Cooked up, shook-up or looked up

Cooked up, shook-up or looked up

🕔10:05, 31.Jan 2018

Episode Three On the stand today: The Church of the dark lord Lucifer opens in Colombia, South America. A Good Old Party Candidate from Maine calls a Parkland school shooting survivor a skinhead and lesbian, and Man kills a black

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Chinese Rap

Chinese Rap

🕔10:01, 31.Jan 2018 Chinese Rap with Ivy Li Chinese rap music -- monumental rappers in China Ep 1 agent = navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase(); name_ff = "firefox"; name_op = "opera"; if (agent.indexOf(name_ff.toLowerCase())>-1 || agent.indexOf(name_op.toLowerCase())>-1) { pbwp_audio = document.getElementById('audioplayer-bdc2c2d307a70656473917e6ee89feca'); pbwp_audio.style.display = "none"; pbwp_audio_fallback = document.createElement('embed'); pbwp_audio_fallback.setAttribute('type', 'application/x-shockwave-flash'); Read Full Article
MyWish

MyWish

🕔09:34, 31.Jan 2018 My Wish with Sunnio Zeng Wanna go to my favourite country to travel and live my favourite life with my dearest you. Ep 1 agent = navigator.userAgent.toLowerCase(); name_ff = "firefox"; name_op = "opera"; if (agent.indexOf(name_ff.toLowerCase())>-1 || agent.indexOf(name_op.toLowerCase())>-1) { pbwp_audio = Read Full Article
The MMA Landscape

The MMA Landscape

🕔09:29, 31.Jan 2018 The MMA Landscape with Sanjay Maru The sport of mixed martial arts is filled with some of the most compelling stories ever told. Sanjay Maru re-visits these stories for those who have never watched an MMA fight in their lives. Read Full Article
Windsor’s first cat cafe a huge success

Windsor’s first cat cafe a huge success

🕔22:00, 29.Jan 2018

On the heels of Windsor’s first ever cat yoga at a local animal rescue mission came a two-day “PAWp up” cat cafe where people could cuddle a cat while drinking their coffee – and fill out an adoption form. For

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Steps away from sexual assault

Steps away from sexual assault

🕔13:47, 26.Jan 2018

By Ryan Jones With the Times Up and #Metoo movements gaining traction, people are feeling more confident sharing their stories of sexual assault. The criminal code defines sexual assault “as an indictable offence and is liable to imprisonment for a

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Sickle cell awareness day

Sickle cell awareness day

🕔13:21, 26.Jan 2018

By Torcia Velthuizen Social media is inundated with posts for national days such as boyfriend day or national puppy day, but lost among the innocuous holidays is a day meant to bring awareness to a serious health issue. On June

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Sweet addiction

Sweet addiction

🕔13:06, 26.Jan 2018

  By Alyssa Leonard   It is the twitch. The calling, the craving. It begs you for more. Your body wants it. Needs it. Now. It has become instinct to reach for it. The taste so gratifying. Thirst-quenching, hunger-satisfying —

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Health roundup

Health roundup

🕔12:58, 26.Jan 2018

By Torcia Velthuizen Best foods to eat during cold and flu season There are a few ways you can avoid the sniffles, keep your body healthy and keep the germs at bay. Here is a list of the best foods

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My NaNoWriMo journey

My NaNoWriMo journey

🕔12:51, 26.Jan 2018

By Ryan Jones When Ontario colleges went on strike around the end of October I never thought the stoppage of school would turn into something miraculous. Even though I was not able to attend class, I was able to work

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Entertainment Roundup

Entertainment Roundup

🕔12:46, 26.Jan 2018

By Cade Ryan Music: The Atlanta rap trio, Migos, released their highly anticipated second studio album called Culture ll, on Friday, Jan. 26. The album has 24 tracks featuring popular artists such as 21 Savage, Drake, Travis Scott, Big Sean,

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Life After Theatre

Life After Theatre

🕔12:43, 26.Jan 2018

By Amos Johnson & Justin Crouch The theatre industry can be very competitive and many students face challenges finding work in the industry after graduation. For some, this means they may have to leave their theatre dream behind. “[Doing theatre]

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Glengarry Lighthouse, guiding others toward the light

Glengarry Lighthouse, guiding others toward the light

🕔12:41, 26.Jan 2018

By Amos Johnson A lighthouse warns ships at sea and guides them, often during a storm or in a time of darkness. The Glengarry Lighthouse, located off the courtyard at Wheelton Manor on 333 Glengarry Ave. is similar, guiding others

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One for the books

One for the books

🕔12:38, 26.Jan 2018

By Ryan Jones Picture a little girl, dirty blonde hair flooding over her shoulders, sitting at the kitchen table with her mom, a Goosebumps book joining the party, waiting to be read. The grade school she attends, St. Gabrielle’s in

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This week in sports

This week in sports

🕔12:36, 26.Jan 2018

  Windsor   By Jordan Ferris   Varsity Basketball St. Clair College had both women’s and men’s basketball team host Fanshawe College Jan. 24. The women lost 71-59. Jana Kucera of St. Clair was a highlight player scoring 21 of

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Flyers de-crown Kings

Flyers de-crown Kings

🕔12:31, 26.Jan 2018

By Tate Harris The Leamington Flyers have moved into second place in the Western Conference of the GOJHL, with a win against the Komoka Kings Thursday night. Leamington scored five goals against Komoka, while keeping the Kings at three goals of their own, resulting in a score of 5- 3. The Flyers struggled in the first period, but

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That’s how I roll

That’s how I roll

🕔20:01, 23.Jan 2018

By Todd Shearon “You’re an outsider.” “You’re not like us.” “You don’t belong.” One of Windsor’s most notable advocates for disability rights, Justin Artale, has spent his whole life being told these things. But Artale does not need a reminder.

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Red tape: opening a small business in Windsor has lengthy delays

Red tape: opening a small business in Windsor has lengthy delays

🕔19:58, 23.Jan 2018

By Angelica Haggert “It seems particular to Windsor,” says Brent McBride as his phone rings. He checks the display, and then the time. It’s not yet business hours, so he silences the phone.  “Very particular to Windsor.”  McBride is talking

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Feeding others can feed your soul

Feeding others can feed your soul

🕔19:57, 23.Jan 2018 Sawsan Al-Oudeh fills the shelves of the Divine Mercy Food Bank with donations. She had hoped the plane would be their bridge to a safer life. She never dreamed that stepping onto unfamiliar land would not only liberate her from Read Full Article
Indian Road is reduced to dust in the winds of change

Indian Road is reduced to dust in the winds of change

🕔19:51, 23.Jan 2018

By Dawn Gray “Nothing is so painful to the human mind as a great and sudden change.” ― Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Frankenstein   Change. Sometimes it can be sluggish and even quiet. Not this time. On a small street in

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