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 […]
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 […]
As soon as the night sky appeared, candles were lit up in Victoria Park to remember women who experienced violence. The Women’s Events Committee held a candlelit vigil for the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women. The annual event falls on December 6, the day 14 women were killed at École […]
Almost everyday I commute to One London Place, and I always wondered: What would London looked like from its misty canopy? To answer that question, I left my fear of heights at home, and grabbed my camera to show you what the view looks like from on top of Big Blue. You can read Laura […]
Trans people exist. That simple statement brought out dozens of supporters in Victoria Park Sunday, Nov. 25, for the Still Not Erased London march in support of trans and intersex rights. The march was organized last week, after Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Party membership voted in favour of a motion to declare gender studies ‘liberal ideology’. […]
On Saturday, Nov. 17, the Bakers Dozen – AKA B13 – officially opened its doors in Old East Village, welcoming people into London’s newest arts and culture hub. The business incubator is already off to a strong start, and new Fuser Fayadh A. was there to capture it on camera. For a more detailed look […]
What a night! On Thursday, Oct. 18, five amazing London bands took the stage at the Richmond Tavern to play… each others’ music. Fuse’s first ever Bands on Bands saw Cats, Esther’s Family, Fun Fact, Hiroshima Hearts and Charlie Weber swap songs for a one-of-a-kind performance. LondonFuse had our video cameras rolling all night, and […]
On Saturday, Oct. 13, the Heartaches Stringband released their debut album, Mrs. Johnson & Mr. Brown, to a packed house at the St. Regis Tavern. LondonFuse was there, cameras a-clickin’, to capture the night. If you’re new to the band, check out Fuser Steve Murphy’s QnA with Martin Horak here. Photos by Gerard Creces.
The Bakers Dozen was packed with people Saturday, Oct. 13, all there to witness the release of Charlie Weber’s debut album, Old Habits. Weber and the Glorious Failures brought down the house with a high-energy set to mark the occasion. The show also celebrated the one year anniversary of Forest City Records.
It was another Saturday filled with comics, games, art, and cosplay. The fifth annual Forest City Comicon took over the London Convention Centre to celebrate every aspect of geek and nerd culture. Plenty of people stopped by to play classic video games such as Mario Kart, meet some of their favourite celebrities, check out some new […]