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Tom Dixon and IKEA's Urban Farming Solutions Will Be Available as Early as 2021

As part of the 2019 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, Tom Dixon and IKEA have designed an experimental model for urban farming. Titled "Gardening will Save the World," the exhibition demonstrates how people can grow food at home and do their best to reduce food waste, through the combination of design and technology. The two-level garden will feature over 4,000 plants, as well as a horticultural lab that integrates technology into the system. "Aiming to give back to cities and create productive landscape...
Tags: Design, Ikea, Chelsea Flower Show, East London, Tom Dixon, Save the World, Design News, Dixon IKEA, Participatory City


HeyJobs, a ‘talent acquisition’ platform out of Berlin, raises $12M Series A

HeyJobs, a three year-old Berlin startup that helps large employers scale recruitment, has raised $12 million in Series A funding. The round id led by Notion Capital, with participation from existing investors Creathor Ventures, Rocket Internet’s GFC, and newly re-branded Heartcore Capital. Founded in 2016 and launched the following year, HeyJobs aims to tackle the recruitment problem European employers are facing due to steep declines in available workforce as the so-called the “boomer” generat...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Europe, Germany, Berlin, Tech, Vodafone, Luther, Gfc, East London, Notion Capital, Facebook Instagram, Securitas, Heartcore Capital Founded, HeyJobs


By Design: How a Design-Dealing Couple Turned a School Gymnasium Into a Home

In East London, Sam Pratt and Valerio Capo live among the contemporary work they’ve devoted themselves to discovering.
Tags: Design, News, Furniture, East London, Collectors and Collections, London (England, Real Estate and Housing (Residential, Interior Design and Furnishings, Sam Pratt, Valerio Capo


'Toxic Tesco Towers' plans cause concern - East London and West Essex Guardian Series

'Toxic Tesco Towers' plans cause concern   East London and West Essex Guardian Series More than 100 people gathered to stop a supermarket site being redeveloped into high-rise housing for up to 3000 people.
Tags: Shopping, East London, West Essex Guardian, Tesco Towers


Alicia Vikander Returning for Tomb Raider Sequel with New Writer

Alicia Vikander returning for Tomb Raider sequel with new writer Entertainment Weekly is reporting that Oscar winner Alicia Vikander (The Danish Girl, Ex Machina, Tomb Raider) is reprising her role as Lara Croft in a sequel to last year’s Tomb Raider. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping =...
Tags: Movies, Walton Goggins, Warner Bros, Entertainment Weekly, MGM, Dominic West, Tomb raider, East London, Alicia Vikander, Michael B Jordan, Lara Croft, Daniel Wu, Lara, Methuselah, Movie News, Geneva Robertson Dworet


EGX Rezzed 2019: Our pick of must-see games including Hamsterdam and Change

Mirror Gaming's James Ide previews his top picks from the video games expo in East London [Author: James Ide]
Tags: Technology, East London, Hamsterdam, James Ide


Watch Blur Reunite For A Surprise Performance In East London

Roxy Music weren't the only big British rock band reuniting last night. During Damon Albarn's Africa Express: The Circus show in East London, which brings musicians from around the world together to perform onstage, Albarn's band Blur reunited to play together for the first time since The Magic Whip came out in 2015. More »
Tags: Video, Music, Africa, Damon Albarn, Blur, East London, Albarn


Facebook’s handling of Alex Jones is a microcosm of its content policy problem

A revealing cluster of emails leaked to Business Insider offers a glimpse at how Facebook decides what content is objectionable in high profile cases. In this instance, a group of executives at Facebook went hands on in determining if an Alex Jones Instagram post violated the platform’s terms of service or not. As Business Insider reports, 20 Facebook and Instagram executives hashed it out over the Jones post, which depicted a mural known as “False Profits” by the artist Mear One. Facebook be...
Tags: Social, TC, Facebook, UK, Instagram, US, Tech, Conspiracy Theories, Jones, East London, Jeremy Corbyn, Alex Jones, As Business Insider, Content Moderation, Alex Jones Instagram, Mear One Facebook


Bill & Ted 3 announced

Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves are to star again as Bill and Ted, a long-hoped-for sequel to the 1990s classics: "The world is about to get a lot more excellent." Weird fact: both Winter and Reeves are British, but neither have spent much time there: Winter moved to the U.S. from East London when he was 5, while Reeves's mom is from Essex but moved to Canada before he was born. Winter holds British and American citizenship; Reeves is a naturalized Canadian citizen. Both would have been exposed,...
Tags: Post, News, California, Ted, Canada, Essex, Bill, Keanu Reeves, East London, Reeves, Alex Winter, Excellent


Shamima Begum's child reported to have died in Syrian refugee camp

East London teenager gave birth three weeks ago and had said she wanted to return to UKThe infant son of Shamima Begum is reported to have died in a Syrian refugee camp three weeks after the teenager from east London turned Islamic State devotee gave birth.Her lawyer, Tasnime Akunjee, told the Guardian: “We have strong but as yet unconfirmed reports that Shamima Begum’s son has died. He was a British citizen.” Continue reading...
Tags: London, Islamic State, UK News, World news, Syria, Middle East and North Africa, East London, Shamima Begum, Tasnime Akunjee


East London killing: girl was stabbed once in back by silent attacker

Jodie Chesney, 17, and her friends had no interaction with two suspects, police sayA 17-year-old girl killed in an east London park was stabbed once in the back by a teenage attacker who did not say a word to her, police have said.Jodie Chesney, 17, was attacked at about 9.25pm on Friday in St Neot’s Road in Harold Hill and died an hour later. Continue reading...
Tags: London, UK News, Knife crime, East London, Harold Hill, Jodie Chesney, St Neot 's Road


New York Fashion Week Fall 2019 Was The Most Racially-Diverse

During New York Fashion Week last September, it looked like the industry was finally ready to embrace true diversity. The spring 2019 season (which counts 76 major shows and 2,203 model appearances) was the most representative across different races, sizes, ages, and genders than ever before at NYFW. Just a few months later, however, the numbers have already started to dwindle.On Tuesday, The Fashion Spot released its bi-annual diversity reports, which often show how far the industry has come —...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, East London, NYFW, Brandon Maxwell, During New York Fashion Week, Hyun Ji, Sijia Kang, Hannah Shakespeare, Siriano Eckhaus Latta


London Goth Lives in Sort Zine

Penned and published by Joseph Delaney and Matt King, Sort Zine sheds light on goth cultures across Europe. The pair, a director and stylist respectively, sought to create a space for people within the thriving goth world—something other than a club, store or brand—to convey messages and foster the community. The latest five-part zine collection comes complete with a starter kit for goths. GARAGE Magazine …
Tags: Europe, Design, London, Style, Interviews, East London, Publications, Linkaboutit, Zine, Zines, Joseph Delaney, Goths, Subcultures, Goth Culture, Sort Zine, London Goth Lives


The Best Neighborhoods in London: Where to Stay When You Visit

Posted: 2/25/2019 | February 25th, 2019 I’ve always liked London, but when I visited last year something in me just clicked—and poof! I finally saw the light and came to love it. London has a million things to do to keep you busy a lifetime over. With its amazing architecture, world-class art museums, tons of historical sites, and unique shopping experiences, what’s not to love? What’s not to love about a city where the pubs are so small everyone just stands on the street with their pint glass?...
Tags: Travel, Europe, England, London, Thames, Paddington, Chelsea, United Kingdom, Oxford, Camden, Mayfair, West End, Tate Modern, Royal Opera House, Shakespeare, Oxford Street


"I'm Loved on All Sides": An Interview with Yola

The journey by which Yola, the pop/country/folk/soul singer/songwriter from Bristol, UK, has arrived at the launch of her first solo album, Walk Through Fire, has not always been a charmed one by any stretch of the imagination. And yet she's made it. Although it's her debut as a solo artist, overall it's her third album (her first two were made as part of the Bristolian roots group, Phantom Limb). Coming out on the Easy Eye label but with a licensing/distribution deal involving Nonesuch (par...
Tags: Feature, Music, UK, England, New York, London, Lana Del Rey, Beyonce, Interview, Australia, Aretha Franklin, Country, America, Bbc, Soul, Tennessee


My 14 Favorite Hostels in London in 2019

Posted: 2/18/2019 | February 18th, 2019 London is one of my recent favorite cities in the world. I always liked London but it wasn’t until I spent a few weeks there last summer that I fell in love with London. I didn’t want to leave. London is a sprawling city, covering 607 square miles, and home to over eight million people. While the city may be expensive (though, like any big city, it has lots of free things to do there), it’s popularity means there are lots of hostels in the city. Hundreds ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, England, London, United Kingdom, Camden, Parliament, Natural History Museum, Oxford Street, British Museum, Hyde Park, Shoreditch, East London, City Hall, Soho, Don


Shoppers can vote for which community group deserves the largest grant in Walthamstow, Highams Park, Leyton, Lea Bridge Road, Chingford and Leytonstone Tesco stores - East London and West Essex Guardian Series

Shoppers can vote for which community group deserves the largest grant in Walthamstow, Highams Park, Leyton, Lea Bridge Road, Chingford and Leytonstone Tesco stores   East London and West Essex Guardian Series Community groups are calling for votes to bag the largest grant from a supermarket chain.
Tags: Shopping, East London, West Essex Guardian, Leytonstone Tesco, West Essex Guardian Series Community


FA People's Cup: Romance FC - the female five-a-side football collective

Meet Romance FC - the collective of creative women from East London who are playing in this year's FA People's Cup.
Tags: Football, East London, Meet Romance FC


Neil Gaiman Reads His Manifesto on Making Art: Features the 10 Things He Wish He Knew As a Young Artist

I think you're absolutely allowed several minutes, possibly even half a day to feel very, very sorry for yourself indeed. And then just start making art. - Neil Gaiman It’s a bit early in the year for commencement speeches, but fortunately for lifelong learners who rely on a steady drip of inspiration and encouragement, author Neil Gaiman excels at putting old wine in new bottles. He repurposed his keynote address to Philadelphia's University of the Arts’ Class of 2012 for Art Matter...
Tags: Google, Art, Books, College, Life, New York City, Neil Gaiman, Literature, Philadelphia, Hackney, Ursula K Le Guin, Alice, East London, Waterstones, Facebook Twitter, Chris Riddell


Campaigners call for Whitechapel Bell Foundry to re-open

Developers want to turn the historic Whitechapel Bell Foundry in East London into a boutique hotel.
Tags: News, East London, Whitechapel Bell Foundry


Finally: The definitive movie about the custom moto scene

We’re surprised it’s taken so long. The ‘alt moto’ movement has been on fire for at least a decade, but it’s never made the jump onto the big screen. Oil In The Blood is the first film to catalog the builders, riders and artists who are driving the scene forward. It’s directed by Gareth Maxwell Roberts, a founding member of the Bike Shed club in London and the possessor of an unfeasibly large Rolodex. Gareth knows everybody in the business—and the cast list feels like a Who’s Who of the ...
Tags: England, London, La, US, Chicago, Motorcycles, Ducati, Portland, Wisconsin, Honda, Vespa, Brick Lane, East London, Husqvarna, Yamaha, PAUL


Current Obsessions: Getaways

From a 189-square-foot micro flat to a glimpse inside the studio of a Remodelista favorite, here are 9 things to pore over this weekend: Above: Photograph from The Insta-Famous Airbnb: Villa Arunja in Bali. For avid followers of Last Seen, the podcast about the art heist at the Isabella Stewart Gardener Museum, here’s another case to get hooked on—Frank Lloyd Wright edition, A look inside Faye Toogood’s East London studio, via T. And, a micro flat that somehow feels spacious, despite its ...
Tags: Books, Bali, Austin, East London, Frank Lloyd Wright, Design News, Current Obsessions, Faye Toogood, Maria Popova, Isabella Stewart Gardener Museum, Villa Arunja, Floyd Airbnb On Margot, Brainpickings Nalata Nalata


It’s a Theater, With Craft Beer and D.J.s Until 6 a.m.

The Yard in East London is bringing young people to theater with programming that mixes avant-garde stage productions and club nights.
Tags: News, Theater, East London, London (England, Bars and Nightclubs, Yard Theater


Meet The Mixologist & Entrepreneur Reimagining London’s Food Scene

“There is very little in the world that brings people together like food,” says mixologist-turned-entrepreneur Missy Flynn. That's exactly why she’s centered her career, studies, and personal life around food and building community.In her early 20s, the lifelong Londonite noticed a gap in the food and drink scene: There wasn’t anywhere that offered the sense of community she craved. “There weren’t many restaurants that I, as someone in my early 20s, would be truly excited about going to hang ou...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Mexico, America, Amnesty International, States, North America, Visitbritain, Shoreditch, East London, Soho, Flynn, Rita, Gabe, Columbia Road


Man Hiding Face From Police Facial Recognition Test Fined for Telling Cops to 'Piss Off'

On Thursday, Metropolitan Police trialed a face recognition system in the East London town of Romford. The technology led to three arrests, according to The Independent. One individual was fined after an altercation that reportedly stemmed from his response to the facial recognition technology.Read more...
Tags: Science, London, Police, Facial Recognition, Biometrics, East London, Romford


Mystery of newborn baby Roman found dumped in Sainsbury’s plastic bag after being abandoned in 1C London p - The Sun

Mystery of newborn baby Roman found dumped in Sainsbury’s plastic bag after being abandoned in 1C London p   The Sun A NEWBORN baby was last night found dumped in a plastic Sainsbury's bag after being abandoned in an East London park in freezing temperatures. The baby ...
Tags: London, Shopping, Sainsbury, East London


West Ham or Real Betis? Chelsea’s Michy Batshuayi has a deadline day decision to make

According to numerous reports across the English media this afternoon, Chelsea have agreed deals in principle with both West Ham United and Real Betis, over Michy Batshuayi. Chelsea struggles 25-year-old striker Batshuayi has been on the books of the Blues since 2016, when he made the move to Stamford Bridge from Ligue 1 outfit Marseille for 40 million Euro. However, despite the hefty fee splashed out on his signature, Batshuayi has since largely failed to impress with Chelsea. After managing ...
Tags: Spain, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, La Liga, Marseille, West Ham United, Tottenham, Everton, West Ham, Huddersfield, Borussia Dortmund, Stamford Bridge, Valencia, Real Betis, East London


Blood Orange Performs For NPR’s ‘Tiny Desk Concert’

Blood Orange recently visited NPR headquarters, appearing as the latest Tiny Desk Concert guest. The artist, born Devonté Hynes, performed a beautiful four-song set of records off last year’s Negro Swan LP. Backed by his band that included Jason Arce (saxophone), Eva Tolkin and Ian Isiah (vocals), and Mikey Freedom Hart (keyboard), Hynes delivered live renditions of “By Ourselves” and “Jewelry.” The East London native showed off his artistic versatility playing the guitar and piano at one poi...
Tags: Jazz, Npr, East London, Blood Orange, Dagenham, Hynes, Dev Hynes, Performances, Tiny Desk Concert, Georgia Anne Muldrow, JASON ARCE, Devonté Hynes, Ian Isiah, Pat TeiShi Ian Isiah, Eva Tolkin, Mikey Freedom Hart


Lucky Kaizer Chiefs avoid joining South African Cup casualty list

Johannesburg (AFP) – Famed Kaizer Chiefs narrowly avoided joining the casualty list Sunday in a shock-riddled South African FA Cup round of 32. The Soweto club, who have won more trophies than any rivals in the republic, needed an own-goal and an incorrect refereeing decision to pip third-tier Tornado 1-0 near East London. Attempting to steer a cross from Colombian Leonardo Castro away from danger on 94 minutes, defender Abongile Twani diverted the ball over his goalkeeper Khanya Mini and into ...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Johannesburg, East London, Soweto, Afp, Chiefs, CAF, CAF Champions League, Mamelodi Sundowns, Leonardo Castro, Sundowns, Orlando Pirates, Bidvest Wits, Maritzburg, Giovanni Solinas


Idris Elba’s Gang Drama Yardie Acquired by Rialto Pictures

Idris Elba’s gang drama Yardie acquired by Rialto Pictures Idris Elba’s directorial debut, Yardie, has been acquired by Rialto Pictures, per a report from The Wrap. The gang drama is set to receive a theatrical release on March 15. The film originally premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2018, and was later picked as the opening night film at this year’s Caribbean Film Festival at BAM in New York City. “I’m very happy that this movie is going to get play in the States,” said Elba in a ...
Tags: UK, London, Movies, New York City, US, Brooklyn, Idris Elba, Kingston, East London, KINGSTON Jamaica, Elba, Movie News, Aml Ameen, Yardie, Victor Headley, Hackney Yardie