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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...

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 Historical Landmark

Windsor possesses some truly grandiose historical landmarks. That said, few can rival Our Lady of The Assumption...

Mia Tannous

Momentum is a powerful thing, Mia Tannous explains. And over the last five years, Mia has taken advantage of her...

Dream Reapers

Karmic Malice Comics, a local publishing company, has just released the first issue of their debut title: Dream Reapers.

Teaching In Thailand

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

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...

Fighting Spirit

When you enter the ring, local fighter T.J. Laramie states, everything has a way of melting away. “You could never...

The Generosity of Betty Nixon

Saint Thomas Aquinas once wrote that, “Charity brings life again to those who are spiritually dead.” If that is the...

Mr. Emancipation

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

Adventure Tourism

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

Last Call

How far would you go to save a stranger’s life? That’s the central question posited by Gavin Michael Booth’s feature...

Unchartered Waters

Every community chooses a single quality to define themselves. Innovation. Excellence. Or, in Windsor’s case...

Putting With Sue

There’s one golf league in Windsor-Essex that is anything but par for the course. On Monday mornings, a gang of seniors...

Joe Paonessa

Last month, Joe Paonessa, a local firefighter, traveled to Santa Monica to compete in the second annual Arnold...

The Gimmal Ring

It’s been a long time between stories for Karen Koski. She was born Karen Clark and grew up in Kingsville. She wrote...

Building A Legacy

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

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...

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...

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...

Passion and Emotion

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

The Line Of Duty

A few months ago, Patricia Murphy, a resident of Niagara Street, received a peculiar letter from a pair of St. Anne...

Powerhouse Vocals

Krisalyn (who performs under the stage name Krisalyn Bell) is one of Windsor’s youngest, most powerful voices.

Madrid

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

Heirloom

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

A Magical Cirque Christmas

With his wife’s ankles locked around his neck, a muscular man on roller skates spins around and around until the couple...

Nolan Martin

An artist from an early age, Nolan always expressed himself through a wide variety of ways. “I like doing everything,”...

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...

A Selfless Act

Of all the special occasions Jordan Guenette and Derek Bacvar spend together, they both agree that right up there is...

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 and accomplishments.

Look Who’s Cooking At Home

The heart of the Holiday Season for our family is Christmas Eve dinner celebrated in the traditional Polish way with twelve fish and vegetarian dishes. The centrepiece is the delicious red beet soup called borscht, my...

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 from Adam’s Diary”, published in 1893 to commemorate the 1893 Buffalo Pan-American Exhibition.

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 awareness of the value of connection.

Stephen Gibb

A visit to Stephen Gibb’s website/online gallery is like a stroll through a nightmare carnival of leering faces—some smiling maniacally, some in terror—where the observer sees how characters from fairy tales and nursery...

Corona Virus Came To Town

Children’s author, Pam Stradeski’s latest book, Corona Virus Came to Town, has the deceptively simple title of a fable.

McKenna Lumley

Few young people are as remarkable—or have endured as much—as Windsor’s Mckenna Lumley.
When she was four years old, Mckenna’s mother, Karen Metcalfe, noticed that her daughter was displaying some unusual behavior.