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Kentishtowner at 10: classic links from the last decade

From Rio’s to lost clubs, the City Farm to columns by Giles Coren: the most read articles from the last decade


Kentishtowner at 10: a decade celebrating hyperlocal

It’s been ten years since our first tentative blogpost. Here’s what happened since


Kentish Town cinema…get real!

Artists make a statement over developer’s hollow promises for empty building


Woop! Queen’s Crescent set for £1.1million boost

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan will give Gospel Oak a huge cash injection as part of his Good Growth Fund

Design & Style

London is going to get its own Highline park

Crowdfunded study proves the project is feasible, so now let’s all make it happen


Temple of Camden is now open on the Regent’s Canal

Hackney’s devilishly good vegan fast-food joint has taken roost on the towpath east of Royal College Street

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News & Gossip

Yikes! London’s noisiest tube journey is from Kentish Town to Tufnell Park

If you use the Northern Line regularly you need to watch a new BBC1 documentary tonight


Tolli café closed for good: say hello to Brindian

Spicy fusion food specialists open their first permanent home in place of Kentish Town’s long-running Italian patisserie


The world’s first vegan pie and mash joint is open in Camden

We try the hearty plant-powered pies at the new Market-side lunch spot

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