Day: July 7, 2017

Is this the world’s ultimate gastronomic tour?

Is this the world’s ultimate gastronomic tour?

A private jet company has designed the ultimate food tour, enabling customers to visit four of Europe’s best restaurants in a single weekend. Following the announcement of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants, private jet booking platform Stratajet has devised the most desirable gastronomic trip imaginable, comprising a total of ten Michelin ...

Moving to London: What you need to know

Moving to London: What you need to know

A city commuter will inevitably moan about travelling an hour to work. Complaining about navigating the tube routes, London bikers or having to dare the sweaty buses in the summer heat. And the ultimate two words you must never utter to a commuter are, “tube strike.” But no city commuter ...

Sigrid Has Sold Out Her Scala Shows

Sigrid Has Sold Out Her Scala Shows

Don't worry though, she'll be at Latitude next week. In the past five months, Sigrid has gone from unknown to breakout star. With a defining debut Glastonbury performance, ‘Don’t Kill My Vibe’ streaming at 17M on Spotify, and two sold out Scala headlines in September, Sigrid’s arrival has been nothing ...

Book Review: Why? What Makes Us Curious

Book Review: Why? What Makes Us Curious

Being curious about curiosity truly does sound like something out of Alice in Wonderland, whose lead character was observed saying 'curiouser and curiouser' about Mad Hatters, talking playing cards and the like. Although you know, if the Queen of Hearts leaps out of the desk and starts crying 'Off with ...

Meat supplier mixed horsemeat in with beef, court hears

Meat supplier mixed horsemeat in with beef, court hears

A meat supplier mixed cheap horsemeat with beef before flogging the 'horsebeef' to unsuspecting manufacturers of ready meals and burgers for supermarkets and caterers, a court heard. London-based businessman Andronicos Sideras is accused of buying cheap cuts of horse then fraudulently selling it as '100% beef' for vast profits. The ...

Forgotten Film Friday: Eating Raoul

Forgotten Film Friday: Eating Raoul

By Michael McNulty Murder, sex, and a little cannibalism thrown in, that’s what Eating Raoul, Paul Bartel’s 1982 film, has on offer. For some it will be too outrageous, for others it will feel like a played down John Water flick, never quite committing to the true nature of its ...