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LIVE STREAMS TO KEEP YOU GROOVING THROUGH LOCKDOWN

Posted by Annie Morris on

It’s safe to say this wasn’t how we imagined this year going, and most of us want nothing for than to have a night out with our mates. But, fear not, lockdown music sessions are being streamed live to your phone/laptop from some of your favourite DJ’s and musicians. While it might not be quite the same, get your friends on a zoom call and start a new kind of party.  We’ve put together a collection of some epic live streams and playlists to get the weekend started. UNIT 58 Unit 58 is a fresh new space in North East...

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TOP 3 HEALTHY FAST FOOD SPOTS IN LONDON THAT WON'T LEAVE YOU HUNGRY

Posted by Annie Morris on

Gone are the days of calorie deprived salad boxes and diet sodas when you're looking for something healthy to eat in London. 

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HACKNEY ROAD: A NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDE, PART ONE

Posted by Dan Broughton on

Hackney Road begins at Shoreditch Church and winds its way for just over a mile down to Cambridge Heath Overground. While Broadway Market is idyllic and come weekends, full to bursting with blooms, sourdough bread, espresso and french terriers, Hackney Road retains a little more of that rugged round the edges charm where shops selling door handles and suitcases sit side by side with florists and coffee shops. Once an area known for its crime and poverty, Hackney’s proximity to central London has seen a rapid rise in gentrification, bringing with it a host of pop-ups, fancy barbers and restaurants....

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A NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDE TO DALSTON - PART ONE

Posted by Closer Earth Collaborator on

The stretch from Dalston Junction right down to Church Street in Stoke Newington hums with vibrancy. Its magnetic charm stems from its eclecticism, ranging from theatres and cinemas to chippies and charity shops - there's a little something for everyone. We were born out of the area's legendary club Passing Clouds - and it's where we spend a lot of our time too; chilling on the aisles of our favourite shops and cafes and hanging out with pals alike.  Here are a handful of our favourite places. Rio Cinema Dalston's favourite Art Deco cinema was opened over 100 years ago in 1909 but...

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