This week I’ve been questioning the great Samuel Johnson who once said “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”. I mean, of course he is right. I am constantly grateful to live in a city bursting with life and history. The blood of London runs fast with museums, historic buildings, and some of the worlds most prized artefacts. In
History and the City: Dress me, don’t suppress me.
This Saturday a trip to travel one million years back in time turned into a morning musing over fifties fashion. I’m not quite sure what made me do it but I tried, in vain, to visit the Natural History Museum’s new exhibit ‘Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story’; which is stupid considering it was a sunny Saturday which only attracts a
History And The City: Where are all the men?
‘History And The City’ is our brand new weekly feature, where Jenna and I will blog about all the historical things we get up to in our big city; London. We realised that even though we write so much about historical people, periods and places, we rarely give our own opinions on the topical stuff; what’s happening in the cultural