After seven successful successive years, Windsor Zombie Walk 2014 looked like it was dead when the founding organizer announced in late July that the event was cancelled. Disappointed by the announcement, friends and associates of Micheal Reeve, organizer of Windsor Zom-B-Con, encouraged him to plan Windsor Zombie Walk 2014. According to Reeve his friends said, […]
Trot With The Troops captured in pictures by Steven Dzibela in Windsor’s Olde Sandwich Towne on Saturday, September 20th, 2014.
The Inaugural Walkerville Night Market ends a successful fun and well attended season in Windsor’s historic Walkerville Neighborhood.
The first annual Artilicious presented by Caesars Windsor is an exciting new local food and art showcase that has emerged from the rebranding of the Kidney Foundation of Canada Windsor and District Chapter’s popular Annual Pasta & Pizza Fest. The Artilicious Committee is now accepting applications from those food establishments interested in participating.
(picture above: People having fun at the Fit For Heart Jumping Jack World Record Attempt at Caesars Windsor on Sunday, September 14, 2014. Submitted by Rochelle Stachurski, Area Manager Windsor, Ontario | Heart and Stroke Foundation.) The Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario-Windsor invited Windsorites to the “Fit For Heart” Jumping Jack Guinness World Record […]
The Essex Memorial Spitfire Dedication Ceremony in honour of WWII Royal Canadian Air Force veterans took place around the replica Spitfire identical to the one Jerry Billings piloted during the D-Day invasion,
Newly formed local Windsor Essex band members from SieraSlave discuss upcoming original CD release during practice days before their Phog Phest 6 performance
Organizers of BookFest Windsor 2014 announced the details and schedule of events for this year’s festival at The Windsor Star News Café on September 10, 2014. The 13th annual BookFest Windsor literary festival will feature unique literature and entertainment. The festival event draws Canadian authors, publishers, graphic artists, and their readers to downtown Windsor for […]