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Joerg Jung and Mike Winia.

Carving out an artistic legacy at Woodeden

A lot of people might not equate chainsaws with fine art — that is until they meet London wood carver Mike Winia.

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Edwin and Berrim Calles look a tutu’s for their daughter Nyla.

London Baby Expo

The London Baby Expo returned to the Western Fair District (WFD) bigger and better than ever this past weekend.

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Night of the Living Dead

The cast of Iglesia Production's upcoming Night of the Living Dead, including (from left) Mark McAuley (Ben), Jessica Ducharme (Barbara), James Wybrow (Tom), Same Shoebottom (Harvey) and Lo Nielsen (Helen) get in some rehersal time before the show's run at the McManus Theatre, May 12-16, begins.

Iglesia show plays into public's zombie fascination

The Walking Dead is a TV ratings monster today, but it was the 1968 cult classic Night of the Living Dead, directed by film legend George A....

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Bon appetit

Chefs from all over the Forest City and beyond offered up a wealth of creative cuisine at the 2015 Tastings event which raised funds for the London's Regional Cancer Program.

Tastings offers a world of culinary indulgence

The champagne was flowing and the bow ties just right as chefs from all over the Forest City and beyond showed off their skills, raising...

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A family affair

The Fleets (from left) Andrew, Kim, Ken, Janet and Becky, are this year's honouree family for the 2015 Walk for Alzheimer's, taking place Saturday, May 9 in Springbank Park.

Alzheimer Society a lifeline

For those diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia and their families, the world can feel like a very lonely place.

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Titans blank Crusaders 6-0

On April 29, the RMC Titans powered their way past Catholic Central High School to post their second straight win of the season, shutting out the Crusaders 6-0.

Titans blank Crusaders 6-0

The season is off to a flying start for the Regina Mundi Catholic College Titans boys soccer team.

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Players get in some game time under the watchful eyes of the London Knights coaching staff during the club’s orientation and mini camp at Budweiser Gardens on April 25.

Rookies leave their mark at London Knights mini camp

The 2014-15 jerseys have barely dried after their final washing, but the London Knights are already tending a crop of young new players,...

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London officer charged

The SIU has charged a London cop with assault after a man had two ribs broken during an arrest in 2014.

London cop charged by SIU with breaking man’s ribs

The province’s Special Investigations Unit has charged a London police officer with assault after a man had two ribs broken in an incident...

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