LIVING IN LONDON MAGAZINE
Top posts this month in Living In London:
Police and Crime Commissioners: Stop future riots – It’s been over a year since the London riots and will the newly elected Police and Crime Commissioners fight for London’s youth?
It has been over a year since the London riots first provoked widespread controversy that has called into question Britain’s social structure. The shooting of Mark Duggan by the Metropolitan Police triggered reckless looting and mindless violence that surpassed the capital [...]
Caggie Dunlop: Life after Made In Chelsea - She’s envied by women and desired by men, but what has become of the blonde beauty after her sudden departure from reality TV?
She’s envied by women and desired by men, but what has become of the blonde beauty after her sudden departure from reality TV?It’s been over a year since Caggie Dunlop first introduced us to her blue-blooded peers and their exclusive world in Chelsea [...]
“No mean time in Greenwich” – Living In London journalist Will Graham reviews the North Pole Bar & Restaurant in Greenwich
When entering the Piano Restaurant via the ground floor bar I began to wonder if I had, per chance, returned to my student days. The bar looks like it could fill with students at the drop of a Jägerbomb and I was quite happy to spot the sweeping staircase that ascends to the restaurant. Happily we survived that and entered into the juxtaposed serenity that is the Piano bar [...]
Ellie Goulding Interview – Having already conquered her native Britain with the biggest and fastest selling debut album of 2010, we speak to Ellie Goulding about her future career
The peaceful county of Herefordshire, about 160 miles from London, has always been known as the sleepy giant of England. Now it’s the hometown and base of Britain’s favourite sweetheart Ellie Goulding. It was clear Ellie Goulding was no first time interviewee, as she sat assertively on the leather sofa as if frustrated at our [...]
Ray Davies felt the Olympic closing ceremony was “intimate” – The Kinks frontman, who performed pop anthem ‘Waterloo Sunset’, was interviewed about London’s atmosphere
Ray Davies felt that the London Olympic closing ceremony was “intimate.” The Kinks frontman, who performed pop anthem ‘Waterloo Sunset’, was interviewed earlier today (15.08) about Sunday’s atmosphere. Beady Eye, Muse and The Who also performed at the three-hour closing ceremony. He told BBC Radio 2: “I certainly felt it. I must have been about [...]