This Friday (February 28) marks the start of this year’s Reel Islington Film Festival, a must for local movie buffs. On the first day, the festival will screen the submissions to
Independent cinema isn’t just for hardcore movie buffs. We look at what’s on in Islington and find out why audiences are attracted to independent films
Local residents are not short of places to buy convenience food but what are the implications for their health?
Tattoos continue to be popular in the UK, especially among the young. How much does religion play a part in the decision to get ‘inked’?
We ask American football fans in London whether it would be a smart move for the NFL to cross the pond
Anyone regularly cycling in London knows how dangerous it can be to get in the saddle instead of taking the tube. We talk to those trying to reduce the risks
Every Saturday teams of kids head to Islington’s parks to play football but only a handful, if any, will ever seriously aspire to a professional career in football. What hope
Bright neon colours, socio-political messages and complex paste-ups regularly draw visitors down the alleyways of the East End.
Contemporary ideas of faith in the borough explored by young people’s arts project, reports Anjali Mandalia