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Pollinators: Floral challenge issued for London's Old East Village

Old East is about to get a bit prettier, and it’s all about the birds and the bees.

Welcome to the Million Seed Challenge, which has drawn together several village organizations in an effort to spread wildflowers across the area. 234 more words

London

slippery sound, 23rd March 2014

if I concentrate and stay really quiet I can hear the ticking of two clocks from where I’m sat…….. they are out of sync with each other, or the ticks are anyway….. 223 more words

Diary

"Click on cooking": la Caponata

The Caponata a Sicilian “vegetarian” delight. As you can imagine, it was not created by a famous vegetarian chef, but by humble people who could not afford buying meat or fish, Fortunately, the fertile soil, the sun and the mild climate let vegetables grow juicy and the culinary talent of Sicilian women did the rest. 186 more words

Food & Wine

Artist encounter with London students gives way to Aeolian show

About five years ago, a group of Beal art students found their way into woodcarver Mary-Ann Jack-Bleach’s studio.

They were there as part of a tour aimed at giving people a firsthand look at how and where London artists practise their crafts. 314 more words

London

Two octave fretboard patterns for modes

Following the recent series of blog posts on modes and modal chords, this post gives you two octave patterns for all the modes rooted on the E string so that you have more potential for creativity and can also compare the differences between each mode. 184 more words

Music Theory