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Ich Bin: Stuart Clarke, playwright

With his play about the Great War, Voice, about to open locally, we meet a man of many talents

31 Mar 2015

Is The Steeles closing down for good today, or not?

Rumours persist as the pub shuts for ‘structural work’ in a cloud of secrecy

30 Mar 2015
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Review: The Grafton Kitchen

Over the last few years a colourful parade of pop-ups have passed through its doors. But with this new more concept, can decent steak and chips really be just £8?

27 Mar 2015

Hands up who’s a proud north London geek?

Like any insult, the best policy is to reclaim it. So we did just that with Paxman’s slight to Labour leader Ed Miliband. Plus: our Top 5 north London geeks

27 Mar 2015
Kentish Town Road

So how ‘unhealthy’ is Kentish Town Road?

Following today’s big report into which UK high streets have the most ‘bad’ shops, where do you think NW5’s commercial epicentre ranks?

26 Mar 2015

MUST DO: late March

A community bake-off, unique event at Roundhouse, free art at Free Space – and the revival of a much-loved Parkway cafe

26 Mar 2015

All hail our boozers: #5, The Vine

Manager Stephen Hall talks about his cheffing dreams, the day burglars drank his whisky – and an infamous night boozing with Oliver Reed

25 Mar 2015
Anna Frankl-Duval:

Ich Bin: Anna Frankl-Duval, actor

The born-and-bred north Londoner on the difficulties of her profession, coping with bereavement – and why she loves Knowhere Special

24 Mar 2015
Imperial Works. Photo: Martin Plaut

The secret history of Kentish Town’s piano factories

Did you know that between 1870 and 1914 Camden was the centre of the world’s manufacture of pianos?

23 Mar 2015

In Pictures: ‘Solar Eclipse’ 2015

Er, so it never quite happened in north London, but there was still an enjoyable sense of expectation amongst the thousands who thronged Primrose Hill

20 Mar 2015