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  1. West Ham stunned by Bournemouth fightbackRead the original story w/Photo

    51 min ago | Ilford Recorder

    West Ham United's Javier Hernandez is brought down in the penalty area by Bournemouth's Nathan Ake Two matches into the campaign, the Hammers find themselves still looking for both their first points of the season and a return on their A 100 million Summer spending spree after this disappointing defeat at London Stadium. Six days on from Sunday's forlorn, four-goal defeat at Liverpool, there was yet more claret and blue dejection after Marko ArnautoviA saw his first-half penalty wiped out by Callum Wilson and Steve Cook inside half-a-dozen disheartening second-half minutes.

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  2. Bournemouth fightback stuns West HamRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Sky Sports

    Victory hands Bournemouth back-to-back wins to start the season, while West Ham fall to a second-straight defeat. West Ham: Fabianski , Zabaleta , Balbuena , Ogbonna , Masuaku , Noble , Wilshere , Anderson , Snodgrass , Arnautovic , Hernandez Subs: Yarmolenko , Sanchez , Perez Bournemouth: Begovic , Smith , S.Cook , Ake , Daniels , Brooks , Gosling , Surman , Fraser , Wilson , King Subs: Francis , L.Cook Man of the match: Callum Wilson After a slow start, Javier Hernandez forced Asmir Begovic to make a smart save at his near post before Wilson failed to slot it past Lukasz Fabianski when one-on-one with the West Ham goalkeeper.

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  3. Euston station closing for three weekendsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | This Is Lancashire

    There will be no trains to or from the London station on August 18-19, August 25-27 and September 1-2. Network Rail is urging West Coast main line passengers to avoid all but essential rail travel to and from the capital over the three weekends.

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  4. Nottingham Test: Trailing India look to turn tide against EnglandRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    London , August 18 : India will strive to put up a solid performance and keep their winning hopes alive, while taking on England in the third Test of the ongoing five-match series against England here at Trent Bridge Cricket Ground on Saturday. After trailing the series 0-2, another loss will prove to be a huge setback for the Indian team, who are already facing flak over their poor overseas performance.

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  5. No trains from Glasgow to London for THREE weekendsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Evening Times

    There will be no trains to or from the London station on August 18-19, August 25-27 and September 1-2. Network Rail is urging West Coast main line passengers to avoid all but essential rail travel to and from the capital over the three weekends.

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  6. Free And Cheap Things To Do This Week In London: 20-26 August 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Londonist

    NOTEL: This eerie exhibition sounds very Black Mirror. Check in to a hyper luxurious hotel designed just for you, where there are no other humans and AI caters to your every need.

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  7. 'AVOID London' Major train station in capital CLOSED from today... for THREE weekendsRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Daily Star

    The capital's Euston station will be closed from today for the next three weekends in a row sparking chaos for commuters. The key station will be shut on weekends beginning August 18, August 25 and September 1 including the August Bank Holiday.

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  8. Baltimore Symphony embarks Tuesday on first international tour in 13 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun

    Baltimore Symphony's send-off concert with music director Marin Alsop, an event for subscribers before the orchestra heads to the U.K. on tour. Baltimore Symphony's send-off concert with music director Marin Alsop, an event for subscribers before the orchestra heads to the U.K. on tour.

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  9. Proposed cuts to south London bus routes are an 'attack on working class'Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | This is Local London

    Transport for London 's proposals to shorten bus routes 53, 171 and 172 have been dubbed "an attack on working classes" by some, with a councillor saying the changes should be opposed. The plans are part of proposals to scale back bus services all over the capital from March 2019, as bus usage drops in central London.

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  10. Britney braves the rain to put on a show in ScarboroughRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Salisbury Journal

    Britney Spears fans were never going to let a return to typical British summer weather put a damper on her arrival back in the UK. After Tokyo, Las Vegas, Berlin and New York, Scarborough's Open Air Theatre was perhaps not the most obvious setting as Britney brought her Piece of Me tour to Britain.

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  11. Trains on new 70-mile line will have no toilets meaning commuters...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Mail on Sunday

    Cross-your-legs-rail! Trains on new 70-mile line will have no toilets meaning commuters risk getting caught short Passengers travelling on state-of-the-art trains along a new A 15billion, 60-mile rail line will need strong bladders - because none of the carriages will have a loo. The fleet of 70 Bombardier Class 345 trains - built in Derby and costing well over A 1billion in total - will cover the 102-minute journey on the Crossrail service from Reading in Berkshire to Shenfield in Essex.

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  12. Mel B turns heads in a pink jumpsuit as she jets into LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    And Mel B aka Scary Spice, was paying homage to her old look as she accessorised with the bold print at London 's Heathrow Airport on Friday. Ensuring all eyes would be on her as she strolled through the terminal, the 43-year-old singer was dressed to impress for the journey.

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  13. Park ICM 18-19 Season Kicks Off With Behzod Abduraimov, 9/28Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    Performing at the Graham Tyler Memorial Chapel in Parkville, Abduraimov will perform one of the world's most beloved piano concerto's, Ludwig Von Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1 in C-major, Op.

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  14. Bringing a Brooklyn Twist to Book ClubsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Publishers' Weekly

    The Bushwick Book Club, a hip literary series that launched in Brooklyn's Bushwick neighborhood in 2009, is a bit of a misnomer - it's not really a book club, and it has spread far from Brooklyn. The series, which brings together performers at monthly events celebrating a single literary work, has U.S. branches in Los Angeles; New Orleans; Portland, Ore.; Santa Barbara, Calif.; and Seattle, as well as international branches in Malmo, Sweden, and Toronto.

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  15. It is cheaper to fly from Newcastle to these countries than get on a train to LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Fancy a trip to Poland, Spain or Germany? Flying to these popular destinations could be cheaper than travelling by train in mainland Britain. Rail users were left furious after it was announced train tickets would be increasing by 3.2% next year, adding an average of 100 to the annual commute.

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  16. U.K. Now Casting: Tenor Singers Wanted for Touring Production of 'Disco Inferno' + 3 More GigsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Back Stage

    The heat is on and rising to the top in today's roundup! The touring production of "Disco Inferno" is now looking for a pair of tenors. Plus, a new romantic comedy about finding a place to call home is casting actors of color, play wedding guests in a feature film, or appear in a commercial for a female-led audiobook series.

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  17. The best day trips from LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Stuff.co.nz

    After more than four years away, my family finally decided it was a good idea to come and visit me in London. How nice.

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  18. Author Philip Hoare's mission to get under the ocean's skinRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Nelson Mail

    Author and broadcaster Philip Hoare is coming to New Zealand to share his love of the sea and its creatures. Warren Gamble reports.

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  19. Why it's now cheaper than ever to fly across the AtlanticRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | WTVR Richmond

    In fact, options for taking affordable transatlantic flights from cities across Western Europe have grown hugely with the arrival of new low-cost airlines and the introduction of stripped down fares from the traditional airlines. Thanks to the amount of competition in the airline industry over this new battle ground, there are travel opportunities for those living all over Europe, and on the other side of the Atlantic, to take advantage of great fares.

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  20. Where To Find Kosher Haggis - Yes, It Exists.Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Forward

    Haggis is the national delicacy of Scotland and it's not exactly known for its Jewish appeal. It's a type of pudding made up of the liver, heart and lungs of a sheep, mixed with beef and oatmeal, seasoned with onion, cayenne pepper and other spices, then packed into a sheep's stomach to be boiled.

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