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Single of The Week

Single Of The Week – Sidibe ft. MonoNeon – Tellin’ U

This week's Single of the Week - Tellin' U by Sidibe ft. MonoNeon Sidibe is an independent artist, five octave vocalist, songwriter and guitarist with roots in Louisiana and Senegal. The singular tones and vibrations of her voice have led to descriptions that include other-worldly and ethereal. Her music defies genres as she effortlessly weaves classic and contemporary elements into her romantic musings. Sidibe’s role as executive producer and her […]

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Artist of The Week

Artist Of The Week – LNDFK

LNDFK aka Linda Feki is a singer, songwriter & producer born of two cultures – an Italian mother and Arab father. Born in Sousse, Tunisia, and raised in Naples, Italy. Her music melts with jazz, neo-soul and hip-hop influences, filtered through her experiences and sensibility. Her first EP, “Lust Blue,” was composed with the artistic production of Dario Bass and released by Feelin’ Music; after that she released several singles […]

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Album of the Week

Album Of The Week – Love Benefits – Men At Large

In one of the biggest returns in music history, Men at Large bring back heat and soul in Love Benefits. Discovered by the great Gerald LeVert, Men at Large have reunited with the original members (Dave Tolliver, Jason Champion) and released their first studio album in 26 years. Incorporating dynamic vocal styles, power, and undeniable ability, Men at Large make their return with sound and soul bigger and better than […]

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Community News

West Indian Cultural Centre – NEEDS YOUR HELP!

African Caribbean Leadership Company (ACLC) ACLC is fundraising for internal repairs to stop closure of the Cultural Centre in North London N8. Our beloved Cultural Centre which has been providing culturally sensitive services and activities for the African Caribbean Community in Hornsey for over 30 years – NEEDS YOUR HELP! The iconic building founded by pioneering community leaders from the Windrush Generation, and which has also played host to many high-profile […]

todayJune 27, 2022 7 2

Black History

What’s happened since the WindRush Scandal

Trauma doesn’t just go away The WindRush Scandal situation which caused many of the Windrush Generation suddenly finding themselves on the wrong side of immigration legislation because they couldn’t provide the paperwork to prove they had the right to stay in the UK. The Home Office continues to destory the lives of many even four years after the WindRush Scandal. A 62-year-old Windrush compensation claimant says she was left distressed and hopeless […]

todayJune 23, 2022 8

Community News

Safeguarding Awareness Week 16-22 May 2022

Tes Safeguarding Awareness Week to help pupils feel  safe   This May Safeguarding Awareness Week is an opportunity to explore what it means to feel safe, particularly in light of the recent reports of the rise of sexual harassment in schools. Since March 2021, thousands of testimonies from children and young people of peer-on-peer sexual harassment and abuse have been posted on the ‘Everyone’s Invited’ website  Many of these […]

todayMay 17, 2022 8

Community News

Islington restaurant creates fine-dining menu entirely from food waste

An Islington restaurant has partnered with a food waste app to create a five-course fine-dining experience made of food destined for the bin. Too Good To Go was founded at the end of 2015 to combat food waste and though the app individuals can purchase a bag containing food that is still edible but that stores could no longer sell as it might be damaged, past its display date or […]

todayMay 4, 2022 15

Community News

Bemerton Children’s Centre in Barnsbury rated as “outstanding” by Ofsted

Bemerton Children’s Centre in Barnsbury rated as “outstanding” by Ofsted Bemerton Children’s Centre, a nursery near Caledonian Road managed by Islington Council, has been given the highest-possible rating by Ofsted.   The report, published on Tuesday 29 March after an inspection on Wednesday 23 February, described the centre as an “exceptional nursery” where “children thrive”, “teaching is superb” and staff “continually strive for the best outcomes”. The inspector noted that […]

todayMay 4, 2022 4

Community News

Scrapping Covid testing ‘reckless in the extreme’

Scrapping Covid testing 'reckless in the extreme'   Heads' union leaders call on the education secretary to reinstate free Covid testing in schools amid high pupil and staff absence Leaders of two unions representing most of England's school heads have called the decision to withdraw free Covid testing from pupils and staff "reckless in the extreme", in a joint letter to the education secretary.   Geoff Barton, general secretary of the Association […]

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