The sun came out this week, but what was the illuminating news in West Hampstead?
The London mayoral election campaign got underway and Ken Livingstone kicked off on home turf: Kilburn.
Harry Potter actor and West Hampstead resident Jamie Waylett was jailed for his part in the August riots.
West Hampstead men's hockey team achieved a second consecutive promotion.
Kilburn residents aren't keen on yet another amusement arcade opening on the High Road.
A new Japanese restaurant - Sushi Kou - opened in Fortune Green Road. An initial report was positive.
David Mitchell, Kilburn's most eligible bachelor, is offically off the market.
Vince Power has drastically reduced the scale of his proposed Feis festival during the Olympics.
The Kitchen Table summed up all that's good about Mill Lane.
If you're single and live in the area, why not sign up to #lovewhamp - a singles night on April 25th that will also raise money for The Winch.
On Tuesday "Sing in Spring".
Tuesday's also when the GLA will consider the 187-199 West End Lane development.
From Wednesday, the Kingsgate Workshop Trust is showing UAL students' work until April 19th.
Fantastic jive/jazz band Kai's Cats perform at La Brocca on the 29th.
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