London Live job cuts, DLR strike cancelled and Soho grows up.
Your weekly dose of capital-centric film.
Something that doesn’t really pop up as much as I think it should in my music columns is electronic music. Electronic Music has grown in popularity over the past few years, and I think part of it has a lot to do with the fact that, well,...Show More Summary
Unrivalled wit of London Underground staff.
Air pollution, Richard the Lionheart and nude yoga.
What we think of it (so far).
In honour of Benedict Cumberbatch claiming he’ll probably never get tired of playing Sherlock Holmes, let’s cover a few true British Crime stories. The Case of the Honestly-mistaken Heist Gareth James of Merthyr Tydfil was convinced he had found the right house. Show More Summary
Ice sculptures, Dickens and the Cutty Sark.
We're getting lots of new buses.
Sweary songs, dark comedy and anti-festive fayre.
Puffing and snuffing around the capital.
Crossrail track, authentic hipsters and Massow for Mayor?
Meet and booze with Nordic creatives.
Zero-hours contracts for London academics.
I finally have a way to talk about Subjects I’d Love To Talk About Here But Can’t Because They’re Not British #69457 and 69458: Paul Thomas Anderson and Thomas Pynchon. For a while, Thomas Pynchon was one of my favourite writers, and...Show More Summary
Alt Text: Columnist Edie Lush With HubID, you’ll decide what you’re going to share with retailers – and you’ll even charge them for it Column Edie Lush Friday, November 21, 2014 - 11:52am The hate campaign against Uber gathers like a Mexican wave rippling through a football stadium. Show More Summary
Alt Text: Charles Laurence As many as 13 women claim he gave them pills and alcohol and they woke up to find themselves violated Column Charles Laurence Thursday, November 20, 2014 - 3:44am Few stars have had as far to fall as Bill Cosby,...Show More Summary
Piccadilly Circus yours for £4m. Kind of.
Exquisite circus variety returns to its spiritual home.
Alt Text: Marshall Jensen and his wife The treatment involves using a disabled form of the virus to train the immune system to kill tumour cells Briefing Wednesday, November 12, 2014 - 3:26pm A man with an aggressive form of cancer has gone into remission after receiving pioneering treatment involving the use of modified HIV cells. Show More Summary