by Maciejka Gorzelnik Moans, grunts and calls for brains echoed through downtown Windsor Oct. 12 when people dressed as zombies filled the streets. According to torontozombiewalk.ca zombie walks originated in Toronto in 2003 and have since spread worldwide regularly drawing
by Maciejka Gorzelnik Temperatures outside may be dropping but fashion studios are heating up as designers prepare their spring and summer collections. Toronto Fashion Week runs from Oct. 22-26 and is the pinnacle of Canadian fashion. Louis Vuitton sales representative
By Maciejka Gorzelnik The smell of aerosol paint lingered in the alley between Ouellette Avenue and Pelissier Street Sept. 30 as a group of graffiti artists gathered to make Windsor a more beautiful place. As a part of Harvesting
By Jill Thompson Cutline: Roxi D’Lite, 29, will celebrate the release of her debut film “The Burlesque Assassins” with a live show along with a crew of performers from around the world including Toni Elling at the Boom Boom Room,
by Hailey Trealout The Mudpuppy Gallery invited people of all ages to the Downtown Expresso Cafe in Amherstburg Sept. 28 to support local performers during their Beat Night. The Mudpuppy Gallery opened in May 2010 as a non-profit organization run
By: Melissa Iarusso and Dayna Poisson The Walkerville Business Improvement Association held its second annual Walkerville Rocks Street Festival & Car Show Saturday in Windsor. The free and family-friendly event featured live entertainment, a car show, vendor displays, extended
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Canadian indie rock band The Rural Alberta Advantage returned to Windsor to headline Phog Phest 4 on Sept. 15. The headliner began an hour-long set at 11 p.m. in the converted parking lot next to Phog Lounge on Victoria Avenue.
By Maciejka Gorzelnik When most people were still snuggled up in bed on Sept. 21 five people stood outside Best Buy on Walker Road anxiously awaiting the release of the iPhone 5. In larger cities, these crowds were much larger.
Dogs and their owners strutted their stuff down the runway on Sept. 14 for Doggy Style, Windsor’s first dog fashion show in support of the Windsor/Essex County Humane Society. Organizer and local philanthropist, Jill Thompson, said dog fashion is quickly
By Jennifer McMullan According to the president of the Windsor Federation of Musicians, recognizing Windsor musicians is the best way to celebrate the talents we have in our own community. Windsor’s Community Museum is holding an exhibit for 100 Years