Missy Suicide is the co-founder of the Suicide Girls, a website that features pin-up photography and profiles of models who often feature tattoos and body modification. The sites Blackheart Burlesque Tour will be coming to London on April 10 for a performance at London Concert Theatre.
When Missy Suicide co-founded the Suicide Girls website in 2001 — the world, and the Internet in particular — was a very different place.
42k for Cancer runners: (Left to right) Kevin Fung, Joseph Chin, Richard McClelland and David Palma from the London Regional Cancer Program are participating in the Boston Marathon to help raise funds for cancer research and patient care.
Richard McClelland crossed the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon two hours to the minute before the bombs went off. He watched the...
Don’t tell a veteran you’re too busy for democracy
Much noise has been made about what the Conservatives’ euphemistically call the “fair elections act” currently being tabled in the House of...
One person is assisted by emergency services personnel on the scene of a fire at 541 Dunda St. on Thursday morning (March 6).
A pair of good Samaritans dragged a London man to safety after his apartment caught fire on Thursday (March 6).
Mary Cook, executive director of the Ontario Association of Speech and Language Pathologists and Michael Hurley, president of CUPE's Ontario Council of Hospital Unions were in London Wednesday (March 5) to discuss their new report on the state of health care.
Armed with 600 horror stories, some Ontario health care workers are firing back at cuts and changes that are “biased” against seniors.
London Lightning Jermaine Johnson gets around Brampton A’s Scottie Haralson during Game 2 Wednesday (March 5) at Budweiser Gardens.
The London Lightning evened their first round series 1-1 Wednesday (March 5) after beating the Brampton A’s 105-89 at Budweiser Gardens.
Patrick DIon, vice-chair of the Mental Health Commission of Canada, chats with a couple of the more than 200 people who turned out to hear him speak at Western University Wednesday (March 5).
It’s time to create a first aid kit for the mind according to one of Canada’s leading voices on mental health.
London’s own country music singing sensation, Genevieve Fisher, performed during the annoucement on Wednesday (March 5) that the Forest City will host Country Music Week and the Canadian Country Music Association Awards in 2016.
London will be going country in 2016 with one of the biggest non-sporting events ever to be hosted in the Forest City.
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