Avicii stunned fans at the Roundhouse in Camden last night as he took to the stage for the iTunes Festival.
Almost two years since the death of singer Amy Winehouse an exhibition will open in Camden, a short walk away from where she lived and died.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has been described as a "suave action hero" after he went to the aid of a cyclist after she crashed off her bike.
Police have charged two men with the murder of Mohamed Abdullahi in Islington.
A post-mortem examination on June 29, at the Whittington Hospital mortuary gave cause of death as stab wounds.
Kyle Sober-Froud, 19, and Dean Winston, 19, will appear at Hendon Magistrates' Court this morning.
Lucrezia Millarini visited the exhibition at the Jewish Museum in Camden and spoke to curator Liz Selby.
Amy was found dead at her Camden home two years ago, in July 2011, aged 27.
Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait is an original exhibition about Amy Winehouse, curated by the Jewish Museum with help from the singer's brother Alex and sister-in-law Riva.
The family have given the Jewish Museum unprecedented access to Amy's belongings, including her guitar, record collection and iconic outfits.
Hosted in the heart of Camden, where Amy used to live, this exhibition celebrates her passion for music, fashion, London and her family.
Many unseen photographs of Amy's family life will be on display, revealing her strong Jewish roots and heritage as well as her close family relationships.
Friday night dinners and Alex's barmitzvah are captured in these images, and vintage photographs of their beloved grandmother Cynthia show what may have been the roots of Amy's distinctive style.
The exhibition opens tomorrow and runs until 15 September.
Police have named the victim of an attack in Camden as Mohamed Abdullahi, 20 who lived in Kentish Town.
Three people have been arrested in connection with the investigation. Two 19-year-old men and an 18-year-old woman were arrested and are currently in custody at a north London police station.
A post-mortem examination on Saturday, 29 June, at the Whittington Hospital mortuary gave cause of death as stab wounds.
Detective Chief Inspector Matt Bonner who is heading the investigation said:
"I need to hear from anyone who witnessed anything suspicious in the York Way area early on Saturday morning."
Police say that a man who died after an attack in Islington in the early hours of Saturday morning was the victim of a targeted attack.
They say the 20-year-old was taken to the Royal London Hospital, suffering from serious injuries, where he was pronounced dead.
The man has not been named, but police say his next of kin have been informed.
So far no arrests have been made.
The officer in charge of the investigation, Detective Chief Inspector Matt Bonner, has appealed for anyone who was in the area at around 1am to come forward.
– Detective Chief Inspector Matt Bonner
We are at the early stage of a murder investigation and we must retain an open mind, however we believe this to have been a targeted attack on the victim.
I need to hear from anyone who witnessed anything suspicious in the York Way area early on Saturday morning.
In particular, I need to hear from anyone who saw a group of three or four males near to Aspendos Bar and Grill in York Way close to the junction with Camden Road, at around 0045hrs.
An incident room has been set up and anyone with any information is asked to contact police on 020 8358 0200 or anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police are investigating after a man in his twenties was found with serious injuries in the York Way area of Camden in the early hours of this morning. The man was taken to an East London hospital where he was pronounced dead. Next of kin are aware and a post mortem is due to be carried out.