LOLA Fest brings art stars and indie gods to London

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007


The second annual London Ontario Live Arts Festival (LOLA) promises to be even bigger than the first.

Last year, the music and art festival generated an incredible amount of buzz and excitement among Londoners. (read more)

Moneen lets spitwads fly at The Embassy

Band wows London crowd with electrifying performance

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

Kenny Bridges

Toronto emo-rock sweethearts Moneen satisfied hungry fans Sunday night at The Embassy Hotel.

As host of last weekend’s Aggression Fest 2007, The Embassy was home to 42 bands including local favourites The Soap Opera Coma, Hopesfall, Seconds To Go, The Arsoncityscape, and Baptized in Blood. (read more)

Fresh beats: Solo efforts & collaborations

New BSS, Twista and Motion City Soundtrack

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

Spirit If... â€" Kevin Drew
In keeping with Broken Social Scene fashion, frontman Kevin Drew breaks away from the hipster superclub to release his solo project Spirit If.... Written, produced and performed by Drew, the album is the first in a series entitled Broken Social Scene Presents, with each album being a BSS member’s solo efforts. (read more)

The Onion takes comedic jabs at the news

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

The Onion Web page

In today’s media-conscious world, it’s good to know that there’s still a news source we can trust â€" The Onion.

The Onion ( is a parody newspaper published weekly in print and online that features satirical articles that report on international, national, and local news. (read more)

Western teases its way to fitness

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

Burlesque performer

A good striptease requires a tight butt, a sultry stare and a lot of practice. Where better to learn the art of “strippercise” than Campus Recreation?

New this year to the drop-in class program is burlesque, a mix of cardio, muscle strengthening, and dancing guaranteed to bring out your inner Carmen Electra. (read more)

On Disc: Arbra Hill

Album: Evolution of Note

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

Evolution of Note by Arbra Hill

Arbra Hill
Evolution of Note

2.5 stars

Arbra Hill’s style teeters oddly between a rockabilly sound that’s inspired by walking bass lines and light adult contemporary pop. (read more)

On Disc: Po' Girl

Album: Home to You

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

Home to You by Po' Girl

Po’ Girl
Home to You

4 stars

Upon listening to Po’ Girl’s third album Home to You, one might be enticed to sit out on their porch with a beer in hand, soaking up the last days of summer. (read more)

Artist brings Group of Seven to McIntosh

The Search for Tom Thomson tips its hat to historical art

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007


In a fast-paced and hectic world, Jeff Willmore brings us back to basics. The local artist reminds audiences of the beauty of Canadian wildlife in his exhibit Organizing the Search for Tom Thomson. (read more)

Disappointing Mr. Woodcock fails to finish

Film leaves audience with a dry taste in its mouth

Tuesday, September 18th, 2007

Mr. Woodcock montage

Mr. Woodcock
Directed By: Craig Gillespie
Starring: Billy Bob Thornton, Sean William Scott, Susan Sarandon

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