Illustrator extraordinaire, Kyle Mowat has done it again. I just saw the excellent promo video for The Osheaga Festival Musique and immediately recognized Kyle's amazing animation as a colourful and oversized robot filled my... Read More
Spend the morning with LondonFuse in our studio with some coffee, chats and a live-streamed interview with special guests from Forked River Brewing Company!
When: Friday April 5, 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM
Where: The Studio, 402.5... Read More
I went to the Idewyld Inn recently and read the almost unbelieveable history of its founder. Here's the Inn's description of Charles Smith Hyman, or as I may refer to him, the most interesting man in London. The... Read More
One of London's greatest stores is making a comeback this summer. Ubercoolstuff – formally located in the MET – will reopen Saturday, August 4 at 122 Dundas Street. The new store will be shared with Design... Read More
In 2007, Mexico City announced plans to build 300 km of priority bike lanes throughout the city by 2012. By 2011, just over 22 km were built. The City clearly wasn't going to reach its promise. So a ragtag group of bicycle... Read More
There's been a lot of talk about the City of London's new vision for downtown. The vision is great. But part of it, as found in this post, includes an urban beach at the Forks of the Thames. Most people think it is crazy, and... Read More
Our friend Kirby Ferguson is back with another edition of Everything is a Remix. As the third video in the series, this one breaks down the act of creativity into three simple elements.
Spolier alert: Creativity is just stealing... Read More
Jack Layton was a true inspiration to me. I had the pleasure of meeting he and Olivia Chow a few times when I was in university. The man had class. If you haven't already read his last letter to Canadians, I highly suggest you do... Read More
It's time to love Dundas Street again! We're taking the cars off the road and replacing them with live music, dodgeball tournaments, children's bouncing castles, and many more fun activities.
Sign up and tell your friends that... Read More
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