East End has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Dan's Papers' where it has more than a hundred mentions. As seen in the chart below, East End had the highest popularity figure in February last year.
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[...] gallery – Henderson married Virginia Woolf’s niece and escorted Henri Cartier-Bresson around the East End while in Bethnal Green. Henderson’s photographs of Bethnal Green comprise an invaluable [...]
[...] of the doctor and the actor paralleled each other. Dr Legg was supposed to have been born in the East End, a bright boy who got a scholarship to a Grammar School and then to medical school, but had [...]
[...] to deport millions of undocumented people living within our borders, we may be losing a valuable East End asset-workers in the coming months. There was a time leading up to the recent presidential [...]
[...] library and, in the distance, a rag and bone man’s cart clatters down the street. This is the East End in the afternoon, as photographed by newspaper artist Tony Hall in the nineteen sixties while [...]
[...] Kim Newman, and there’s a character named Silver Knife, that’s wandering around London’s East End, killing random female vampires. Now, clearly, this character is based on Jack The Ripper ( [...]
[...] Tony Hall loved shops, as you can see from this magnificent array of little shops in the East End that he captured for eternity, selected from the thousand or so photographs which survive him. [...]
[...] . Here within the shelter of the old walls, the bulbs are further ahead than elsewhere the East End and I arrived at Bow Cemetery just as the snowdrops were coming to an end, the crocuses were in [...]
[...] by immigrants. It is as simple as that.” Mr. Maiorano is not the only business owner on the East End to stand in solidarity with the movement. About a dozen delis in the Riverhead area also closed [...]
[...] move between them all the time. This is the story of a child murder that took place in the East End in 1831, but where the victim was buried in the West End. It is a sorry tale, made even sorrier [...]
[...] Southampton. Additionally, Riverhead also operates the only scavenger waste plant on the East End of Long Island. A regional facility in every sense of the word. The Town of Riverhead seeks to be [...]