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Restaurant on Walkerville gets a makeover

Restaurant on Walkerville gets a makeover

🕔11:51, 20.Apr 2018

By Kurlis Mati After five years of service as The Willistead, the restaurant closed its doors and reopens as Good Neighbour.    The Willistead, located at 1840 Wyandotte St. E., has been operating under this name since 2013, but in

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Incident on Wyandotte

Incident on Wyandotte

🕔13:27, 28.Mar 2018

The Special Investigations unit were called to the Mcdonalds on Wyandotte after reports that police were involved  in a fatal shooting this morning. A block on Wyandotte and Goyeau was been closed off Wednesday morning for several hours and the

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School board has voted against hosting events at the Caboto Club

School board has voted against hosting events at the Caboto Club

🕔11:10, 23.Mar 2018

KURLIS MATI   The Greater Essex County District School Board, has voted against hosting school events at the Caboto Club. The motion to not host school events at the Caboto Club was passed unanimously by the GECDSB on March 21.

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Entertainment Roundup

Entertainment Roundup

🕔11:39, 2.Mar 2018

By Cade Ryan Music Rapper Logic released three new songs this week, 44 More which is currently 17th on the US iTunes charts, Overnight and Everyday featuring Marshmello. These songs are the first releases from Logic since his 2017 album

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Spitfires Festival

Spitfires Festival

🕔11:38, 23.Feb 2018

By Kurlis Mati Many loyal fans enjoyed a fun afternoon of activities and autograph signing, at the annual Spitfires Festival.   On Feb. 17, Spitfires’ fans with season tickets were able to meet their favourite players and enjoy activities such

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PAWlates with Puppies

PAWlates with Puppies

🕔14:01, 9.Feb 2018

By: Kurlis Mati Moggy’s Mission hosts a pilates class with both adoptable puppies and kittens present. On Feb 6., Moggy’s Mission promised a workout focused on the body’s core and the inner and outer thighs with the addition of both

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Entertainment Roundup

Entertainment Roundup

🕔10:24, 2.Feb 2018

By Kurlis Mati Music Simply Queen: The Live Tribute is coming to the Caboto Club Feb. 2. Advance online tickets will be $20 and tickets at the door will be $30. All of the proceeds will be donated to the

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One man’s trash is another man’s treasure

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure

🕔11:10, 12.Jan 2018

Critically panned movies such as Troll 2, The Room, Plan 9 from Outer Space and Birdemic have gained cult status with movie goers, around the world, being called so bad they are good.   Although these movies are considered “bad”

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From books to movies

From books to movies

🕔11:37, 8.Dec 2017

By Kurlis Mati Stephen King once said, “Books and movies are like apples and oranges. They are both fruit but taste completely different.” With films such as 1910’s Frankenstein and 1925’s Greed, books have been adapted into films since the

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Super over superheros

Super over superheros

🕔12:46, 1.Dec 2017

  Many actors, directors, critics and people in general believe the superhero genre is being over-saturated.       Some of the highest grossing films of all time are superhero movies. Movies such as The Avengers had a budget of $225

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Lights,Camera ,Windsor

Lights,Camera ,Windsor

🕔12:25, 6.Oct 2017

By Kurlis Mati As Windsor’s art community continues to grow, more people are finding a passion for local filmmaking. Many have reached their dreams and made a name for themselves outside of the city in places like Los Angeles and

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On the couch or on the big screen?

On the couch or on the big screen?

🕔12:22, 22.Sep 2017

By Kurlis Mati The two most popular ways people watch movies are sitting in theatre or at home using a streaming service, such as Netflix.   Netflix now has over 60 million subscribers and the box office numbers for big

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An egg-cellent celebration

An egg-cellent celebration

🕔13:24, 7.Apr 2017

Easter is celebrated in many households, especially among people of the Christian faith. Easter is a Christian holiday, celebrated this year on Sunday, April 16. The date of this celebration is determined by the first Sunday after the first full

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Nintendo switches it up

Nintendo switches it up

🕔13:41, 3.Mar 2017

By Kurlis Mati Nintendo has released a new hybrid console that can be used at home or on the go. The Nintendo Switch game console was released March 3. The console is built into a portable seven-inch tablet and can

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Coffee shop franchise expands to Ouellette Avenue

Coffee shop franchise expands to Ouellette Avenue

🕔12:15, 17.Feb 2017

Kyle Bondy, Co-Owner of Anchor Coffee House in front of the cafe bar. (Photo by Kurlis Mati) A Windsor couple has brought their coffee shop franchise downtown. Kyle and Rachel Bondy wanted to expand Anchor Coffee House, from Huron Church

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Canadian government considers menthol cigarette ban

Canadian government considers menthol cigarette ban

🕔13:53, 3.Feb 2017

By Kurlis Mati Canada is trying to push forward with a ban on menthol cigarettes to reduce the number of young smokers. The Canadian government sees menthol cigarettes as a gateway cigarette that starts many people’s addiction to smoking. According

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A skill, a sport and self defense

A skill, a sport and self defense

🕔10:34, 2.Dec 2016

By Kurlis Mati   A local taekwondo group and its instructors teach the importance of the art and self-defense. Masters Taekwondo Academy is a self-defense school that teaches a style of martial arts that originates from Korea. They teach physical

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The History of Halloween

The History of Halloween

🕔12:54, 21.Oct 2016

Halloween has not always been about candy, scares and costumes. The holiday has changed substantially since its origin many centuries ago. According to TheCanadianguide.com, Halloween is the second biggest spending holiday in Canada. The average Canadian will spend around $52-$74

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U.S. election through Canadian eyes

U.S. election through Canadian eyes

🕔13:22, 14.Oct 2016

The United States election is less than a month away and has captured the attention of many, including those who do not live in the country. Daniel Manera, an 18-year-old graphic design student at St. Clair College, says he has

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