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The Parkland Walk follows the course of the old railway that ran between Finsbury Park and Alexandra Palace. The four and a half miles provides tranquillity and a chance for those living in London, to enjoy the green environment in the very heart of the city.  6 more words

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Parkrun #8 and #9 - Peckham Rye and Finsbury Park, London

July, much like August, but let’s stick with July for now, was another smug month of running. I book-ended the month with parkruns in opposite ends of London; temporarily found myself getting up to run at 6.30am, pre-work, in order to allow myself uninterrupted post-work Wimbledon watching (this, of course, has now ended); and, after several weeks of running regularly, achieved the sub-30 PB time I’d been working towards – but then forgot to take a photo. 602 more words


The White British Right Wing

In light of Charlottesville, White Brits have been shrugging and commenting that ‘at least we’re not that bad’.

I’m here to tell you that you are. 699 more words

New 5k PB!

I’m a terrible runner and I imagine I always will be. However, this weekend I decided I’d do a Parkrun for speed training rather than boring intervals. 124 more words

The Twelve Pins, Finsbury Park, London

After the baseball game, we strolled through Finsbury Park to the station.  The weather had been perfect for baseball but, as Jackie (who was nursing a hangover) had pointed out, our poor planning meant that we watched with absolutely fuck-all appropriate beverages.   102 more words

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Mets v Capitals, Finsbury Park

Over the weekend, we finally made it out to a London Mets game — caught the last inning of a double-header early game, then most of the second match-up with the Capitals from across town.   82 more words


Resto 37 Walnut, Finsbury Park

I was disappointed to find that the previous occupant of this site had closed a couple of months ago when I  was in search of my usual post-seminar, pre-quiz meal of pizza, Nastro and rocket salad. 257 more words