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 […]

Proud, Young, Black – Talking Art With Michelle Angela Jenkins

During an unusually mild December in London, Ontario, I had the privilege of sitting with London-born artist Michelle Angela Jenkins. Sitting cozy adjacent from each other while Christmas music blared on in the background, Michelle gave me a little insight into her world as an artist. I met Michelle just a few months earlier and, […]

Review: The Interrogation Of Baruch De Spinoza at TAP

Presented by Western University’s Arts and Humanities Students’ Council and directed by Julia Sebastien, David Ives’ emotional and thought provoking drama The Interrogation of Baruch de Spinoza is on stage at TAP Center for Creativity on Dundas. Author David Ives originally published this acclaimed play in 2009 under the full title New Jerusalem: The Interrogation […]

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 […]

Strange Ways On Their Latest Album “Hand of the Maze”

We recently spoke with local band Strange Ways at Call The Office  about their latest record, “Hand of the Maze.” Along with other key players in the record’s production, Tony Lima and Jeremy Bruneel, we talked about the impetus behind the LP, the artwork, and why it’s important to support local musicians in London, ON. Check out Strange Ways at Call The Office on January […]

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 […]

This #GivingTuesday, Support Local

Donations make the world go round… Giving Tuesday, (or in cyber speak, #GivingTuesday) takes place every November and, London, today is the day. In its sixth year, this movement began to “mark the beginning of the giving season” following Black Friday and Cyber Monday in the USA and Canada. In the same way that retailers […]

PHOTOS: Bakers Dozen Grand Opening Celebration

On Saturday, Nov. 17, the Bakers Dozen – AKA B13 – officially opened its doors in Old East Village, welcoming people into London’s newest arts and culture hub. The business incubator is already off to a strong start, and new Fuser Fayadh A. was there to capture it on camera. For a more detailed look […]

Histories Of London, ON: Bars And Taverns

A little history, one pint at a time… Here it is, the fifth mini-doc in the “Histories of London, ON” series. Last but not least, in this doc, filmmakers Emily Stewart and Jason Plant look at the history behind some of the most iconic bars and taverns in the Forest City as well as how […]