Arsonist At Large

Right next door to the two houses that went up on April 11th, is this old building was built in 1890, and is likely destined for the dumpster. It was torched on Tuesday night. For coverage of the fire, but sure to visit Windsor Visuals. Old elements, like the cast …

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Low-Martin House Update

As you can see from today’s photo, the progress on the roof of the Low-Martin house is progressing nicely. Soon enough the house, along with the guest house and wall along the edge of the property, will look as they did in 1928.

Best New Show

Friday night CJAM held their annual Jammies award ceremony. As most readers know, I co-host Scaledown Radio along with Chris Holt from scaledown.ca, and Friday night Scaledown Radio was honored with an award for “Best New Show”. Don’t forget to tune in today, and every Monday from Noon to 1:00 …

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Call For Volunteers

I received an email from a regular reader, who asked me to pass along this information on this worthwhile event: Returns for Leukemia Research is a fundraising initiative of The Beer Store and its employee union, UFCW Local 12R24, to raise funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada. …

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Mount Francis

HAPPY EARTH DAY TO YOU… HAPPY EARTH DAY TO YOU… HAPPY EARTH DAY MOUNT FRANCIS… HAPPY EARTH DAY TO YOU! What a mess. There is no one involved in this strike who doesn’t reek of garbage. As someone who’s been out of work since the end of 2008, I really …

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Mandarin Gardens

1928 newspaper ad for the Mandarin Gardens on Ouellette Ave. The Mandarin was located on Ouellette across the street from the Palace. Another view, this one from higher up, looking north on Ouellette, the top of the Mandarin Gardens sign is visible here. I have no listing for them in …

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