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National Canadian Film Day

National Canadian Film Day

🕔13:14, 21.Apr 2017

By Cade Ryan The executive director of the Windsor International Film Festival is using special festivals to promote filmmakers in April. National Canadian Film Day is a large one-day event in celebration of Canadian cinema in honour of our nation’s 150th

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A night to remember at JAN

A night to remember at JAN

🕔12:26, 21.Apr 2017

Staff and students from the journalism program at St. Clair College held their annual Journalism Awards Night at the Caboto Club on April 20. The hall was filled with staff, students and members of local news companies such as the

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Windsor’s new groove

Windsor’s new groove

🕔12:14, 21.Apr 2017

Windsor residents are still mourning the loss of their favourite downtown dancefloor and hangout spot, The Loop. The venue closed in late 2014 and to these people The Loop was more than just a large room for an alternative crowd

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Stephanie Garber’s Caraval

Stephanie Garber’s Caraval

🕔12:10, 21.Apr 2017

  5 out of 5 stars Fantasy. Make believe. Imagination. Stephanie Garber’s Caraval has all of these elements and then some. When Scarlett and Tella are no longer satisfied with their lives on an island, pinned beneath the control of

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Welcome to the circus

Welcome to the circus

🕔11:56, 21.Apr 2017

By Ryan Jones Windsorites are now able to join the circus. Windsor Circus School will be opening its doors to the public in the downtown core on May 1, 2017. It is located in the Chelsea Building at 511 Pelissier

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Books have voices

Books have voices

🕔13:20, 7.Apr 2017

By Ryan Jones Studies are showing more people use audiobooks for reading. According to goodreads.com, within the past three years audiobooks have become the fastest growing sector in publishing. This information was published in Global Audiobook Trends and Statistics for

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Career RIP for the Deadman

Career RIP for the Deadman

🕔12:56, 7.Apr 2017

Wrestlemania 33 saw the end of arguably the greatest career in professional wrestling history when The Undertaker lost to Roman Reigns on Sunday April 3, 2017. After the loss that capped off the pay-per-view, The Undertaker took off his traditional

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Estelle Laure’s But Then I Came Back

Estelle Laure’s But Then I Came Back

🕔11:36, 7.Apr 2017

  5 out of 5 stars ____________________________________     “We’re a thousand. We’re a million. We’re facets. Starshine.”    If there is one thing I am certain of when participating in a book blog tour, it’s that I’m going in

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Cecilia Vinesse’s Seven Days of You

Cecilia Vinesse’s Seven Days of You

🕔11:18, 31.Mar 2017

    I was lucky enough to receive an advanced reader’s copy of Seven Days of You by Cecilia Vinesse from Hachette Book Group Canada. It was published March 6, making for a fresh new read.   5 out of

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150 Minutes

150 Minutes

🕔12:46, 24.Mar 2017

By Janeen Kratochvil Celebrate Canada with 150 minutes of art, music and food. Mark your calendars for an evening of fun! Ford City and St. Clair College are about to celebrate. The graduating students of the public relations program at

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Chuck Berry Dead at 90

Chuck Berry Dead at 90

🕔11:36, 24.Mar 2017

By Joe Gibel   “The Father of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” has died. Chuck Berry, legendary musician and music pioneer was found Saturday at his home outside St. Louis. He was 90. With songs such as Maybellene, Johnny B. Goode and

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Book launch sends hometown author to the stars

Book launch sends hometown author to the stars

🕔11:27, 24.Mar 2017

  By Ryan Jones It was a full house at Biblioasis to meet hometown author Emily Schultz last week. Schultz’ new novel Men Walking On Water was released March 20. The novel is set in the 1920s and focuses on

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Venom- Supervillain or antihero?

🕔11:15, 24.Mar 2017

By Cody Rusan The Marvel character known as Venom may be seen as a bad guy, but this is not always the case. The Marvel franchise has seen much success with its wide variety of characters, many of whom originated

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Miriam Moss’ Girl On A Plane

Miriam Moss’ Girl On A Plane

🕔11:03, 24.Mar 2017

By Ryan Jones 4.5 out of 5 stars ___________________________________________   It is 1970. You are 15 years old, getting on a plane to boarding school. You say bye to your parents at the airport with no thought you won’t see

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Windsor’s Chocolate Lover’s Brunch delights

Windsor’s Chocolate Lover’s Brunch delights

🕔10:26, 9.Mar 2017

Some of Windsor’s top bakeries competed in the 19th Annual Chocolate Lover’s Brunch held at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts. The brunch on March 5 was run by the VON (Victorian Order of Nurses) Windsor-Essex and, this year,

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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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Cassette tapes making a comeback

Cassette tapes making a comeback

🕔12:32, 3.Mar 2017

By Joe Gibel Cassette tapes are back in demand in 2017 as more artists release content on the format. According to an article published by the Windsor Star, sales of cassette tapes jumped almost 80 per cent to about 7,000

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Navigation device created at UofW

Navigation device created at UofW

🕔11:35, 3.Mar 2017

By Christina Chibani   A university student and professor created a device that can fit in your shoe to help you move around using acoustic waves and sensors. The device can help measure the distance from an object to where

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George Steele dead at 79

George Steele dead at 79

🕔11:45, 24.Feb 2017

By Joe Gibel Hall of Fame wrestler, George “The Animal” Steele has died at age 79. Steele, best remembered for portraying a green-tongued, baldheaded wild man in the ring, has died Feb. 16 from kidney failure. Steele was known for

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Sales drop on Valentine’s Day

Sales drop on Valentine’s Day

🕔14:15, 17.Feb 2017

  Some Windsor businesses are reporting weak sales on their Valentine’s Day specials. The owner of Janette Florist, Brandy Sullivan, said sales this year are not as good as last year, but roses were still in high demand on Valentine’s

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