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.
After more than 60 years of meeting at 55 Edinborough St. in Windsor, the Verein Teutonia Club is closing its doors for good and members are anxiously waiting to move to a new hall across town. As of June 1,
Windsorites have been let in on a secret: a different way to enjoy musical theatre. Known as the Confidential Musical Theatre Project, 27 local actors were brought to the Water’s Edge Event Centre March 5 to present Stephen Sondheim’s Follies.
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
2015 Windsor International Film Festival The 10th annual Windsor International Film Festival of 2015 will run from Nov 3 to 8 and will be hosted at the Capitol Theatre in Windsor, where will be 90 films screened during the week.
By Millar Hill The presence of tattoos are becoming more apparent within pop culture. It’s a practice that crosses social boundaries among all groups of people. Research has shown tattoos were once seen as a form of deviance
Despite the loss of an extra venue, the Windsor International Film Festival entered full swing opening night on Nov. 7. “This is opening night, and opening night is always pretty exciting,” said WIFF Executive Director Peter Coady. More than 100
By Aaron Wrotkowski Stepping into the Capitol Theatre in Windsor, one could feel there was something in the air. “Do you not feel the excitement? Do you not see the crowd? Do you not feel this is just some ordinary
By Joel Holosko Windsor Ontario has always had a rich wealth of musical talent. In the 1960’s and 70’s, CKLW was the most listened to radio station in all of North America, according to the film Radio Revolution: The
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