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31 days of scares: Your Halloween horror movie checklist

The year's scariest holiday is quickly approaching with jack-o-lanterns, candy corn and costumes to enter everyone's minds. One part of the Halloween season that shouldn't ever be ignored is horror movies.

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Fall/winter highlights at The Grand Theatre

If you've passed by The Grand Theatre and made a note that you want to plan a visit, now is the perfect time!

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London’s scene has changed, but the music lives on

Collectively, folks in the music scene in London, Ont. gave a huge “WTF” when the city was announced a UNESCO City of Music in 2021.

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Summer music festivals in 2023

A look at music festival scheduled for this summer in London.

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You are home at Home County

Home County Music & Art Festival will be celebrating its 48th season from July 14 to 16, in Victoria Park. The festival hosts music, art, food, and community.

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Your next fall outing: Wildflowers Taco Fest

Enjoy tasty tacos while taking in the picturesque Wildflowers farm.

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Fall concert schedule

If you love live music, we've got you covered with some of our top picks for concerts this fall.

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London is Canada’s first UNESCO City of Music

London, Ont. is officially Canada’s first United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) City of Music.

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How an underground event became a city-funded celebration of music

Matt Knill, a former musician and music promoter in St. John’s, Newfoundland thought he was being quite the rebel when he began a series of outdoor porch concerts in his Woodfield neighbourhood in 2013.

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Forest City Gallery: Growing art in London

London is a great centre for the arts. Apart from the nationally famous art programs at Fanshawe College and Western University, London is also home to several galleries.

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