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London's Brawn Diner

Brawn may be its name, but it's not just aficionados of the classic pig's-head terrine who are hotfooting it to this diner in London's hip Bethnal Green. It's...

Back On Track at London's St Pancras

When the Midland Grand opened in 1873 above London's St. Pancras train station, it instantly became a Victorian landmark. But by 1935 the building had stopped...

A Time Capsule in London

With its cluttered spaces, dark alcoves and whiff of eccentricity, Sir John Soane's Museum looks as though it were conceived by the set designers of Raiders of...

London's Sleeping-Rough Guide

It's a sunny afternoon in October, and I'm on a walking tour of London Bridge. The group listens attentively to our guide Hazel Wilding, who has a particular...

Croquet and Tea at London's Goring Hotel

Who says afternoon tea has to be a sedate affair? Certainly not London's decidedly rakish Goring hotel. Every Thursday from now until Aug. 26, the delicate...

Glam It Up at London's Sanctum Soho

When aging rock stars tire of trashing hotel rooms and throwing TVs out of the window, where do they stay? Probably somewhere like London's Sanctum Soho,...

The Moment: London

Demonstrators tend to march in discontent, so when a crowd gathers to applaud a government policy it's worth taking notice. At a small rally outside the U.S...

London Lashed by Lehman Jitters

Unable to figure out what lies around the corner amid the mayhem in global financial markets, traders in the City of London retreated to familiar ground Monday,...

Green Notes: London's Latest Organic Mecca

Food-obsessed visitors to the Cotswolds and Gloucestershire, Britain, know to make a stop at the Bamford family's superchic organic farm, Daylesford, below,...

43 Move to London's new green zone

Homes in London account for 44% of the city's CO2 emissions. That's why, in the docklands, builders plan in 2010 to open the city's first large-scale zero-carbon...