Cut Above The Rest: Hairstylists – London Beauty Part Three of Three

The beauty industry in London is lively and booming, but often not given the credit and praise it deserves. For the last part of this three-part series, I explored the complexities of hair salons in London. In an attempt to understand the depth of the hair business I chose to speak with stylists with several […]

London Vintage Shops: Grandma’s Attic Has Some Competition

Inspired by frustrations met by our Executive Director when she went antiquing last week, we want to offer you a few (mostly independent) spots in London to snag some vintage pieces to spruce up your space! It’s easy for people to forget that London is more than downtown, so we’ve located antique stores in every […]

Do More Than Drink Water: Self-Care Spots – London Beauty Part Two of Three

The beauty industry in London is lively and booming, but often not given the credit and praise it deserves. However, beauty has so many different subcategories and for this reason, we are featuring a three-part interview series with beauty professionals in London. This week, I got my collagen face mask on and explored the businesses […]

March Against Family Separations in London, Ontario 2018

The last day of June was so hot it must’ve had global warming skeptics rethinking their position. Regardless, the heat didn’t stop people across the world from marching against this pressing cause – family separations. I’m sure most know by now but to recap, the United States recently adopted a zero-tolerance policy toward those caught […]

The Foundation: Makeup Artists – London Beauty Part One of Three

The beauty industry in London is lively and booming, but often not given the credit and praise it deserves. However, beauty has so many different subcategories and for this reason, we are featuring a three-part interview series with beauty professionals in London. This week I dove deep into the makeup industry at different angles by […]

Caribbean Culture Shock – Finding Tastes Of Home In London, Ontario

Evidence of Caribbean culture within London is minimal. The reason is obvious – London’s Caribbean population is a mere 1.8 per cent according to the 2016 London Census. Regardless, you can still find small doses of island vibes around the city. For the readers in the 1.8 per cent or even people of other nationalities […]

Photo Gallery: London Fringe Festival’s Spectacular Showcase

The London Fringe Theatre Festival – a local showcase of independent artists – had a sold-out opening night on Tuesday, May 29 at the Palace Theatre accompanied with excitement, joy, and an overwhelming sense of community. I spoke briefly with a few of the performers before the show: “This is a new experience for our […]