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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....

What Is Keto? Digging Deep Into The Diet

What is Keto? One of the original medical treatments for epilepsy has turned into a trendy diet, taking London and the world by storm. Based off...

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...

The Boy In The Moon Gives Perspective On Parenting

The evening after work was a scramble. I left the office at five and walked through town to fetch my daughter from school. From there...

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...

8 Of London’s Newest (And Tastiest!) Restaurants Part Three

For the love of food and London's finest... part three! Over the past year, we've taken a look at some of London's new, exciting restaurant...

Red Scarf Dedicated To Those Living With/Lost To HIV/AIDS

Once again, a red scarf makes a strong fall fashion statement around London. As it has been since 2012, the Regional HIV/AIDS Connection's Red Scarf...

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,...

Findley’s ‘The Wars’ A Haunting Experience At The Grand

November brings calls for remembrance throughout Canada and much of the world.  Timothy Findley’s The Wars is an important piece of that. Grand Theatre’s Artistic Director...

Souwesto Book Expo Celebrates All Things Written

Row upon row of books lined the new Centre at the Forks space at Museum London this past weekend, as authors displayed their works...