of Windsor hosted the W.E. Care For Kids Foundation’s third Annual...

Adventure Tourism

Returning from safari in South Africa with their digital memory cards filled with images of elephants, giraffes and...

Teaching In Thailand

Thai Mueang, Thailand is as far from Harrow as Brittany Rocheleau has ever travelled, yet it reminds her of her...

The Gretzky Kid

The trajectory of Wayne Gretzky’s life changed forever when he met his hero, Tim Horton, in Brantford, 1968. Tim Horton...

Bassam Mnaymneh

On Thursday, September 19th, the sky above Windsor began to roar. From a distance, they look like swans. The planes...

The United Snakes

It’s hard to believe, but one of Windsor’s oldest and most established bands is still going strong….and mostly with its...

Walk Off The Earth

Hoping to attract a little attention for their Burlington-based band, a blonde woman flanked by four dark-haired men...

Look Who’s Cooking At Home

In the Liviero home, “Sunday is Pizza Day,” says John, owner of Sooter’s Photography. He and his wife, Anita, fire up...

The Dynasties & The Three

Bob Turner is a self-described “basketball junkie.” Bob first started playing basketball in high school before going on...

Staying Connected

One good thing to come out of this pandemic is how the isolation we’ve all been forced to endure has sparked a greater...

The Strength of a Community

On Wednesday, October 7th, beneath the hesitant sunlight, a small, masked, socially-distanced crowd gathered underneath...

The Accidental Rockstar

At the end of May, a documentary premiered on Cogeco’s YourTV network entitled: Pourquoi Take French: 25 Years of...

Let There Be Light!

There is no place quite like it on earth. Niagara Falls. Mark Twain set the Garden of Eden there in his story “Extracts...

Life In The Saddle

“It’s such an empowering feeling, being on top of a horse,” Becky explains. “You have this thousand-pound animal...

Heirloom

In many ways, Crissi Cochrane’s musical journey has been a circular one. It began in the Annapolis Valley, in a small...

Preventable Fires

This holiday season, the greatest gift you can give your family is safety. For the last several years, Windsor Fire and...

Look Who’s Cooking At Home

When NFL Super Bowl LIV kicks off on Feb. 2 in Miami, Derrick Drouillard will be at home in Windsor with his two...

Accentuating the Positive

When Heidi and Joe fell in love, one plus one equalled seven. Between them, they had two sons and three daughters, ages...

The Kilominator

Seven o’clock Sunday morning, September 6, riding my bike down the empty expanse of Howard Avenue—from its termination...

Taking Care of Your Mental Health

Three projects have arisen to support the mental health of those who are suffering: the University of Windsor Brief...

Strength in Numbers

“It is better to light a candle than to curse thedarkness.” That simple, profound statement has been alternately...

Kelli Koski

While working for the University of Windsor’s Faculty of Education, Kelli Koski instructed the Leadership Experience...

Take Me To The River

Expertly renovated, passionately redesigned and furnished with flair, this exceptional Amherstburg homestead is a place to embrace every season in Southern Ontario—truly a place to be.

Pandemic Portraits

“I’ve always done art,” Beth explains. “As far back as I can remember. Anyone that knows me from my childhood knows that I always had a pencil in my hand. But, I kept a lot of my art a secret. I just didn’t have the...

Dane Jacob Dillon

If Dane Jacob Dillon has a fatal flaw, it’s this: He can be talked into things. Dane is a 29-year-old award-winning bodybuilder and powerlifter. A Chatham native, Dane is currently ranked among the top 10 all-time...

Beach Grove Golf & Country Club Centennial: Beginning

n the July 9th edition of the newspaper, a small blurb appeared on the front page, titled “Name is Changed by Country Club”, which reported: “To avoid confusion with similar names, the St. Clair Beach and Country Club...

Beach Grove Golf & Country Club Centennial: Early Days

On Saturday, February 26, 1927, sometime around 7 o’clock in the morning, a fire started in the Beach Grove Clubhouse. The point of origin was an overheated furnace pipe in the basement. The ferocity of the inferno was...

Beach Grove Golf & Country Club Centennial: Modern Times

A rumor persists that mobster, Al Capone, visited Beach Grove and possibly stayed the night in one of the rooms available to members. Capone was an infamous Chicago mobster who went by the nickname “Scarface”. Capone...

Beach Grove Golf & Country Club Centennial: Today

“The fact that this business has existed for one hundred years is truly amazing,” says Aidan Blunt, General Manager of Beach Grove. “It is a testament to the commitment and hard work of so many members and staff...

Breaking Echoes

“I had always wanted my own studio,” Chase states. “But, when I was 15, studio time was very expensive. So, I heard that one of my friends was closing down his studio because he was moving to Toronto. I asked him if I...