Author Toby L. White

Managing Editor; renowned for his exotic adventures to far flung places, Larry occasionally sends us a message from his BlackBerry to let us know that he’s lost in terra incognita and can we pay off his library card as he could be away for some time.

Art Proximos Tiempos Acuaticos II (2006) mixed media on steel mesh (c) Rosenfeld Porcini Gallery
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Lawrence visits the Rosenfeld-Porcini Gallery in Fitzrovia, and uncovers one of the greatest lesser-known Spanish artists of our time, with a body of work spanning 50 years. Welcome to the world of Enrique Brinkmann.

Travel
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Larry gets property envy at the Castello di Casole in Tuscany; 4,200 acres of primo real estate: infinity pools, forno ovens, firepits, jacuzzi-baths that overlook sprawling, untouched hillsides. Larry was very green indeed…

Tipples
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Not so long ago, we sent an unsuspecting intern into battle with one of the world’s most formidable foes. The reputation of this beast is unparalleled. It has felled armies of conflict-hardened veterans. Its name?

Art
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Larry braves an early morning exhibition preview of David Rickard’s latest show at the Sumarria Lunn Gallery in Mayfair and discovers that installation art can be a better brain-stimulus than coffee.

International
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Larry visits Le Caprice New York in the Pierre Hotel off Fifth Avenue, and orders a Shepherd’s Pie. Yes, you read that right. He travelled 3,400 miles across the Atlantic to order a British classic in a New York restaurant. He really did.

Hotels
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Fearful explorer and man-of-inaction Lawrence of Arb goes travelling closer to home and spends a night at the charismatic Fox & Anchor in Clerkenwell. Tankards of beer, baths in bedrooms; it was an experience to remember.

Theatre
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Over their customary post-performance pizza, Larry and Al Senter discuss the National Theatre’s Frankenstein, and Larry learns there’s more to this story than Hammer Horror…

Travel
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Well, chaps, with the pressure off and Valentine’s safely out of the way, you can…

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