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From left: Ruby Joy as Sorel Bliss, Lucy Peacock as Judith Bliss and Tyrone Savage as Simon Bliss in Hay Fever.
Jul 18, 2014 | Add Comment | London Community News

Stratford Festival: Hay Fever more madcap than mad

Chet Greason

I struggled with why Noël Coward’s Hay Fever was included in this year’s Festival playbill based...

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Columns | Jul 18, 2014

Sex Tape is a dull, tone deaf comedy and not the least bit sexy: review

Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel star as marrieds looking to get some heat back between the sheets in by make a sex video in Sex...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Linda Barnard
Columns | Jul 17, 2014

The Purge: Anarchy exceeds original in mayhem, plotting: review

Writer/director James DeMonaco uses the same formula and a no-name cast to exceed his original surprise box office winner,...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Bruce DeMara
Columns | Jul 17, 2014
Boyhood is one of the best films of the year: 4-star review

Boyhood is one of the best films of the year: 4-star review

You’re watching real life unfold on the screen in Richard Linklater’s film — and it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before

OurWindsor.Ca | by Peter Howell
Columns | Jul 17, 2014
Phil McLeod

Complicated lives for female politicians

Single motherhood claimed another political victim last week. Tammy Lee Marche announced to her supporters, “I have decided...

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Columns | Jul 10, 2014
Phil McLeod

Building on preserving city’s heritage

In the past two decades London has become much more focused on preserving its heritage buildings.

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Columns | Jul 04, 2014
Phil McLeod

London’s ‘best mayor’ not running in next election

She may be the best mayor we never had, as some commentators have suggested, but is she the mayor we can keep?

London Community News
Jun 29, 2014

Urban design isn’t complicated: Bryant

Over a coffee latte in Williams Café in downtown London, Judy Bryant is asked if she sees anything that stands out as good...

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Jun 22, 2014

Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame ceremony an Expos extravaganza: Griffin

Former Montreal Expos third baseman Tim Wallach and broadcaster Dave Van Horne headed a group of four inductees at the...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Richard Griffin
Jun 19, 2014

DVD reviews: Enemy and Blood Ties

DVD reviews by Peter Howell

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Peter Howell
Jun 19, 2014

Obvious Child a non-clinical take on abortion: review

This romantic comedy approaches the difficult topic with heart, humour and considerable courage

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Bruce DeMara
Jun 19, 2014

Explore the Thames Valley Parkway

With summer mere days away and the school year almost over, for many London families it’s time to start thinking about the...

London Community News | 1 Comment
Jun 18, 2014

Stephen Harper set the rules, but never won pipeline support: Tim Harper

Stephen Harper had no option but to give his blessing to the Northern Gateway pipeline, but that doesn't mean it will ever be...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Tim Harper
Jun 12, 2014

22 Jump Street laughs at itself, again: review

If it seemed Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill couldn’t possibly exceed their over-the-top buddy cop antics of 21 Jump Street,...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Peter Howell
Jun 12, 2014

Wolfcop as horror/comedy mostly howlingly bad: review

Writer/director Lowell Dean's attempt to blend horror and comedy in Wolfcop is not particularly successful, despite decent...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Bruce DeMara
Jun 12, 2014

Silent Retreat suffers from whisper-thin plot: review

A silent retreat for female felons in the Canadian woods becomes the setting for a horror with Silent Retreat

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Linda Barnard
Jun 11, 2014

Last gasp for Ontario’s Common Sense Revolution?: Hepburn

A Tim Hudak election defeat would spell the end forever of the Common Sense Revolution

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Bob Hepburn

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