Sara Mai Chitty

Multi-Media Journalist

25 Years of rock n' roll at the Bovine Sex Club

The iconic Queen St W venue has not only been shaping the Toronto music scene for 25 years, but also influencing dining and entertainment in the Forest City
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Face to Face are comin' for ya London

Skate punk rockers Face to Face play the London Music Hall November 6th
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Public Animal wants to take you somewhere under the rainbow

While wandering the streets of Toronto en route to the bank, Ian Blurton answers questions about Public Animal’s newest album Palace Arms
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Chixdiggit have been hanging out with you for 25 years

The pop punk foursome from Calgary, AB are celebrating twenty five years in style - with their own beer and a new album
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A Toronto punk is crowdfunding for a 6-pack of Pabst

"Punk rock won't pay the bills, but Kickstarter will:” Navigating the ethics of crowdfunding in 2016
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Son of Dave returns to Canada

The harmonica-toting soloist appeases his cult following by returning to the homeland
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Calling Music Fans to Action

Nahko and Medicine for the People are a world music band encouraging fans to advocate for sustainable land stewardship and indigenous rights
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10 Things I Needed To Do Before Leaving London

I've resided in the Forest City for eight years, so I couldn't leave without first partaking in some world class activities the city has to offer...
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Speed City Records Rolls Across the Road

At the beginning of June, London's longest-running record store moved right across the road and is bigger and better than ever, offering pinball, records and more!
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Yo Mama got nothing on this Resto

Previously known as "The Starving Artist," this new eatery is a hidden gem in Old East Village
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Dundas and Old East Street Festivals

The London Fringe Festival and Our Street London are calling for applications to two exciting street festivals happening this year.
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"No truth, no reconciliation," says Wab Kinew

Anishnaabe broadcaster, educator and musician delivers talk on transforming the legacy of residential schools
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