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High Tea at the Idlewyld

With its elegant Victorian ambiance, it’s easy to imagine the ladies of Idlewyld spending leisurely afternoons enjoying the simple pleasure of afternoon tea.

What originated in the mid-1800s as an upper class English tradition, quickly caught on among the middle and working classes and is still a popular afternoon treat today. 230 more words

London Ontario

Rooth Bows Out; Ward 4 Race Heats Up

And then there were four.

Today, ward 4 candidate Sheryl Rooth pulled out of the race, leaving four candidates to duke it out in the East-Of-Adelaide district. 637 more words


Ontario man declared dead in 1986 found alive in United States: police

LONDON, Ont. — A man missing for almost 40 years and declared dead by the courts has been confirmed alive by Ontario Provincial Police.

Police say Ronald Stan, who was reported missing after a 1977 fire in a rural area near London, Ont., has been found alive and residing under an “assumed identity” in the United States. 173 more words


A Souvenir - Triangulum (2001-2002)

Art is in the parts, the process and the totality.

Set the levels, walk away.
Let the machines gear down into the teeth of the inanimate – coursing blood through wire and capacitors, finding biology, compressing life from levers.  618 more words

Deep Listening

Stories On A Bus

“Ssshhh, yes dear, you’re so clever, it IS next week we go.”

The same Mother and child, every morning, almost always sitting in the same spot. 499 more words

London Ontario

Why there's no such thing as a car 'accident'

When it comes to describing the behaviour of the drivers on our roads, we have a language problem. When you are speeding and hit something, you didn’t have an accident, you caused a collision. 931 more words