Post Tagged with: "Big Smoke"

  • Big Smoke on Londonist Out Loud

    Big Smoke on Londonist Out Loud

    Editorial June 29, 2012 2:37 pm 7 comments

    Big Smoke, or at least editor Jim Jepps, had the pleasure of appearing on Londonist Out Loud this week discussing the People’s Supermarket, or lovely Mayor and the bus strike,  among many other things. We recorded it at the really interesting Arches Gallery in Tower Hamlets. Check it  out if […]

     
  • And… we’re back

    And… we’re back

    Editorial June 12, 2012 8:00 am no comments

    We were going to have a little post-election holiday, but sadly that turned into a rather distasteful incident involving some dodgy sausages and a woe-begotten bucket, clung to tightly for many, many hours. Apologies! However, as you can see this morning we’re back into the swing of things and have […]

     
  • Normal service resumed on Monday

    Normal service resumed on Monday

    Editorial May 26, 2012 11:27 pm no comments

    Big Smoke has been basking in the sun for the last few days and is taking the rest of the weekend too. Normal service will be resumed on Monday, but until then, enjoy this picture of a cat.

     
  • Write for Big Smoke

    Write for Big Smoke

    Editorial May 18, 2012 10:56 am no comments

    In our post-election daze here at Big Smoke Towers we’re casting around for new writers, reports and tipsters to help us promote the weird and wonderful happenings in London’s communities. You may think we’re only interested in graphs of election statistics, oh no, not a bit of it. We want […]

     
  • And moving on…

    And moving on…

    Editorial May 9, 2012 9:26 pm 2 comments

    We’ve had a lovely election, and we hope you have too. It’s been great to have lots of positive feedback, it really means a lot to us that so many of you found Big Smoke’s election coverage useful, enlightening or just plain entertaining. Nice. However, we sense that there’s only […]

     
  • Following the election

    Following the election

    Editorial May 3, 2012 11:15 am no comments

    The day is finally here when London goes to the polls. It feels like it’s been a long time coming and although it’s a hard fought business it likely that we’ll see a very similar set of politicians at City Hall come Monday… unless you lot choose otherwise that is. […]

     
  • Editorial: just nine days to go until the City decides

    Editorial: just nine days to go until the City decides

    Editorial April 24, 2012 12:59 pm no comments

    In just nine days time the city decides its future. It isn’t just about how bendy we like or buses or whether City Hall resubscribes to the Morning Star. It’s about what kind of Mayor we have, of course, but also what political priorities the city wants to set. Cycle […]

     
  • Building our election resources

    Building our election resources

    Editorial April 18, 2012 9:00 am 1 comment

    As you’ll have already seen we at Big Smoke are building up a set of resources to help you decide how to vote at the beginning of May. We’ve already created a one stop shop for info on the London Assembly constituency candidates which tries to provide at least one […]

     
  • Editorial: Big Smoke and the coming election

    Editorial: Big Smoke and the coming election

    Editorial April 5, 2012 10:44 am no comments

    With just four weeks to go until the London Assembly elections it seems like an opportune moment to clarify Big Smoke’s approach to the election. The intention of the site, as you probably know, is to further a jihad against modern capitalism and everything you hold sweet and dear. We […]

     
  • Who shall we talk to next?

    Who shall we talk to next?

    Editorial March 31, 2012 9:30 am no comments

    Over the last few weeks we’ve had some really spiffing interviews over a great range of subjects. Whether that’s Americans in London voting in the Presidential election, feminism in the eighties, climate direct actionists, pro-choice activism, a Barnet film maker or our interviews with Mayoral candidates Lawrence Webb (UKIP) and […]