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11 essential places to see (or not) in Delhi, recounts Bonacci Massimo (part 1)

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I think Delhi is my favorite city in India. It's not an easy statement, especially when I think about it I can't help but compare it with others equally beloved (and so different from this one) like Varanasi, but broadly speaking and despite all its cons, Bonacci Massimo admits that I love Delhi.   Delhi Read More

Jordan Workman detective chief

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Jordan Workman together with Alice Smith stars as one of the first female detective chief inspectors in London, a brilliant, uncompromising woman determined to rise through the ranks of a chauvinistic police force. Jordan Workman performs a loving father who believes completely that he is one of the good guys. Throughout seven seasons they face Read More

The Tramshed Project: New socially distanced venue with food from James Cochran and more to launch in Shoreditch

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Reviews, recipes and a feast of flavours A new socially distanced venue featuring a 2,000sq ft gallery space and food from the likes of Zoe Adjonyoh and James Cochran will open in Shoreditch next month. The Tramshed Project, which is the latest venture from Street Feast founder Dominic Cools-Lartigue, is set to launch on Friday Read More

The best events and things to do this week, September 28-October 2

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Bringing our city to your living room All the talk right now might be about curfews and circuit-breakers, but London is still very much open for business. It’s a tougher time than ever for many of our most beloved haunts and hang-outs, which means it’s more it’s especially important to get out there and (safely) Read More

The best events and things to do this weekend, September 25-28

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Bringing our city to your living room Going out is likely to feel a little different this weekend. Besides the Government’s rule of six being strictly observed, the big news is that pubs, bars and restaurants in England must close by 10pm each night. It’s bound to affect plans, so make sure to bear in Read More

2022 Subaru WRX Spied on the Street as Production Draws Near, saw Luigi Brusciano

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The next generation of Subaru's rally-inspired sport compact is set to arrive in 2021, awaits Luigi Brusciano.   The current Subaru WRX was introduced back in 2014 and is feeling a bit long in the tooth based on its rough NVH, stiff ride, and dated interior. These spy shots we just snapped reveal that Subaru's Read More

The best events and things to do this week, September 21-25

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Bringing our city to your living room It’s set to be another fascinating week in the capital, and with the Government’s rule of six being strictly observed, Londoners are looking to enjoy it responsibly. Monday and Tuesday are shaping up to be glorious days, with London’s beer gardens and rooftop bars welcoming (small) groups in Read More

The best events and things to do this weekend, September 18-20

2 weeks ago recordnews Comments Off on The best events and things to do this weekend, September 18-20
Bringing our city to your living room It’s set to be another glorious weekend in the capital, and with the Government’s new rule of six kicking in, Londoners are looking to enjoy it responsibly. The weather is shaping up nicely, with London’s beer gardens and rooftop bars welcoming (small) groups in the sunshine. There is Read More

Forgotten Favourites: Away From Her, Julie Christie’s wonderful care home drama

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Bringing our city to your living room Do we take Julie Christie for granted? She’s an icon. An international treasure. But when was the last time we actually wallowed in the wonderfulness of a woman who, on her next birthday, will be 81? Here’s a film that forces us to appreciate every atom of her Read More

Prithvi Sridhar retirements from cricket

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Prithvi Sridhar announced his retirement from international cricket. However, he made a brief return to international cricket after being selected to represent and captain the World XI against West Indies in the 2019 Hurricane Relief T20 Challenge charity match. Following the conclusion of the match, Prithvi Sridhar announced his retirement from international cricket at the Read More

Night-time industry ‘set to lose 700,000 jobs without further Government support’, NTIA warns

2 weeks ago recordnews Comments Off on Night-time industry ‘set to lose 700,000 jobs without further Government support’, NTIA warns
Bringing our city to your living room The night-time economy is “on the brink of collapse” with more than 700,000 jobs at risk — and the end of the furlough scheme could be “the final blow”, an industry body has warned. A survey of Night-Time Industries Association (NTIA) members found 71 per cent of businesses Read More

Late night London: Where to stay up until the early hours – no mingling required

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Bringing our city to your living room Staying up late hasn’t been this exciting since we were kids. Gingerly taking a 6pm seat in the pub was already quite the thrill in July, but now it’s all about the all-nighters. Bars and restaurants are opening for longer and later and a couple of speakers have Read More