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 […]

How The Bus Killed Old North – A Cautionary Tale

The year is 2020 and if you’re reading this, at least the proletariat haven’t stolen the post box yet. Back in the good old days, 2019, the London Transit Commission put a bus stop in Old North. Myself and some like-minded old-stock North Londoners took to City Hall to voice our concerns about what this […]

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, […]

Bryan Adams Brought A Taste Of ‘Heaven’ To Bud Gardens

Move over, Anne Murray – Bryan Adams is Canada’s true songbird. Thursday, January 31 was a bitterly cold night in the Forest City, but that did not stop hundreds of fans of all ages from heading out to Budweiser Gardens to see the legendary Bryan Adams. It was the artist’s second-to-last stop on the Canadian […]

London’s VRcadia On The Forefront Of Virtual Reality

For decades, humanity has had a fascination with the concept of virtual reality. There has always been a special place in the heart of every escapist for VR technology. Pop culture has its own infatuation with virtual reality, whether it’s Ready Player One or Sword Art Online. Despite the concept of VR being pretty old […]

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. […]

Pints With Punks – Ep. 1 Pt. 3

The third and final installment of Pints With Punks starts with our lightning round, and quickly devolves from there. The casualties – a 12 pack of Storm Stayed and a case of Anderson. But, because of their sacrifice, we were able to give you answers to the toughest questions… Is TV violence punk? How about […]

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 […]