Autumn 2012

Welcome to the launch edition of The River!

Our magazine is written for and about the people living on the south side of the Thames.

Just as the Thames links people from one side of London to the other we hope our magazine will link our readers together by sharing their stories and interests.

This Autumn’s articles include interviews with some local food talents, a first experience of Hot Bikram Yoga and poetry from a local songwriter. We also have a centre page guide to the Bermondsey Street Festival plus full theatre listings for the season.

We hope you enjoy it and look forward to hearing from you.

A Webb
Editor

Also from this Edition:
  • A PASSION for food From a farm in Italy to the farmers markets of the United Kingdom, Carmelo finds his new home on Long Lane
  • an irrepressible PAST The RIVER Magazine talks to Nick Crispini about finding his way back to what he does best
  • the so-called 'ONE HOUR LOAF' One hour to make but may take days to digest...
  • the waterloo WAY An appetite for the Classics at Byron
  • CREATIVE economy ‘Thrift’, the challenge to the future of production
  • a life IN GLASS Stunning works at London Glassblowing celebrate the Past and Present of the studio team from 1976 to present day
  • summer ENDS Onay tells us how we can brighten things up this Autumn
  • join THE PARTY Bermondsey Street Festival - Saturday 22nd September 2012
  • absolutely FABULOUS One to watch out for this Autumn is the charity fundraiser at Kerry Taylor Auctions of some iconic fashion pieces
  • the EVOLUTION of SE1 What's really changed in Bermondsey Street?
  • plans to honour A LOCAL HERO
  • EXTREME surrender Your practice begins
  • A Portrait of the Songwriter as a Poet
  • {WLTM} WOULD LIKE to meet... Our resident romance writer gets close up to Internet dating from the male perspective

	
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