Mar. 25th, 2012

x_los: (Four by Toulouse-Lautrec)
Travel as a Way of Finding Yourself (Written By Ron Hogan)
OMFG Watch Out, Here Comes a Huge Group of Girls
Santorum Reaches New Low, Calls Obama a Bad Dad for Letting Malia Travel to Mexico
Ugly Renaissance Babies: in case you haven't seen


So ages ago I picked up a ton of art magazines left on the street. I'm now selling these on ebay, because I never REALLY wanted them, I just hate things being thrown away, to free up space, and get a bit of money. One of them was a UK!Vogue Best-Kept-Secrets sort of guide. I pruned its contents down to London, things that looked even vaguely useful for 99%ers such as self, and things that looked reasonably priced. As a caveat though, some of the vintage and other stores are included as a look-but-don't-touch-AND-NEVER-BUY-EVER experiential!kind of thing. Some do /actually/ look doable, or at least like nice things for when parents visit. Google names for more info.

Alterations: Mo's Tailoring
Art Supplies: Atlantis Art Materials
Bakeries: Nordic Bakery
Bars: The Library Bar at Lanesborough
Soaps: Fresh
Books: Abebooks, Crockatt&Powell, Tate Modern
Breakfast: Brompton Quarter Cafe&Restaurant, Fresco (doesn't sound nice), Tom's Kitchen (proper caf)
Buttons: The Button Queen, Taylor's Covered Buttons and Belts
Cafes: Fernandez & Wells Coffee Bar, Flat White, Leila's Shop, Macaron Patisserie, Rose Bakery
Car Boot Sales: Battersea Technology Centre on Sundays, first sunday of the month Chiswick Community School,
Certificates: Ardyn Halter apparently does a good ketuba
Cheese: La Fromagerie, Hamish Johnston
Secretcinema.org
Cooking Classes: (if I ever have tons of money) Billingsgate Seafood Training School Enrica Rocca Cookery School, La Cucina Caldesi, Ottolenghi
Cream Puffs: Beard Papa
Cupcakes: Lola's Kitchen
Debated and Lectures: Intelligence^2 at Royal Geographical Society, Miller's Academy of Arts & Science,
Dim Sum: The Drunken Monkey
Fabric: The Cloth House
Fairs & Markets: Battersea Vintage Fashion Fair, Marylebone Cabbages & Frocks,
Fashion: Laden Showroom, LAst Place on Earth,
Fishmongers: Moxon's
Herbs: The spice specialist
Homewares: Couverture, Labour & Wait, Midcentury Modern Show, Pedlars
Ice Cream: Marine Ices
reasonably priced (or so they claim) jewelry repair: Sundries
Lunch: The Wolsekey, Tapas Brindisa
Maps: The Map House
Pools: Oasis Sports Centre
Pubs: Balham Bowls club, The Joiner's arms (Hackney Road),
Quizzes: Marcus Berkmann
Record Stores: Phonica Records
Restaurants: Bonnington Cafe (Veg/Vegan), Chisou, Green Papaya (Vietnamese),
Sausage Rolls: The Ginger Pig
Secondhand and Salvage: East End Thrift Store, Retrohome, Retrovirus, Re-found Objects
Stationers: Ruth Kaye Design, The Wren Press
Sweets: Suck & Chew
Tea: Just St. James, Laduree (Marie Antoinette tea), Teasmith, Treacle World
Trimmings: bedecked.co.uk, Sheila cook
Unpainted furniture: scrumble goosie
Valet Parking: Liberty does this for 10.50 for two hours
Vintage clothes: Absolute Vintage, Bambino, Cassie Mercantile, Mairead Lewin, One, Shikasuki, tin tin collectables (MANY EXPENSIVE SOUNDING OR APPOINTMENT ONLY)
Weather: Metcheck

Chamberlayne Road: Howie & Belle vintage, Circus bric-a-brac, Lexi Cinema, Brown Edward & Co. Carpenters
Mount Street: sight-seeing w/ parents
Bermondsy Street: The Garrison Public House
Redchurch Street: Caravan homewares, Sick vintage shop, Trolley Gallery, Max Wigram Gallery

If Moffat wrote Slenderman (If you like Moffat, I’m sorry.)
Critical Round Up On Hunger Games
Eastercon Schedule (both of mine are on Sunday)
Spanish Police Rescue 19-Year-Old Woman Tattooed with a Barcode from Prostitution Ring

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