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Students at The Petchey Academy are moving on to great things but said the new A-level tests are “pretty hard” and “stressful”.

You won’t be leaving your pizza crusts behind when it comes to Yard Sale’s latest guest chef collaboration.

What is there to write of when the sun has turned everything to crisp and dust? writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

Ronald Gibson’s photography studio was “the place to go” if you wanted to get a photo taken in the ’50s, ’60s, and ’70s.

The trainers of knife-crime victim Israel Ogunsola were displayed outside Downing Street as campaigners called for police cuts to be reversed.

St Vincent’s attention to detail is something to behold.

An ambitious project to build a cube-like synagogue in Clapton Common was approved last week.

The New York outfit’s sophomore record sets the ‘Beans on course for great things.

From February 1 to 11, the exhibition will showcase some of the world’s most interesting and revolutionary contemporary collagists, looking at redefining how the art form is expressed

Sheldon Harnick is best known for penning the lyrics to Fiddler on the Roof, but the 93-year-old collaborated with composer Jerry Bock on another Broadway musical about a Jewish family with five offspring

Iftekar Hossain tells Emma Bartholomew about his journey from Dubai and Bangladesh to running the Hoxton pizzeria that’s just been named north London’s ‘best takeaway’ in the British Takeaway Awards

The Boxing Day Football Quiz

Monday, December 25, 2017

We could have come up with a snappier title, but the creativity is starting to wane at this time of year

It’s the 1950s and a New York hotel room is being occupied by Albert Einstein...

Producer Katy Lipson tells Zoe Paskett about the 50th anniversary production of Hair: The Musical and its legacy, and following in Sonia Friedman’s footsteps

The Arsenal Q&A is back – this week we have the very excellent Kurtis Powers – New York City’s biggest Gooner. Read on for more, including a memorable day beating Spurs...

Rae Morris performs at Islington Assembly Hall on Thursday (September 28)

The largest UK exhibition of American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat​ opens at the Barbican

Stour Space in Hackney Wick is calling for submissions from any women who want to share their voice

A new season of work from the National Youth Theatre (NYT) running throughout August comes to Hackney Wick’s Yard Theatre.

Brooke Dennis tells ZOE PASKETT about setting up The London Loom in Hackney Downs

London and New York: two global food capitals, where you can find any food at any time of the day.

Andrew Garfield, Nathan Lane Russell Tovey star in Tony Kushner’s flawed state of the nation masterpiece, which proves a prescient play for our troubled times

Frances Barber talks about the bitter rivalry between Elizabeth Arden and Helena Rubinstein, on show at The Park Theatre

Read Layth Yousif’s latest Rewind column as he discusses Hector Bellerin’s attitude, the brilliant BT documentary ‘Rocky and Wrighty’ and the fact current players need to understand the ethos of ‘Remember Who You Represent’ – and his views on people who didn’t applaud the late, great David ‘Rocky’ Rocastle’s memory.

Dirty Bones Shoreditch is evidently a hit with the young millennial crowd - the place was rammed with parties of the young 20-somethings when we went for Sunday brunch. But as my three children testified, it can also be a big hit for families too.

Andrew Holligan captured life in Dalston three decades ago on a 1950s camera. He shares his snaps – and explains how the project came about.

EMMA BARTHOLOMEW finds an extensive beer list at Mason and Company and Italian American influenced food from Capish?

Robert De Niro’s five-star hotel chain has angered neighbours at its new Shoreditch spot with plans to open its doors to the public for late-night entertainment.

Miguel Marin founded the Flamenco Festival in New York in 2001. Now, it is an annual staple at Sadler’s Wells

Journalist, author and one third of Saint Etienne Bob Stanley talks about researching his forthcoming book and releasing a new album inspired by Brexit

Tschabalala Self has just opened her first exhibition in the UK, showing work spanning her career so far.

This charming musical version is populated by jaunty puppets and there’s much fun as the Captain takes up residence in the fridge and gulps down the goldfish.

Homeless people at an LGBT charity were “blown away” after Lady Gaga made lunch on a surprise visit.

Clint Eastwood finds something unique in the true story of the pilot who landed a plane on the Hudson river

Pop Up Screens’ The Cinema in the Snow is bringing all of your favourites to Hackney Showroom

In the second half of our interview with Diane Abbott, the Hackney North and Stoke Newington MP tells Jamie Johnson about the borough’s housing market, how she handles web trolls, and whether she’d ever do reality TV.

It is all you enjoyed in the Harry Potter films, but faster and funnier and with action set pieces a little more animated than extended stick pointing, but without so much of the talky bits.

Based on Walter Tevis’ sci-fi story The Man Who Fell to Earth it’s either a moving meditation on loss and grief or a messily unsuccesful bid at corralling Bowie’s back catalogue into a satisfying night out

In the latest of a series of features casting the spotlight on local football fans, Tottenham supporter Thaddeus Collins reveals his favourite player, his most memorable matches, his toughest moment following Spurs and his prediction for Sunday’s showdown against Arsenal.

The Gazette hunts high and low each week to bring you news of the most interesting and unusual new businesses in Hackney. This week we caught up with the woman responsible for bringing pickle juice chasers to London.

London’s distinctive skyline gets an expressionistic makeover in Danny Rolph’s latest exhibition at the CNB Gallery in Shoreditch.

The Boys in the Band was the first Broadway play to feature an entire cast of gay characters. Mark Gatiss and Ian Hallard talk about reviving the ground-breaking production

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To celebrate LGBT history month, Hackney resident Amanda talks about her journey to becoming a foster carer, with the council’s support and training.



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