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London: The wait for a comedy festival is over! If you’ve been wondering where this fall’s London Fuse Comedy Preview has been, I’m sorry I’ve been a bit preoccupied. For the last couple months, I’ve been co-organizing one of the biggest endeavors in London comedy history: London Laughs. Having been on the inside working on this undertaking since the late...
You’ve made it through your first month, students! As you settle into the academic year, you may want a change of scenery to refresh your mind and focus your studies. Or, maybe you are not currently a student and are simply looking for a new place to grab a seat and get some work done. Either way, here is...
Bad Art Festival III happened this past Saturday, October 19th, at Brown & Dickson Bookstore, and it was a day that will live in our hearts for years to come. First, the afternoon portion of the fest filled with wave after wave of curious festival goers. Whoops of laughter were heard from people receiving their terrifying blind contour portraits and...
To listen to the music of Brit folk icon Richard Thompson one would presume a serious, brooding man in conversation. However as any who have seen him live can attest, he is witty, droll and funny. As goes RT live, so goes RT in conversation. I unwittingly set myself up for a crack after mentioning that I am both a...
Judi Gasparik as Pennywise from "IT" at London Comic Con in London, Ontario
It's one of the few places in London where you can see a Dalek run in a political race and multiple versions of Pennywise the Dancing Clown in the same room. London Comic Con 2019 brought another year of fans celebrating their favourite comics, TV shows, movies, and video games, along with their beloved characters. RBC London Place, formerly the London...
A grey day couldn't chase away the artists of Free for (W)all 3! Fuser Sammy Roach stopped by Powerhouse Brewing Company to catch some of the artistry happening at the 3rd Free for (W)all festival put on by local artist James Kirkpatrick and Life of Leisure. There were many spots where festivalgoers could pick up a can themselves and take part...
"The past is never dead. It's not even past." -William Faulkner Vanessa Brown has been living with ghosts for more years than she cares to remember. Her research into a string of London murders is the laser focus of her new book, The Forest City Killer: A Serial Murderer, a Cold-Case Sleuth, and a Search for Justice. There are many ghosts...
This weekend, from Friday to Sunday, art and music take centre stage at several locations in London, ON. Free For (W)All, back in its third incarnation, is an event intended to breathe new life into the walls and streets of London's Old East Village. With music and dancing factoring largely into the festivities, organizers Mitch Taylor and James Kirkpatrick, have...
Red Arms new album Critical State is a collection of calculated and precise rock songs that demands to be cranked on your stereo. London’s Red Arms new album Critical State is a little more radio friendly than they’d probably like to admit. Although the requirements for a degree in indie and punk-cred can be heard throughout these tracks, the songs...
Did you ever draw as a kid? Do you sometimes wish you could pick up the pencil again? Drawing is a fantastic skill to have in your toolkit, whether for your professional goals or for a satisfying hobby. However, drawing can become a little...lonely. As appealing as it might sound to curl up in a blanket with paper and pencil...