Going Underground

In order to celebrate the opening of the entrance hall of the Thames Tunnel to the public, Max Feldman examines the history of the “Eighth Wonder of the World” In the 21st century it’s more likely to hear the Circle line described as a circle of hell that Dante didn’t...

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Proposed Antonin Scalia law school hits a bum note

Senior staff at a US university have been left scrambling after a rename of their law school in honour of the late Supreme Court judge Antonin Scalia led to unintended consequences. George Mason University in Virginia received a donation of $30million (£21million) late last month from an anonymous benefactor (widely...

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Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones at the Saatchi Gallery

Until 4 September 2016 Admission £25 https://tickets.stonesexhibitionism.com This exhibition has been travelling the planet for the past 4 years and it has finally come to rest in Chelsea, just over a mile down the King’s Road from their first flat in Edith Grove, which has been recreated for visitors to...

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Rufus the Hawk is ready for Wimbledon

Rufus the hawk flys regular patrols at Westminster abbey, Fulham ICR and Wimbledon AELTC. The essence of the patrol Rufus works in, at the varying sites, is a type of ‘Environmentally friendly Bird control’. He patrols to deter the pigeons from roosting, thus providing an active biological deterrent. Falconry is...

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