Digbeth, which lies just west of HS2’s Phase One development site, faces an existential threat in the face of rising rents, changing demographics and government cuts.
Dalston’s Total Refreshment Centre closed as a music venue a year ago – and although it may be gone, its legacy lives on.
While E&C has played a pivotal role in London’s dance music and club scene, its contribution is often overlooked. Why?
The UK pub is a dying breed, with thousands being bought out by big chains. Refurbishments offer a way of staying relevant – but is it worth it?
Kings Cross has a proud record of political resistance. While its past is a complicated one, the progressive spirit remains – you just have to know where to look.
In the past year alone, 79 hotels were given the go-ahead for construction – often at the expense of cultural spaces. We speak to the people fighting back.
London’s Greek Street has spent decades fending off threats from developers, maintaining its old ‘shit’ Soho charm in the process.
Between 1982 - 1987, photographer Mike Seaborne captured the East End community – long before the world of global finance set up camp.
The fight to save Hackney Wick is about more than artists losing homes – it’s about who London is for, and what we stand to lose when they’re gone.
As well as being London's largest DIY skate spot, Gillett Square is also a sanctuary for people on the fringes of society – but for how much longer?
The Astoria Skate Plaza in Queens, New York, is a sanctuary for skaters, but now rampant gentrification threatens to rip a community from its home.
In his new book, photographer Andrew Holligan captures a snapshot of Dalston, East London in the 1980s, a hub of diversity on the cusp of change.