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We tried out personal training at Studio 63

Tom Kihl’s approach to keeping fit has been more Studio 54 than 63, but could this new one-to-one studio in Dartmouth Park change all that?

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Mouthwatering: Q Grill. Photo: Pr

Food trends 2015: will the burger ‘die a slow death’ this year?

More Mexican, more vegetables, more technology…we asked three leading local restaurateurs to spill the beans on what’s next

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Outside 129 Drummond Street in 1975. Photo: Crossroads

It started right here: pioneering protection for women from all backgrounds

The founder of Kentish Town’s Crossroads Women’s Centre on how it all began – and what they’ve achieved in the first 40 years

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Taxidermy, panelling, fine food. Photo: Bull & Last

The Bull & Last: the highest rated gastropub in north London

So what position did NW5’s most acclaimed food pub reach in yesterday’s Top 50 Gastropub Awards 2015?

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Ich Bin: Melanie Chiknagi, founder, Picklesuit

Ever dreamed of starting your own babywear? One woman did. We meet her

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10 dishes you should try right now at Pizza East (that aren’t pizza)

We ignore the popular wood-fired staple in favour of seasonal specials, including mackerel, Jerusalem artichokes, chargrilled cauliflower and salt-baked salmon

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Giles Coren survey results

Giles Coren vs the “curtain twitchers”: survey results revealed

We asked what you thought of the critic’s rant in this week’s Time Out. Here’s what happened

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Patisserie Diaries: how to host your own brunch

Instead of popping out to your favourite cafe this weekend, why not invite your mates round, says local patissier Clare Zerny

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Quick to become a Chalk Farm Road staple. Photo: PR

Three things to do this weekend

Been staying in all month so far? Be inspired by a bit of culture – and save with money-off deals in the neighbourhood

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Giles Coren: slamming the nimbys in this week's Time Out

Giles Coren’s Time Out column: what did you think?

This week the gobby critic laid into “the phalanx of middle-aged, middle-class dinosaurs who are determined to keep London shitty”. Agree or disagree?

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By night. Photo: Faucet Inns

Dartmouth Arms to close on January 31

Show your support before it’s too late for a popular NW5 boozer.

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Is this Camden Town’s last bohemian gasp?

Bulldozers will soon flatten swathes of NW1. But impressive street art is springing up on the condemned buildings before the inevitable day

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Kentish Cluster visit to Downing Street. Image: MVF Global

Is Kentish Town really the new Old Street?

It might be outlandish to claim NW5 as a north London rival to tech hub Silicon Roundabout, but the idea has certainly been attracting attention

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Waaahhhh. Map Cafe, back in biz. Photo: Tom Kihl

Map Studio Cafe: back in business. Plus 3 newbie alternatives

One of Kentish Town’s most loved creative spaces returns with a refreshed interior, fully stocked bar and packed arts programme. And that’s not all to discover this weekend

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