Help Keash save London’s Black hair salons
Black salons are part of the lifeblood of the capital’s hair and beauty community. In the wake of the pandemic, they need your support more than ever.
roots picnic attendees on philadelphia’s gentrification
i-D asks the city's residents how they feel about the changes happening in their neighborhoods.
why are gay bars being compared to gentrification?
Eastenders’s newly-announced gay bar has prompted comparisons to gentrification, but why do we assume LGBTQ venues are exclusively middle-class?
this photographer is exploring cultural appropriation and the effects of gentrification
Thalia Gochez's recent series honors Latinx culture and seeks to reclaim a neighborhood in a state of rapid change.
end of an era for london’s most celebrated magazine shop
The chapter of Wardour News comes to a close for Raj Patel & Co.
tbt: corinne day captures a less gentrified london
Hop onto the Jubilee Line as we throwback on 2001, when Corinne Day and Panos Yiapanis's shot London in all its graffitied, pierced glory for The Renaissance Issue, no. 207
the new documentary exposing the housing crisis
1.6 million people are waiting for council homes; the rental market is precarious – but a new documentary, Dispossession, aims to dispel the notoriety surrounding estates, and start a conversation about the culture of social housing.
this new co-living space is the dystopian symptom of a london failing young people
We snuck in for a tour of a new co-living space in Willesden Green, where for £1000 a month, you can live in a weird, comfy fantasy world. In a city where people feel priced out, isolated and directionless, Co-Living offers an antidote – a cosy...
how do we preserve one of london's most diverse areas from corporate gentrification?
Seven Sisters has quietly remained one of North East London's forgotten gems, a culturally diverse oasis dictated by community rather than corporate profit and with it, creatives have flocked. But how do we fend off its incoming gentrification?
young, creative, and broke: are we working with a guilty conscience?
In 2016, being creatively inclined isn’t just a toll on your bank balance, it’s a weight on your conscience. We talk to young people across the UK about the guilt that comes with doing what you love.
why is london's nightlife trailing behind berlin's?
What good is a Night Tube if everywhere is closed, closed down, or closing down?
a fresh perspective on the gentrification of london
Young filmmaker Shola Amoo’s new work, A Moving Image, asks questions many find too uncomfortable to ask about what is happening to Brixton in 2016.