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31 blogs about London. Page 2 of 2.

  1. The London Lark!
    My personal recommendations of things to do and see in London. By Nick Lambert. 🇬🇧 More info

    Little Haiti, Miami, Florida
    I am spending Christmas and New Year in Miami, so as a change of venue, here are some pictures that I took on a walk around Little Haiti in Miami. I finish with a frozen …
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  2. Londonology - Blog
    Written by a Londoner. Discover an insider's guide to London's top sights, restaurants, bars and clubs and practical tips. By Maxine Morse. 🇬🇧 More info

    ENO La traviata – Minimal Staging Showcases Powerful Performances
    ENO La traviata Review – 28 October 2023 by Maxine Morse The ENO’s La traviata has the feel of a Parisian 1920’s nightclub, enveloped in blacks and reds, with a cast in tuxedos and bob …
    By Maxine Morse, 744 words
  3. London Reconnections
    The leading source for independent news and analysis about transport in London and beyond. Award-winning coverage of transport infrastructure and politics alongside stories about the history of the Capital's transport networks. 🇬🇧 More info

    Friday Reads – 24 May 2024
    • Turbulence on flights is getting worse because of climate change (New Scientist) • What happens when councils take control of buses? (BBC) • P&O Ferries Decarbonisation of its Fleet on Dover-Calais (Afloat) • Sydney …
    By Heliomass, 134 words
  4. London Remembers
    A website aiming to capture all memorials in London. 🇬🇧 More info

    Kew fountain for Queen Victoria
    In Victorian monograms the letters are often closely linked, often knotted together or sharing a downstroke, but these two appear reluctant in their relationship. The colourful glazed ceramic frieze that can be seen in our …
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  5. London Shoes
    I am a Londoner by birth, and have lived, worked and socialised in London throughout all my life, and I have a deep passion for London, its history, its customs and its people. By Geoff Clements. 🇬🇧 More info

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    *London’s Lost Music Venues Pt7 – “The Scotch of St. James” – Mason’s Yard-SW1
    This is just a quick short & sweet ‘Shoes’ blog that I hadn’t initially planned to publish, as I had already given the subject matter a ‘light touch’ within the content of a recently published …
    By Geoff Clements, 1,728 words
  6. the lost byway
    perambulations around london ( .. and beyond). By John Rogers. 🇬🇧 More info

    Edit Day – Alan Moore & Iain Sinclair
    Sunny day spent editing this illuminating video of a trek across Northampton with Iain Sinclair to the home of Alan Moore. How do I cut anything from this footage? Feels like a crime. Screening of …
    By JohnR, 72 words
  7. Mapping London
    Highlighting the best London maps. By Ollie O'Brien, James Cheshire. 🇬🇧 More info

    This delightful, colourful piece of cartography, is the first map by illustrator, limerick-creator and Walthamstow resident Angry Dan. The piece is a 60cm x 60cm
    By Ollie, 26 words
  8. Murky Depths
    News and views in London. By John Smith. 🇬🇧 More info

    Threatened Lewisham town centre pub could now remain in town centre revamp
    A Lewisham pub that may have been demolished under a major town centre redevelopment could now remain as plans are tweaked. Wetherspoon pub The Watch House at the southern end of the High Street is …
    By J Smith, 300 words
  9. Peter Berthoud | Blog
    Discovering London stories, art, architecture, photography, pubs, plans and lesser known curios and oddities. Also featuring cards and games with a connection to London's history. 🇬🇧 More info

    How Fitzrovia Got Its Name
    Before this poster was created hardly anyone had seen the word "Fitzrovia" in print and virtually nobody would have recognised "Fitzrovia" as the name of a London neighbourhood. The origins of Fitzrovia's name begin in …
    By Peter Berthoud, 565 words
  10. The Picky Glutton
    London restaurant reviews to help you avoid needless gout & wasted money. 🇬🇧 More info

    Jerk Yard review – the Deptford hole-in-the-wall trying to be the jack of all trades
    If necessity is the mother of invention, then not having enough space must be its midwife. Despite its prominent spot in the Deptford Yard market, Caribbean takeaway Jerk Yard seems to get far less passing …
    By pickyglutton, 918 words
  11. Re:LDN – Regarding: London.
    A photoblog by Rob Miller. 🇬🇧 More info

    Coronation of King Charles III
    Saturday 6 May 2023 marked the coronation of King Charles III, the first coronation since 1953 and so the first in the living memory of most people. It took place eight months after the death …
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