It's time for our third episode of 90 Resident Spotlight, and we're going back to the old format this time. The video will be a little shorter, but the interview will still be of high quality. Our guest this week is Louise from the resident superstars Women in Jazz, for another interview and tasty super eclectic mix for your ears to

Another diverse and eclectic Bank Holiday adventure is just around the corner and Number 90 has all sorts of outdoor & indoor activities lined up. In true festival fashion, expect a varied range of music – from disco and house to world and folk – we have something for all ears. Not forgetting new art exhibitions, live performers, a carnival on

"Lofty warehouse spaces are what Hackney Wick does best and this all-day bar-restaurant is proof of how rapidly the former industrial quarter is developing. It's a sprawling space full of armchairs and wooden benches, with local artists' works on the walls and one of the best canal-side verandas in town. It's a one-stop-shop for gigs, film nights, modern-British dishes and

" There's a real buzz along the west bank of the Lea, with Hackney Wick's Yard theatre and numerous galleries supported by a growing number of café-restaurants. On a hot day, the spaces outside Crate Brewery and, south of the Hertford Union canal, the Counter Café are rarely underused. But we're taken with the 2014 newcomer Number 90, which is a


90 Main Yard, Wallis Road,

E9 5LN, London.