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London’s Ghost Signs — Part Two

Haunted by age, neglect, and weather, London, ON’s ghost signs tell the story of another time. Ghost signs  — faded memorials to businesses past —...

London’s Ghost Signs — Part 1

Ghost signs — the old and faded signs of businesses and people of days gone by — serve as reminders of the changing city,...

It Takes All Sorts – An Unofficial Local Bestiary of London...

Allow me to paint a familiar picture for you. Its Friday night. After your long, arduous workweek, you decide that adult beverages are in order...

Gather round at the Rosewood Room, it’s time again for City...

Put down your phones and perk up your ears. The third installment of 331arts City Folk: A Local Songwriters’ Series takes place this Saturday, May...

Fuse Photo Feature: Junos Gala Dinner

On the day before the Junos, Canada's music makers gathered for a gala affair. Hosted by Billy Talent's frontman, Ben Kowalewicz, the gala dinner event...

Once Upon A Time On Dundas… As Written By You!

LondonFuse was in a storytelling mood at the Dundas Street Arts Festival Aug. 11. We brought some paper and pens, and our wonderful, creative...

Art House Film Screenings At Odyssey Records

After 5 enter through the back door... There's a new spot in town to meet up with your friends in the dark, and yes someone...

Otakus And OVAs – Talking Anime With The Owner Of Neo...

To the card-carrying anime fanatics out there (hello my comrades), Neo Tokyo at 787 Dundas St. may not be a new name. But for...

Light, Fun, Charming, And Gregarious: Five Years Of Tingfest

It's back... Posters and prints in a wide diversity of colours and styles adorn the walls of the Arts Project. A rack filled with tantalizing...

London Bicycle Café Giving “Coffee To-Go” A Whole New Meaning

The London Bicycle Café is a space unlike any other in the city. It's a community hub that puts quality first, whether on wheels or...