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Luxury love heart chocolates from Paul a. Young

CAMDEN PASSAGE’S PAUL A YOUNG CHOCOLATIERS TURNS 10

Having turned 10 this month, Paul A Young tells The Resident why this Islington luxury chocolate spot remains special, what has contributed to its massive success and reminisces about humble beginnings

WHAT CROSSRAIL 2 MEANS FOR LONDON

Crossrail 2 has been approved to boost connections between north and south London. From your commute to housing, here’s how Crossrail 2 will affect Londoners…

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THE ANTI-VALENTINE’S EDIT: 7 WAYS TO ENJOY BEING SINGLE

Valentine’s Day can be overwhelming for couples, let alone those leading a single life, so here are 7 ways to embrace the single life, pamper yourself, have a riot with your friends and avoid all that talk of cupid…

NO TURKEYS! 13 GREAT RESTAURANTS FOR GLOBAL DINING

Bored of turkey already? Here are 13 London restaurants offering more exotic flavours, from French to Argentinian and Danish

Dogs Trust CEO Adrian Burder talks about the charity and Christmas

CHRISTMAS WITH DOGS TRUST

The former CEO of Dogs Trust Clarissa Baldwin coined the famous slogan, ‘A dog is for life, not just for Christmas’, back in 1978, but the current CEO Adrian Burder believes the message is just as important now How has Dogs Trust evolved in the 20 years you’ve been a part of it? Well it’s […]

Vintage Salt, Islington

RESTAURANT REVIEW: VINTAGE SALT, ISLINGTON

The Fish & Chip Shop on Upper Street, Islington, has been renamed as Vintage Salt – and vintage is the optimum word as the quality remains high

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5 OF THE BEST NORTH LONDON GALLERIES

A few of the best North London galleries pushing the artistic boundaries. Words: Mark Kebble Highgate Contemporary Art The picturesque Highgate has a gallery it can be proud of. With an eclectically engrossing exhibition schedule, Highgate Contemporary Art showcases the work of artists both locally and internationally. Their next exhibition is a case in point, running […]

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LONDON’S BEST OUTDOOR EVENTS THIS SUMMER

Not many places in the world can compete when the sun is out in London. Here’s where you can truly make the most of it at the best outdoor events in the capital this summer  Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre We’ve already been this year to see the enchanting Peter Pan, and during August Regent’s […]

10 of the coolest London offices you've seen

10 OF THE COOLEST OFFICES IN LONDON

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, right? Here are 10 companies whose London offices prove that just because it’s an office, it doesn’t have to be boring – you may want to show this to your boss   Google, Covent Garden Famous for having amazing office spaces, it’s no surprise that Google’s […]

The story of The Blues Kitchen Shoreditch

15 THINGS TO PIG OUT ON BEFORE LENT

With the beginning of Lent around the corner it’s nearly time to get virtuous and give up all the things you really love. So before then, we suggest you make the most of Fat Tuesday and have a proper pig out! Here’s 15 things you should eat before Lent  All you can eat hog roast […]

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