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WINDSOR SALT & STAN ROGAL

The Vancouver-born poet and novelist Stan Rogal was the featured reader for the launch tonight of the annual Windsor Salt publication from the University of Windsor’s Creative Writing department. 140 more words

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Musical chairs recycling game

Yesterday, 22th March, EVS volunteers organised a recycling game in Youth Café Drumshanbo. It was based on musical chairs but the aim was learning more about good recycling habits. 132 more words

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London: the day after...

One of the song that was on the playlist was “Imagine” by John Lennon. That made me crack a smile, although it wasn’t a sign of happiness.

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Threatened on the towpath

You have got to sort things out on the Kennet and Avon Canal towpath – Canal and River Trust .

l was verbally threatened this morning by a jogger – with a dog running in front of him – on the downward incline to Grosvenor Bridge. 182 more words

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A Woman Walks on the Detroit River

It was such a great pleasure to see Emily Schultz back in Windsor Wednesday night (March 22). Her roots are here. She not only studied English Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Windsor, but her grandfather, Herman, was a rumrunner in Detroit during Prohibition. 571 more words

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Hand made

Sometimes you try, and try but it does not happen. I have experience, knowledge, but I have a great challenge I am not fluent in Japanese, so I am not getting where I want … Soon it will be 1 year that I arrived here. 43 more words

Garden Therapy

Whether you’re a new mom or not, everyone needs an outlet for stress and relaxation. While I was pregnant and not working as many hours as I was used to, I decided to start a garden. 259 more words

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