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Gone Country headliner Darius Rucker.

London goes country at Rock the Park

If Wednesday night (July 23) was any indication, London likes country music.

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Comments on a Toronto Star article

The comments on a Toronto Star article about a woman planning to marry Paul Bernardo show the type of vicious response often seen on websites and social media.

Not only sticks, stones; names do hurt you

Earlier this month, social media exploded after it was reported an unnamed 30-year-old London woman wanted to marry convicted rapist and...

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Euro Pastry

The apple pie and Hungarian Lady treats have just three main ingredients each.

Euro Pastry brings a slice of the Old World to the Row

Sasa Milidrag picks the tiny espresso spoon up off the tiny espresso cup’s tiny espresso saucer and gives it four flicks for emphasis.

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Textron AirLand's Scorpion tactical strike aircraft on final approach to London International Airport on Wednesday morning (July 23).

Scorpion sighting in London

Just days after a display of aviation’s past took to the skies at the Legends Over London Airshow, a peek at its possible future was spotted...

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Tough times on the Thames

Addie Gushue, founder of the Dragon’s Breath dragonboat team, stands beside some of the old docks the club used to tie up their boats to down at the London Canoe Club, next to Springbank Gardens. The team was forced to leave the site after the failure of the Springbank Dam left the Thames River too shallow for dragonboating some six years ago. Since that time, the Dragon’s Breath has dropped from 33 members to just 14.

'Damn dam' mean tough times for Dragon’s Breath

Addie Gushue remembers the day that everything changed for her Dragon’s Breath dragonboat team because it is the same one that, for the past...

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Stefan Gacic

Verica and Stefan Gacic are hopeful the recently approved enzyme replacement therapy will be funded by the Ontario government so the more than 20 Ontarians living with his rare, progressive disorder can get help as soon as possible.

New therapy helps London teen with 'ultra-rare' disorder

For more than three years Stefan Gacic and his mom Verica have travelled from London to Toronto every week to take part in a clinical trial...

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Course cruising with new way to get around greens

The Golf Board will be the newest way to get around Crumlin Creek Golf Club. The one-man cart is like a motorized skateboard and easy to use.

Course cruising with new way to get around greens

Get ready to surf the Crumlin Creek Golf Club greens in style. Starting Aug. 1, the 12-hole course is introducing Golf Boards — think of a...

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Again

Upper North Area residents turned out in force to once again oppose a proposed apartment tower at the northeast corner of Richmond Street and Sunningdale Road Tuesday (July 22).

York’s North London tower jams up committee

Filling the gallery in chambers and carrying placards, North London residents urged councillors to “stick to the plan” and reject the latest...

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