Single in NYC? Open up for a special invite…

Big Apple Brits member Ben and his American wife Becca started DateBritishGuys.com shortly after moving to NYC inspired by their own story. Are you single in NYC and looking to date? Check out the highly acclaimed dating website datebritishguys.com Are you a single...

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UK Culture Experts Needed for Part-Time Telecommute Jobs

Do you have an eye for spotting awkward language in web ads or ads that are poorly matched with your internet search results?   Have you spent twelve months living in the UK in the past eight years or do you visit there fairly frequently?     ZeroChaos, Inc. is...

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Job Vacancy: Salesperson – Full Time – UK Market NYC

  We are one of the world’s fastest growing diamond and jewelry companies based on 5th Avenue in Midtown, New York City. We are a small, dynamic company revolutionizing the diamond industry. Our goal is to recruit a professional, enthusiastic Inside Salesperson to...

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UK Culture Experts Needed for Part-Time Telecommute Jobs

Do you have an eye for spotting awkward language in web ads or ads that are poorly matched with your internet search results?   Have you spent twelve months living in the UK in the past eight years or do you visit there fairly frequently?    ZeroChaos, Inc. is...

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Free screening tickets to see “The Guest”

BAB has FREE tickets to the screening of “The Guest”. Pop over to http://www.gofobo.com/ and ENTER CODE: BRITS4DTP THE GUEST will be screening on Monday 9/15 – AMC Empire 25 – 7:00pm.  Once you have your pass printed, please get there early to join the...

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10 Things Londoners Can Learn From New Yorkers

By Ruth Margolis | Posted on January 28th, 2014 These rival cities are immeasurably fabulous. But they could both stand to make some changes, based on how the other operates. Here’s what London can do to make itself more like NYC—in a good way. 1. Restaurants should...

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Simon Pegg and “A FANTASTIC FEAR OF EVERYTHING”

Another one of Simon’s movies is currently showing in New York City, have you had a chance to see it yet? Jack is a children’s author turned crime novelist whose detailed research into the lives of Victorian serial killers has turned him into a paranoid wreck,...

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8 British Inside Jokes Americans Will Never Understand

By Ruth Margolis | Posted on January 24th, 2014 We Brits rarely blow our own national trumpet. But if pushed we will admit to having a wicked sense of humor. Foreigners have every right to be perplexed by the stuff we riff on—from gingers to horse meat....

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8 Pointers For Brits Dating in America

By Ruth Margolis | Posted on January 21st, 2014 I may not have gone on a first date in over a decade but this much I know: dating in Britain happens at night. There’s alcohol involved. And if you don’t end the night with a snog and cursory fumble then it’s safe to...

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10 Things New Yorkers Can Learn From Londoners

By Ruth Margolis | Posted on January 28th, 2014 The Big Apple and its residents get a lot of stuff right. But that’s not to say they can’t learn a few thing things from those fog-drenched, bowler hat wearing folk in that other great global city.Let pregnant people sit...

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Close, But No Cigar: British vs. American Idioms

By Toni Hargis | Posted on August 6th, 2013 | BBCAmerica.com British English and American English have a number of phrases that mean the same thing and are so similar in wording, after a few years as an expat, you forget which one’s which. While these phrases don’t...

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