What have I missed since April 22nd?
The public meeting about Kilburn High Road raised lots of issues, but proposed few answers.
Elections must be rolling around again – West Hampstead Conservatives reopened its Twitter account after a three-year gap, it also announced its six candidates for the council elections in 2014 for Fortune Green and West Hampstead wards (all young men) and, on Saturday, both the Tories and Labour had stalls opposite each other on West End Lane. Labour also launched a local Twitter account.
|Minster Rd blossom via @ArshiLarshi|
The Neighbourhood Development Forum needs a logo – can you help?
ZENW6 stepped up to the plate to try Movers & Shapers.
A new waiting room is being built on Platform 1 of the Thameslink station.
The premises last occupied by Grilled O Fried is apparently “under offer”.
Was it Love? Tom’s Diner went to Me Love Sushi.
Whampreview at Ruchi was a success – write-up to come this week.
Babur Empire on Mill Lane is reopening as Spice Tree, and is on Twitter @officialspicetr.
Schnitzel, which has replaced Pita up by David’s Deli, has gone for a bold orange & black colour scheme.
There’s a spring jazz festival happening at La Brocca.
The next NW6 Film Club screening will be The Look of Love on May 5th.
Good Vibrations is NxNW6’s Film of the Week. Full local listings here.
4th: Dawn Chorus walk @ Fortune Green
5th: NW6 Film Club “The Look of Love” @ Tricycle Cinema
30th: WEL Books event with me talking to Cities Are Good For You author Leo Hollis
Tweet of the Week
The photocopier at my local Post Office really knows how to tell it like it is. @whampstead twitter.com/KatyaHerman/st…
— Katya Herman (@KatyaHerman) April 25, 2013