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A man without some face fuzz is still technically a man, but he is not reaching his potential
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What could be more frivolous than watching five days of sport in a row? But don’t be tempted to play a game yourself
As a witness in court, it is disconcerting to be asked the same existential question time and again — who is Mr Gilmour?
They’re green, healthy and look hot naked — it’s time to make peace with the city’s least-popular demographic
It used to be fighting the French but, these days, being a man means downing rum in a hot tub with hairy strangers
At a time when the UK capital needs to be making foreign friends, waiters have a vital diplomatic role
Living in the city often means meeting the same people on the street every day. What should you give? Or should you just keep walking?
A skiing trip that went downhill rapidly inspired a new passion for city life
Forty days and forty nights of healthy eating and early-morning swims. What can go wrong?
Being ‘neighbourly’ is normal for most of Britain — but not for the capital. So why has my street got a group email?
How to cope with the new year and attract the odd flirtatious smile — get a Norfolk terrier called Waffles
The first time I drove across London, I was hooted at the whole way — especially, for some reason, in Hammersmith
It may serve beer and prosecco, but what is the point if you don’t leave with a cool haircut?