The Bombing That Shook London 20 Years Ago Today
We spoke to people who were there about the three bombs that exploded around London in 1999.
London Nail Bombings
The Far-Right Views Behind the London Bombings of 1999
David Copeland put people into neat categories that could never mix, but his worldview was a warped and violent one – and it's worth remembering, 20 years later, how others get to his point.
How a Derelict Space in London Became a Community Garden and Cafe
Roving Cafe in Shoreditch's Nomadic Community Gardens offers salads, soup, and space for anyone who needs it.
This Is the Guinness and Meat Tour of London
Fresh from nose-to-tail eating palace St. John, Lee Tiernan took us on a boozy and carnivorous ‘Chef’s Night Out.’
Gangsters and Boxers in London's East End
Rows of past fighters grin down from all four walls of East London boxing club the Repton: Olympic gold medallists, world champions, tough guy actors and, perhaps most intimidating of all, the notorious Kray twins.
How This All-Female Bakery Is Helping London’s Homeless Women
Luminary bakery trains disadvantaged women in baking and food hygiene. “There needs to be opportunities for women to feel safe if they have experienced domestic violence or sexual exploitation,” says founder Alice Boyle.
The Attack on the Cereal Killer Café Was a Fight Between Overgrown Children
But what does that actually mean for society?
What Kind of Person Actually Eats at East London's Cereal Cafe?
Cereal Killer opened yesterday, so I went along to see who pays £3 for a bowl of Cheerios.
Drugs, Divas and Dickheads: 12 Years of Shoreditch Excess in Photos
Dougie Wallace's pictures of people ruining themselves and everything around them.
Why I'm Closing Brick Lane's Vibe Bar
Council restrictions are killing UK nightlife.
Fuck, That's Delicious: London
Action Bronson hit the streets of London to expose himself to piping hot Chinese barbecue pork buns in Chinatown, grilled “Michael Jordan” lamb chops at Lahore Kebab House, and sampling Liverpool’s beloved meat stew, scouse.
Shuffling: the War at the Heart of London's New Dance Scene
Why are so many people pissed off about other people dancing to house music?