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Mouth Piece Kick-Off Mouth-Off a total success!!










What an outstanding event the Mouth Piece Kick-Off Mouth-Off was! Although at first the storytellers were a bit shy, they gathered their guts and stepped up to the stage to share honest, funny, heartfelt stories about BOOKS. 480 more words

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Mouth Piece Makes the News!

Thank you to the Windsor Star, writer Beatrice Fantoni and photographer Tyler Brownbridge, for this incredible article on Mouth Piece Storytelling!

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Windsor in 1890: Public fights, dust and dirt, and a feisty daily newspaper

Muggings. Public brawls. Skinny dipping in the river. Windsor in 1890 was not quite the quiet Victorian town one might have expected, says author Patrick Brode. 677 more words


Dirt roads, first electric street lights and becoming a city

Death, disaster and daily issues have long been contenders for A1, the coveted front page of the newspaper.

In 1890, when the Windsor Record became the first daily paper in the city, many of the stories that made the front page list could still be there today. 880 more words


Private, public and a prisoner: 125 years of newspaper owners

From prisons to politics, The Star’s owners have had a vast set of personalities and passions. Over 125 years, the paper has passed through the hands of an ordained minister, the son of a fisherman, a billionaire and a tax lawyer. 1,500 more words


A winning team: 125 of journalism awards

The Star’s editor-in-chief likes to call it “punching above our weight.”

Over the years, the newspaper has amassed a collection of journalism awards for reporters, photographers and editors whose work has stood up against newspapers across the province – and the country. 1,591 more words


Represent the whole story

Re: Star journalists win five Ontario Newspaper Awards, by Jesselyn Cook, May 19.

Journalists Tyler Brownbridge, Carolyn Thompson, Don McArthur and Dylan Kristy received an award for their four-part series, … 171 more words