Two Exhibitions – Old and New – at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace

Two seemingly tenuously tied exhibitions have just opened at The Queen's Gallery in Buckingham Palace – Castiglione: Lost Genius and Gifted: From the Royal Academy to The Queen – offering visitors a chance to see some of the Royal Collections oldest and most recently received works.

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London's Duckiest Menus

A true gourmand's delight, duck is one of the heartiest and most satisfying dishes around. Here's an appetizing look at four London restaurants with delicious duck dishes guaranteed not to ruffle any foodie tail feathers.

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London Celebrates Bonfire Night Fireworks

November 5th is Bonfire Night (aka Guy Fawkes Night) in England and is an occasion to commemorate the Gunpowder Plot of 1605 when Guy Fawkes (yep, the dude those V for Vendetta masks are named for) tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament and kill King James I. These days the historic event is “celebrated” with fireworks and bonfires. Here's a list of five of the best Bonfire Night happenings in London.

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5 Best Restaurants for Service in the UK

UK restaurant bookings site, toptable, has announced the winners of its 2013 Diners' Choice awards for the Top 50 Restaurants for Service in the UK. The awards represent the “combined opinions of approximately 350,000 reviews submitted between September 2013 and Auguest 2013 by verified toptable diners for more than 4,000 restaurants across the UK. All restaurants with a minimum “overall” score and number of qualifying reviews were included for consideration. Qualifying restaurants were then scored and sorted according to the highest average rating in the service category.

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British Ceramics Biennial at Stoke-on-Trent

The British Ceramics Biennial returns this autumn to the English town of Stoke-on-Trent, the world capital of ceramics, with its biggest line-up to date. Set to run from Saturday the 28th of September to Sunday the 10th of November, the Biennial celebrates the best in contemporary ceramics and brings together 150 leading artists through a series of exhibitions, installations and events while drawing on the local area's heritage and significance in the ceramics industry.

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