London lifestyle & the London scene
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Why 16-24 year olds are twice as likely to be addicted to gambling and how the World Cup didn’t help
Young people are twice as likely to be in the “at risk” category as the UK population as a whole, and the problem is getting worse.
David Bagley on his love of cars and setting up his dream supercar festival
Ever wondered about the origns of Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese or The Pyrotechnists Arms?
Combine a world-famous sporting event and former European Capital of Culture and you’re always going to get some pleasant surprises. When that city is Glasgow, you know it will be memorable too.
There are 281,000 dollar-millionaires based in London, according to new research – the equivalent of almost one in 30 of the capital’s population (including those who work in London).
RIP Leicester Square - home of misguided tourists and soulless sports bars - says our new film columnist
All Londoners have an opinion on the Shard. The 87-storey Qatari owned skyscraper on the Southbank has become a dominating aspect of the London Skyline, and is now among several British buildings in contention for a major architecture prize.
Deceased “Norwegian Blue” Photograph: Twitter
Trader Vic’s is somewhat unassuming from the outside considering its location. Barely signposted compared to the grand entrance of the Park Lane Hilton beneath which it’s snugly tucked, you’d perhaps need to have heard of Trader Vic’s to know what’s in store, and would have no idea of the scale of the restaurant below.
Or is this hotel-foyer restaurant mutton dressed as lamb?
Brazil is in the throes of national catastrophe after their football team’s unceremonious elimination from the World Cup at the hands of Germany.
2014 is shaping up to be the year of the open-air cinema. If you thought last summer’s pop-ups were exciting, you ain’t seen nothing yet.
Source: Guy Bell/REXThe 7/7 memorial last night, before it was defaced
The revamped and modernised Sherlock Holmes drama, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as the oddball PI, has gained a vast global following.
I’m all for brands flying the flag for LGBT rights. A bit of brand activism can get important messages to wide audiences while boosting brand engagement – the ultimate win-win.