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.
David Musyj talks with Straight Outta Windsor’s Andy Sullivan about his journey and life, giving a better understanding of his thought processes and perspectives.
Greg Monforton has been one of the most recognizable lawyers in the Windsor community for most of his 38-year career. In this interview Straight Outta Windsor talks to Greg.
Local high school teacher, Susan Walker remembered for her love of family, friends, singing, and dancing during her life celebration fittingly with live music by the 519 Band.
June Muir, talks about the upcoming S’Aints Sleighing Hunger concert, the need for local food banks in our community, and how the concert’s proceeds will be used.
Toys 4 Tots, the annual Windsor Moose Lodge 1499 holiday fundraiser for children, raised record funds this year as local bands rocked the night away.
Canada South Blue Society introduced Greater Essex County District School Board teachers to Blues In The Schools program featuring Detroit bluesman Reverend Robert B. Jones, Sr.
Apples hanging on the trees are ready for picking at Wagner Orchards and Estate Winery in Lakeshore, Ontario. Enjoy apple picking, baked apple pie and strudel, local wine and more.
The Roseland Spitfire, a tribute to Arnold “Rosey” Roseland, flown into Windsor by Dave Hadfield, is on display for the weekend at the Canadian Historical Aircraft Association.
The fix is in and it’s in the kitchen, the Bike Kitchen. Bike Windsor Essex has set up a non-profit do-it-yourself community bike repair shop and education centre.