Alice Mulhearn

Copywriter and Journalist

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Experienced copywriter, NCTJ gold standard journalist, and culinary anthropologist.




Tothetable (a personal blog)
To The Table

Sit down, eat and stay awhile

Long Weekend in Venice | Urban Travel Blog

Whilst many claim that mass tourism has turned the merchant city of Venice into little more than an European museum, our expert on Italy, Alice Mulhearn, has a different story to tell... Nowhere on earth is as still as Venice at night.

Cannaregio District Guide, Venice | Urban Travel Blog

The second largest of Venice's six historic districts, Cannaregio is arguably the best place to search for the ancient soul of La Serenissima. Alice Mulhearn reveals the finest sights, cicchetti bars and things to do in the zone... Most visitors to Venice never get to see Cannaregio's better side.

Mindful Chef
6 vegan restaurants every Londoner needs to try

London is the ultimate vegan mecca. You’ve just got to know where to look. We’ve separated the wheat-free from the chaff so you don’t have to. Dine out on this shortlist of the ultimate feel-good vegan restaurants in London.


Content Marketing

Google's new update favours quality online content

The launch of Google's new 'quality update' last month is set to benefit websites offering high quality content. Search Engine Land has described the update as a change to Google's "core ranking algorithm in terms of how it processes quality signals."

Billionaires Newswire
Frank Sinatra - Style Icon for the Ages - Billionaires Newswire

Frank Sinatra followed precise rules of style: a gentleman's hat brim should sit a couple of inches above the right brow, pocket squares must be perfectly folded, never wear a white suit after dark and always have a good watch. Ol' Blue Eyes was not only a brilliant performer, he was a style icon for the ages.

How To Put Sparkle Into Your Christmas Party

(Cue groans and lots of eye rolling.) Okay. We do admittedly have a few months left before we have to order the turkey and face the shopping frenzy, but now's definitely the time to think about any booking any Christmas parties. How do you like to celebrate the season?

Uptime 101 - 20 Lazy Ways To Keep Your IT Working

When your IT stops working, everyone notices. Whatever the cause, your IT team gets blamed and there's a mad scramble to fix the problem. But it doesn't have to be this way. Many problems are avoidable, if the right technology is in place. Here are 20 ways you can minimise IT downtime and keep everything running smoothly.

Ealing Times
Could Ealing be about to lose 250 teachers this year?

EALING schools could lose 250 teachers this year as record numbers continue to leave the profession, says a specialist recruitment consultancy. TLTP Education says that, if Department of Education statistics are replicated evenly, the borough could lose one in 12 of its 3,091 full-time teachers.

Home Office to crack down on illegal employment

The Home Office has launched an operation to crack down on businesses that are employing illegal migrant workers. Under Operation Magnify, immigrant enforcement officers will carry out raids on construction sites and businesses suspected of exploiting illegal workers. In a meeting with construction industry leaders, the Immigration Minister, James Brokenshire, spoke about plans to end illegal working in the sector.

It Was a Nice Day for a White Wedding... Thousands Marry in Mass Ceremony

Around 3,800 couples tied the knot this week at a ceremony organised by the Unification Church in Gapyeong, South Korea. Around 800 of the couples had been 'matched' at an engagement ceremony only a few days earlier, before exchanging vows at the Cheongshim World Peace Centre on Tuesday.

Long Weekend in Verona | Urban Travel Blog

If you come here to see Juliet's balcony, you'll be going home talking about everything else, says Alice Mulhearn, as she guides us through one of the world's most romantic cities... In Verona there is a golden hour. It starts at around 6 o'clock - later during the languorous days of summer.

About Time Magazine
Christmas in London: The Christmas Carol Guide | About Time Magazine

SHARE ARTICLE / You're sick of mince pies, tired of Christmas TV, and if you hear Band Aid one more time you might strangle a carol singer. "Bah Humbug," you say, whilst elbowing a shopper on Oxford Street. You're the Scrooge of Christmas: a miserable old timer who needs a good old-fashioned epiphany.

The Return of Twin Peaks

Laura Palmer's plastic wrapped body had already been discovered by the time we took our seats. We were woefully underprepared for this marathon. Other fans were equipped with sleeping bags and doughnuts; we had just brought ourselves. And we were late. We were in amongst the 'Peakies': the die-hard fans of Twin Peaks.

food&drink towers - La Polentaria

There are very few elements of Italian cooking that us Brits have left unexplored. In all fairness, we've never been too shy to put our own twist on the classics; after all, the authenticity of the Hawaiian pizza is pretty suspect.

The Best of WImbledon
September at the Market

Now that we're entering September the stalls at Wimbledon Farmer's Market are brimming with courgettes, tomatoes and summer squash. Soon the strawberries and raspberries will be replaced by baskets of apples, pears, plums and damsons - surely the best bit of harvest time?

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