Situated on cosmopolitan Upper Street in Angel, Vivo offers a truly authentic taste of Italy. From delicious breakfasts, light lunches and hearty dinners to aperitivo style nibbles and cocktails on the serene terrace, this is Islington’s go to destination for all-day dining.
?101 Artists to Listen to Before You Die’
Don't you sometimes just feel like packing it all in and doing something that you've always dreamed of? That's exactly what Kerstin and Julia did when they decided to start up their business NIX&KIX.
A musical revolution
Chronicle of a Life Untold
?Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.” When Samuel Johnson penned these famous words in 1777, life in London was very different: King George III sat on the throne, Uranus was about to be discovered and parliament debated how best to deal with the American upstarts on the other side of the pond.
Bohemia Road Vintage
Tucked down a side street in Islington is Bohemia Road Vintage, a local treasure trove of vintage clothing owned and run by Rosa-Lee Arendse. Unmissable for both its bright pink exterior and curated collection of stunning vintage pieces, Bohemia Road should not be missed.
Shop for Greek lovers only
?It doesn’t matter which olive oil is their favourite, it’s your favourite that matters most.”
Columbia Road Flower Market
Imagine a lazy morning after a lie in. It’s Sunday, and you can see the sun beaming through the window blinds, and you’re even having breakfast in bed! What’s the next step in this day from heaven? Don’t say staying in! Rather, let’s (re)discover Columbia Road Flower Market.
A moment with Maribou State
The talented duo is back for a new album “Portraits”, to be released 1st June 2015 (Counter Records and Ninja Tune). This album promises to be full of surprises and an irresistible blend of deep, resonant guitar licks and dishevelled synths riding upon looping breakbeats. We talked with Chris and Liam while they were in the US just to see what they have in their guts.
Graham C Harwood
A Hackney Wick resident of ten years, painter Graham C Harwood moved into his current studio in East London before this slightly eerie part of town was ever considered trendy. An explosion of colour and light, walking into Harwood’s space is a delight for all senses with the artist’s paintings making a particularly strong impression. Fascinated by the splendor of nature, science, transformation and memory- Harwood’s love for colour makes a dramatic impression and shows in everything from his large-scale layered oil paintings to his smaller oneoff prints and more intimate watercolour works.
A British Sangria, tasty mix?
A pint of bitter, or should I say a barrel?
The King of Cool
I’m not one for writing things down. Instead, I like to capture thoughts and memories and play them like movies in my head.