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Sundance Comes to London

Robots Of Brixton

Started by Robert Redford in 1978, The Sundance Film Festival has grown to become one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world. Held every January in Park City, Utah, the film festival is a showcase for new films from around the globe, and is now coming to London for the very first time.

Brocket Hall: Stay Close

Brocket Hall

By the end of April, we generally yearn to get out of London, and out of the grey misery that is April showers London. And this year, as that had arrived after our fabulously balmy March, it was time to go...somewhere.

Two Chicks In a Taxi

Twochicks Header

Two Chicks founders Anna and Alla take the Reuters taxi challenge to explain the benefits of their liquid egg whites business.

Sparkling Water: It's More Fun

Soda Stream Machines

Yesterday, I broke down and bought a Soda Stream, and I now have a permanent source of sparkling water in my kitchen. Overnight, my quality of life (and probably my health health) has totally improved.

Monday Morning Inspiration

Smiling Breakfast

The Independent on Sunday published its Fifth Annual Happy List yesterday. May we all take a moment to glean some inspiration: inspiration on how to overcome hardship, and maybe even inspiration on ways we, too, could give back.

The Century Club, Soho

The Century Club

Wow. The Rushmore Group has proved me wrong. I was beginning to think that the team that brought us Milk and Honey (still going strong after ten years) followed by the influential mid-century modern bar The East Rooms (tragically lost in a fire) seemed to be stuttering.