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.
I Luv Coffee Roasters teamed up with Toasty’s Grilled Cheese & Salad Bar to introduce the community to their artisan coffee beverages and product mascot “The Gord” last Friday.
Rob Tymec masterfully performs the one man comedy play Master of Squirrels by local playwright Joey Ouellette delighting audiences at the Walkerville Artists’ Co-op.
Review: Arts Collective Theatre’s production of Footloose The Musical was a high energy hit, executed by a stellar youth cast, and filled with exciting drama, music, and dance.
Fourty fiber artists participated in the inaugural Windsor-Essex Fiber Shō at Walkerville’s Shō Art, Spirit & Performance showcasing everything from clothing apparel to home decor.
In two weeks, eight Extension Korda Summer Session acting camp students put together and deliver a remarkable evening of Robert Munsch tales called appropriately Munschables.
Tour di Via Italia brought excitement to Erie Street for the 60th edition of the cycling races, with Ryan Roth defending his championship title, and a new Aldo Sfalcin trophy.