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Evening Standard
TalkSPORT's The Two Mikes bring banter to Camden ahead of Edinburgh FeFestival this year — but are previewing their show in London first. The duo, w
TalkSPORT's The Two Mikes bring banter to Camden ahead of Edinburgh Fe
Evening Standard / Posted 4 hours ago
Festival this year — but are previewing their show in London first. The duo, who performed live in the capital as part of their “world tour” last year, will perform at Camden’s iconic music venue Dingwalls on Friday June 10. If you’re unsure... Read more
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Best of New Orleans Gambit
Raise and False FlagsCentral City is emerging as an arts district as new spaces like Gallery X and t
Raise and False Flags
Best of New Orleans Gambit / Posted 2 days ago
Central City is emerging as an arts district as new spaces like Gallery X and the Creative Alliance of New Orleans' Myrtle Banks Building gallery expand the offerings on Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard. Meanwhile, some edgy works by Danish-Trinidadian... Read more
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Evening Standard
Things to do in London this Bank Holiday weekend with the familyBank Holiday weekends: once the joyous provider of an extra lie-in, the Monday
Things to do in London this Bank Holiday weekend with the family
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
Bank Holiday weekends: once the joyous provider of an extra lie-in, the Monday was a glorious buffer between the excesses of Saturday and Sunday and the cold, working week. This is still the case for some: masses of childless Londoners are will be... Read more
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Evening Standard
Walk the line: New works added to sculpture trail for first birthdayThe organisers of an East London sculpture trail hope to encourage more visitor
Walk the line: New works added to sculpture trail for first birthday
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
The organisers of an East London sculpture trail hope to encourage more visitors after unveiling their first ever commissioned works, to mark their first birthday. The Line, which links Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, has more than a dozen... Read more
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Evening Standard
Dippy the Dinosaur’s leaving the Natural History Museum's entrance hall & will go hereDippy the dinosaur’s impending departure from the entrance hall of the Natural
Dippy the Dinosaur’s leaving the Natural History Museum's entrance hall & will go here
Evening Standard / Posted 5 days ago
Dippy the dinosaur’s impending departure from the entrance hall of the Natural History Museum sparked outrage among tourists and Londoners alike. But now it has been confirmed that a new cast of the fossilised Diplodocus skeleton will grace the... Read more
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Santa Maria Sun
Portrait of a community: Holli Harmon's exhibit at the Elverhoj Museum in Solvang captures the human landscape of the Central CoastThe following articles were printed from Santa Maria Sun [santamariasun.com] -
Portrait of a community: Holli Harmon's exhibit at the Elverhoj Museum in Solvang captures the human landscape of the Central Coast
Santa Maria Sun / Posted 6 days ago
The following articles were printed from Santa Maria Sun [santamariasun.com] - Volume 17, Issue 11 Share: By JOE... Read more
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Evening Standard
World's first zorbing 'marathon' coming to LondonLondon is set to host a marathon of a different kind, as a self-styled ‘Zorbath
World's first zorbing 'marathon' coming to London
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
London is set to host a marathon of a different kind, as a self-styled ‘Zorbathon’ – something akin to a zorbing marathon – takes place one weekend this summer. Organisers are billing it as a world-first. On July 15, 16 and 17, the Southbank will... Read more
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walesonline
St Fagans to get new outdoor play area inspired by collectionsNils has been given the task as part of the artist in residency programme at St
St Fagans to get new outdoor play area inspired by collections
walesonline / Posted 9 days ago
Nils has been given the task as part of the artist in residency programme at St Fagans , which is funded by Arts Council of Wales and the Heritage Lottery Fund with the aim of providing opportunities for artists to respond creatively to the St Fagans... Read more
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Evening Standard
This giant waterslide will keep you cool this summerslip and slide water activity will appear alongside an outdoor cinema, an ice-s
This giant waterslide will keep you cool this summer
Evening Standard / Posted 9 days ago
slip and slide water activity will appear alongside an outdoor cinema, an ice-skating rink, family raves and a variety of food and drink as part of Alexandra Palace’s Summer Festival. What are you waiting for? Get your family and friends... Read more
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BC Local News
Family running a marathon to celebrate their immigrationThree generations of a now Terrace-based family are running the Copenhagen mara
Family running a marathon to celebrate their immigration
BC Local News / Posted 13 days ago
Three generations of a now Terrace-based family are running the Copenhagen marathon together to celebrate the 50th anniversary of when their family immigrated to Canada. Sisters Sue Simpson and Birgitte Bartlett (previously Brørup) emigrated as... Read more
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Terrace Standard
Family running a marathon to celebrate their immigrationThree generations of a now Terrace-based family are running the Copenhagen mara
Family running a marathon to celebrate their immigration
Terrace Standard / Posted 13 days ago
Three generations of a now Terrace-based family are running the Copenhagen marathon together to celebrate the 50th anniversary of when their family immigrated to Canada. Sisters Sue Simpson and Birgitte Bartlett (previously Brørup) emigrated as... Read more
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Evening Standard
Science museum to track 500-year rise of the robotHumanity's obsession with creating robots spanning more than 500 years will be
Science museum to track 500-year rise of the robot
Evening Standard / Posted 15 days ago
Humanity's obsession with creating robots spanning more than 500 years will be explored at a Science Museum exhibition announced today. The show, called Robots, will examine the quest to “rebuild ourselves as machines” and how scientists are... Read more
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Evening Standard
Get your name on a Red Arrow plane to help raise £8m for RAF museumThe Red Arrows have backed a multi-million pound campaign to transform the RAF
Get your name on a Red Arrow plane to help raise £8m for RAF museum
Evening Standard / Posted 15 days ago
The Red Arrows have backed a multi-million pound campaign to transform the RAF Museum in time for the service’s 100th anniversary in 2018. Members of the public will also be able to take part in the Names On A Plane initiative as part of a huge... Read more
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Evening Standard
Photographer captures stunning snapshot of modern life on the ThamesA talented young rower, a yoga instructor and a speedboat-driving businesswoman
Photographer captures stunning snapshot of modern life on the Thames
Evening Standard / Posted 16 days ago
A talented young rower, a yoga instructor and a speedboat-driving businesswoman take their place alongside some of the ancient traditions of the Thames in a new exhibition dedicated to life on the water. Photographer Matthew Joseph spent three... Read more
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The New Statesman
How I saw 12 Shakespeare plays in seven daysIn a week that spanned the 400th anniversary of the playwright’s death, I exper
How I saw 12 Shakespeare plays in seven days
The New Statesman / Posted 19 days ago
In a week that spanned the 400th anniversary of the playwright’s death, I experienced a dozen of his 37 plays in combinations that included a marathon Dutch mash-up of the histories, a half-hour abridged version of Twelfth Night at a museum, a comedy... Read more
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The New Statesman
Is Apple Music really deleting users’ songs without their consent?In a week that spanned the 400th anniversary of the playwright’s death, I exper
Is Apple Music really deleting users’ songs without their consent?
The New Statesman / Posted 19 days ago
In a week that spanned the 400th anniversary of the playwright’s death, I experienced a dozen of his 37 plays in combinations that included a marathon Dutch mash-up of the histories, a half-hour abridged version of Twelfth Night at a museum, a comedy... Read more
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Evening Standard
Yawning encouraged at world’s most boring conferencedreariest subjects will be droning on about their specialisms at central London
Yawning encouraged at world’s most boring conference
Evening Standard / Posted 20 days ago
dreariest subjects will be droning on about their specialisms at central London’s Conway Hall, with the runaway highlight of the event being a talk about toilet rolls. Aficionados of the anodyne will gather and, according to organiser James Ward,... Read more
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Evening Standard
London’s best new food and drink masterclassesIt’s never been easier to bake your own sourdough or become a master of pasta.
London’s best new food and drink masterclasses
Evening Standard / Posted 21 days ago
It’s never been easier to bake your own sourdough or become a master of pasta. Here’s where to learn the skills that are sure to impress your dinner party guests. Pisco cocktail masterclass Learn how to mix up Peru’s signature pisco sour as well as... Read more
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Evening Standard
BFG’s dream jars come true on capital art trailThe childhood dreams of director Stephen Spielberg, actors Maisie Williams and
BFG’s dream jars come true on capital art trail
Evening Standard / Posted 22 days ago
The childhood dreams of director Stephen Spielberg, actors Maisie Williams and Mark Rylance and Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain will be revealed in a public art trail this summer. Their dreams will be reflected in sculptures... Read more
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Hospitality Net
Four Seasons Announces New Private Jet Experiences and Global Culinary JourneyResorts, the world's leading luxury hospitality company, today announced three
Four Seasons Announces New Private Jet Experiences and Global Culinary Journey
Hospitality Net / Posted 26 days ago
Resorts, the world's leading luxury hospitality company, today announced three newFour Seasons Private Jet journeys taking off in 2017. The itineraries are headlined by Culinary Discoveries, a first-of-its-kind journey developed in partnership with... Read more
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Evening Standard
Rooftop crazy golf swings into townWhat is down must go up. Or something like that. As the winter’s Underground F
Rooftop crazy golf swings into town
Evening Standard / Posted 27 days ago
What is down must go up. Or something like that. As the winter’s Underground Film Club prepares to return in the guise of the Rooftop Film Club, its sister attraction Birdies Crazy Golf Club is also heading for the skies. It has moved east from its... Read more
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Evening Standard
Things to do in London this Bank Holiday weekendBank Holiday weekends: once the joyous provider of an extra lie-in, the Monday
Things to do in London this Bank Holiday weekend
Evening Standard / Posted 28 days ago
Bank Holiday weekends: once the joyous provider of an extra lie-in, the Monday was a glorious buffer between the excesses of Saturday and Sunday and the cold, working week. This is still the case for some: masses of childless Londoners are will be... Read more
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Evening Standard
Brixton Beer & Bread Festival: 200 years of Brixton’s WindmillOne of Brixton’s more pleasing views is Brixton’s Windmill, and the gardens tha
Brixton Beer & Bread Festival: 200 years of Brixton’s Windmill
Evening Standard / Posted 28 days ago
One of Brixton’s more pleasing views is Brixton’s Windmill, and the gardens that surround it. This year brings the first festival to the iconic location, and welcomes local artisan bakeries and Brixton Brewery. With a fine selection of local... Read more
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Evening Standard
Never published Beatrix Potter illustration to go on display at V&Aillustration from Beatrix Potter’s Kitty-in-Boots is to go on display for the f
Never published Beatrix Potter illustration to go on display at V&A
Evening Standard / Posted 28 days ago
illustration from Beatrix Potter’s Kitty-in-Boots is to go on display for the first time ever at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Kitty-in-Boots is a little known Potter tale that was never published, though the author had made a start on a... Read more
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Evening Standard
Sir David Attenborough to open Woodberry Wetlands conservation site11 hectare site has been under development to be deemed safe for the public for
Sir David Attenborough to open Woodberry Wetlands conservation site
Evening Standard / Posted 30 days ago
11 hectare site has been under development to be deemed safe for the public for the past 6 years after being named a site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation. David Attenborough recalls brush with death from rock climbing fall The... Read more
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Evening Standard
Disneyland London? What we know about the new resort planned for KentPlans are underway for a huge Hollywood-themed, Disneyland-style attraction clo
Disneyland London? What we know about the new resort planned for Kent
Evening Standard / Posted 30 days ago
Plans are underway for a huge Hollywood-themed, Disneyland-style attraction close to London, which has been in the offing since 2012. It could cost up to £2 billion and might be bigger than the Olympic Park. But its prospective launch date has been... Read more
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Evening Standard
A crazy golf course is coming to Trafalgar SquareA crazy golf course featuring one of Zaha Hadid’s last designs is being planned
A crazy golf course is coming to Trafalgar Square
Evening Standard / Posted 30 days ago
A crazy golf course featuring one of Zaha Hadid’s last designs is being planned for Trafalgar Square. The pop-up course, designed as part of this year’s London Design Festival, features a series of holes each created by a group of artists and... Read more
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Evening Standard
Barely Methodical Troupe, review: Enjoy the breathtaking athleticismBromance, Barely Methodical Troupe have grown. The trio is now a sextet and wha
Barely Methodical Troupe, review: Enjoy the breathtaking athleticism
Evening Standard / Posted 1 months ago
Bromance, Barely Methodical Troupe have grown. The trio is now a sextet and what used to be a testosterone-fuelled mix of parkour, hip hop and acrobatics now features a woman, Nikki Rummer, who matches the men jump for jump and keeps their... Read more

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