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Chipping away at the history of fish and chips
Although often associated with the seaside, the first chippie opened its doors in London, where the working class propelled the iconic dish into popu...
The alt city guide to Cambridge
From the independent enclave of Mill Road to the annual Strawberry Fair music festival, a dedicated minority of locals work doggedly to maintain the ...
Why It’s Time for English Bitter Ales
With reasonable ABVs (maximum 6%) and a nuanced balance of hops and malt, English-style bitters ought to be the beer of moment. By Megan Krigbaum.
Nico Muhly on Why Choral Music Is Slow Food for the Soul
The American contemporary classical music composer and arranger argues persuasively that: "English choral music is not about instant gratification. ...
The Creation of the Mini
In 1959 the British Motoring Corporation — based in Longbridge, England, just outside of Birmingham — unveiled a new, and very small, family car. ...