I’ve long been a big fan of the street food Kings that are KERB, but it did make me sad that South London was oft left out of these scrumptious happenings. Thankfully that’s about to change, because KERB is heading to the Southbank Centre for a whole weekend of deliciousness, and it starts right now.
Coffee nerds and sleep-deprived people of the world, your attention please. London’s having a coffee festival. You should go! It’s taking place at Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane all weekend, and doors open to the public at 5pm this evening.
So Valentine’s Day happened on Friday, a thoroughly brilliant yet incredibly controversial day in which boys are required to spend oodles of money on chocolates, roses and other delightful gifts for girls, to prove that they love them and aren’t just with them for their shiny hair.
A method of transportation so abominable it has been known to spark human rights marches, the Northern Line enables passengers to experience all the emotions one might feel if they had been buried alive – right the way from initial panic to resigned despair (this usually occurs around Bank).
Regard! Its FAILINGS:
It’s the middle of January – the driest, skintest and coldest of times. Obviously my natural response to this terrible wrong that has been done us was to take a trip up to Regent Street for a day of browsing objects I cannot afford alongside objects I could never afford… and where’s the best place to do that? Liberty, of course.
Spotted at The Sun, Clapham...