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Take Me To The River

Expertly renovated, passionately redesigned and furnished with flair, this exceptional Amherstburg homestead is a place...

Life In The Saddle

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

June 27th Miracle Project

Residents, community leaders and local businesses came together to participate in the June 27th Miracle Project—the...

A Dream Come True

When talking to National Hockey League (NHL) referee Mitch Dunning, one thing becomes apparent: That he’s spent most of...

Be The Best Bee You Can Be

“I want to feel connected, authentically not electronically. I feel suffocated by my insecurities, as the hunger of...

Mr. Emancipation

Mr. Emancipation: The Walter Perry Story is an account of Windsor’s Walter Perry, whose progressive festival flourished...

Teaching In Thailand

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

A Dream Come True

“It’s all about capturing stories,” Krystle states. “Things like rundown barns and old farm equipment, to me, have a...

A Creative Spark

For makeup artist Taylor Vigneux, it’s all about sharing what’s in her mind with the world. A modern Renaissance Woman...

Gamechanger

They say that necessity is the mother of invention. Perhaps no local invention embodies that spirit more completely...

Family Feud Canada

On December 16th, 2019, the Canadian Broadcasting Centre (CBC) premiered their own version of a classic American game...

Passion and Emotion

The Essex County War Memorial/Cenotaph at Windsor City Hall Square has seen many November 11th remembrance ceremonies...

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...

A New Horizon

“We consider it not only our job, but our duty, to continue to provide the highest level of care as possible to our...

A Team of Volunteers

When the COVID-19 pandemic landed on the world with both feet, citizen volunteers immediately launched into action...

ABX Blues Project

When asked to describe blues music, Neil Fowler of the ABX Blues Project points to the unity of the soundscape. “Basic...

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...

Madrid

Anthony Bourdain once said that “there are very few negatives to say, if any, about this beautiful country.” After...

Adventure Tourism

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

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...

A Safer Community

There’s a classroom at St. Clair College that is not like the others. Suite 3304, located on the third floor of the...

The Show Must Go On

If there is one thing the global pandemic, and subsequent lockdown, has taught the world, it’s the importance of our...

Sara Santarossa

“I’m still a member of LAWS,” Sara explains. “Five years ago, I was just a volunteer. Now, I’m sitting on the Board of...

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...

Look Who’s Cooking At Home

Readily admitting “I love to eat but I’m not someone who was gifted with the joy of cooking or really even any skill...

Summer Staycation

“This year, people aren’t able to travel like they used to,” the wife says. “We are happier than ever that we have this...

Kelli Koski

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

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...

Man On A Minefield

When listening to 17 year old Brett Brochu, a goalie for the London Knights, describe the role, it sounds like a high...

Colleen Reaume

For Colleen Reaume, the new Executive Director of the Hospice of Windsor and Essex County, it all started with a...

Barbecues and Buddha

East meets West in a Lakeshore backyard, where the large family can unwind together with yoga in the Zen garden or kick back on Muskoka chairs and roast sausages over the firepit. Savvy landscape design enables them to...

The Sky Is The Limit

The razor hum of wings slicing through the air with the precision of finely tuned blades. The reverberating, bone-rattling buzz of compact, powerful engines. The whooping laughter of the pilots as their RC planes dance...

Life At Shutter Speed

“I’d always been a birder,” he explains, “and it naturally led to taking pictures of the birds and wildlife. I’ve been involved in photography since the days of film in the mid-nineties. Then went into digital.”

Fast Greens

An anonymous author once wrote that: “Golf can best be defined as an endless series of tragedies obscured by the occasional miracle.”

Freedom To Float

According to Deanna Papineau, it’s easy to reach for the stars when your feet barely touch the ground.

Reclaiming the Pen

Every year, a month before verdant spring bleaches into another scorching summer, we gather together to celebrate Mother’s Day.

Muddy Water

“My style is unique in that it blends classic pop, folk and the work of contemporary singer-songwriters,” Madeline explains. “My sound reflects a real love for that retro pop and soul.”

For The Fallen

From 5 am on May 29th to 9 pm on May 30th, you might catch a glimpse of him. At first glance, he might not draw too much attention to himself. Just a 56-year-old man in running shoes, with a pair of water bottles...