FUSE AID – It’s THE Fundraiser For LondonFuse

Get ready for FUSE AID – a one-day fundraising extravaganza for LondonFuse The night will feature a lineup of local musicians, artists and personalities who are all lending their talents to our cause Friday, March 8. The day will consist of two portions – we will be live-streaming segments from Fuse HQ beginning at 2 […]

Have A Little Local Heritage With Your Coffee At Edgar & Joe’s

This February, Pour Over London, London. London, ON is a city rich in history and there’s a new project that aims to bring the community closer to it. This February (and particularly for Canada’s Heritage Week February 18-24), check out Pour Over London, a pilot project from London Heritage Council and LondonFuse, in collaboration with […]

Bus, Bike, Car – Who Wins The Commuter Challenge?

What’s the best way to get around London? A couple friends and I have relatively the same commute, living and working within a kilometre of each other and got to talking about which of us has the best commute. Each of us is using a different mode of transportation to get around town – thus […]

Coming Back From The Brink: Recovering After A Mental Breakdown

Before I tell my story, I want to note that some of the below may be triggering for those who are struggling with depression or suicidal thoughts. Please know you are not alone and there is help available. If you are in a serious, life-threatening crisis, call 911. Two years ago, I had a breakdown. […]

Get Your Dose Of Local Music This Saturday At City Folk

It’s time for a change, London… This Saturday, January 26, a new(ish) music series will descend upon London. Starting at 7pm at The Rosewood Room, a lineup featuring Deni Gauthier (St. Thomas), Karen Emeny (London), and Ivan Rivers (Huron County), will from here on out be known as City Folk: A Local Songwriters Series. This […]

Warming Up To The O’Pears

Toronto folk trio The O’Pears are bringing their gorgeous harmonies to The Aeolian this Friday. While singers Jill Harris, Meg Contini, and Lydia Persaud have performed at The Aeolian as backing vocalists for acts such as Royal Wood and Barbra Lica, this will be their first headlining show at the historic venue. This group is […]

Remembering The Music Of The Holocaust At Museum London

The Holocaust is a topic Annette-Barbara Vogel has been constantly aware of ever since she grew up in Germany. The history is integrated in both the national culture, as well as her own identity. As she puts it, “You grew up feeling self-conscious and had no rights to talk about it.” Vogel was in Cincinnati [...]

10 Tasty Picks For Londonlicious Blizzard Edition 2019

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… Londonlicious! It’s here. January can sometimes feel like an absolute task, beginning to end. The lack of sunlight, the abundance of snow, and getting back into the groove following a leisurely holiday season… it’s tough. But you know what makes these days a little brighter? Delicious food […]

Spick And Spam – Navigating Western’s Email Woes

*!!!!AN URGENT MESSAGE IS WAITING FOR YOU!!!* You’ve most likely been hit with this imperative click now. That email that sends you spiraling into a state of panic as you contemplate your new life running from the CRS, or as the sole inheritor of a dying millionaire’s fortune. It’s entertaining, appalling, and ridiculous. But for […]

A Christmas Carol Cures All Cases Of The Humbugs

Marley was dead… … but the Christmas spirit was alive last Friday for the opening of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at London’s Grand Theatre. For the second year in a row, this Christmas classic delighted the audience and brought smiles of holiday cheer to the faces of all in attendance. As per usual at […]