FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Fort St. John City Council approved a number of bylaws that will allow the City to levy parcel taxes for Local Area Service projects.Council voted in favour of adopting the bylaws for road improvements, including paving and the installation of sidewalks, streetlights, storm drains, and gutters for three sections of road in the City. The first bylaw covers the improvement of 86th St. between 91st and 93rd Avenues, the second covers 87th Ave. west of 107th St., and the third covers 104th Ave. between 101st and 102nd Streets. The total cost for the three road improvement projects is just under $1.9 million. Of that, the City will be covering $1.2 million, while owners of properties affected by the road improvements will be paying a combined $685,155.20 over a period of twenty years. – Advertisement -Third reading for another Local Area Service parcel tax bylaw for two paving projects was rescinded before the bylaw was amended and passed third reading once again. That Local Area Service project would see road improvements made along 98th Ave. between 102nd and 104th Streets, and 104th Street between 97th and 98th Avenues at a total cost of $1.3 million. If approved at the next council meeting, the City would cover $884,536.11 of the project’s budget, while property owners would be paying a total of $457,540.19.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Paul McCartney will be performing a free concert at 7:30 Wednesday at Amoeba Records on Sunset and Cahuenga. Of course, getting in isn’t gonna be easy. McCartney fans began lining up outside the store as early as Tuesday morning. Wristbands will be handed out starting at 12:30 p.m., but only a limited number (350 people) will be allowed to enter and groove to the tunes of this legendary rocker, who is promoting his new “memory almost full” CD.
By The Associated Press A Florida woman who claims she was raped by an Inglewood police officer sued department officials, contending the department’s policies created an “unrestrained, undisciplined and out of control” atmosphere, the Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in federal court, contends that the 23-year-old woman was in town to visit relatives on Dec. 15 when she was stopped by two officers while walking to a fast-food restaurant. The officers accused her of being a prostitute and followed her back to her motel, where according to the suit, one officer insisted that she take him to her room and forced her to have sex. No criminal charges have been filed in the case but the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office was investigating her claims. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The suit names the two police officers and top department officials, including a former chief. In addition to faulting the department’s hiring, training and retention policies, the lawsuit contends the woman was sexually assaulted and falsely imprisoned, and that her civil rights were violated. Calls to the department seeking comment were not returned Wednesday.
Jose Mourinho has explained the recalling of Bastian Schweinsteiger to Manchester United first-team training as a ‘human’ decision.The German midfielder has not been part of Mourinho’s plans since the Portuguese’s appointment as head coach over the summer, and the club even wrote him off as an asset in their latest published accounts – stating he was ‘a player no longer considered to be a member of the first team playing squad’.And this still rings true, even though he is back working with Mourinho and the senior players in training at United’s Aon Training Complex in Carrington, having originally been banished to work with only the youth and reserve squads.Mourinho, speaking ahead of the Red Devils’ Europa League clash against Fenerbahce, revealed he has brought Schweinsteiger back into the fold to make up the numbers in training – a ‘human’ decision for a player who has been nothing but a professional despite being cast out.His return also allows him to work his way up to full fitness, with Mourinho making it clear this is to ensure the German is ready to play first-team football – should he leave Old Trafford in the January transfer window.“It is a decision based on the fact that we are in a period in the season where it is really difficult to train with everybody together,” Mourinho said.“The tactical work I like to do with 20 or 21 players, so to have 23 or 24 together at the same time, that situation doesn’t happen anymore because in this moment, the next day after we play, the players who played, they train in a separate group and do a specific recovering session.“So instead of 23 or 24, it becomes 13 or 14, and with injuries sometime 10 or 11.“Many times we go to the academy to bring in some young boys to have a group with the perfect numbers.“Looking at Bastian and the way he was working professionally, every day with the fitness coach, we think it is a human decision and a professional decision to bring him back to the team and he will be much better prepared and in much better condition in case his future decision is to leave the club. He will be much better prepared to go direct to competition.”Despite the hints that Schweinsteiger’s recall is not a route back into competitive action for the 32-year-old, Mourinho did admit the German could become an ‘option’ should United be hit hard by injuries in the coming months.The manager added: “If he stays with us, he becomes one more option. In this moment we have no problems in midfield, like we have in defence, but if one day we have problems in midfield, he will be one more option for us.“It is a human decision based on training numbers and methods, but also a decision that can be positive for the group. It is a good decision for us and for him.” 1 Bastian Schweinsteiger has been recalled to Manchester United first-team training
Gweedore United dominated with first half with goals from Marianne Ward, Aoibhinn Cassidy, Aine Ferry and Clara Sweeney as they soared to a win over Raphoe Town in the U12 Port Bingo Shield.Gweedore United 6-0 Raphoe TownTianna Hannigan tested the Gweedore ‘keeper Roisin Cassidy, who was on fine form all evening. Raphoe came out with a fighting spirit in the second half and Cara Eton started to get more into the game.Alicia McCullagh had a good chance for Raphoe and Brianna Ferry for Gweedore.Niamh Toye made a great run from centre defence and send Cliodhna Kelly through, but it wasn’t to be.Fia Coyle and Marianne Ward wrapped up the scoring for Gweedore United. First-half blitz helps Gweedore United to Shield win was last modified: September 11th, 2019 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
Wininger was arrested after Paoli police served a search warrant at the home on Roosevelt Street and found drugs and drug paraphernalia.Wininger was also arrested on a outstanding warrant. A Paoli woman was arrested on drug charges after police received a tip of possible drug activity at a home at 206 Roosevelt Street.Paoli Police arrested 34-year-old Jessica Wininger on charges of possession of cocaine or a narcotic drug, possession of meth and marijuana, trafficking with an inmate, maintaining a common nuisance and resisting law enforcement.She is being held at the Orange County Jail.
Great Smoky Mountains Association had its best year ever for both sales and membership income in 2016, Executive Director Laurel Rematore reported this week, allowing the association to contribute more than $2 million in support to Great Smoky Mountains National Park last year.“We continued our focus on retail sales, publications and customized product development, and membership development, throughout the year,” she said. “And just when we thought we’d end the year with no major events to mention – other than record-setting visitation – we experienced the late November wildfires that shut down the park for several days and destroyed nearly 2,500 structures in Gatlinburg.”GSMA immediately responded to the tragedy and successfully raised more than $200,000 from GSMA members and others to assist park employees, volunteers, and affiliates who had lost their homes, she continued.Despite the wildfires, some 11,312,785 people visited the Smokies in 2016, which was likely influenced by low fuel prices, an improving economy, and the “Find Your Park” multimedia campaign to mark the NPS Centennial. As operator of the park’s visitor center stores, GSMA, in turn, also experienced a record-setting sales year.GSMA’s aid-to-park funding in 2016 was $2,005,787, she said, capping another strong year of support. The association’s contributions to Great Smoky Mountains National Park fall into three broad categories: cash donations, which are provided for a host of educational, historical, interpretive, and scientific projects; in-kind services, which is primarily labor expense; and publications and digital media, which include development costs and free publications.In-kind services totaled $780,906 and included salaries for staff at eight park visitor centers and publications development costs, including free publications, such as Smokies Guide newspaper and pre-press costs for sales publications.Special projects funded by GSMA totaled $862,167 and included:$18,251 – Bear collars, which allow researchers to track bears that may be obtaining human-related food.$13,350 – Law enforcement interns who help park rangers encourage the public to enjoy the park safely.$137,557 – Resource Management and Science interns who help rangers manage wildlife and fisheries, develop GIS maps, save hemlock trees, monitor air and water quality, and many other tasks.$900 – Cades Cove Bicycle Patrol. This award-winning group helps keep bicyclists and wildlife safe in the park.$50,400 – Cades Cove fence repair and maintenance. Repair of historic fencing to discourage vehicles from driving in Cades Cove fields.$8,000 – Cades Cove viewshed field management. Mowing fields to maintain wildlife viewing and historic appearance of Cades Cove.$5,000 – Alfred Reagan Tub Mill Repair. This historic, water-powered grist mill is now operational for the first time in decades.$3,000 – Cataloochee field management. Mowing fields to maintain wildlife viewing and historic appearance of Cataloochee Valley.$26,996 – Centennial Ambassador Program. Staff to communicate the park’s Centennial messages to the public and neighboring communities.$1,000 – Centennial Hike 100 Smokies Challenge Pins. A special reward for hikers who accomplished the goal of hiking 100 miles in the park in 2016.Funding for the park’s interpretive operations totaled $204,881 and included special events, festivals, and interpretive demonstrations, including the Spring Wildflower Pilgrimage, Music of the Mountains, Mountain Life Festival, sorghum molasses making, and library supplies and materials. A specific breakdown includes:$50,996 – Backcountry Information staff$43,307 – Library staff$33,427 – Living history demonstrators$13,019- Library operations$28,573 – Parks as Classrooms Coordinator$35,560 – Special events and demonstrationsLast year’s $2 million donation brings GSMA’s total contribution to the national park during its 64-year history to $37,618,810.
29 July 2014State logistics company Transnet officially opened a R30-million wagon refurbishment facility in De Aar in South Africa’s Northern Cape province on Monday.The De Aar wagons depot will maintain various types of wagons for Transnet Freight Rail, functioning as a satellite workshop for the Transnet Rail Engineering Beaconsfield Depot in Kimberley.Speaking at the opening, Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown said the investment was aimed at increasing Transnet Freight Rail’s capacity on the main freight corridor between Johannesburg and Cape Town.This facility has already created jobs and improved rail engineering skills in the area, Brown said, adding that 47 people, 22 of them from De Aar, had already been employed, and that an estimated 300 direct and indirect jobs would be created through this facility.“Government is committed to revitalising the economy of rural towns such as De Aar, so that we create sustainable livelihoods for the local people,” Brown said. “A wagon refurbishment facility will have a long-term impact not only on De Aar but surrounding areas, as it will be a springboard for development within the broader Northern Cape province.“The establishment of such a facility brings hope to the youth of De Aar to become engineers and better their lives.”After the opening, Brown and Northern Cape Premier Sylvia Lucas handed over two new houses to families who agreed to make way for Transnet’s new Youth Multi-Purpose Precinct next to the De Aar Rail Station.The youth precinct comprises a youth shelter for 20 homeless boys, a youth educational centre, a recreational park and a social club for youth volunteers.The Transnet Foundation will fully fund the De Aar Youth Precinct NGO for the first three years (2014, 2015 and 2016). During this time, the Transnet Foundation will engage with other potential partners to invest in the precinct.Source: SAnews.gov.za
The Kmart employee who was stabbed in Visalia, California, died from his injuries Friday morning. 31-year-old Jeff Campbell passed away a day and a half after he was stabbed in the neck and chest while escorting a customer out of the store. The suspect, identified as 43-year-old Jeremy Kechloian had been acting strangely inside the store, so he was asked to leave. For unknown reasons, he stabbed Campbell, a loss prevention associate, near the store’s exit. A Kmart representative said in part quote: “We are deeply saddened to hear that our associate, Jeffrey, has died. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends at this difficult time.” Kmart says they are providing counseling to other store employees. An unidentified store employee says Campbell hadn’t worked at the store for very long but was known as a nice guy, who didn’t deserve what happened to him. Hours after Campbell died, the Tulare County District Attorney’s office filed murder charges against Kechloian. He also faces two more felony charges relating to his fight with Visalia Police officers at their headquarters after he was arrested Wednesday night. Kechloian is being held without bail and will be back in court later this month. [Source: ABC30 Action News] Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox. Sign up now
“The failure of business to adopt enterprise content management is destroying the American system of justice,” says attorney Ralph Losey. Losey says that many companies today when confronted with allegations simply decide to pay to cough up a settlement fee, rather than to even attempt to defend themselves, because of the huge sums that are needed for the e-disovery component of the defense.Litigants today spend, on average, $10 million per lawsuit in e-discovery costs. Fannie Mae, for example, was supoenaed to deliver all documents that contained any from a list of 400 keywords. That resulted in them searching for and turning over 660,000 emails at a cost of $6 million. Review costs typically range from $3 to $10 per file.ECM could certainly be used by these companies to drive down the costs involved in the discovery process. The money saved on a single lawsuit, had companies been more proactive, could easily have been better used to have put into place a sophisticated content and data management software. And those ECM system can deliver benefits that extend well beyond being prepared for a request for e-discovery.
Conflicting guidance from Congress could result in NASA’s spending $500 million on a rocket program that is due to be canceled. Last week, the NASA inspector general reported that the problem stems from new orders to the agency to replace the Ares I rocket program with one that incorporates many of the elements in the Constellation program begun under President George W. Bush. The changes, part of a law that went into effect in October, were seen as a compromise that mollified fans of the human spaceflight program while including reforms that the White House had sought. But since lawmakers have delayed passing a 2011 budget, the report says, the agency must continue to pay for the original rocket program, leading to considerable waste. The problem is that the so-called continuing resolution, which keeps spending at 2010 levels at least until March, also requires agencies to continue virtually all programs. While 2010 appropriation documents instructed NASA to continue with the Constellation effort, the October law, known as a reauthorization, calls it instead a “Space Launch System” (SLS) although the requirements are similar. 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That news came in a report from NASA to Congress required by the October law, which lays out NASA’s priorities. That law had specified that the first flight of the SLS should occur in 2016. “A first flight this early does not realistically appear to be possible based on our current cost estimates … and given the levels proposed in the Authorization Act,” NASA said in the report. That conclusion has infuriated a number of powerful lawmakers. “NASA throws their hands in the air and claims it is unaffordable without providing a single piece of evidence that brings truth to their conclusions,” said Senator Richard Shelby (R-AL), ranking member of the spending panel that oversees NASA and a patron of the large NASA facilities in his state . “The language is clear–NASA has evaluated 2000 vehicle concepts over the past decade, and the rocket scientists and engineers have picked the design and are ready to proceed. Instead, NASA continues to further delay.” Meanwhile, scientists at the agency who are working on the Constellation effort feel frustrated, says physicist Sheila Bailey of the Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio. Even Bailey’s work on advanced solar cells, which is funded by the Air Force, is affected by the uncertainty. “If you don’t know how much you’re getting next year, you don’t know what program to do, or how to prioritize,” Bailey adds. “I don’t think I’ve ever seen so much confusion in terms of projects, and priorities, and where we’re heading.”
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Set to be bestowed with the Arjuna award, ace India shuttler Kidambi Srikanth today said that the prestigious honour in addition to some encouraging words by legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has made him hungrier to scale new heights.Srikanth, who created a number of records this season and also broke into the top-5, revealed that he was recently told by Tendulkar that he would become numero uno soon.Srikanth had a meeting with Tendulkar ahead of the World Championship when he had visited one of his uncle’s place in Hyderabad on August 4.Also read: Saina Nehwal regains World No 1 spot in badminton rankings “It was a big moment for me to meet him. He is a legend and as a kid I too followed him. He had come to one of my uncle’s place, who is his friend. I met him there.”I didn’t get much time to talk to him but those 5-7 minutes that I spent with him, he told me that I will definitely become the World No. 1 someday, and it was a big thing coming from Tendulkar,” Srikanth told PTI.The 22-year-old won his maiden India Super Series, Swiss Open Grand Prix Gold titles, reached the final of Syed Modi Grand Prix Gold in January ans also became World No. 3 in June, besides winning the China Open over the past one year.Also read: SRK fan Saina wants to be the queen of BadmintonAsked about him being for the Arjuna Award, Srikanth said: “I have been performing really well this year, so I knew I had a chance that I can get it, so I was expecting it. It is a big honour for me. It is a pretty big thing.advertisement”Be it in any year, it motivates you. Of course, being an Olympic year, it does give an extra motivation to work harder.It is an added bonus. It makes you hungrier to prove yourself further in the tournaments and go for medals,” he said.
Tottenham Hotspur need to start beating the Premier League’s top teams away from home if they are to mount a serious title challenge this campaign, striker Harry Kane said ahead of Saturday’s trip to Arsenal.Despite their progress under manager Mauricio Pochettino, Tottenham have won just once in 16 away league games against Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal under the Argentine, a 2-1 triumph over City in 2016.Tottenham beat United, City, Chelsea and Arsenal at home last season, and drew with Liverpool, but their away record against the same opposition was underwhelming and Kane has urged his team to avoid a repeat of those results.??? Important information for fans attending tomorrow’s #NorthLondonDerby and travelling through King’s Cross Station – https://t.co/wh5PDMd0Kj pic.twitter.com/xG86eqrexo- Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) November 17, 2017″It’s important for us to start beating the big teams away. Not just Arsenal, but all of the top six,” Kane told Sky Sports.”We’ve done very well at home against them in recent years, but if we want to be challenging for the title, these are the games we need to win away from home.”We’re going to try and win the game, we always do, but it will be tough. We need to go and play the way we play against them at home, and find a way to win.”Tottenham, who are third in the table, suffered their most recent away defeat against a top six side at second-placed United last month but both teams headed into the international break level on 23 points, eight points behind leaders City.advertisementSpurs midfielder Eric Dier and playmaker Christian Eriksen captained England and Denmark respectively during the break and Pochettino believes that players developing their leadership skills will benefit the club in high-pressure games.”That is so important for us. We need to create leaders, not followers and it’s so important for them to feel that experience, to manage, be leaders and to be responsible,” Pochettino told the club’s website. (www.tottenhamhotspur.com)”The players are still young but they need to start to feel what it means to be a leader.”
Ajay Tiwari ChennaiApril 26, 2019UPDATED: April 26, 2019 19:50 IST IPL 2019: Hardik Pandya looks like a man on a mission this season (Courtesy BCCI)HIGHLIGHTSEarlier in the 2019 IPL, Mumbai Indians snapped Chennai Super Kings’ 3-match winning streakDhoni has led CSK to 3 IPL titles – a feat only matched by his counterpart in the MI campMalinga will be up against one of CSK’s batting mainstays over the years in Suresh RainaCrowd favourites and 3-time champions Chennai Super Kings (CSK) are set to host Mumbai Indians, their most formidable opponents at the Chepauk tonight at Chepauk. The clash, which has already attained the status of ‘El Clasico’ of the IPL, more often than not throws up a number of interesting battles between the superstars present on both sides.Earlier in the 2019 IPL, Mumbai Indians snapped Chennai Super Kings’ 3-match winning streak. Here’s a look at the key battles to look out for as CSK host MI in Round 2 of what could be an exciting clash:1. Chahar vs ChaharDouble first cousins Deepak and Rahul Chahar have come a long way from playing cricket together in the bylanes of Agra to the most prestigious T20 tournament in the world right now. But tonight in Chennai one should rest assured that as any sibling rivalry goes, Deepak and Rahul will be trying to outdo each other by any means possible to help their teams’ case.While Deepak has been a revelation in IPL 2019 with 14 wickets at an excellent economy rate of 6.95 his younger cousin is not far behind with 9 wickets from just 7 matches at a miserly economy of 6.61. Both are currently the second-highest wicket-takers for their respective teams and would want to reclaim the top spot tonight. Sadly, only one would end up on the winning side.2. Slinga vs Run MachineLasith Malinga might not be the enforcer he was in his heyday but the Sri Lankan toe-crusher is already an IPL legend. He has taken the most wickets in the history of the Indian Premier League (162). This season he has picked up 8 wickets in 6 matches at a strike-rate of 16.62 but he has been expensive as the economy rate of 9.02 suggests.advertisementMalinga will be up against one of CSK’s batting mainstays over the years in Suresh Raina, who has been in a tussle with Virat Kohli for the leading run-scorer in the IPL. Raina has been a prolific run-scorer for CSK over the years with a total of 5230 runs at a healthy strike-rate of 137.59. However, like Malinga, Raina too has found the going a bit tough this year with 245 runs in 11 matches at an average of 24.50 and a strike-rate of 121.89.Both these stalwarts would be looking for redemption no matter the larger battles at stake and whoever comes out trumps could not just decide the fate of the match but also their team’s fortune in the IPL 2019.3. Who will be the ‘Champion’ of all-rounders?At more than 35 years of age, Dwayne Bravo is in the twilight of his cricket career. But the ‘Champion’ all-rounder takes a lot of pride in wearing the Yellow jersey as has been evident by his 9 wickets from 6 matches at an excellent strike-rate of 13.44.He will be up against Indian all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who despite having a difficult time in the recent past, has shown glimpses of his raw talent in IPL 2019. Pandya is the third-highest scorer for his team this season with 241 runs at an average of 40.16 and an excellent strike-rate of 189.76. Adding the 8 wickets he has taken for MI to this tally, it looks like Pandya is finally owning up the role everyone has been expecting him to since his debut.Though Pandya edges ahead of Bravo in batting terms, the West Indian has the knack of surprising many at regular intervals – just like he does with his slower balls.Note: MS Dhoni and Ravindra Jadeja’s absence will be a big blow for CSK on Friday as they look to seal their spot in the playoffsAlso Read | The MS Dhoni connection with the Parags: From Ranji Trophy 1999 to IPL 2019Also Read | Rohit Sharma says CSK vs MI is El Clasico of IPL. He is right and here’s whyFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAjay Tiwari Tags :Follow IPL 2019Follow Chennai Super KingsFollow Mumbai Indians Rohit vs Bravo, Raina vs Malinga: CSK vs MI promises to be a blockbuster clashIPL 2019: As Chennai Super Kings host Mumbai Indians tonight in Chennai we take a look at some key player battles ahead of the all-important clash at Chepauk.advertisement
Editors’ Recommendations The Most Unique Collaboration Beers in the U.S. If You Haven’t Visited the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, What Are You Waiting For? Fitzrovia is enjoying something of a renaissance right now. The grid of streets nestled behind Tottenham Court road and Oxford Street has rapidly become the neighborhood to hang in, since the untouchable East end galleries collectively left Vyner Street behind and replanted themselves here in search of a fresh scene. Follow our micro guide for the most awesome spots this district has to offer.PlayBy now, Fitzrovia is London’s most vibrant art spot. Wandering through the tangle of mainly pedestrianised streets you’ll find a great balance of edgy independent spaces alongside established and commercial galleries. Don’t miss Nettie Horn for cutting-edge contemporary and highly emotive work, the Hanmi Gallery for a mixed bag of emerging and existing artists and The Photographer’s Gallery for their consistently brilliant schedule and in-house bookshop.Eat & DrinkKaffeine on Great Titchfield Street is highly regarded as London’s best coffee shop and the proof is in the coffee. If you’re in need of some morning rocket fuel, The Manual recommend trying the coffee flight; a single shot espresso, a single shot cappuccino and a cold brew cascara refresher. Trust us, you’ll be raring to go…Italian seafood restaurant Pescatori. Located on Charlotte Street, in the heart of Fitzrovia, this charming family-run eatery is a must-visit for fish fanatics. You absolutely must start the meal with some Jersey Rock Oysters. Ridiculously tasty and impossibly fresh, we couldn’t get enough of them. If, like us, you feel spoilt for choice when choosing your main, the super friendly staff are seriously clued up on every dish and are happy to make a recommendation tailored to your taste buds.If you’re still standing, take advantage of one of the many cocktail joints that Fitzrovia has to offer. Our favorite is Reverend JW Simpson on Goodge Street, christened in ode to its former occupant – look out for scraps of the predecessor’s wallpaper and flooring amongst the luxe new fittings FYI. The atmosphere is designed to feel like a private drinks party so you can expect your cocktails to be mixed and prepared at your own table and complimentary snacks all night long. All in all, a suitably suave end to a day in Fitzrovia.SleepThe London Edition Hotel. Opened by Studio 54 founder Ian Schrager late last year, the Edition has already cemented its place among London’s most exclusive hotels. Whether you opt for a guest room or splash out on a loft suite, the stylish and timeless interior is faultless. The Edition also houses a fantastic restaurant and two astoundingly beautiful bars. Our favorite is The Punch Room. Think molded ceilings, oak panelled grandeur and stately intimacy. 11 Best Gins for a Refreshing Gin and Tonic The Absolute Best Rye Whiskey Brands for Under $50 The Best American Liqueur