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‘Drink My Sweat’: Leytonstone’s outdoor photography exhibition

Local photographer Jake Green has documented the people and processes of coffee production in 10 outdoor works

Gods Own Junk Yard. ©Peter Dazeley
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God’s Own Junkyard: the story of neon signs – and their E17 home

In an exclusive extract from new book London Explored, read why the world’s biggest collection is in Walthamstow

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Bigger than Trafalgar! Head to Fellowship Square for a summer of free events

Soho Theatre, open-air cinema, art shows, fashion and craft markets all come to E17’s shiny new public space this month

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This weekend! E17 and E11 Art Trails. Plus July highlights

It’s the month when everything happens. Two arts trails, outdoor theatre, street festivals and more across E11, E10 and E17

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Festivals & pop-ups: E11 Arts Trail, Forest Gayte Pride, Francis Road & Host

Brilliant local one-offs, trails, galleries and unmissable stuff for the diary

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Six things to look forward to post-lockdown – and 6 places we miss

As we mark our sixth birthday, here’s what we’re excited by in 2021 – and a round-up of venues we once loved too

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Star Wars: the story behind the Grove Green Road mural

The three-part work by the Wood Street Walls collective is dedicated to Star Wars make-up artist Stuart Freeborn

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Frank Ison Space, Walthamstow: check out Little Domestic Architectures

Weekend walk inspo to make you look at your domestic arrangements with fresh eyes

Walthamstow Village
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Six Things We Learnt This Week: a(nother) lockdown spesh

How to avoid the mud – and where to ‘holiday’ locally. Plus top bread, takeout and local art

The Line art trail
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The Line: walk the art trail from Olympic Park to Cody Dock

In which we roadtest the East London section of the capital’s most underrated public art gallery one wintry Sunday