It may have been a chilly Spring day outside, but the wind instruments being played on the stage Sunday afternoon were, as one audience member surmised, “nothing but hot.”
April’s picks (The Party & The Insult) for the ongoing WIFF 365 monthly showings might well be described as totally unrelated cinematically exposed urban conflict.
The Art Gallery of Windsor’s Hind vs Hind exhibit illustrates how art changes over time featuring the art of William G. H. Hind and his great, great, great nephew Dave Hind.
Changes in downtown Windsor hotels includes a swank lounge opening at the Best Western Plus Waterfront Hotel and the closing of The Social Pub at the Sunbridge Hotel.
The fix is in and it’s in the kitchen, the Bike Kitchen. Bike Windsor Essex has set up a non-profit do-it-yourself community bike repair shop and education centre.
Photographer Howard Weeks, now a member of the Walkerville Artists’ Co-op, showcases his framed landscape photography, which is available for purchase.
Last Train To Rose City, a vintage vinyl reggae, ska and soul, Ram Jam at Villains Beastro, featuring Hamilton’s DJ Boss Chops, and Chicago DJ Darren Reggae, happens on March 31, 2018.
Mattie Leon, a uniquely Canadian folk and R&B artist, is the featured performer with local musicians Leighton Bain and Sasha Jordan Appler, Friday, March 30, at Phog Lounge.
Phog Lounge will be hopping on Friday night (March 23, 2018), featuring The Foreign Resort (Denmark), Beautiful Nothing (Burlington, ON), Bobby Sproat & The Feedbacks (Windsor).
Just ahead of the annual bird migration, the Windsor Symphony Orchestra will perform music in tribute to the arriving winged tourists, in collaboration with Pelee Island Bird Observatory.