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Milwaukee Film Festival Calls for Entries
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Milwaukee Film Festival Calls for Entries

06-Mar-2017

Although 2016’s festival ended just a few short months ago, the 9th annual Milwaukee Film Festival is now calling for entries. The festival is accepting films of all genres, forms and lengths until the deadline on June 12. Submission to the festival is free, and for the third year in a row.... Read More

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Out of the Blue

Out of the Blue

Sarnia, Ontario and Port Huron, Michigan
01-Mar-2017

Although its sapphire blue water looks far more Caribbean than Canadian, the elegant city of Sarnia enjoys a long and colorful history as one of Ontario’s most inviting Great Lakes ports. The city’s heritage dates back to the 17th century, when Father Louis Hennepin and several other members of La Salle’s entourage found shelter there during a powerful autumn storm, befriended the native people and eventually established a settlement. That settlement, strategically located where Lake Huron feeds into the St. Clair River, grew to become one of the largest and most prosperous cities in southwestern Ontario. The unique coloration off Sarnia’s shore results from a combination of clear water, a natural limestone lakebed and just the right water depth. These factors allow reflected sunlight to project an extended range of blue rays, giving the local area one of its most endearing natural landmarks. “Every time we set up an exhibit at a travel show people always ask why we Photoshop the water to look like the Bahamas,” says Tourism Sarnia-Lambton’s Beverley Horodyski. “We tell them we don’t do anything — that’s .....

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Four Winns HD 220

Four Winns HD 220

01-Mar-2017

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Beneteau Monte Carlo 6

01-Mar-2017

Crownline E29 XS

01-Feb-2017

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01-Feb-2017

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01-Jan-2017

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