Angelo Marignani: Bringing the Roses back to Rose City

Angelo Marignani: Bringing the Roses back to Rose City

“I would like to see more roses. We are the city of roses.”   Newly appointed director of the Downtown Windsor Business Improvement Association, Angelo Marignani, intends to beautify the downtown core. Marignani has been a member of the DWBIA for close to ten years and during that time has...

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The Loop of Misery: a look at depression in students

The Loop of Misery: a look at depression in students

According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, 25% of male and 26% of female post-secondary students in the United States and Canada report suffering from depression. Meaning, one in four students experience; emptiness, helplessness, insomnia, thoughts of suicide, pessimism, loss of interest in activities, fatigue, etc. Why would students in...

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Local Documentary Sparks Conversation on Technology

Local Documentary Sparks Conversation on Technology

  The premiere of the Border City Music Project, held on Thursday March 13th at the Capitol Theatre, started a conversation within the community. Despite having a main focus on the history of local music, both in Windsor and Detroit, the film contained strong implications regarding the effects new technologies...

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The Art of Black History Month

The Art of Black History Month

Amongst the flowers and heart shaped candy this Valentine’s Day, there was an evening representing history and culture. Presented by The Artists of Colour the art exhibit titled The Stories We Tell opened its doors to pedestrians on Friday, February the 14th. In honour of Black History Month, the artists...

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Back to Burlesque

Back to Burlesque

On Friday February 7th, Burlesque performers lined the stage of Venue Music Hall. There were local talents, as well as, some out-of-towners from Kitchener, ON. Windsor is not new to Burlesque, with the well-known patron Roxi D’lite under its belt, the community seemed well adjusted to the concept. It appears...

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Humans of the Railroad

Humans of the Railroad

‘Black’ is not just a word or a colour; it is identity, culture, and an incredible story. The Underground Railroad was an extensive journey for many who wanted to escape the grasp of white slave owners in the Southern United States. Those who made it to the North came through...

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It’s Time to Bundle Up Again, Windsor.

This years winter has been a colder one than usual. With record temperature lows and snow squalls, the locals of Windsor/Essex County have had to adapt. For those who drive, getting to work on time has been a challenge. Local Erik Donovan has this to say about his experience in...

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The Windsor Music Scene WSG Tom Lucier

The Windsor Music Scene WSG Tom Lucier

A look at Windsor’s Music Scene through the eyes of local Bar Owner, Tom Lucier.

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