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Comic book signing in Windsor

Comic book signing in Windsor

🕔14:11, 8.Feb 2013

by Chris Mailloux A local upcoming comic book signing is bringing in big name industry writers and artists. Cartoon Kingdom is hosting a fifteenth anniversary comic book signing Feb 20 from 5 p.m. until 11 p.m. The event will feature

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Local band meets their end

Local band meets their end

🕔12:55, 8.Feb 2013

  By Liam Higgins After three years, a staple of the local metal scene is calling it quits. Perpetuate is a metal band made up of vocalist and pianist Kim McInnis, guitarists Jamie Hush and Chris Rafinski, drummer Michael Wiznuk

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ACWR takes creativity to the next level

ACWR takes creativity to the next level

🕔14:42, 1.Feb 2013

By: Murad Erzinclioglu Area artists are being given the opportunity to develop their skills. Since October 2011 the Art Council Windsor & Region has been running educational workshops for local artists under the WE Launched banner. The ACWR is a

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“Best” Picture

🕔14:39, 1.Feb 2013

While I have no love for the Academy Awards, I accept that it’s cinema’s biggest night and therefore feel obliged to watch all nine of the year’s Best Picture nominees. It’s just unfortunate only two of them deserve the mantle.

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St. Anne to put on Joseph

St. Anne to put on Joseph

🕔12:47, 1.Feb 2013

By Korey Lalonde St. Anne Catholic High School is aiming to dazzle its audience with its upcoming, colourful musical. St. Anne’s is in the final stages of rehearsals for their performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. The high

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Local band releases first album

Local band releases first album

🕔11:07, 1.Feb 2013

By Liam Higgins A local progressive metal band has released their first full-length album. Pomegranate Tiger released their album Entities Jan. 31. The band consists of guitarists Martin Andres and Matt Shaheen, bassist Keith Wilkinson and drummer Phil Gatti. The

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Don Ross blows away Place Concorde

Don Ross blows away Place Concorde

🕔16:07, 25.Jan 2013

A high profile musician and two-time fingerstyle guitar champion performed at the Place Concorde in Windsor, Jan. 19. Singer, songwriter and guitarist Don Ross performed at the Place Concorde with special guest Brooke Miller in Forest Glade. The night featured

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Disney prepares new Star Wars trilogy

Disney prepares new Star Wars trilogy

🕔15:44, 25.Jan 2013

The executives at Disney are preparing to make a sequel trilogy to the original Star Wars films. The announcement of a new trilogy brings the possibility of new merchandise which may help increase sales for local stores by giving them

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Idle No More to the beat of the drum

Idle No More to the beat of the drum

🕔12:37, 25.Jan 2013

By: Murad Erzinclioglu Boom. Boom. Boom. The sound of native drums is echoing in communities from coast to coast. The sound of the First Nations drumming has become synonymous with the Idle No More movement. According to the movement’s website,

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Wedding Show delights couples ready to wed

Wedding Show delights couples ready to wed

🕔12:33, 25.Jan 2013

By Sean Previl Windsor brides preparing for their weddings found help from a local wedding show. The Giovanni Caboto Club hosted the Wedding Show Extravaganza Jan. 19-20 to give couples ideas in planning their weddings. The show started 26 years

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Local filmmaker bends time in Beyond the Deep

Local filmmaker bends time in Beyond the Deep

🕔13:04, 30.Nov 2012

by Tom Morrison   Filmmaker. Bank teller. Traveller. In Kyle Mosonyi’s bedroom, DVDs overflow a bookshelf that covers almost the entire height of a wall. Framed degrees in mathematics and film are sandwiched between a professional The Departed movie poster

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Techno-logy

Techno-logy

🕔19:43, 27.Nov 2012

By Maciejka Gorzelnik Justin James performs a live set at Footwork in Toronto Sept. 14 (Photo by John Mitchell) Walking into a completely black square room, speakers are set up in the middle of the dance floor pointing outwards as

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Santa’s arrival marks beginning of holiday shopping

🕔09:35, 24.Nov 2012

Santa has left his sleigh and reindeer at the North Pole and made his grand entrance to Windsor by helicopter. The Windsor Optimist Youth Band was there to entertain the crowd of roughly 1,000 people young and old alike.  Santa

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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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