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London’s Tastiest Ramen Restaurant Strikes Again

‘Here, have some ramen’, why thank you, thats very Kanada Ya! Kanada-Ya launched in Yukuhashi, Japan, in 2008, the brainchild of Kanada Kazuhiro and was an instant hit and it wasn’t long before he decided to take the show on the road, to Hong Kong and the UK. In 2014 it arrived in Covent Garden and was as popular here as back home, with Kazuhiro opening a further restaurant in Haymarket and, as of 22nd March, on Islington’s Upper Street. The authentic Tonkotsu ramen specialist uses an incredibly time-consuming process to perfect their ramen and as a result it has […]

What to do This Weekend

What to do This Weekend: 9th – 11th March

The weekend is here! A weekend of Ben & Jerry’s, Bali and boating (who doesn’t love a bit of alliteration?) and also don’t forget it’s Mother’s Day…

Health & Wellness

DEFINE.London: Fitzrovia’s New Fitness Studio

This weekend sees the launch of DEFINE.London’s Fitzrovia studio. It’s mission? To help sculpt a stronger, healthier and more inspired version of you. Located on Great Portland Street, the studio couldn’t be further from the garishly coloured gyms, with worn mats and shouty slogans on the walls. Instead it’s fresh, light tranquil and calm, providing the ideal place to work out in peace. We’re hoping it also means you won’t have the weightlifters who grunt so loudly that you’re either put off or you’re having to suppress your laughter as you watch them from your bike. Just because the space […]

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Health & Wellness

The Handbook Meets The Women Behind Be:Fit

Rachel Chatham is one of the co-organisers of Be:Fit, the health and fitness festival that’s coming back to London this May. Along with colleague Chelsea Cox she’s built an organisation to inspire and empower women. We meet Rachel, and find out how they did it. What is Be:Fit? Be:FIT is the UK’s original and biggest health and fitness festival for women, providing women with the knowledge and inspiration to lead a happier and healthier lifestyle. The festival is a three-day celebration of total health and wellbeing jam-packed with motivational talks from the UK’s top fitness experts, six studios of unlimited free classes, […]

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Openings & Launches

Beer And Tunes! Music And Street Food Venue For Kings Cross

The new King's Cross venue combining music and drinking

Celebrities & Influencers

Are These The Most Inspirational Women On The Planet?

Discover who the most impressive and inspirational women alive right now are

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Restaurants, Pubs & Food

Grate Expectations: There’s a 3 Day Cheese Festival Coming

Easter weekend, normally a weekend dedicated to hot cross buns, lamb, Easter eggs and the obligatory Simnel cake but this year, break away from tradition and swap the chocolate sweats for the cheese sweats… they’re both dairy induced anyway. Grate Expectations will be returning with Cheese Town 3.0. for three days of gluttonous cheese eating. Taking up residency at Flat Iron Square in Borough, they’ll be joined by the likes of Mac to the Future, Meltsmiths, The Raclette Brothers and True North Poutine Co, who’ll all be serving up more cheese than you can imagine and most certainly eat. Gorge […]

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Bars, Clubs & Drinks

The Whiskey Affair Returns to London

Everyone drinks gin, but like listening to Taylor Swift or ordering a flat white it’s not really cool, just popular. Drinking whiskey, however, there’s still an edge to that, an air of mystery. In fact, it can often leave you feeling a little stumped.  If only there was a whiskey festival the appealed to both connoisseurs and novices alike…oh look our prayers have been answered, The Whiskey Affair is coming back to London next weekend. Having started in London in 2015, the now nationwide festival, is returning to Hackney on Saturday 24th March and will be split into scotch, bourbon, […]

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Culture

13 Ways to Celebrate International Women’s Day

Sisters of the world unite, on Thursday 8th March 2018 International Women’s Day returns and the whole world takes a day to recognise the impressiveness that is the female species. As the original aim from over 100 years ago – to achieve full gender equality for women the world – has still not been realised, this year’s theme of Press for Progress is as relevant as ever. So if you’re a fabulous female or just in awe of the fairer sex then make sure you don’t miss these amazing pro-women events, after all, ‘who run the world?’

Things to do Outdoors

Go Alfresco In East London This Summer

Another day another street food market! This time in Stratford

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