This is America: James Ellroy’s Perfidia

This is America: James Ellroy’s Perfidia

There are some authors whose public persona are so outsized that they can’t help but overspill into their fiction. Generally these writers are dead: the ‘great men of letters’ seem to have been a decidedly pre-#MeToo phenomenon. The hard drinking lives and frequently unpalatable beliefs of authors like Hemingway or...

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Self empowerment through creativity: an exhibition by homeless artists

Self empowerment through creativity: an exhibition by homeless artists

Eighty eight London artists affected by homelessness have participated in our unique annual art competition. A record number of more than 150 entries were received and the 20 finalists will be exhibited at the Hampstead School of Art on 5 March. The exhibition features cash prizes for the artists who are...

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Review: Vegan Tyne Cheese

Review: Vegan Tyne Cheese

Welcomingly Parisienne, the packaging of this cheese should have been a sign of what was to come. Each cheese medallion beautifully wrapped and placed in a circular box; of the kind made iconic by Brie, Camembert and ‘visit France’ television adverts, you know the one: strategically positioned on a red...

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Two months to go – FSB calls for the ramping up of communications at this critical juncture

Two months to go – FSB calls for the ramping up of communications at this critical juncture

  The Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will come into existence two months from today (8th April 2019)  in London and FSB are keen to see that the Mayor ramps up his efforts to communicate the scheme to small businesses.   Recent data showed that Over 4 out of 10 (41 per...

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