Save The Lord Stanley now!

It’s the latest iconic local facing the chop. Here’s why it matters

03 Sep 2015

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‘He’s in the clink for being a fence, ain’t he?’

Clyde Lyndon Selby, a former local teacher who now lives in Tasmania, reflects on a life teaching in Kentish Town back in the 1970s

13 May 2015

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Camden Town’s legendary pubs: my fond memories

Manchester-born Tim Chadwick moved here forty years ago. So he knows a thing or two about the area’s boozers past and present

04 Feb 2015

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Video: behind the scenes at Camden Town Brewery

First-time filmmaker Alex Wilks stayed close to home for this fascinating short documentary. Watch it below

26 Jan 2015

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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, says Alex Wilks

20 Jan 2015

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My life-changing experience swapping Camden for Cambodia

Ever fancied trading in the home comforts of north London for something a little more adventurous? Miranda Glasser did exactly that

12 Jan 2015

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Standing up for manhood? Why I completely disagree

Grace Garland on why she feels every other hour is men’s hour

09 Jan 2015

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Meet the guy who is ‘standing up for manhood’

How Peter Lloyd’s gripe with Kentish Town Sports Centre led to one of the most controversial books of the year

02 Jan 2015

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Solving the UK’s food waste problem, one move at a time

Ben Tyrrell of fast-rising Kentish Town-based digital business MVF Global explains how they ended up helping redirect vital food to homeless youngsters

15 Dec 2014

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The story of Workplace Co-operative 115

Did you know there’s a democratic community of designer-makers working in a self-designed building the heart of NW5? And now they are looking for new members

08 Dec 2014

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