Day: December 5, 2016

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Restaurant Review – Cinnamon Soho

It would be fair to insist that Westminster’s Cinnamon Club, first opened in 2001, is still one of the most breath taking spaces for a high-end Indian restaurant in London. That’s without even considering the food from Michelin-starred Executive Chef Vivek Singh. The chef’s food has become so popular, in ...

Sadiq Khan pledges £770m for cycling schemes

Sadiq Khan pledges £770m for cycling schemes

More good news for cyclists in the capital as the Mayor of London has announced a plan to invest £770m on cycling initiatives across London. The funding will be spread over five years, seeing £154m per annum to fund infrastructure and promote cycling. Khan wants to make cycling in the ...

The UK’s First “Rage Cage” Opened

The UK’s First “Rage Cage” Opened

We have all suffered Basil Fawlty bouts of rage in our life, but the good news is that we no longer have to resort to beating our car with a branch in order to vent our frustration. A former fork-lift truck driver has opened the UK's first 'Rage Cage', offering punters the ...

Lo and Behold: Reveries Of The Connected World: DVD Review

Lo and Behold: Reveries Of The Connected World: DVD Review

By James McAllistair @jamesmca90 Back in the early 90s, The New Yorker printed a single-panel pasquinade drawn by Peter Steiner, which featured a computer-savvy canine sat a desk, chatting to another who listened from the floor below; “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” read the accompanying caption. Wryly indicative ...

A Homage To The Humble Sprout

A Homage To The Humble Sprout

If there was ever a vegetable that has suffered at the hands of an overwhelming lack of versatility the humble sprout would be it. Not only is the sprout usually just lobbed onto a plate simply steamed or boiled it is also often confined to just one meal a week or, ...