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Wednesday, January 27, 2021

A Neighbourhood Mural Story

700 Dundas St, right between Palace Theatre and Ark Aid Mission. That was the spot the Old East Village Business Improvement Association had offered...

London Neighbourhood Histories: The Wonders Of Westmount

From inception to fruition, London’s Westmount neighbourhood has served as the backdrop for many of the city’s historic moments. Located in the southwest corner of...

A Downtown Playground for Market Lane

The Forest City Playground is bringing new life to a busy downtown walkway that leads to Covent Garden Market. For years, my family spent three...

London Neighbourhood Histories: Argyle — Not Just For Socks

When you think of the Argyle neighbourhood, you probably first picture the shopping centre at Dundas Street and Clarke Road on the eastern edge...

London Neighbourhood Histories: Hamilton Road Takes Care Of Business(es)

Lying just southeast of the downtown core, the Hamilton Road neighbourhood truly has a life of its own.  A mix of industry, small businesses, and...

RAW: Digital Photography as Self-Care

Each person turns toward different outlets to help self-soothe in times of distress. From a young age, my main outlet has been my creativity. This...

Rolling The Dice On Gaming: The Game Chamber

​Tim Brown would have to admit it wasn’t always a dream of his to open a specialty gaming store, but it’s definitely become one. Tim...

London Neighbourhood Histories: SoHo — Built to Last, with Room to...

As far as heritage goes, the legacy of London, ON’s SoHo neighbourhood lies in the foundation of its buildings.  Many of SoHo’s buildings have a...

Mental Wellness for Musicians

With the dizzying lights of new cities every night, the many hours spent sitting in a car, the late night stops at pizza joints,...

London Neighbourhood Histories: Growing Up in Huron Heights

I grew up in Huron Heights. I spent my first 18 years in the suburb known as Hillcrest, just east of Kipps Lane. It...