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Do The Hox

I can still remember when London used to be as bad a hotel city as, let’s say, New York. Shabby hotel rooms for hefty prices. Or super chic but utterly unaffordable. 323 more words

Food & Drink

But Where Can I Get Pizza?

My wife and I live in the Broadway Market area of East London and over the years it has become artified and gentrified. Broadway Market has not one but three bookshops two of which specialise in arty books. 92 more words


Oh Deer!

Thankfully this American rider walked away with just a minor concussion… Not too sure about the deer but his bike is definitely gonna need some attention. 6 more words


Orgasms Anonymous

For an alternative girls night out, Sh! are inviting women to get their sex on at London’s longest-serving female sex shop for a night of beverages and beavers. 646 more words


Live Music Review: Robbie Boyd at the Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen

Live Music Review: Robbie Boyd at the Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen

The Hoxton Sq Bar & Kitchen played host to singer-songwriter Robbie Boyd last night, and it was a treat for fans and new listeners alike. 229 more words


A Gaffe of Gastronomical Guises, 2014

The Diner 128 Curtain Road London EC2A 3AQ

££  Diners I visited 20/12/2013

I arrived late, apologetically so, but having been waved with dispassion to the corner group of be-Christmas-jumpered rowdy cats in the back, next to the rows upon rows of other brunching groups in santa hats and others with crackers on the table,  you’d a thunk I’d stood up my server not missed the first round of Bloody Marys (they went down well as they were in fact rather good- my choice every time over a ‘hard shake’). 604 more words

"New Era Estate" Protest March

Oh, the protests. Those good ones wake significant amount of people up, like coffee does.

They also shake the foundations of society, like earthquake does. 851 more words