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Camden's commemoration of Black History Month continues tomorrow (Fri) with a showpiece event celebrating the Windrush Generation.

Fascinated by the tumultous history of Alexandra Palace's theatre?

David Stark has more Fab Four stories than most. As a lad he hung around outside the studios to catch a glimpse of the band - but over the years he would meet them all. He spoke to Sam Gelder to mark the legendary album's 50th anniversary today.

A Camden Council official has said one of India's founding fathers isn't significant enough in the UK to overturn planning rules on a Primrose Hill townhouse that was converted to a museum in his memory.

Very few places in Hampstead can say they've played witness to both love and war.

North London company formation agents have been exploited by criminals across the world but they say that now the government - not them - is the one that needs to change. Hannah Somerville reports.

Campaigners are celebrating a victory as Keats House bosses have said it won't be screening films or serving beer at the venue.

Bill Oddie is among the Hampstead locals unhappy with Keats House's bid for a new licence, which could see it hold film screenings and serve alcohol for 200 guests until 10pm.

After 33 years, the Muswell Hill Toy Library has packed away its wares for the final time.

Burgh House is a throwback. Then again, it's supposed to be.

Charles Dickens' links to Camden are perhaps well-known.

Visitors to Highgate Cemetery may have observed a haunted, glum look on the faces of volunteers this week.

From Beyonce to Chewbacca, Wembley's cavernous 2,000 seat Troubadour Theatre has a long history of film and TV making, writes Bridget Galton.

Megan Rapinoe, Lucy Bronze, Marta - for perhaps the first time ever, this summer finally saw the stars of women's football become the household names they had always deserved to be.

Heathside Preparatory School has been bought by a new education provider after 26 years of unchanged leadership.

When you look up into the night sky, you are looking into the past.Gazing at the stars, you are seeing them as they looked years ago, not as they are now. But for the first time in three years, Hampstead Observatory is now looking to the future once again.

There was a time in the 1980s when St Peter's C of E Primary School in Maida Vale looked set to close.

Current and former students of an Archway secondary school chatted about their shared experiences at a party to celebrate its 140th birthday last week.

Worried about space running out at Highgate Cemetery?

Anyone looking up at the sky above King's Cross on May 5, 1969, might have though they were hallucinating.

One of the country's most prominent Windrush campaigners is holding an event at Muswell Hill Library next week.

Louis Armstrong standards, a Gilbert and Sullivan ditty and poems from Keats and his great friend poet and publisher Jeremy Robson saw long-time Ham&High editor Gerald 'Gerry' Isaaman OBE given an inevitably idiosyncratic send-off.

A Muswell Hill charity worker who has helped scores of Syrian refugees find work in Britain has been made an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours.

Two of the Kate Lovegrove murals which decorated the much-maligned Hampstead Village branch of McDonalds are up for sale again.

When historical investigator Cat Whiteaway spotted an embroidered First World War postcard with a Camden address at an Abergavenny antiques stall, she didn't anticipate it taking a decade to return to its intended recipients.

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