London is hoping to attract millions of extra overseas visitors next year when the Olympic Games are held in the East End.
In 1988, performance artist Marina Abramović started at the East End of The Great Wall of China and began walking west.
Color portraits published in The Sunday Times Magazine feature “East End Faces” (1968) made in pubs, clubs, gyms, and cafes.
Each of the four main female characters in Witches of East End has their own fast-evolving and addicting storylines.
Abandoned by his father, he grew up in a Jewish orphanage in the East End.
A pre-restoration view is published of the East End of the cathedral, showing the slype, in Britton's "Norwich."
Monkey Hill was the East End of William Street, and not in the least fashionable.
By obtaining entrance to the farmyard upon which the East End abuts, traces of the original apsidal termination may be seen.
The East End, strangely enough, appealed to him more than the West.
We got it mostly from the aliens in the East End; they'd hoarded it, you know; but they were willing to sell at a premium.