The Great

The Great

Straight out of the gate, The Great is upfront about its blatantly ahistorical content. ‘An occasionally true story’ reads the disclaimer and if anything, that grossly undersells it. In much the manner of buses and threes, there’s been a sudden glut of prestige TV dramas about Russia’s Catherine The Great;...

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Extinction rebellion create pop-up bike lane as they demand more cycle-friendly measures

Extinction rebellion create pop-up bike lane as they demand more cycle-friendly measures

GREEN campaigners created a pop-up bike lane as they called for transport bosses to ensure streets stay safe for cyclists and pedestrians after lockdown. The group from Extinction Rebellion Kensington and Chelsea and Hammersmith and Fulham made the temporary bike lane at Holland Park Avenue. The road links West London...

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London Career Festival goes virtual for 2020

London Career Festival goes virtual for 2020

London Careers Festival 2020 will be the second of its kind, building on the success of last year’s event which connected 5000 pupils with 120 organisations. The event will now be delivered virtually between the 29 June – 3 July 2020 and will offer webinars, talks and tours from employers,...

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Picasso’s paint palette sells for £56,250

Picasso’s paint palette sells for £56,250

The World of Picasso (see here) Presenting a plethora of works of all media spanning the entire oeuvre of the truly indefatigable artist Pablo Picasso, the online auction charted his experimentation and creativity from pastels to linocuts, ceramics to silver plates. 188 works together totalled £4,832,125 / $6,128,101, with 92% of...

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