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Restaurant review: The Red Lion and Sun

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Thanks to the rise of the gastropub, it’s not uncommon to find a pub that serves decent food. 721 more words

Bistro Lunching at Must

I’m not sure if I’ve mentioned it before but next year GG and I are holidaying in Europe. To say I’m a little excited about the six weeks of annual leave I have booked would be a massive understatement. 977 more words


Inspiration from the Distant Hills

Now and then, it does the soul good to move out of familiar surroundings and see what’s occurring in other parts of London. This year, Highgate’s Fair in The Square didn’t clash with the Make Merry, so the more adventurous, hedonistic members of Art Plumstead could journey to Pond Square in Highgate and see how they do things there. 161 more words

Local journalism is so much more than chasing down runaway ave

Having just about recovered from a brief stint at the Observer, I spent a week preparing for a placement at the Ham & High – my (as referred to by morons) local rag. 492 more words


Beaulieu, Courtenay Avenue, Highgate, London, N6 £35,000,000

Beaulieu, Courtenay Avenue, Highgate, London, N6


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An imposing double fronted house in a gated secure road

An imposing and impressive brand new double fronted detached house comprising 16,865 sq. 142 more words

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Economic Growth, Karl Marx, and the Highgate Cemetery

The spirit of Marx, who is buried in a cemetery close to where I live in north London, has risen from the grave amid the financial crisis and subsequent economic slump.

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