Art and architecture: Terence Williams Retrospective at Stour Gallery, Old Baths

When approaching 80 Eastway, you would be forgiven for mistaking the graphic 1930s Art Deco façade for a municipal building. Upon closer inspection of the brass plaque on the front, you will learn that in its former life, the listed building was indeed operated by the council, housing the Gainsborough Road Public Baths.

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Photographs by Kata Szabo

Targa Green Cafe vegan review – Moroccan cuisine with a community feel

Picture the scene. A pistachio green-fronted cafe with tables scattered outside, seating a multiplicity of different people. A warm, Moroccan-inspired interior with traditional Moroccan music pulsing in the background. Targa Green Cafe on Tredegar Road is bursting with life and a community feel.

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East London Liquor Company restaurant review – sumptuous Italian bites in the heart of a distillery

East London Liquor Company is a Bow-based independent distillery well known for producing a range of spirits. However, perhaps the lesser known side of this business is their restaurant nestled between Mile End and Victoria Park, a two-minute walk from Roman Road.

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