The 32nd edition of the St. Angela Merici Festival along Erie Street and benefiting St. Angela Catholic Church, brought lots of fun, smiles, and Italian culture to Windsor’s Via Italia.
Whiskytown Festival had success written all over it from the start, with few tweaks, this year’s edition, held on the grounds of Walkerville’s St. Mary’s Church, was even better.
This year’s Walkerville busker festival, known as Busk On The Block, the city’s only festival of its kind, takes hundreds of spectators to the stars with acrobats, jugglers and aerialists.
Windsor’s Bloomsbury House Stage Productions’ inaugural play, Marjorie Prime, takes its audience into a future where we reminisce with androids who look like our loved ones.
Five Korda-Extension actors, all ironically having the same name, Nat, took over the stage at KordaZone Theatre in a courageous attempt to fight the dog days of summer.
Queen B, an original play by Revolution Youth Theatre’s Neil Francis Monforton is a fantastic show about a young man coming out as gay and on a quest to become a drag performer.
Thousands, spent Sunday inside the cavernous Shed 3 at Detroit’s Eastern Market trying to judge books by their covers during the 3rd Annual Detroit Festival of Books.
Premiere of Watching Glory Die by Canadian playwright Judith Thompson shines a light on the true story of imprisoned young offender Ashley Smith who died by her own hands.
The 2019 Miss Universe Canada Western Ontario regional pageant was a “nail-biting” evening for 18 young women and a glamourous night of unprecedented entertainment.
Walkerville Art Walk opened with a flourish of art, music and food Friday night along five block stretch of Wyandotte Street and a few things in-between like buskers and musicians.