Lip Sync Battle
It was hypnotic watching Dwayne Johnson belt out the Bee Gees' "Stayin' Alive" and Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off" on Lip Sync Battle, writes Vinay...
Apr 16, 2015 | Add Comment | OurWindsor.Ca

Read our lips, we love Lip Sync Battle: Menon

Vinay Menon

With Spike TV’s sleeper hit, TV viewers make peace with musical fakery

More Columns
Columns | Apr 16, 2015

Council faces questions in its four-year plan

The City of London is in the midst of working on a strategic multi-year (four-year) budget cycle.

London Community News | by Amir Farahi
Columns | Apr 16, 2015

City studying slower school speeds

It’s hardly a secret London drivers love to speed. If you need proof, just drive the posted speed limit on any roadway in the...

London Community News | by Phil McLeod
Columns | Apr 09, 2015

East London gets its council day in the sun

For a generation or more it’s been one of our most enduring political complaints — east London doesn’t get a fair shake from...

London Community News | by Phil McLeod
Columns | Mar 26, 2015

Two sides to transparency coin

You might have seen or read the story in the media last week that two of London’s new city councillors are promising to be...

London Community News | by Phil McLeod
Columns | Mar 18, 2015

Food trucks became symbol of previous council

It was with a certain amount of glee that I watched as city council recently approved a trial project for eight food trucks...

London Community News | by Gord Hume
Opinion | Mar 18, 2015

Generation X factors into council vote

It’s still early days yet, but there are indications the point of difference for this new city council might be generational...

London Community News | by Phil McLeod
Mar 16, 2015

The Jinx couldn’t have scripted a more explosive finale: Menon

Robert Durst invited the documentary cameras into his life. That was his first mistake

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Vinay Menon
Mar 13, 2015

Rapid Transit a worthy risk

Cities are well positioned to solve some of the most complex problems. It is at the municipal level where the world is going...

London Community News | 2 Comments | by Amir Farahi
Mar 13, 2015

Spring training at an end for council

This month there are some interesting similarities between the Toronto Blue Jays, Canada’s Major League Baseball team, and...

London Community News | Add Comment | by Phil McLeod
Mar 12, 2015

Nazem Kadri’s Leaf future hangs in balance after suspension: Arthur

It wasn’t just that Nazem Kadri slept through an alarm on Sunday morning. NHL players don’t get publicly shamed, scratched,...

London Community News | Add Comment | by Bruce Arhtur
Feb 26, 2015

Via Rail defendant shrugs off secular law: DiManno

Two men accused of terrorist plot to derail passenger train decline to call witnesses or present any evidence

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Rosie DiManno
Feb 26, 2015

London budget set to pass, but future still foggy

Sometime later today, your new city council will make the most important decision so far in its short time in office –...

London Community News | Add Comment | by Phil McLeod
Feb 24, 2015

Getting a grip on risks of vaccination

Like all medical therapies, vaccination has both its benefits and its relative risks, and an informed patient or parent needs...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Brian W. Rotenberg
Feb 19, 2015

Incubation crucial business lifeline

In today’s rapidly changing global economy, innovation has become an increasingly important factor for economic success....

London Community News | Add Comment | by Amir Farahi
Feb 19, 2015

Cassidy keeping calm and carrying on

Maureen Cassidy has three of the toughest jobs on this new city council.

London Community News | Add Comment | by Phil McLeod
Feb 02, 2015

Live from London new political landscape

Twenty years ago, when I was editor-in-chief of the Free Press, social media was a distant dream, email was in its infancy...

London Community News | Add Comment | by Phil McLeod

Talk To Us