Pop Goes The News — Police said Thursday they have arrested a man for allegedly taking photos up a young woman’s skirt inside a London, Ont. mall earlier this month.

The incident at Masonville Place was caught on camera by Jason Nassr and posted to YouTube on Sept. 15.

Pop Goes The News — Toronto radio personality Darren B. Lamb left the popular 104.5 CHUM FM morning show on Sept. 23 after seven years.

He will co-host the CHFI morning show with Erin Davis beginning Feb. 29.

Pop Goes The News — A man claiming to be a U.S. Marine veteran vandalized a bus shelter to protest an advertisement for a Canadian-owned hook-up site.

The unidentified man was caught on camera smashing the glass and removing a poster for Squirt.org, which is owned by Toronto’s Pink Triangle Press.

Pop Goes The News — Iraqi actors scheduled to perform at a theatre festival in Canada next week were denied visas on Friday.

Members of Iraq’s National Theatre Company were set to present Camp at the IMPACT 15 International Theatre Festival in Kitchener, Ont. on Sept. 26 and 27.

Pop Goes The News — Montreal resident Phil Vincent really, really wants his American friend to taste poutine — real poutine.

The 24-year-old photographer started a GoFundMe campaign last month to raise $400 to bring Lacey from California to Quebec to experience the gooey delicacy.

Photo by Steve Payne for The New York Times

Pop Goes The News — When singer Janis Ian married her longtime partner Patricia Snyder at Toronto City Hall in 2003, witnesses included Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin.

Martin was among the couple’s friends who donned Hawaiian shirts for the ceremony, which was officiated by Rev. George Malcolm Sinclair of the Metropolitan United Church.