The 92-41 blowout against the Waterloo Warriors is the fifth win for the University of Windsor Lancers women’s basketball team in the OUA basketball tournament. On Nov. 23, the no. 5-ranked Lancers started with a strong lead of 25-11 in the first quarter and continued their advance, resulting in a 51-point win.
By Kevin Blondin Local musicians and independent music enthusiasts are already familiar with the Phog Lounge. The little red building downtown has become a staple in the Windsor arts and music scene. In 2009, the small alternative bar reached
By Sonia Jacob The 92-41 blowout against the Waterloo Warriors is the fifth win for the University of Windsor Lancers women’s basketball team in the OUA basketball tournament. On Nov. 23, the no. 5-ranked Lancers started with a strong lead of 25-11 in the first quarter and continued their advance, resulting
By Sonia Jacob The 92-41 blowout against the Waterloo Warriors is the fifth win for the University of Windsor Lancers women’s basketball team in the OUA basketball tournament. On Nov. 23, the no. 5-ranked Lancers started with a strong lead of 25-11 in the first quarter and continued their advance,
By Joe Gibel Many people are still collecting VHS tapes around the world, years after production has ceased. In the early 1980s, bringing movies home for your pleasure became mainstream for the first time thanks to the invention of
It’s a shopper’s paradise in Windsor as retailers slash prices for Black Friday. Devonshire Mall, Windsor’s largest retail centre, has been preparing for Nov. 25, when it will host Black Friday sales. Everywhere, you can see eye-catching discount posters.
By Noah Gecelovsky This November, men are joining the fight against cancer and men’s mental health by growing out their facial hair and giving donations to the Movember Foundation and local cancer centres. Movember started in Melbourne, Australia
By Ryan Jones Known as a practice that strengthens the mind, body and soul, yoga is becoming a form of exercise used by more than one million Canadians. The 2005 Statistics Canada report on physical activity also reveals more
By Cody Rusan The Detroit Pistons will say goodbye to the Palace of Auburn Hills at the conclusion of their season. Detroit basketball has called the Palace home since 1988 and are now set to join the Detroit Red
by Aaron Lombardi Members of Walpole Island council attended the Herb Gray Parkway opening to honour the relationship the council shares with Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation. The parkway trail, which officially opened on Nov. 9, stretches 17 km between
For children who celebrate Sinterklaas, every holiday season is full of excitement. For some adults it triggers a racial debate. Sinterklaas is an annual celebration in the Netherlands and the Caribbean. It is also celebrated by Canadians of Dutch and
By Alyssa Leonard An Essex teen is missing more than just books from her town library. As the strike approaches its five month mark, Essex resident Paige Jimmerfield, 13, said she misses having a place to go and hang
By Maryam Farag Wayne State University recently hosted an open house at St. Clair College for students. Student recruiters from Wayne State University carried out a friendly takeover of the St. Clair College Centre for the Arts on Nov.
By Felicia Patterson Two programs at St.Clair College are preparing to put on their annual Christmas show. The music theatre performance program has been preparing since September to host the 11th annual Christmas show. Students are required to take part in the annual holiday production as part
By Ryan Blevins Herman heads to OFSAA The Herman Green Griffins defeated Sarnia St. Patrick’s in the South Western Ontario Secondary School Athletic Association championship Oct. 23 by a score of 41-7. Coming off their most physical game of
by Zander Kelly Windsor residents were invited to tour the site of the future Gordie Howe Bridge plaza on Nov. 19. The bridge will connect the Herb Gray Parkway to the American interstates 75 and 94. It is estimated
By Maryam Farag The Arabic dish called shawarma has been winning the love of Canadians for years, especially in Windsor. The Lebanese shawarma is a Levantine Arab meat preparation where chicken, turkey, beef, veal, buffalo meat or mixed meats
by Dawn Gray The fifth annual Winter Fest parade featured roasted chestnuts, fresh beaver tails and Motown legends Martha Reeves and the Vandellas. The parade was produced by the Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association and took place at 3 p.m.
By Torcia Velthuizen City council has approved spending $20,000 for an independent study of four intersections deemed the most dangerous for cyclists. The four intersections have been identified in a report released by the City of Windsor based on