Local filmmakers Gemma Eva (“Rough Love”), Ken Amlin (“Time Well Spent”), and David DeRose and Anthony Greco (“Kubric”) featured in episode two of Windsor/Essex Showcase.
Brendan Scott Friel explains the creative process behind his melancholic new ballad “Shadows,” the second single release from his forthcoming album Summer Moons.
Madeline Doonaert’s highly anticipted deubut album Muddy Water delivers a powerful first collection of folk-infused songs about resilience, self-love, and overcoming hardship.
The Charles Clark Square and Lanspeary Park rinks have reopened for outdoor public ice skating with pandemic safety measures put in place by the City of Windsor.
The Bishop Boys have released their new single “Dark Days,” which delivers a gloomy reflection on pandemic life, civil unrest, and a hopeful forecast of brighter days ahead.
The numbers are in and Windsor’s Moose Lodge No.1499’s annual Toys 4 Tots fundraiser, despite being changed because of the pandemic, was a resounding success in 2020.
North 42 Degrees designated Ocean Wise restaurant and will participate in National Chowder Chowdown Festival supporting Ocean Wise Seafood program.
Brendan Scott Friel’s latest single ‘Cheap String Lights’ is a dreamy landscape of expert folk finesse, and a first taste of his upcoming 2021 album, Summer Moons.