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Canada’s second largest ComiCon

Canada’s second largest ComiCon

🕔13:38, 28.Oct 2016

By Grace Bauer Thousands of fandom enthusiasts from near and far gathered to participate in Windsor’s second ComiCon. ComiCons are events where fans of comics, sci-fi, gaming and anime have the opportunity to dress up in costume, buy memorabilia from

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Bob Dylan’s winning the Nobel Prize in Literature becomes controversial to some

Bob Dylan’s winning the Nobel Prize in Literature becomes controversial to some

🕔13:02, 28.Oct 2016

The Nobel Committee for Literature selects a winner each year and this year’s choice – Bob Dylan – has become controversial to some. According to Nobelprize.org, Dylan has been recognized for having “created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.” He

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Harley Quinn, witches among top 2016 Halloween costumes

Harley Quinn, witches among top 2016 Halloween costumes

🕔12:19, 28.Oct 2016

By Nate Hinckley Goblins and ghouls are not the only things you may see lurking around the corner this Halloween. According to the National Retail Federation one of the top costumes of the year for young adults is that of

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POPaganda Mind Factory

POPaganda Mind Factory

🕔12:18, 28.Oct 2016

By Stephanie Zografos Hairstylists in Windsor let their creative side take over to produce unusual looks for a hair fashion show called POPaganda. POP Hair Gallery Ink held the show to celebrate their sixth anniversary in business. More than 50

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Marvel vs. DC, a battle among internet ‘trolls’

Marvel vs. DC, a battle among internet ‘trolls’

🕔14:33, 21.Oct 2016

Comic heroes of Marvel and DC are taking over pop culture. The recent DC and Marvel box office hits are leading the pact as fans and critics everywhere continue a never-ending battle amongst a select group of fans. The comic

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Windsor Craft Beer Festival ‘great beer, great company’

Windsor Craft Beer Festival ‘great beer, great company’

🕔14:18, 21.Oct 2016

  The annual Windsor Craft Beer Festival is now in its fourth year and showing people the variety craft beer has to offer from local and provincial brewers. Gino Gesuale, co-owner of Motor Burger in Windsor and local brewer, has

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Rebel, trendsetter or artist?

Rebel, trendsetter or artist?

🕔13:47, 21.Oct 2016

Tattoos and piercings are no longer just for risk takers and criminals and are becoming part of the way young adults express themselves. Getting a tattoo or a piercing has had different meanings over time. According to Anne E. Laumann’s

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The History of Halloween

The History of Halloween

🕔12:54, 21.Oct 2016

Halloween has not always been about candy, scares and costumes. The holiday has changed substantially since its origin many centuries ago. According to TheCanadianguide.com, Halloween is the second biggest spending holiday in Canada. The average Canadian will spend around $52-$74

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Will you step in the dark?

Will you step in the dark?

🕔14:22, 14.Oct 2016

The Windsor Scarehouse is back for its ninth year of scaring Windsorites. The huge attraction is taking place downtown at 576 Ouellette Ave. during this Halloween season and has drawn large crowds since its opening. According to the Eyes on Windsor

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“Rocky Horror” time warps into the Chrysler Theatre

🕔10:18, 22.Apr 2016

By Mark Brown A cult musical known worldwide for its campy style and audience participation element takes the stage at St. Clair College this week. The College’s musical theatre performance and entertainment technology programs will present their spring production of

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Greg Gnyp Speech from MediaPlex Networking and Awards Night

Greg Gnyp Speech from MediaPlex Networking and Awards Night

🕔16:02, 15.Apr 2016

On April 14, 2016, local media legend Greg Gynp gave a brilliant speech for St. Clair College’s Journalism & Media Convergence students and staff.  It was one of the many highlight of their annual MediaPlex Networking and Awards Night at

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Hearing Dreams

Hearing Dreams

🕔12:15, 1.Apr 2016

  The music industry is evolving and unless artists take the task of doing everything themselves, expenses are high.   For Musicians to get their content out to listeners there’s costs from paying to having it master to writing. The

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Windsor Symphony Orchestra with a Twist

🕔11:12, 11.Mar 2016

By Abass Wali Two forms of art were combined into one show at the Capitol Theatre. After two years of collaborating with HNM Dance Company the first show combining classical music and dance was performed. Robert Franz is the conductor

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Deadpool movie release and comic sales increase?

🕔13:24, 26.Feb 2016

By Josh Maskery   Deadpool movie release and comic sale increase? With the recent release of the highly anticipated Marvel Productions movie “Deadpool” released last Friday, fans and comic readers alike have been eagerly awaiting for the movie adaptation of

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The rising of Moon vs. Sun

The rising of Moon vs. Sun

🕔12:06, 19.Feb 2016

Canadian husband and wife duo, Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk poured love and emotion into their performance at Windsor’s Chrysler Theatre on the eve of Valentine’s during their Moon vs. Sun tour. “It’s really good (being on the road with

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The sound of passion

The sound of passion

🕔12:02, 19.Feb 2016

By Garrett Fodor Social media platforms are changing the music industry and affecting how musicians get their content out to the public.   With the creation of YouTube, SoundCloud, Spotify and even iTunes there has been an increase of success

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What’s happening in Windsor arts and entertainment

🕔12:20, 12.Feb 2016

By Allanah Wills   Free Film Screening: Project ICE Where: Lakeshore Cinemas When: Feb. 18 at 6:30 pm The Detroit River Canadian Cleanup will be offering a free screening of their film Project: ICE as well as a panel discussion

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This week in entertainment events…

🕔13:23, 5.Feb 2016

By Allanah Wills Shirley Valentine at Olde Walkerville Theatre  Feb. 11, 12 and 13 Little Shop of Horrors at Kordazone Theatre Feb. 11-14 Funny Friday at Rockhead Pub  Feb. 12 Valentine’s Dinner Date Night at Cooper’s Hawk Vineyards  Feb. 12

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The Story of Carrousel    

The Story of Carrousel    

🕔13:35, 17.Dec 2015

As a young Yugoslavian girl who spent most of the first 14 years of her life living in children’s hospitals, transition camps and in war-torn Germany, Ann Thier did not think she would live past her 30s. Now widowed, 80 and living in the one of the most culturally

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Something about Bezaire

Something about Bezaire

🕔12:22, 27.Nov 2015

By: Jordan Caschera “I was in my early 20’s, it was a comedy called The Putting Edge and I was thrown into it,” said Ted Bezaire. “I wanted to go big.” You’ve heard it before, Do what you love and

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