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Spirits of the Past

The Donnelly Massacre took place at midnight, on January 4th, 1880, when the local vigilance committee stormed the...

Bridging Past and Present with Art

It will be like a scene from a modern-day fable: over the next two years, images of an indigenous hoop dancer, a bear...

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...

Turki Ayash

Many of us remember larking our way through our high school CPR lessons. The exercise mats. The pale, featureless...

Motorcycle Raffle

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

Dream Reapers

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

Reclaiming the Pen

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

Look Who’s Cooking At Home

Long-time radio host Lynn Martin engages with a lot of people in their homes and businesses. In her own home, she loves...

Bassam Mnaymneh

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

Sleep In Heavenly Peace

“No kid sleeps on the floor in our town.” That’s the motto of Sleep in Heavenly Peace, an international organization...

Rolling Through Life

It’s difficult to describe Jakob Skrzypa's short film Balls! to the uninitiated.

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...

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...

Take Me To The River

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

A Dream Come True

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

All The Right Moves

As “blessings in disguise” go, this one was pretty harsh. Amherstburg native, James Heugh, had spent seven years...

Hockey Night In Windsor

When it comes to talent, Windsor is a startlingly diverse community. Artists. Athletes. Entertainers. Entrepreneurs...

The Matchette House

The Matchette is a lot of things. A modern-day castle with a resort-like feel. A union of fire, water and stone. But...

Creating a Lasting Legacy in Your Community

With over 85,000 non-profits and donations totalling over $15 billion, philanthropy is a big business in Canada...

Roman De Angelis

On June 12, Belle River native, Roman De Angelis and his co-driver, Ross Gunn, snagged the top spot in the GT Daytona...

Ahmad Othman

For many of us, our canvases are slashed with dark shadows. However, one young Windsorite has found a way to spread...

The Best Kind of Positive

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

Passion and Emotion

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

What is Your Life Print?

To the uninitiated, the concept of wealth might arouse only one question: “Where do we start spending?” In reality...

Nicole Anderson

In many ways, Nicole Anderson (née Sleiman) has been surrounded by entrepreneurs her whole life.

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...

Jeff Lemire’s Art Imitates Life

The new Netflix limited series, Sweet Tooth, begins with the words: “This is a story… a story of a very special boy…”...

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...

Big Game of The Sea

“I’ve been fishing since I can first remember, literally, from three years old,” he said.

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...

The Matchette House

The Matchette is a lot of things. A modern-day castle with a resort-like feel. A union of fire, water and stone. But most significantly, the Matchette House is a dynamic union of several paradoxes.

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 being kind to people’s dreams

Big Game of The Sea

“I’ve been fishing since I can first remember, literally, from three years old,” he said.

Movies & Drawings

Steven Clay Hunter has one pertinent piece of advice for young aspiring artists: You don’t have to be a teacher if you do not want to.

Field of Dreams

“I didn’t think I would be called up when I did. My focus has always been on being a good player. It caught me by surprise—a pleasant surprise.” 

Summer Moon

If Brendan Scott Friel has one thing he is eternally grateful for, it’s this: That he found his “thing” very early.

Sunken Thrones

“When one kingdom drowns, a new one must rise in its place,” Stuart writes. “So begins the saga of that kingdom, and the man who would rule it all.”