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World Cancer Day

Posted on February 4, 2017 at 1:00 PM


In an effort to inspire hope for those waging a brave fight against cancer, we would like to share a few of our favorite quotes.

1  “Time is shortening. But every day that I challenge this cancer and survive is a victory for me.”

2  “Some days there won’t be a song in your heart. Sing anyway.”

3  “Cancer affects all of us, whether you’re a daughter, mother, sister, friend, coworker, doctor, or patient.”

4  “When you come to the end of your rope, tie a knot and hang on.”

5  “You can be a victim of cancer, or a survivor of cancer. It’s a mindset.”

6  “Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.”

7  “The human spirit is stronger than anything that can happen to it.”

8  “Optimism is the foundation of courage.”

 

9  “We cannot direct the wind but we can adjust the sails.”

10  “Hope is the physician of each misery.”



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Posted on February 3, 2017 at 5:40 PM

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Posted on January 31, 2017 at 4:50 PM
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Free And Cheap London Events: 27-28 January 2017

Posted on January 25, 2017 at 5:35 AM

Things To Do In London 27-28 January 2017


WAR ART: Perspectives of Destruction: Images of London, 1940-44 is a new exhibition at Museum of London exploring how artists and photographers reacted to the damage suffered in London during second world war bombing. Free, just turn up, until 8 May

FOODIES: Enjoy an array of foods AT Southbank Centre's food market. Get your hands on all manner of street food as well as fresh produce. Free entry, just turn up, from 12pm [27-29 January]

FRIDAY TONIC: Bring out your inner jazz star at Southbank Centre's Friday Tonic: Tomorrows Warriors Jam. Whether you bring along your own instruments and jam along with everyone else or just relax, it's a c hilled way to start the weekend. Free, just turn up, 5.30pm

Saturday 28 January

 

FARMER'S MARKET: Get your hands on some local fruit and veg, as well as organic meat and artisan bread at the Horniman Museum Farmers' Market. There's also hot food ready to eat — why not buy your lunch and tuck into it while enjoying that view over London? Free entry, just turn up, 9am-1.30pm

FAMILY TIME: Celebrate Chinese New Year with the family at Museum of London Docklands. Take the little ones along for storytelling, paper-cutting, dragon dancing and more with this special family festival Free, just turn up, from 11am

Things To Do In London 7-8 January 2017

Posted on January 6, 2017 at 12:25 PM


LAST CHANCE: See Roman Ondak's first solo show in over a decade. The Source of Art is in the Life of a People at the South London Gallery explores the the journey of time, intertwining the past and present. Free, just turn up, until 8 January

WATERLOO ART: The mezzanine at Waterloo offers travel and art with Landscape Photographer of the Year. Enjoy a collection of stunning photography taken across the UK. Free, just turn up, until 5 February

UNDERWEAR HISTORY: Ever wondered about the evolution of underwear? Visit the V&A's Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear exhibition and discover the history of underwear and how cut, fit and design reveal issues of gender, sex and morality. Various prices, book ahead, until 12 March

SEDUCTION AND CELEBRITY: Discover the life of Emma Hamilton, one of the most famous celebrities of her time, at the National Maritime Museum. Known as the woman who captured the heart of Admiral Horatio Nelson, Hamilton was a formidable women with a story of her own. From £12.60, book ahead, until 17 April

MOOMINLAND: Go on an interactive adventure in Moominland at Southbank Centre. We had a whale (or a surreal hippo-like creature) of a time. £13.50-£16.50, book in advance, until 23 April

100 YEARS OF ROALD DAHL: In honour of Roald Dahl's 100th birthday, illustrator Sir Quentin Blake has drawn special portraits of Dahl's most famous characters. Celebrate this phizz-whizzing anniversary at the British Library with Quentin Blake: The Roald Dahl Centenary Portraits. Free, just turn up, until 21 May

Saturday 7 January

CHARACTER ENCOUNTERS: Keep the little ones occupied as you sail across the Thames to the National Maritime Museum for Character Encounters. Explore the struggles of tea trade between Britain and China, dive into the sea with Neptune or learn about life as a Caribbean woman from Pearl Morris. Free, just turn up, noon-3pm (different time slots)

VICTORIAN ENTERTAINMENT: See the characters from British Library's Victorian Entertainments: There Will Be Fun come to life in There Will Be Fun - In The Flesh! Featured performances are inspired by the items displayed at the exhibition. Free, just turn up, 3pm-5pm

YELLOW BRICK ROAD: Join Dorothy and the gang at Prince Charles Cinema for a screening of The Wizard of Oz. Remember to follow the yellow brick road. £10/£7.50, book ahead, from 6.40pm

FOLK MUSIC: Relax with music from Robin Gillan at the Calthorpe Arms on Grays Inn Road with the Cellar Upstairs Folk Club. £8/£7/£6, just turn up, 8pm-11pm

Sunday 8 January

ORGAN MUSEUM: Organ enthusiasts unite for the Amersham Fair Organ Museum Open Day. Discover a collection of rare instruments and preserved fairground organs created by the likes of Gavioli, Marenghi, Hooghuys and more. Free, just turn up, 11am-5pm

TWELFTH NIGHT: Celebrate the beginning of the new year with Twelfth Night celebrations on the Bankside. Enjoy the Mummers Play, keep an eye out for Beelzebub, and see who will be crowned King and Queen for the day. Free, just turn up, from 1.45pm

SUNSHINE POEMS: Get your fix of vitamin D with Sunshine Poems at Keats House. From John Donne's metaphysics to Shakespeare's sonnets, it'll be an afternoon of light. Free, book ahead, 2pm-3pm

FORGET YOUR TROUSERS: Join the rest of London and leave your trousers at home for the No Trousers Tube Ride. Not only do you have to remove your trousers, you also have to keep a straight face. Don't worry, you can laugh about it at the afterparty. Meet at WC2H 7JR, opposite the Canton restaurant. Free, RSVP here, 3pm-11pm



NATIONAL FRUITCAKE TOSS DAY

Posted on January 3, 2017 at 6:35 AM

The first Great Fruitcake Toss was held in Manitou Springs, Colorado on January 3, 1996. Each year the entrants compete to see who can hurl or toss their fruitcakes the farthest.

Events In London This Weekend: 3-4 December 2016

Posted on November 29, 2016 at 12:20 PM

HORNIMAN CHRISTMAS FAIR: This is slightly different than your run of the mill Christmas market, due to all the extra events The Horniman Museum has tied into it. Choose from puppet making, storytelling, a Christmas trail, and more. Free entry but individual events cost and should be booked, 3-4 December

CRAFTY FOX CHRISTMAS MARKET: This Brixton Christmas market aims to promote the work of local designers. The event is curated by Zoe Pearson, the UK Marketing Manager for Pinterest, and the stalls will be different on each day, with items on sale including textiles, ceramics, jewellery, vinyl art and more. Free entry, just turn up, 3-4 December

POP-UP DESIGN MARKET: Life isn't easy for young creative graduates. There's so much amazing work out there, it's easy for a piece of brilliance to get lost in the shuffle. This pop-up market at the Peckham Pelican aims to set that straight, showing off some of the amazing work done by graduates from Central Saint Martins. Free entry, just turn up, 3-4 December

CIRCUS WEEKEND: Ever thought you could dazzle a big top with acrobatic majesty? Here's your chance to get involved with a circus skills workshop at Southbank Centre. Suitable for children of 5+ and all talent abilities. Free, just turn up, 3-4 December

Saturday 3 December

BIG WOW SMALL WONDER: Perfect for any child tired of feeling little, Big Wow Small Wonder follows the story of Justin, the smallest boy in the whole town. It's at the Half Moon Theatre in Limehouse and is performed by poet Justin Coe, ideal for children aged 4-9 and their families. £7, book in advance, 3pm-3.50pm

THIS IS YOUR TRIAL: Many tremble at the thought of audience participation in a comedy show, so here's an upfront warning; This Is Your Trial has lots of it. The show takes the form of a courtroom (comedy) drama, and is a chance for audience members to put each other on trial, led by talented comedians. £6, book in advance, 7.30pm-9pm

THE RAVE SPACE: This ambitious project is a blend of a DJ set and performance. Created by London DJ Will Dickie, The Rave Space at Camden People's Theatre explores the significance of dance culture, at a time when so many of London's clubs are under siege. £12/£10, book in advance, 9pm

Sunday 4 December

MAKE YOUR OWN CHILDREN'S BOOK: This is the chance for parents to give their child a Christmas present they'll cherish for years to come. Authors Laura Dockrill and artist Paul Johnson will expertly guide you through the journey of crafting a children's book from scratch. £45, 10.30am-4.30pm

STALKING TREES: Nature and the city share a strained relationship. Marking the end of National Tree Week, the Museum of Walking is putting on this walking tour, which studies how the city's trees have been affected by urban development. £15, book in advance, 11am-12.30pm

ACOUSTIC SUNDAY: Cosy up in Dalston's The Crypt for a festive Acoustic Sunday, presented by Sound Advice UK. Things will kick off with an open mic session, before whittling through a selection of east London's finest acoustic musicians. Make a donation, just turn up, 2pm-7pm





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NATIONAL JUKEBOX DAY

Posted on November 23, 2016 at 5:15 AM
The name jukebox is thought to originate from places called ‘juke houses’ or ‘jook joints’, which were establishments in the early 1900s where people congregated to drink and listen to music. In 1889, the first coin-operated player was invented in San Francisco by Louis Glass and his partner William S. Arnold, both managers of the Pacific Phonograph Co. Formally known as the nickel-in-the-slot machine, the player included a coin operation feature on an Edison phonograph and played a limited selection of songs without any amplification.

HelloFresh #ShareYourPassion

Posted on November 17, 2016 at 9:30 AM
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NATIONAL SPICY HERMIT COOKIE DAY

Posted on November 15, 2016 at 6:20 AM


15/11/2016

Today honors an old-fashioned cookie spiced with cinnamon, cloves, allspice and sometimes nutmeg and filled with raisins, nuts and dates.

 

Hermit cookies originated in the New England area. In 1880 the young ladies of the Trinity Church, Plattsburgh, New York published the cookbook Champlain Valley Book of Recipes with a Hermits recipe. This was a local cookbook in its 3rd edition suggesting it was first printed a year or two earlier. Soft and chewy, these cookies are sure to put a smile on the face of all who taste them.



 

 


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