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'The cycling revolution could not happen sooner': readers discuss the future of cars in cities

theguardian.com — As we settle into the 21st century, bike share schemes proliferate, more streets are being pedestrianised, public transport continues to expand, urban highways are being removed and cycling infrastructure is growing. So at this rate we won't need cars in cities at all, right?
May 08, 2015

"Cycling revolution could not happen sooner": @guardian readers discuss future of cars. bit.ly/1H6Jcz3 pic.twitter.com/OcPQwPrAUi

Why was the Triwizard Cup used as the portkey?

scifi.stackexchange.com — In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire the Triwizard Cup was used as the portkey to send Harry and Cedric to the graveyard in Little Hangleton to face Voldemort. Why was the Triwizard Cup chosen...

Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer

timeout.com — It's Vic and Bob's silver jubilee! We meet the absurdist comedy heroes to talk about their 25 years on our screens 'Fuck off, is that true?' says Bob Mortimer. He can't quite believe it when I tell him Reeves and Mortimer are 25 years old.

What is driving listed private equity?

Five reasons to see Trygve Wakenshaw’s ‘Kraken’

timeout.com — Sorry stand-ups. I know you worked your little hearts out this year writing those elegantly crafted jokes. But the funniest show I saw in 2014 was largely wordless. 'Kraken', by New Zealander mime artist Trygve Wakenshaw, is a pretty much flawless hour of one-man skits and physical stream-of-conciousness.

London pubs we love

timeout.com — London's pubs are so much more than just places to drink, they're the heart and soul of this city. Eight Londoners explain why there's nowhere on earth like their favourite London pub

Japanese equities: Share buybacks and rising dividends

investmentweek.co.uk — If Japanese companies fully embrace higher shareholder returns, strong upside to the Japanese market can be expected, explains Ben Williams, investment director at GAM.,Investment,Japan / Far East,Equities ,Japan,global equities,MSCI,S&P 500,quantitative-easing,QE ,S&P

Gein’s Family Giftshop - Volume 1 review

timeout.com — Read Time Out's review of Gein's Family Giftshop - Volume 1 at the 2014 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Plus read more Edinburgh Fringe reviews from comedy and theatre.
Aug 16, 2014

RT @TimeOut_Comedy: #EdFringe review: relentlessly puerile but very funny skits from Gein's Family Giftshop timeout.com/london/comedy/… pic.twitter.com/8bPS12NSQU

Will share buybacks start 'snowball effect' in Japan?

investmentweek.co.uk — A recent spate of share buybacks among companies jostling to prove they can reward shareholders shows Japanese companies are finally ready to be shareholder-friendly, explains GAM Japan manager Ben Williams.,Japan / Far East ,Japan,fund manager views,GAM

Tedfest London: what to expect

timeout.com — Want an excuse to dress up as a priest and shout 'feck' among likeminded eejits? Ah, go on. 'Father Ted' festival Tedfest started on the Aran island of Inis Mór - the actual Craggy Island - back in 2007. Since then it's grown into a hugely popular annual party.
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Jul 30, 2015

@CraigSJ interesting. I have not been able to get into it. Will have to try again.

Jul 28, 2015

Didn't realize Rush freaking Limbaugh weighed in on this. Lololol nymag.com/thecut/2015/07…

Jul 28, 2015

@MarkHarrisNYC it is amazing how the mere fact that it's so easy to do has led to this cultural shift in thinking about the ethics of it.

Jul 27, 2015

RT @evanasmith: Adam Moss is the best mag ed of my generation. Was always true, is still true. And this cover is #proof. pic.twitter.com/sBHEk5gxdT

Jul 26, 2015

@netw3rk why are so many american sports hipsters arsenal fans?

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