By Amos Johnson Young Canadian filmmakers will be showcasing their talents for a short film contest hosted by the Film Camp for Kids & Youth. The contest is for National Youth Arts Week from May 1-7 with a theme celebrating
By Cyrus Chase People of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer community are feeling more accepted today. The Windsor Essex Pride Community office was established in the fall of 2008. Things started off rough because at the time homophobia
By Noah Gecelovsky This November, men are joining the fight against cancer and men’s mental health by growing out their facial hair and giving donations to the Movember Foundation and local cancer centres. Movember started in Melbourne, Australia
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.
By Mandy Matthews Whether they’re from the barnyard or the backyard, animals have been suffering through the extreme weather of January 2014. In January, new record low temperatures put Windsor’s 72-year-old record into a deep freeze when Environment Canada reported
By Richard Riosa Local business and tourism experts foresee a potentially negative impact on the Windsor-Detroit border due to the U.S. government shutdown. The United States government announced a temporary shutdown Oct. 1. It was caused by a dispute over
By Hailey Trealout The Essex and Community Historical Research Society held a fundraiser March 23 to keep their doors open in order to educate the public on its local history. The ECHRS is an organization that began in 2007 and