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Michele Hanson

Review: Memoirs of Mothers

This frank discussion between authors Michele Hanson and Elisa Segrave was one of the highlights of ArchWay With Words, says Jack Watts

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Review: Spielburger, Hampstead

An inspired name. But are we talking Jaws? Or Men in Black 2?

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"I am just trying to change the world. I guess that sometimes that can sound a bit full on." James Eder

Ich Bin Kentishtowner: James Eder, 31, entrepreneur

‘I am just trying to change the world. I guess sometimes that can sound a bit full on’

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KX Sian map

What’s on Sian Pattenden’s latest cultural map?

This handy illustration to all things King’s Cross graced the cover of our new title Gasholder. And now a limited edition run is yours to own

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Recognise it? Photos: Kerouac Shack 2014/ photography by Lucy Williams.

In Pictures: Kentish Town’s Kerouac Shack

You know the petrol station opposite the infamous Southampton Arms? For one night only last weekend, it became a joyous 1950s-style diner

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Happy baking

With the Great British Bake Off final about to grip millions tonight, former model and local patissier Clare Zerny ponders baking’s many mental health benefits

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Ich Bin Kentishtowner: Stephanie Smith, founder, ArchWay With Words

‘It’s funny how the laughter of a loved one is such a joyous thing, but the relentless guffaw of a pissed fool is so supremely irritating’

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Review: Anima e Cuore

The chef-owners at this low-key Kentish Town Road newcomer have done their time at Michelin-starred West End restaurants. And it shows

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It's easy and it makes you happy: grow your own beer. Pic: TKT

A tale of two hops

This Saturday a brand new Kentish Town beer is unveiled at microbrewery pub The Bull in Highgate. And it’s grown by locals

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Ich Bin Kentishtowner: Sam Collins, travel guru

‘My first proper memory? Seeing Jerry Lee Lewis at The Forum when I was 16, after getting plastered at the Bull & Gate with my new fake ID’

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