American choreographer Elizabeth Streb’s ‘extreme action’ dance group, STREB, performed acrobatic feats at several London landmarks for one day only to honor the upcoming Summer Olympics.
Policing the world’s biggest peacetime logistics operation is a herculean task, and Britain’s intelligence and military officials are preparing for every eventuality — even if it means festooning a few apartment buildings …
What to do with all those medals before the Olympics? Store them in the Tower of London, of course.
With the temperamental nature of the British summer, the rain could yet put a dampener on the carefully planned London Games…
No stage is bigger than that of a home Olympics, so London 2012 officials drafted a battle plan early.
While globalization has sprinkled Starbucks and other avatars of American retailing along most of London’s main streets, you’ll still find the authentic city in the small markets, boutiques and family-run pubs and cafes that …
Seeking to build on public anger over the cost of the London Olympics, protest groups are making plans for marches and demonstrations to coincide with the games. The police, however, have warned that spectacles will not be tolerated.
What does it mean to be British in 2012? That’s a question the London Festival of Photography has tried to answer with its headline show, “The Great British Public,” opening June 1.
What happens if instead of supersizing some fries, you decide to supersize an entire McDonald’s?
With the London Olympics just a little over 100 days away, TIME takes a look at some of the places that will become quite familiar once the games begin.