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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...

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...

Steve Bell

Among the first things people notice about Steve Bell, former sports director at AM 800, is that he has his priorities...

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 Way Forward

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

A Selfless Act

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

Family Feud Canada

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

Teaching In Thailand

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

A Sense of Wonder

For photographer Steve Biro, everything comes back to a sense of wonder. “I try to look at the world around me the way...

Walk Off The Earth

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

A Voice For The Voiceless

On Saturday April 25th, Crime Stoppers of Windsor and Essex County will be celebrating their 35th Anniversary at the...

Russell Drago

From singing “Chim-Chim-Cheree” on the Cleary Auditorium stage as a 9-year-old Cub Scout, to his recent stellar...

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...

Coming To The Table

Windsor’s healthcare workers are in the line of fire. Thanks to dwindling medical supplies and steadily climbing...

Golf Oscar Tango

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

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...

Madrid

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

The Gretzky Kid

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

Breaking Echoes

“I had always wanted my own studio,” Chase states. “But, when I was 15, studio time was very expensive. So, I heard...

A Team of Volunteers

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

WEtech Alliance

February 11th, 2021 marks an important milestone for WEtech Alliance, a local Regional Innovation Centre. Ten years...

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...

Scott Clements

Scott Clements’ writing journey began in the unlikeliest of all places: a high school English class.

Artistic Approach

Five skilled weavers in Nepal sat side by side weaving for an entire year to craft a 9’ by 12’ rug commissioned for a...

Chris Taylor

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

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...

The Tea Party

Thirty years ago, on June 29th, 1990 the Tea Party was born at The Coach and Horses in Windsor, Ontario.

June 27th Miracle Project

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

Kelli Koski

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

The Kilominator

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

Steve Bell

Among the first things people notice about Steve Bell, former sports director at AM 800, is that he has his priorities straight. He also believes that little things matter. That’s how he missed the first call for our...

Inspiration and Education

The Miceli’s are an exceptionally close family of six. There’s the parents, John and Rita, the eldest Lauren, there’s Giaci and then the twins, Carolina and Maria.

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, Taylor seems to have done it all. She started training in gymnastics when she was two years old...

A Whole New School of Thought

Kent Walker is a man that dwells in two worlds. On the one hand, he’s firmly rooted in academia. For the last 11 years, he’s taught a variety of courses at the University of Windsor, before settling into his current...

WEtech Alliance

February 11th, 2021 marks an important milestone for WEtech Alliance, a local Regional Innovation Centre. Ten years ago, the organization was formed with a simple mission: to help grow tech companies of all stages and...

Family Feud Canada

On December 16th, 2019, the Canadian Broadcasting Centre (CBC) premiered their own version of a classic American game show: Family Feud Canada. The second season began airing on October 12th, 2020. And for Windsorites...

Strength in Numbers

“It is better to light a candle than to curse thedarkness.” That simple, profound statement has been alternately attributed to Eleanor Roosevelt, Confucius, and Charles Schulz. Without even knowing, Windsor-Essex County...

A Depth of Colour

When it comes to her work, Lorraine Moon finds herself fielding the same questions over and over again. Specifically: “Are those photographs?”