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Andy Coulson Sends Reporters Before Police

Andy Coulson Sends Reporters Before Police

Andy Coulson, former News of the World editor-in-chief and temporary media aide to Prime Minister David Cameron, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison. He was indicted for bribery, obstruction of justice and phone hacking, but was only found guilty of conspiring to hack into a cell phone. His charges were in relation to a […]

Pride Parade in London England Amassed Record Crowd

Pride Parade in London England Amassed Record Crowd

Somewhere in-between 20,000 to 30,000 people have attended the Pride Parade in London, England, hitting a record number as it amassed a historic crowd this year. Enormous amounts of people turned out for the 2014 Pride Parade in the capital city of England, despite the sheets of rain that pelted down on them in the […]

Russell Brand Calls for Revolution Again

Russell Brand Calls for Revolution Again

Russell Brand has called for revolution again. This time the comedian has taken to the protesting group the People’s Assembly Against Austerity, urging people to rise up against the government. The group was formed a year ago, with various MPs, including the late Tony Benn, signing an open letter against the austerity measure put in […]

‘Global City: On the Streets of Renaissance Lisbon’ Heading to London

‘Global City: On the Streets of Renaissance Lisbon’ Heading to London

In early modern Europe, the Portuguese capital, Lisbon ruled over the trading empire as one of the first ‘global’ cities, extending from Brazil to India. The Wallace exhibit will give a comprehensive overview of day-to-day life along Lisbon’s Rua Nova. It will focus on the “cross-cultural influences” between Lisbon and Africa, Asia, India and the […]

‘Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision’ in Portraiture

‘Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision’ in Portraiture

The National Portrait Gallery (NPG) in London will explore the 20th century novelist, Virginia Woolf through portraiture in Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision from July 10, 2014 through October 26, 2014. Guest curated by Bloomsbury biographer, Frances Spalding, the major exhibition of portraits and rare archival material will trace Virginia Woolf’s life and achievements […]

London Presents ‘120 Years of Tower Bridge’ Exhibition

London Presents ‘120 Years of Tower Bridge’ Exhibition

More than a century old, the Tower Bridge is still very much a part of London life. Officially opened on June 30, 1894 by the Prince of Wales, who later became King Edward VII, the original ceremony was not short on grandeur. The Times newspaper reported on July 2, 1894, that on a clear day […]

The Museum of London Turns a Magnifying Glass on Sherlock Holmes

The Museum of London Turns a Magnifying Glass on Sherlock Holmes

“What you do in this world is a matter of no consequence. The question is what can you make people believe you have done,” Sherlock Holmes said in The Study of Scarlett. Who really was the fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes? The Museum of London will delve into the mind of the world’s most iconic detectives, Sherlock […]

Olympics in 2016 Could Be Held in London

Olympics in 2016 Could Be Held in London

The 2016 Olympics that are due to be held in Rio could actually be moved to London. There are growing concerns that Brazil will not be ready for the event in two years time, and the United Kingdom will be in the best position consider it held the 2012 games. British newspaper The Independent has […]

Scotland Yard Arrests Teen Boy Age 13 After Allegedly Murdering a Man During Break-In

Scotland Yard Arrests Teen Boy Age 13 After Allegedly Murdering a Man During Break-In

A teen boy, age 13 has been placed under arrest due to suspicion of allegedly murdering a man who died during a break-in at his home, stated Scotland Yard. The teenager was taken to a South London police station to receive questioning. Martin Thomas, age 39, who was initially from Jamaica, was discovered with life […]

Top Five Must-See Art Exhibits for Spring 2014

Top Five Must-See Art Exhibits for Spring 2014

Spring has arrived, and with it countless art exhibits to enjoy. From Paris to Madrid to Los Angeles, there are numerous must-see exhibitions around the world. Here are top five art exhibits that are now blooming in London, Paris, Rome, New York and Los Angeles. At London’s National Portrait Gallery, Bailey’s Stardust retrospective runs until June […]

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