Our September print issue came out on Friday, but we totally forgot to tweet about it. Oops.
Anyway, as usual it’s now stocked widely across half a dozen or so postcodes – you may even have picked one up over the weekend.
Highlights this month? More local myths, including tales about pop icon Prince, what St Paul’s Cathedral has to do with Talacre Gardens, and the day elephants rampaged across NW5.
We also speak to two very different vendors in the area – olive guru Mustafa Lajuan, who has a stall on Queen’s Crescent, and Sarah Kahn, whose vintage shop opened this year on Fortess Road.
Elsewhere we learn the story of longstanding social enterprise the Camden Garden Centre, with its smart new cafe Pritchard & Ure, catch up with the owner of the new Truscott Cellar in Belsize Park, and find out what makes Smoking Buns at the Rose & Crown so damn fine.
You may have seen our smart new distribution units dotted about the area by now. Our biggest stockist is outside Phoenicia on Kentish Town Road – where hundreds are stocked and you’ll be able to grab a copy of the new free July issue at any time of day. Other main distribution units are at Truffles Deli in Dartmouth Park, and in Archway at the lovely Charlotte Despard pub. Plus about 100 other stockists listed below in the box.
And if you’re missing Gasholder on the reverse side, that’s because our King’s Cross title has grown up and become a standalone publication in its own right. The September issue is out now and free from these places.