Catherine Danko, Western Journalism StudioFeb 4, 2022 Cement, succulents and a whole lot of skulls. That’s all it took for a single mother and avid planter in London, Ont. to start an online side hustle. During the pandemic, Meghan Coneybeare started making concrete flower pots to keep her creative juices
Chelsi Mackie, Western Journalism Studio Feb 4, 2022 If you are looking for vintage décor pieces to elevate your home, The Little Mushroom Vintage is the store for you. Jordan Hallman, the owner of the Instagram-based store, sells vintage décor items like brass, decorative mirrors (as seen in the above
Leah Williams, Western Journalism Studio Feb 4, 2022 Margaret Stewart hand-painted “Man Up Trudeau” on a metre-long piece of drift-wood display outside her Wortley Road home in London, Ont., in solidarity with the truck-convoy protests that have been taking place across Canada. The sign, which Stewart said took her five
Alexandra Laham, Western Journalism Studio Feb. 4, 2022 LONDON, ONT. – Lululemon at CF Masonville Place promotes diversity and inclusion through a positive message in their fitting room, to ensure their customers feel like they belong in the store. The uplifting sign was handwritten by a Lululemon employee—who was unavailable
Josh Goeree, Western Journalism StudioFeb 4, 2022 With Valentine’s Day just 10 days away, London resident Nima Farasat said he thought he could make a lucky customer happy by selling a potato on Facebook Marketplace in the shape of a heart. Farasat is selling the valentine root vegetable for $20.
Naomi Barghiel, Western Journalism Studio Feb 4, 2022 Amid the recent snowstorms, downtown London’s Black Walnut Café continues to warm people’s stomachs and hearts with their outdoor signs. In cursive handwriting, Thursday’s chalkboard read: “Warm your Cinnamon Hearts with our Cinnamon feature Latte.” Underneath was a Valentine’s Day themed drawing
Cristina Pietrantonio, Western Journalism StudioFeb 4, 2022 Signs posted at one of Western University’s affiliated colleges Friday contained instructions that conflict with the school’s COVID-19 masking requirements, creating confusion for staff and students. The signs at Brescia University College, which request students wear “non-medical face mask[s]” contradict with the messaging on
Griffin Jaeger, Western Journalism StudioFeb 4, 2022 London, Ont. — It’s not every day you find yourself enticed to stare through the window of someone else’s home. That’s until you take a walk down Craig Street in London, Ont.’s Wortley Village and stumble upon a small sheet of paper decorated