Day: 30 September 2015

Beer of the Week – Crate Lager

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Strength: 4.8% ABV Brewed: Hackney Wick, London Having already expressed our regards towards Crate’s core range offerings, on more than one occasion, the time has arrived for the Hackney Wick-based brewery’s humble Lager to soak up the spotlight. Brewed on site, like their other Beers, ...

CuckooLander Releases Video For ‘Mother Nature’

The video for 'Mother Nature' has left an aftermath, and their names are Mingey and Party Boy. The two snails, stars of CuckooLander's latest video, have since been adopted by the singer and are living the life in a snail-ised castle estate. Watch Mingey and Party Boy in action below, not ...

Deadline approaches for smoke and CO alarms compliance

By Bea Patel, TLE Property Editor and Director of Shop for an Agent Tomorrow, 1st October is the deadline for landlords and managing estate or letting agents (on behalf of landlords) to ensure all rented residential properties comply with the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations. The legislation – ...

Restaurant Review – Aladino’s

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Alike the rest of the City, London’s restaurant scene is a titanic melting pot of universal cultures. Throughout our fair city one can eat almost anything, from the most fetid of dishes through to some of the Earth’s finest, using the most luxurious and ...

Boris Johnson: Le D*ckhead

By Jack Peat, TLE Editor  How subjective ‘value for money’ must be. The man who has wasted £600 million during office thanks to a collection of poor decisions, ideological dogma and vanity schemes yesterday pulled the plug on the Tour de France Grand Depart because £35 million is an “awful ...

An Idiot’s Adventures In Gameland – Steve McNeil

18: Football at Wembley (Wed 30th September 2015) Hello dear reader. Before we go any further, let me say a big thank you to those who came and said hi at EGX’s after-party last weekend – it’s reassuring to know that SOMEONE is reading this stuff and that it’s not ...

Rugby World Cup: So far, so good & Size Matters

Sport News 24/7 By David de Winter - Sports Editor @TLE_Sport  @davidjdewinter World Cups.  They’re meant to be festivals of sport, celebrating all that is good about top-level competition.  Sometimes they’re dreadfully disappointing (Italia 90 was rubbish as a spectacle) and sometimes they exceed everyone’s wildest dreams (RWC 2003, if ...