What have missed since August 11th?
Having come under considerable pressure, the Tricycle appeared to backtrack and resolved its dispute with the UK Jewish Film Festival. Although no films will be screened there in this year’s festival, it’s expected to be part of next year’s event – even if the Israeli embassy remains a sponsor.
After the death of Robin Williams, it emerged that he’d once done an impromptu set in West Hampstead.
A cloudburst on Monday caused flash flooding at the O2 centre and West End Lane. This of course was followed shortly after by a wave of rainbow photos.
We finally gave One Sixty a full review.
Monte Cristo has been given three months to stop trading as a shisha bar and to remove its decking and awning.
Our film of the week was Jurassic Park, but it was a one-off screening… check out the full listings for the rest of Mark’s Must See Movies.
A reminder that there’s no access to Kilburn High Road from Iverson Road or Cavendish Road for some weeks.
Our first rental property of the month is a one-bed flat in Crediton Hill.
Local author Simon Inglis will be on the Robert Elms show this Monday at noon (94.9 FM) talking about his new book Played in London.
Tweet of the Week
Just been to George's Fruit & Veg on #milllane . Always such polite service and great selection too! Love #westhampstead
— Simon Hoten (@yoga360uk) August 11, 2014