Last week in Londonist, in numbers and the photo those numbers mysteriously translate into…
300 pounds per week (or near enough) to live in new student accommodation in Nido Spitalfields
100 contestable reasons why Boris Johnson is the bestest ever Mayor, ever
920 steps to climb in Tower 42 for Team Londonist taking part in Vertical Rush 2010 – show your support and give to Shelter!
40 miles per hour sewage stream threat to the Olympics site thankfully curbed
26 potential partners in London for the mathmatician who has come up with a formula for love in our city
300 + 100 + 920 X 40 – 26 = 52,774 which is an illustration of bluffing as snapped by Jamie McK in the Londonist Flickr pool. How did this story end?
This Week In London’s History
- Monday – 18th January 1882: Alan Alexander Milne is born in Hampstead, north London. He would become known as successful author A. A. Milne, most notably for his Winnie-the-Pooh books.
London Quote Of The Week
The marvellous maturity of London! I would rather be dead in this town than preening my feathers in heaven.