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Twilight Saga will carry on say fans

Twilight Saga will carry on say fans

🕔12:33, 23.Nov 2012

By Sean Previl The final film based on the Twilight book series has been released and fans are debating if the series’ popularity has staying power. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2 premiered Nov. 16 in theatres around

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Sarah Smith Rocks at the Dominion House

Sarah Smith Rocks at the Dominion House

🕔21:01, 21.Nov 2012

  By Joel Holosko London rocker Sarah Smith played an intimate concert at the Dominion House Nov. 15. Smith, who usually plays in a rock band called  The Joys, played an acoustic set without her full band.  She is doing

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Mudpuppy Gallery hosts seventh Beat Night

🕔16:12, 14.Nov 2012

By Hailey Trealout ­Local poets, musicians and story tellers gathered at the Downtown Expresso Cafe in Amherstburg Nov. 10 to contribute to the Mudpuppy Gallery’s seventh Beat Night. Professionals and amateurs stood at the podium in front of 50 listeners

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Music benefits high school students

🕔14:30, 10.Nov 2012

by Jolene Bulmer Catholic Central High School has had a successful music program, but with the lack of new students coming in there may not be a program. Grant Bergeron, head of the music department at CCH, stays after school

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Should video games be considered art?

🕔14:23, 10.Nov 2012

by Chris Mailloux Video games have changed since the early days of Pong. Games now have stories, characters, worlds and large development teams working on them. In 2005, film critic Roger Ebert said video games should not be classified as

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Windsor looks Beyond EDM

Windsor looks Beyond EDM

🕔15:00, 9.Nov 2012

By Maciejka Gorzelnik   Electronic music history was made in Windsor Nov. 7 when a local techno pioneer was presented with ceremonial keys to the city. Richie Hawtin, also known as Plastikman grew up in LaSalle and began his career

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New show by nationally acclaimed artist

🕔09:58, 7.Nov 2012

By Jamie Adam A new art exhibition by a nationally acclaimed artist is appearing at Artspeak Gallery Oct. 13-20. Jim Mroczkowski, 62, was born and raised in Windsor. He is the first born of five children and has three children

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The Fisher Kings EP release

🕔09:52, 7.Nov 2012

by Adam El-Baba Less than a year since their formation, a Windsor band has made a lasting impression on the city’s music scene. After four months of writing and recording, The Fisher Kings released their self-titled extended play at the

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Cadence Weapon at Phog Lounge

🕔09:50, 7.Nov 2012

by Adam El-Baba After five years of waiting, the organizers at Phog Lounge got a bite. Canadian hip hop artist Roland Pemberton, who goes by the stage name Cadence Weapon, performed at Phog Lounge to promote his new album Hope

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Film isn’t dead, yet

🕔15:10, 2.Nov 2012

by Tom Morrison What does it take to end a 100-year-old tradition? With more and more advances in digital cinema camera technology, some people in the film industry will have to face that question sooner than they want to. Until

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Star Wars fans look on the light side

Star Wars fans look on the light side

🕔14:38, 2.Nov 2012

by Tom Morrison Some Windsorites are getting excited about the announcement of new Star Wars movies starting in 2015 but are concerned the new owners of the franchise will produce too many sequels. Disney has approved a deal to purchase

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Retro gaming takes over Phog Lounge

Retro gaming takes over Phog Lounge

🕔14:18, 2.Nov 2012

Video gamers will now have the chance to play classic and vintage games at a local music venue. Phog Lounge is running a retro arcade event every other Tuesday inviting all video game lovers to participate. Tom Lucier, owner of

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Mudpuppy hosts art show

🕔14:06, 2.Nov 2012

by Hailey Trealout The Mudpuppy Gallery in Amherstburg is hosting a show for the Association of Representational Artists which started Oct. 31 and will be ending Dec. 2. The 26 participating artists in the show have been given a 32

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Halo-weekend is here

🕔12:06, 30.Oct 2012

It’s Halo-weekend and Windsor’s downtown will be filled with people ready to celebrate. Pubs and clubs will open their doors for the Halloween festivities. Decorated dance floors and bar tops, costume contests, and spooky music will be a few things

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BCW invades St. Clair College

BCW invades St. Clair College

🕔18:11, 26.Oct 2012

By Maciejka Gorzelnik The smell of blood and sweat was in the air at the St. Clair College gymnasium Oct. 20 as approximately 800 wrestling fans gathered to watch Border City Wrestling action. The bell rang to start the first

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Regaining CNTRL

Regaining CNTRL

🕔16:30, 26.Oct 2012

By Maciejka Gorzelnik Technology is rapidly advancing in the music world and some DJs say it is difficult to keep up. According to Indiana University School of Music professor Jeffery Hass’s Electronic Music Historical Overview, electronic music began in 1902

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Films announced for WIFF

Films announced for WIFF

🕔15:35, 26.Oct 2012

by Tom Morrison Organizers of the Windsor International Film Festival will be opening the event a day earlier this year to accommodate for the closing of Palace Cinemas. Now in its eighth year, the festival will feature 52 films solely

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Everyone’s a photographer

Everyone’s a photographer

🕔14:30, 26.Oct 2012

by Maciejka Gorzelnik   Whether you use a smartphone or a top-of-the-line DSLR camera, if it’s a snapshot or a highly orchestrated photo shoot, if you’re a professional well schooled in photography or an amateur who just picked up their

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War of 1812 Documentary

War of 1812 Documentary

🕔22:01, 21.Oct 2012

by Hailey Trealout A documentary portraying aspects of the war of 1812 was filmed in Maidstone Oct. 13 with 17 local horses and riders. The Desert Between Us and Them is a non-profit project that started in 2009. It is

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Living Library

🕔21:27, 21.Oct 2012

by Sean Previl A local gay rights group is using a play to pass on a message to youth:  they have a future ahead of them. The play A Living Library has finished its performances put on by Windsor Pride’s

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