Pints With Punks – Ep. 1 Pt. 3

The third and final installment of Pints With Punks starts with our lightning round, and quickly devolves from there. The casualties – a 12 pack of Storm Stayed and a case of Anderson. But, because of their sacrifice, we were able to give you answers to the toughest questions… Is TV violence punk? How about […]

Get Your Dose Of Local Music This Saturday At City Folk

It’s time for a change, London… This Saturday, January 26, a new(ish) music series will descend upon London. Starting at 7pm at The Rosewood Room, a lineup featuring Deni Gauthier (St. Thomas), Karen Emeny (London), and Ivan Rivers (Huron County), will from here on out be known as City Folk: A Local Songwriters Series. This […]

Warming Up To The O’Pears

Toronto folk trio The O’Pears are bringing their gorgeous harmonies to The Aeolian this Friday. While singers Jill Harris, Meg Contini, and Lydia Persaud have performed at The Aeolian as backing vocalists for acts such as Royal Wood and Barbra Lica, this will be their first headlining show at the historic venue. This group is […]

Gillette: The Best Comments Section Marketing Can Get

So how about that Gillette ad? I was thinking about writing a column about Gillette’s newest ad campaign, which tackles quite a few subjects pertaining to the concept of modern manhood, including Gillette’s former “The Best A Man Can Get” slogan. The video is so powerful (interpret that how you will), that every major news […]

10 Tasty Picks For Londonlicious Blizzard Edition 2019

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… Londonlicious! It’s here. January can sometimes feel like an absolute task, beginning to end. The lack of sunlight, the abundance of snow, and getting back into the groove following a leisurely holiday season… it’s tough. But you know what makes these days a little brighter? Delicious food […]

PHOTOS: Wet’suwet’en Solidarity Rally

About 100 people gathered in downtown London Wednesday, Jan. 9, to rally in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en peoples in British Columbia. The rally was in response to the arrest of 14 protesters by the RCMP at a checkpoint in northern British Columbia, where a massive liquid natural gas project is set to go through traditional Wet’suwet’en […]

Pints With Punks Pt. 1 – Punk Or Hipster?

On a cold and snowy night in December, local, no-good punks Nathan, Jay and Syd stopped in to Fuse HQ for a hard-hitting interview over several local craft beers. In part one, we talk about the differences and similarities between punks and hipsters. The sloppy adventures will continue in part two, where we dig deep […]

Spick And Spam – Navigating Western’s Email Woes

*!!!!AN URGENT MESSAGE IS WAITING FOR YOU!!!* You’ve most likely been hit with this imperative click now. That email that sends you spiraling into a state of panic as you contemplate your new life running from the CRS, or as the sole inheritor of a dying millionaire’s fortune. It’s entertaining, appalling, and ridiculous. But for […]

PHOTOS: Chasing Down The CP Holiday Train

For as long as I can remember, I have always had a fascination with big machines, particularly trains. I started with watching Thomas the Tank engine, having model trains and venturing track side to watch the trains go by. In 2011 I got my first video camera because I simply wanted to document these trains […]

Cardboard Cafe Keeps Winning At Game Of Life

Opening any new business can be a roll of the dice, but for Cardboard Cafe owner, Josh Rivers, it’s been far more move ahead than miss your turn. The cafe turns four this December, with a special open house Dec. 19, welcoming gamers and non-gamers alike to come in and enjoy the atmosphere. The dominating […]