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CJAM celebrates its thirtieth anniversary

CJAM celebrates its thirtieth anniversary

🕔16:07, 22.Sep 2013

  By Clara Musca A local radio station has turned 30. CJAM 99.1 FM Campus-Community Radio  celebrated its thirtieth anniversary with legendary Windsor reggae/ska band Contradance Sept. 21. at FM Lounge. Contradance reunited for one night only after a 20 year

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The Red Bull bus is coming to town

🕔23:21, 18.Sep 2013

By Hailey Trealout The wheels on the Red Bull bus are parking at their final destination on the corner of Ouellette Avenue and University Avenue Sept. 20. Downtown Windsor will be hosting a concert from the side of a 1967

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Local musician offers free music lessons for at-risk youth

Local musician offers free music lessons for at-risk youth

🕔08:49, 16.Sep 2013

By Stacey Janzer A Windsor musician has announced he will provide free music lessons indefinitely for at-risk youth after the success of a six-week pilot program. Kenneth MacLeod, lead vocalist of Kenneth MacLeod & the Windsor Salt Band, held an

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Peter Parker Finds Himself In A Sticky Situation

🕔11:33, 12.Apr 2013

By Jamie Adam The Amazing Spider-Man is an epic action-fantasy movie converted from the classic comic. The story takes place in modern-day New York City. Superhero Spidey is portrayed by Andrew Garfield with his love interest Gwen Stacy being depicted

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Concert Band Celebrates 15th Anniversary

🕔10:07, 12.Apr 2013

By Jamie Adam Fifteen successful years have gone by for the Greater Windsor Concert Band and they celebrated by doing what they do best, playing a concert. The band played 15 songs to celebrate 15 years, ranging from “The Carnival

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New maestro plans WSO’s future

New maestro plans WSO’s future

🕔12:47, 22.Mar 2013

By Tom Morrison The new music director of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra plans to improve relationships and create new ones to ensure a vital future for the organization. Robert Franz was named the new conductor of the WSO Feb. 26

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Writer-in-residence wants greater sense of community

Writer-in-residence wants greater sense of community

🕔12:45, 22.Mar 2013

By Tom Morrison The University of Windsor’s writer-in-residence wants creative writing students to have a better sense of community after his term finishes at the end of March. Phil Hall, an award-winning poet, has been the university’s writer-in-residence since the

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The power of music

The power of music

🕔12:36, 22.Mar 2013

By Richard Dawes It is with the help of the community that members of a local charity can participate in music therapy. The staff and clients of Harmony in Action hosted a concert and pasta dinner to raise money for

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Local playwright tries something new

Local playwright tries something new

🕔12:27, 22.Mar 2013

  An all-new, original play is opening this week in a unique location in Windsor. United We Fall was penned by local playwright Talish Zafar and produced by Angelica Haggert. Zafar also serves as the play’s director. “The space that we’re

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Canadian soldier performs for Canada’s best artist

🕔23:13, 19.Mar 2013

by Hailey Trealout The stakes are high and the search is on for Canada’s Best New Artist. CBC Music and CBC Radio have partnered up and started the competition which has now come down to the final 16. One of

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Theatre used for therapy

Theatre used for therapy

🕔14:48, 1.Mar 2013

By Korey Lalonde Since the early 20th century, therapists and social workers have used drama to help clients with their social and emotional development. Those who study dramatic arts are often familiar with the term “drama therapy.” It is the

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Art show a feast for eyes, ears and stomachs

Art show a feast for eyes, ears and stomachs

🕔14:26, 1.Mar 2013

By: Y. Murad Erzinclioglu     “While I was standing there taking a picture of the Coliseum I thought, ‘Three billion people have taken a picture of the damn thing, I’m not going to say anything new about it,’” -Kevin

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Drag queens not mainstream downtown

Drag queens not mainstream downtown

🕔10:49, 1.Mar 2013

By Sean Previl The art of performance through female impersonation is declining in Windsor because of the lack of space to accommodate drag shows. “Windsor does not have the facilities for drag shows,” said Sam Christensen, former owner of The

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‘Argo’ wins Best Picture

🕔10:50, 25.Feb 2013

By Tom Morrison It was a night of rarities at the 85th Annual Academy Awards. Best Picture winner Argo became the fourth recipient of the award that wasn’t nominated in the Best Director category. The last time this happened was

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The Price is Right for a Windsorite

The Price is Right for a Windsorite

🕔13:20, 22.Feb 2013

by Sarah Ryrie The Price is Right for a Windsorite A Windsor man has landed two television roles in the same week in Los Angeles. It started back in the first week of December. Justin Fox, former Student Representative Council

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Canadians Make History

Canadians Make History

🕔12:01, 22.Feb 2013

Music history has been made as a Canadian rock group and a decorated astronaut collaborated on a song together, one of them performing from space. Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield and Barenaked Ladies’ front man Ed Robertson premiered their song, “I.S.S.

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Jerry Lynn opens the door for a Rising

🕔15:09, 15.Feb 2013

In the unique universe of professional wrestling, nothing ever goes as planned. Border City Wrestling presented Can-Am Rising in Windsor Feb 8 at the Giovanni Caboto Club with an advertised main event involving the BCW heavyweight champion Phil Atlas. Unfortunately,

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AGW lets you know your neighbours

AGW lets you know your neighbours

🕔14:24, 15.Feb 2013

By: Murad Erzinclioglu   The Art Gallery of Windsor is offering the community a chance to explore the connection between border cities around the globe.   Border Cultures: Part One (homes, land) is the current art show at the AGW.

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Getting dirty in Detroit

Getting dirty in Detroit

🕔12:36, 15.Feb 2013

By Maciejka Gorzelnik Art enthusiasts checked their inhibitions at the door Feb. 8 as they walked into Bert’s Warehouse in Detroit for opening night of this year’s Dirty Show. Now in its fourteenth year, the Dirty Show has become one

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Musicians prepare for the studio with songwriting program

Musicians prepare for the studio with songwriting program

🕔14:59, 13.Feb 2013

By Tom Morrison It starts with a single note on a single guitar track and then it becomes a map to a full-length song with multiple guitars, a bass, drums and a vocal melody. It’s a tool for songwriting and

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