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Dine Differently in London

Inamo Tables

Our love of food and dining dates back to Ancient Rome. This important aspect of human social interaction has, consequently, had an age to develop, mature, and become a way of life. It brings us together like nothing else: sitting around the table talking and chewing! In London we are privileged to enjoy a plethora of places to dine. Why not explore a few ways to dine differently in our blessed Capital, tried and tested by yours truly.

Electronic Cigarettes For the Novice

Electronic Cigarette

A friend was talking at dinner about a short flight he took. "And then we passed 10,000 feet, and the woman next to me pulled out this thing, and started smoking it. I thought to myself, WTF!? Is this legal? Should I tell the flight attendant?"

Covent Garden in Autumn

Neal's Yard Manolis Kanakis

This part of London, one of the main tourist draws, isn’t a place I often get to. It’s too full of people generally lolling about, gazing at the living statues, sipping coffee in the Piazza. But on a visit last week I noticed a very nice transformation at the 'wrong’ end of Long Acre.

Bankers and Their Trucks

The Icon

There are two kinds of bankers: those who like trucks, and those who don't. And of those who do like them, there are two further kinds: those who want luxury SUVs, and those who want as much kick-ass truck power as possible.

Christina Aguilera: Lotus – Review

Christina Aguilera sings "Dirrty" at the Point Theatre, Dublin, November 21st 2006

Stars like Christina Aguilera aren't supposed to fall. The status of multi-platinum A-lister comes with an in-built positive feedback mechanism. Success, at this level, tends to maintain. A team ensures your singles sound like hits while fans buy into a star and are reluctant to disinvest because that implies their own taste wasn't trustworthy to begin with.

Argo – Review

Big Ben

In the early 20th century Baroness Orczy created Sir Percy Blakeney, the British aristocrat who, as that intrepid master of disguise the Scarlet Pimpernel, whisked noble folk away from the guillotine during the French revolution.

Keep The Lights On [REVIEW]

Keep The Lights On

Eric, a documentary filmmaker, and Paul, a closeted lawyer, meet on a phone sex line. They end up in a relationship and move in together, only to have their relationship to crash and burn due to Paul's addiction to crack.

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