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Some of the youngest and the oldest people present featured at today’s (11 November) Armistice Day ceremony in front of the African Caribbean war memorial in Brixton’s Windrush Square. Winston […]

Anthony Padgett with his sculpture of Vincent van Gogh
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8 November, 2018, No comments

The first public sculpture of Vincent van Gogh in Britain is to be installed in Brixton’s Van Gogh Walk later this month. The great Dutch artist lived in nearby Hackford […]

Ribera, Apollo and Marsyas
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7 November, 2018, No comments

Leslie Manasseh visits a violent but fascinating exhibition Ribera: Art of Violence Dulwich Picture Gallery Until 27 January     Seven years in the making, this carefully curated exhibition of […]

D rMahamed Hashi
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7 November, 2018, No comments

Brixton Soup Kitchen founder Dr Mahamed Hashi has won this year’s Local Government Information Unit Community Champion Award for local councillors. He was chosen for the award from councillors across […]

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3 November, 2018, No comments

Grace Waters previews the increasingly significant Dulwich Literary Festival The Dulwich Literary Festival returns to South London from 8 to 11 November, with a line-up of stellar speakers including comedian […]

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1 November, 2018, No comments

Italian Job: Cattivo Albion & East, the smarty-pantsers behind Canova Hall, extend their creative colonisation of the old Bon Marche building with Cattivo, a southern Italian all-day café and bar. […]

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Young and old join to mark 100th Armistice Day in Brixton

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Some of the youngest and the oldest people present featured at today’s (11 November) Armistice Day ceremony in front of the African Caribbean war me ...

Anthony Padgett with his sculpture of Vincent van Gogh

Van Gogh sculpture for Brixton

8 November, 2018, No comments

The first public sculpture of Vincent van Gogh in Britain is to be installed in Brixton’s Van Gogh Walk later this month. The great Dutch artist liv ...

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Extraordinary – The Art of Violence

7 November, 2018, No comments

Leslie Manasseh visits a violent but fascinating exhibition Ribera: Art of Violence Dulwich Picture Gallery Until 27 January     Seven years ...

D rMahamed Hashi

Award for Brixton Soup Kitchen founder Mahamed Hashi

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Brixton Soup Kitchen founder Dr Mahamed Hashi has won this year’s Local Government Information Unit Community Champion Award for local councillors. ...

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Local and global – the Brixton Review of Books

5 November, 2018, No comments

Brixton’s thriving literary scene has a new presence – the Brixton Review of Books. Grace Waters turns the pages With an ethos of making literatur ...

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BRIXTON LEGAL: Children, parents and the law

4 November, 2018, No comments

Pam Douglas is a solicitor with local firm Wainwright and Cummins. Each month, her column takes a common legal issue and explains it for readers In ye ...

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