Henry Ford Museum’s Hallowe’en In Greenfield Village is filled with fantastic sights and fun for families to enjoy this Halloween season on the other side of the border.
The inaugural Bootleggers Bash celebrated the 100th anniversary of the start of US Prohibition and Windsor, Ontario’s connection to it in a speakeasy style event.
The incomparable Bruce Dow brought his one man play, A Funny Proposition, to Windsor’s Kordazone Theatre, retrospectively mastering middle age with his performance.
Post Productions’ Autopsy by local playwright Alex Monk, and A Haunting in E Flat by Joey Ouellette are a double bill of horrible magnificence that are both chilling and humourous.
Tall Tale Theatre Co.’s Commedia Noir written by Averey Meloche, presented in partnership with Gina Lori Riley Dance Enterprises, is innovative and flawlessly performed by the cast.
Bill Culp’s Surfin’ Safari Beach Party Tribute rocked the Olde Walkerville Theatre taking the audience on a trip down memory lane with fabulous recreations of California music icons.
Show Review: University of Windsor drama students in University Players production of Othello, Shakespeare’s most celebrated tragedy, is brilliantly brought into the 21st Century.
The fourth edition of Open Streets Windsor closed down streets across the city, making them only accessible to pedestrians, for another successful day of community enjoyment.
In Cardinal Music Productions’ Annie The Musical, Peyton Del Papa in the lead role, along with the entire cast are melting hearts as they deliver a delightful evening of entertainment.
One commonality during the Canada South Blues Society’s 15th Annual Riverside Blues Festival and Foodraiser was the influence of B.B. King’s music on the featured bands.