Monthly Archives: December 2011

Floating Toast and other Random New Year’s Eve Tidbits


Ringing in the New Year? Just what does that mean? My guess is church bells ringing on the stroke of midnight. Do church bells still ring in Windsor? They will be in Dublin, Ireland, and people from around the world … Continue reading

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‘Tis Much Better to Give.


Yes, it’s always better to give at Christmas than receive. At least, that’s how I feel. (And what better justification for going shopping?!) If you are STILL looking for that perfect gift, take heart. On Friday, Dec. 23rd, from 11 … Continue reading

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Someone Yell Fire!? 63rd Anniversary of Adelman’s Inferno


Remember Adelman’s Department Store in downtown Windsor? I do – sort of, but there are plenty of people who recall this beloved, long gone department store, (along with Smith’s), practically with tears in their eyes. When my husband and partner … Continue reading

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Remembering a Jinxed Motorcycle Club


A few years ago, Windsorite Dave MacRae posted a news clipping on our Facebook site, “Windsor Ontario Then” detailing the tragic story of his Uncle Jack MacRae who was a member of a local motorcycle club called The Throttle Twisters. His … Continue reading

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