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You might be missing being able to explore – or even just see – the streets of London, ON. However, thanks to urban photographers, you can still discover new spots and perspectives of the Forest City. What is Urban Photography? Urban photography, also called street photography, highlights the beauty in everyday life. It features the architecture, streetscapes, and the people we pass...
Share, inspire, and celebrate by nominating an organization or individual for the 2020 Pillar Community Innovation Awards. London and the surrounding counties are full of nonprofit organizations, social enterprises, and individuals who are working to make our community a better place. For 14 years, Pillar Nonprofit Network has recognized and celebrated the hard work and contributions of Londoners through their...
Self-care is a hot button topic in a society that can emphasize productivity at the expense of mental wellness. It’s quickly become somewhat of an industry, with corporations selling all sorts of often superficial products to us under the umbrella of self-care. What does self-care actually look like? The truth is, self-care is unique to the individuals caring for themselves....
London, ON’s Big Bike Giveaway and the Squeaky Wheel Bike Co-Op are working together to provide free bikes to low-income essential workers. Essential workers are sacrificing their health and safety, and the health and safety of their families, to provide necessary services and resources for their communities. And low-income essential workers such as grocery store workers, delivery drivers, cleaners, food...
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When we say little, we mean big. For many of us, the past four weeks have brought many things from job loss, to isolation anxiety, to worn-out sweatpants. Despite the amount of significantly distressing and heartbreaking situations the spread of COVID-19 has caused, there are a myriad of lessons we've learned and can take forward on the other side, when...
We're over a month into COVID-19 physical distancing and restrictions. There are a lot of reasons to be stressed and scared. However, thankfully, there are also a lot of reasons to feel grateful as Londoners step up to take care of each other during this tumultuous time. Brighten up your day with this collection of good news stories, creative endeavours,...
Londoners are coming together as a community to support those who are on the frontlines fighting and providing essential services during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Over the past month, COVID-19 has had devastating impacts on our city, the country, and across the globe. Social distancing and extensive closures to schools, non-essential businesses and organizations, and even parks, means a lot...
Send a Message, digital prints graphite, ink & tape. Travelling installation displayed at UPRLFT Design & Photo Studio, Good Sport Gallery & Bealart Year End Show, 2019.
This article was originally published by Femme Art Review and is republished on LondonFuse through our affiliate partnership. London-based interdisciplinary artist Monica Joy Peeff combines tangible mediums like ceramics and drawing with the digital sentiment of the iCloud and internet messaging. Always observing their surroundings with a sketchbook in hand, Monica’s work is contemplative and explores queer identity. Peeff specifically...
It’s been just over a month since much of the country went into social distancing isolation. Some of us are working from home. Some of us are out of work. And some of us on the front lines in the medical field or providing essential services like groceries and supplies.  Daily, we take in the news and updates from our country’s...
It started with a Facebook post. In the midst of self-isolation brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, local music producer and audio professor Darryl Lahteenma was looking for something to do to lift everyone’s spirits in an uncertain world. With so many musicians and songwriters stuck inside for the foreseeable future, he thought, why not write a song? So, Darryl...