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Home Ice Advantage

As winter comes on, thoughts turn to the good old hockey game—on TV, at the local arena and, for some, in their very...

Infested

Author Christian Laforet finds few things as unsettling as apartment buildings. “They’re kind of strange, when you...

Muddy Water

“My style is unique in that it blends classic pop, folk and the work of contemporary singer-songwriters,” Madeline...

Running On Better Days

You hear that catchy tune that plays exactly the words that you needed to hear.

Remembering Two Area Business Icons

In the region’s construction and automotive sectors, there are two names that have each left an indelible mark on the...

Optimistic For The Future

Perhaps no one was in a more vulnerable position when the COVID-19 pandemic entered our community than the residents in...

Rising Star

Chelsey Danfield’s life changed forever when her grandfather bought her a bedazzled jean skirt with a matching vest...

A Christmas Chalet

Owning your dream home is something to aspire to.

Transforming the Alleyway

Art has its beautiful way of inspiring us to stop, think, and reflect, and the murals down Butterfly Lane were created...

Sacrifice, Strategy and Second Chances

were able to see the St. Clair College’s Fratmen football team return to the field.

Scale and Stories

When local photographer Glenn Gervais stares down his lens, he isn’t necessarily looking for the obvious. He’s looking...

The Best Kind of Positive

People with courage and creativity are finding ways to make the best of this unprecedented situation by taking positive...

Moving Forward

Reva Rozwaski grew up in a small town in Poland called Diatlova, which is now located in Belarus. “I grew up in an old...

Chris Taylor

Creating music has always been the lifelong passion of Chris Taylor, the President of Music Global at Entertainment One...

Doing Our Part

An Essex County Facebook group, dedicated to the preservation of monarch butterflies, has found an easy, enjoyable way...

The Power of Choice

Nour Hachem-Fawaz didn’t go from grassroots to award winning national not-for-profit president and founder overnight...

A Contemporary Paradise

With a canvas of almost 20,000 square feet to work with—minus house and pool house—a true work of art had to be...

Photos of a Wren

“Music was my first passion,” Ava explains. “But writing has also always been a huge part of my life. I guess it comes...

Buck Twenty

Local country music band Buck Twenty is a sound that’s meant to be experienced, not described.

Golf Oscar Tango

Interesting how we can live near someone, learn about them through casual conversation, and then one day realize: “My...

A Year in Review

Windsor Life Revisits Some Very Interesting Stories From Years Past Story by Michael Seguin Well, that was...

The Many Faces of Nick Marra

After more than 30 years in Hollywood, LaSalle native, Nick Marra, is at the top of his game in a city not known for...

A New Way Forward

What’s there to say about a woman like Jennifer Jones? Not nearly enough. Jennifer Jones has a long list of accolades...

Adventure Tourism

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

Hidden History

“One person’s trash is another person’s treasure” is certainly true when it comes to the hidden history lying on the...

Autumn Kings

From playing Guitar Hero in their basement to rocking the Strawberry Fest and now touring across North America, the...

The Bike Boom

In the last few months, swarms of cyclists have taken to the streets, taking advantage of the summer weather to enjoy...

Building A Legacy

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

The Lasting Gift of Donation

Jarrett Pike didn’t donate his kidney to be recognized as a hero, but he’s been seen as one all the same. When his...

Simply The Best

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

Big Wide World

For most people, places like Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti, and Zanzibar are exotic names found in books and movies.

Leading the Windsor Symphony Orchestra

The communications and fund-raising career of Patti Lauzon came full circle when she accepted the role as new Executive Director of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra (WSO).

The Band With a Big Heart

Exactly One Year After Their Last Concert Here, The Trews Bring “Kitchen Party Culture” Back To Caesars Windsor Story by Karen Tinsley Photography by David Bastedo Hailing from Antigonish, Nova Scotia, The Trews (Colin...

Unpredictable Noir Fiction

Noir fiction comprises a marked darkness in theme and subject matter, unfolding against a backdrop of systemic and institutional corruption.

Natural Beauty

After all these years, Steve Biro is still searching for the perfect shot.