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- Six Greenpeace protestors scaled the Shard campaigning against Shell’s Arctic drilling.
- A tiny kitten was found abandoned on the tube provoking a flurry of offers to rehome her.
- Could the North and South Circular roads really go underground?
- A spiffy new Crossrail station is planned for Abbey Wood
- Would you like to live in a railway arch?
- 10 places to find France in London.
- Another chance to explore inside Aldwych station with secret Underground journey.
- London’s most iconic building revealed/made up.
- Where to find London’s best ice creams.
- Nine giant monster attacks on London!
- Photojournalism at its finest in The Press Photographer’s Year.
- Bigmouth: 2,500 Years of Oration at Soho Theatre.
- The London buildings of Richard Rogers.
- The Paper Architect at Leytonstone Library: as delicate as a poem by Keats.
- Top toasties for your lunch at Loaf.
- Go roller skating in Kings Cross.
- Discover new Indie Indian film at London Indian Film Festival.
- Knees up for the Cockney Heritage Festival.
- Sun cream at the ready for Lambeth Country Show.
- Try a cocktail called Londonist
PS. Submit a sketch of summer in London and you could win an Inkling digital sketch pen (deadline Tuesday, 5pm)