Published in Paste Magazine
This face-paced, enormous capital city has so much to offer from its historical routes and world-class museums to its cultural hubs and progressive underground music scene. With the volume of how much there is to see, London can be overwhelming, so here’s a roundup of what to do and where to go for those who want to trade in tourists for townies and crowds for culture. Continue reading
Published at Suite101.com
Brixton Market has a wonderful choice of world produce at reasonable prices. The market sells a wide range of foods and goods but is best known for its African and Caribbean produce, which reflect the diverse community of Brixton and surrounding areas of Lambeth. Continue reading
Brixton Village was slowly becoming an empty, disintegrated part of Brixton Market until 20 unused units were given to local businesses and artists in the UK’s largest empty shop project.
One year on from the project’s initiation every unit in the market is now occupied for the first time since 1979 and the Space Makers Agency’s overhaul is responsible for this. Continue reading