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George Steele dead at 79

George Steele dead at 79

🕔11:45, 24.Feb 2017

By Joe Gibel Hall of Fame wrestler, George “The Animal” Steele has died at age 79. Steele, best remembered for portraying a green-tongued, baldheaded wild man in the ring, has died Feb. 16 from kidney failure. Steele was known for

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Sales drop on Valentine’s Day

Sales drop on Valentine’s Day

🕔14:15, 17.Feb 2017

  Some Windsor businesses are reporting weak sales on their Valentine’s Day specials. The owner of Janette Florist, Brandy Sullivan, said sales this year are not as good as last year, but roses were still in high demand on Valentine’s

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Alcohol could be an option at Adventure Bay

Alcohol could be an option at Adventure Bay

🕔11:59, 17.Feb 2017

By Christina Chibani   Windsor’s Adventure Bay is entertaining the idea of selling alcohol. A request for a proposal to operate the concession services serving wine and beer at Adventure Bay was brought to Windsor City Council. The process of

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Local musician keeps blues alive in Windsor

Local musician keeps blues alive in Windsor

🕔12:49, 3.Feb 2017

By Joe Gibel A local singer-songwriter uses his passion for the blues and rockabilly to entertain audiences. The South River, Ontario native found a love for the blues and knew he just had to get it out to an audience.

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The streaming age

The streaming age

🕔10:46, 2.Dec 2016

By Noah Gecelovsky   From the  iPod and Apple Streaming to Spotify and YouTube, the 21st generation has created a number of different sources and platforms to find and listen to music.  But there are still two ways of listening to music that will never die:

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Facebook “steals” from other platforms

Facebook “steals” from other platforms

🕔09:44, 2.Dec 2016

By Justin Crouch As Facebook becomes larger and increasingly relevant, more than one billion users now have access to applications which integrate features from other unique platforms. Mobile applications such as Snapchat have had difficulty keeping up as Facebook integrates new

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Open Mic Surgery gets a new host

Open Mic Surgery gets a new host

🕔13:45, 25.Nov 2016

  By Kevin Blondin Local musicians and independent music enthusiasts are already familiar with the Phog Lounge. The little red building downtown has become a staple in the Windsor arts and music scene. In 2009, the small alternative bar reached

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VHS popular for collectors

VHS popular for collectors

🕔13:14, 25.Nov 2016

  By Joe Gibel Many people are still collecting VHS tapes around the world, years after production has ceased. In the early 1980s, bringing movies home for your pleasure became mainstream for the first time thanks to the invention of

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Gamers making a difference

Gamers making a difference

🕔13:12, 11.Nov 2016

By Dacotah Erwin Gamers from Windsor will be gathering at the annual Christmas Local Area Network event hosted by the St. Clair Information Technology Club to raise funds for the Downtown Mission this December. Featured at the Christmas LAN will

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Virtual reality takes center stage for first time at WIFF

Virtual reality takes center stage for first time at WIFF

🕔09:35, 11.Nov 2016

By Nantanaa Mutharasu The Windsor International Film Festival is back for its 12th year, this time with a new kind of magic. WIFF is giving its patrons a unique taste of the cinema world through an interactive program called virtual

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Enigma Escape Rooms arrive at University of Windsor

Enigma Escape Rooms arrive at University of Windsor

🕔11:04, 4.Nov 2016

by Jeremy James Fokuoh Students at the University of Windsor have had an opportunity to experience Enigma Escape Rooms, sponsered by the university’s Student Alliance on Nov. 3. Only in business for a year in Windsor, Enigma Escape Rooms are

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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

By Amos Johnson 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

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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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