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Vintage clothes and vegan totes: what to do in Hackney this week

Wondering what Hackney has on offer this week? As always, our borough is teeming with weird and wonderful events. Whether you're a blues buff, fashion fan or Disney devotee, our interactive guide will give...
Ruth, who runs Save the Date

The Hackney Market where you pay what you want.

Save the Date, the hackney Market changing the way we see food waste. As you walk into the foyer of St John’s the Baptist Church, you’ll find a small stall full of fruit and vegetables....

Hackney seniors out on the tiles

A HACKNEY dominoes team are to take their fight to the international stage next Spring as they compete in a tri-nation tournament. Players from the Caribbean Domino and Social Organisation will face teams from Guyana...

Top five things to see this week

Exhibitions, opera and film across the borough.

Stoke Newington ready to create a pizz-a-history

  The world’s oldest pizzeria is getting ready to launch its first UK spot.   Founded in 1870 in Naples, the L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele is now in its fifth generation of family owners. It has...
crate bennett on beer

Bennett on Beer: “I can’t wholly recommend the Crate sours”

The sour beer is having somewhat of a renaissance in the beardiest parts of the world. In Seattle, the craft brewers serve sours in tasting flights, like whiskey, which show the vast range of...

Tramshed turned into art pad

Two artists have transformed a 200-year-old tramshed in Clapton into a gallery, studio and project space.

Things to do in Hackney this weekend

We’ve curated a list of what’s on in Hackney this weekend to save you some research time, leaving you free to enjoy fun events and relaxing weekend spots without having to trek too far from home.

Listings: Week beginning 22 March 2010

All the hottest Hackney listings for the week beginning 22 March 2010

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Gangs exploiting children for drug deals

Gang members are using children to do drug deals because they will receive a lower punishment if caught, according to a Hackney Council report.