Midwinter Music Series Plants Itself At Taproot

Is there anything better than music to cast off the winter blues? A new concert series is taking place this month at the Taproot in OEV, aptly titled the Midwinter Music Series. Fuse caught up with organizer Hillary Watson for a Q’n’A about the series itself, and why you need to get yourself there. FUSE: […]

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 […]

A Timeline Of Harris Park’s History

Harris Park is more than a green space – it’s a part of local history. After all, Eldon House, above the park, is the oldest home in the Forest City, and Harris Park recognizes the family who loved the home for over a century. The space can go from a tranquil walking path to a […]

A Timeline Of Victoria Park’s History

Get to know the heart of Downtown London! Whether you’ve gone to one of the many festivals, or walked past the illuminated evergreen trees in the winter, you’ve likely experienced London’s beloved Victoria Park. The 18-acre park is a downtown London gem for its various events and lush green space. Below is a timeline of […]

How To Clean Your Car Like An A-Hole – London Style

For some reason, clearing snow off your vehicle is not cool in #lndont. Almost everyone has had a chunk of snow fly into their windshield from the jerk in front of them. If you haven’t – you’re that jerk. However, we here at LondonFuse believe London drivers’ stereotypical disregard for public safety may not be […]

History Continues To Be Made At London’s Oldest Taverns

Call The Office and the Richmond Tavern are vital venues for London’s music scene and are rich in heritage Anyone eager to check out local bands and local history should stop in. The posters and stickers at Call the Office are a who’s-who of groups that have played there over the years. It’s neat to […]

The Long-Lasting Legacy Of Labatt Park And The London Majors

Baseball lovers of London come to Labatt Memorial Park to watch the London Majors play ball! Labatt Park is the world’s oldest continuously-operating baseball diamond, as it has been around since 1877. Londoners still love to visit the diamond to watch the London Majors play, enjoy hot dogs and nachos for dinner, and watch the […]

Looking For Ghosts At Eldon House

I was skeptical of ghosts before the Histories of London project. After researching several local ghost stories, including Eldon House’s, for the mini-documentary series, I’m a believer. Eldon House has been a part of the Forest City since 1834, when the Harris family moved in. After Milly Harris’ passing in 1959, her nephews and niece donated […]

LondonFuse’s Pop Skull-ture Halloween Quiz

Are you up on your Halloween game? LondonFuse has prepared a quiz for the H-day lovers among us. We threw some eye of newt and goo of ghost into a pot and came up with 31 questions that test your pop culture knowledge of all things Halloween. SPOILER ALERT! The answers are included below the […]

Histories Of London: A Mini Doc Series That Brings The Past To Life

There’s oh so much to find out about the Forest City’s past… Whether you’ve wondered about the history behind the Victoria Park monuments, how Call the Office and The Richmond have stood the tests of time, or about the Eldon House ghost stories, there’s lots to learn at the screening for Histories of London, ON: […]