"London" Blogs & Blog Posts

England's Pleasant PasturesEngland's Pleasant Pastures

Wholly pretentious, sentimental, often bland and above his station, this ph...

 
Freelance web developer BlogFreelance web developer Blog

Freelance developer blog about web develoment and web design tutorials, gui...

 
carina100carina100

I work in fashion, so be prepared for insider knowledge and gossip, not to ...

 
All the 7th FloorsAll the 7th Floors

We are t7F London brand strategists for the real world. We named our blog â...

 
Planet HugillPlanet Hugill

Classical Music Blog from London based singer and classical music composer,...

 
Maria RobertsMaria Roberts

Talk of love, motherhood, London, friends, teenagers, and family by the aut...

 
SamanthaSamantha

The personal blog of Samantha Kidd, an eighteen year old student in Greater...

 


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Weezy — an on-demand supermarket that delivers groceries in as fast as 15 minutes — has raised $20 million in a Series A funding led by New York-based venture capital fund Left Lane Capital. Also participating were U.K.-based fund DN Capital, ear...

Hinge Health, the San Francisco-based company that offers a digital solution to treat chronic musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions — such as back and joint pain — has closed a $310 million in Series D funding, according to sources. The round is led b...

Another Sky - Music For Winter Vol. I [Streaming] The post Another Sky – Music For Winter Vol. I [Streaming] first appeared on PhotogMusic.

Back in the mid to late nineties there was a publishing phenomenon… Helen Fielding had written a faux diary about a thirty-something singleton called Bridget Jones. Bridget Jones’s Diary went on to become what The Guardian named as one of the t...

While most UK residents complied with coronavirus restrictions, others were fined for partying. A church hosted hundreds who threw objects at police.

By the early C19th, London had become the world’s largest city. To deal with concerns re preventing crime, Home Secretary Sir Robert Peel introduced the Met­ropolitan Police Act to Parliam­ent 1829. But people were afraid that the new police forc...