With Windsor establishments gaining national accolades recently and the city the focus of some international attention, WAMM is giving you the reader the chance to recognize your favourite Windsor spots as the best our city has to offer. Give props to your amazing hairdresser, and shout out the curry that makes your eyes water. Tell us where you buy your bread and where you spend it. Give kudos to comic shops, and big ups to blogs. In short, share your picks for the best everything of Windsor with WAMM in our annual reader’s survey. Vote now, click the link below and make sure your favourites take home the titles of the best in Windsor.
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This weekend as the sound of prop-engine plains fills the skies over Windsor, closer to the earth the sounds of The Magic Hall of Mirrors, The Butcher, Citywide Vacuum, ASK, Kero, Heather Blush, Micheal Hargreaves, Ten Indians, Meters to Miles, Jet Trio, Tara Watts, Vultures! and more fill University Avenue, between Ouellette Avenue and Victoria.
And to draw your attention away from the over saturation of Red Bull logos the of Denial, BobArt, Sara Nickleson and Liz Lojewski.
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Pick up yours free at any of these locations!
If you’ve ever been to a live local music event over the last few years, chances are very good that you have spotted photographer Ronald Marston. With his distinctive flatcap and silver beard, Marston darts from venue to venue quaffing pints and snapping photos stageward, amassing a collection numbering in the hundreds nightly.
Art is powerful. It can shed light on realities and fictions in the world, give a voice to the voiceless, conjure up strong emotions and challenge authority. Art can make you feel, and above all else, think, and to some, this notion makes art very threatening.
Literary Arts Windsor is hosting a celebration of freedom of expression on February 12th with “An Evening of Degenerate Art.” The free event, which will be held at Mackenzie Hall at 8pm, will feature musical performances and readings of art and literature banned in Nazi Germany.