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.
Cardinal Music Productions’ presentation of horror master Stephen King’s Carrie, the Musical, serves up a spectacular sequence of songs, dances, and rousing choruses.
American Buffalo by David Mamet, presented by Post Productions at Shadowbox Theatre, is precisely the type of ideal entertainment for a lazy summer’s night.
Michael J. Krym’s Imaginary Lines, written to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the start of WWII, premiering at Walkerville’s Sho Studios captures a full range of emotions.
Whiskeyjack Boutique, a Canadian and locally made gift and souvenir shop, in downtown Windsor’s Maiden Lane celebrated their official grand opening on Canada Day.
Inaugural Urban Wine Festival organized by Windsor Eats was a success filled weekend of wine sampling, delicious food, entertainment, and people mingling and having fun.
Bayou County, an outstanding new Windsor based Creedence Clearwater Revival tribute, rocked the Olde Walkerville Theatre supporting Assisted Living Southwestern Ontario.
Via Italia’s Italian Village, part of Windsor’s Carrousel of the Nations, opened a wonderful three-day celebration with outstanding restaurants, diverse entertainment, and more.
In Korda Extension Youth Players Reefer Madness, at Kordazone Theatre, all starts innocently enough when Jeremy Burke cast as Jimmy Harper takes his first puff of marijuana.