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  • 11 Jul 2012
    Marie C.

    London: A Book Lover’s Dream

    Our colleague Marie C. recently traveled to London for the first time, and recounts highlights from her extended layover, Anthony-Bourdain style (but maybe more touristy than gritty).

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  • 6 Jul 2012
    Historic painting of boats on The Thames
    Joseph P. Ward, Robert O. Bucholz

    The Surprising Evolution of London’s “Free” Press

    The notion that the popular press has a crucial role to play in modern democracies, and therefore must maintain its independence from government influence, is in the air these days

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  • 27 Jun 2012
    Joseph P. Ward, Robert O. Bucholz

    London and the Jubilee

    Robert O. Bucholz, the co-author of London (on sale July 24), reports from his recent trip to London during the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

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  • 25 Jun 2012

    Last Chance London

    It’s your last chance to show us what the Swinging City looks like to your London Eye. Submit your photo and tell us why you love it before it’s too late to win an advance copy of London: A Social and Cultural History, 1550–1750.      

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  • 13 Jun 2012

    London, Then and Now: A Slideshow

    From Westminster Abbey to St. Paul’s Cathedral, many of London’s famed monuments have survived fires, smog, flooding, and other natural and man-made disasters. In this slideshow, we take a look at some of the city’s most enduring icons.

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  • 26 May 2012
    Big Ben, London

    Robert O. Bucholz on the rise of London

    In an exclusive interview, co-author Robert O. Bucholz explains why he and Joseph P. Ward chose to focus on this particular period in the history on this capital city.

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  • 25 Apr 2012
    Joseph P. Ward, Robert O. Bucholz

    Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

    Today’s Globe Theatre has become one of London’s most popular attractions. Built through the efforts of the Shakespeare Globe Trust, it began hosting performances in 1997 a short walk from the riverside site of the original Globe, which put on its first play nearly three centuries earlier.

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