Supermen, batmen and fish-headed multi-coloured men marched through Waterloo at this year's carnival.
More than 300 people of all ages got into the carnival spirit by donning a costume on the theme of Superhero. The procession along Lower Marsh saw costumes ranging from traditional superheroes like Batman and Spider-man to more obscure strawberry-styled garb and some loud half-man half-fish costumes. A stiltwalker, samba band and...
Pictures from the celebration of Waterloo's independent retailers.
Waterloo workers and residents celebrated Independents' Day with local retailers on July 4th. Independents' Day is a national campaign to encourage people to support their local independent shops and the people who work in them. In Waterloo, Rivers Remedies and The Old Vic Tunnels ran special stalls on Lower Marsh Market. The Dulux dog made an appearance in the...
Restaurateur Philip Diment tells us about a quarter-of-a-century of Meson Don Felipe, London's first tapas bar.
After half a lifetime in the restaurant businesses and two-and-a-half decades of running Meson Don Felipe, Philip Diment is still struggling to define what makes a successful restaurant. The bi-lingual restaurateur has owned seven venues throughout his career and worked at countless others, but is typically self-...

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