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New on the Journal: SideStory Insider and advocate of independent retail Ben Leask shares his thoughts on the wider role of the coffee shop in London's communities. 

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A thoughtful look at the depiction of 'Living London' through the ages, from Peter Aspden in the Financial Times.

https://www.ft.com/content/5edaf240-76b7-11e6-bf48-b372cdb1043a

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A thoughtful look at #LivingLondon through the ages from @peteraspden http://on.ft.com/2dMVSEw

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Malick Sidibé's work is rightly put in the spotlight in a new exhibition at @SomersetHouse #photography
http://bit.ly/2e2uoXp

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Malick Sidibé isn't a name familiar to many of us, but after spending some time at the newly opened exhibition of his work at Somerset House, you'll wonder why the Malian photographer isn't better well known.

http://sidestory.co/journal/dancing-spirit-mali-malick-sidibe/

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Five great places to try #streetfood in #London by our Food & Drink Insider, @celiabb http://sidestory.co/journal/5-great-places-to-try-london-street-food/

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If you're keen to sample London's vibrant Street Food scene, but don't know where to start, our Food & Drink Insider, Celia Brooks shares her pick of the best places to grab some delicious food

http://sidestory.co/journal/5-great-places-to-try-london-street-food/

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It's #TravelTuesday in hashtag speak, so we couldn't resist sharing this portfolio of extraordinary travel photographs taken by a teenager in 1950s Hong Kong.

If this has whet your appetite, why not book an Experience with our Photography Insiders, Antonio Olmos and Stuart Freedman - both masters of capturing life on the street.

http://designyoutrust.com/2016/02/hong-kong-in-the-1950s-captured-by-a-teenager/

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Our #TravelTuesday pick is from @designyoutrust with this stunning collection #streetphotography from the 1950s.

http://bit.ly/1o1uySP

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“Architects always say this is their dream place to live” says one Barbican resident, in this interesting piece in The Guardian. Are we starting to finally appreciate Brutalism as an architectural style? A little while ago we spoke to Charlie Warde about the style and its legacy, and you can find read the interview here: http://sidestory.co/journal/london-architecture-heart-brutalism/

https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/oct/10/barbican-housing-photography-design-architecture?CMP=fb_gu
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