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March 26, 2007
London (The Other New York.)

An extensive examination of London’s challenge to our city’s global preeminence. From finance, to fashion, to urban planning, to music and even restaurants, should New Yorkers be minding the world’s-greatest-city gap more carefully?

March 26, 2007
Who’s More Real-Estate Obsessed?

Times past, Britain divided into the aristocracy, the bourgeoisie, and the working class. Nowadays, classes divide among anyone who bought property before 1997, folks who bought late in the game, and renters.

March 26, 2007
Which City Is a Bigger Terror Target?

Crispin Black, David Goodhart, and Bob Kerrey on which city faces the bigger terror threat.

March 26, 2007
Who’s Having More Fun?

A look at the London club scene.

March 26, 2007
Who’s Got Freakier Fashion?

Fashion in London is extreme, perverse, and seriously experimental.

March 26, 2007
Where Is the Art Groovier?

“London is in thrall to its self-created superstars and self-appointed tastemakers more than New York is,” says Robert Bound, culture editor of Monocle.

March 26, 2007
Has the Food Over There Really Become Edible?

Ten years ago, you could have blitzkrieged through London’s decent restaurants in a day or two. Not anymore. Like New York today, the city is in the grip of a profound restaurant mania.

March 26, 2007
Which Lit Scene Is More Stuck Up?

The Verdict From Nick Hornby, Lionel Shriver, and More.

March 26, 2007
Are We No Longer the World’s Financial Capital?

London is rapidly emerging as a center of financial innovation. London-based hedge funds are snapping up property in Mayfair, and London has also outgrown New York to become the world’s center of over-the-counter derivatives.

March 26, 2007
A Guide to London's Hottest Young Stage Actors

To be a leading actor on the London stage is to have it all: fame, acclaim, and a table at the Ivy. Which of these young thesps will be the next Olivier or Dench?

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