I Had an Identity Crisis Visiting All the Food Spots with the Same Name as Me
Ruby’s Cafe, Ruby’s Bar, Ruby House Chinese takeaway – what could they teach me about my personal brand?
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One Year On, Peckham Levels Is Struggling to Keep Its Promises
The Southwark Council-backed conversion of a disused car park into a ‘cultural destination’ was heralded as an innovative community venture. Now, many of those involved say that it has failed BAME residents.
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'Game of Thrones' Super Fans Explain Their 'GoT' Tattoos
"I wanted to get tattoo because I'm obsessed with 'Game of Thrones', and also because why not?"
‘Ping the Herb Guy’ Is London Chefs’ Go-To Dealer
From his tiny but tightly packed rooftop garden, amateur gardener Ping Ng has supplied restaurants including Black Axe Mangal, The Clove Club, and P Franco.
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.
Extinction Rebellion Protesters Reflect On Their Campaign
"I was totally on a higher vibration, being connected to nature and stuff. This has been a massive hug."
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The Rhythm Method Reminisce On Good Time Track “Sex And The Suburbs”
The springy, disco-lite number is taken from the London band's debut album. Here are some more facts about the pop duo.
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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.
London's Annual 4/20 Smoke-Up Has Gone Legit
On Saturday, the event at Hyde Park – traditionally a fairly amateur gathering – became a legit event, perhaps because legalisation is getting closer.
This South London Cafe Wants to Showcase the Work of Black Chefs
Mae J’s, named after NASA astronaut Dr. Mae Jemison, is part of The Palms, a new Black hair and beauty hub for Peckham's Afro-Caribbean community.
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Sadiq Khan’s War on Uber Is Hurting the Wrong People
The London Mayor wants to take the taxi platform to task, but it's drivers, not bosses who are losing out.
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London Rental Opportunity of the Week: A Fridge On a Cabinet in Willesden
A cold boy on top of a drawer fella. Anarchy in NW4.