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Why we’ve changed our logo to Time In – for now

How we’re still going to bring you the best of London, even while you’re at home

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By Joe Mackertich |
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Dear London,

As you know, usually all we do is bang on about how great it is to go out. However, the government has made it clear that pubs, bars, cafes and all the rest are very much off limits for the moment.

So, just for a little while, we're not going to be Time Out. We're Time In.

We're still obsessed with showing you the best of what London can offer. But for the minute, the best of what London can offer is happening indoors or at the other end of a webcam. We're going to help bring a little bit of London into your living room. Hopefully it's been sterilised.

It's also important to me that London's fantastic venues know that we're on their side. Quite frankly, right now is a shit time to be a small cafe, niche gallery, indie cinema or specialist shop in London. We will continue championing the independent businesses across the capital, that make London the brilliant city that it is. If you have stuff happening and you want people to know about it, get in touch at hello@timeout.com. We'll help in any way we can.

To everyone reading: London has faced far worse than this. Our city's history is a litany of cataclysms. Fires, plagues, riots and war. In every incidence we have emerged stronger. London's greatest asset is its people, a hotchpotch of cultures and influences. As long as we look to each other for strength, reassurance and humour, nothing can defeat the city. Love each other and stay safe.

 

Joseph Mackertich
@j_mackertich

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