By Mike Pentelow This pub dates back to between 1866 and 1870. For a short time it was renamed the Fitz & Firkin in 1996 before going back to its original name. The pub also features an underground venue, the LowDown which showcases music and comedy. Apart from a wide range of drinks The Albany …
Angela wonders what clown is in charge of Legible London.
By Mike Pentelow The oldest pub in the area, dating back to 1708 when it was called the Farthing Pie House on account of its very popular mutton pies costing only a farthing each. Now the pies cost £8.15 each - for which you could have got 7,824 at the original price. Radical MP John …
Students are occupying a university building at 11 Bedford Square in Bloomsbury, central London in protest against the government's cuts. The building will become an Anti-Cuts Space. A base to unite both students and workers in protest against the coalition government's cuts.
Angela Lovely has had a very long email about things going on in Fitzrovia.
It seems The News of the World are really desperate for stories about the squatters who occupied Guy Ritchie’s house in Fitzrovia, writes Angela Lovely
The mainstream media have done the young people of the Really Free School and the people of Fitzrovia a disservice in their reporting of the occupation of Guy Ritchie's house.
Is there any point to social media? Linus Rees thinks he's found a use for it as voluntary sector organisations struggle against government cuts.
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