Your Sunday morning best-of-Londonist weekly round-up.
- This week’s scheduled 48-hour tube strike was suspended
- What’s in London’s budget for 2014-15?
- Not content with just a cat cafe, plans for a London dog cafe are also in motion
- Remember the Walkie Scorchie debacle last summer? Light deflecting fins are to be installed
- Study shows ‘Boris Bikes’ are good for you
- Health and safety went out the window in 1950 when Hampstead Heath got its own ski jump
- Lego, dinosaurs, tree climbing: where to act like a big kid in London
- We look at up-and-coming London singer-songwriter Tim OT
- 20 of London’s best Sunday roasts, YUM
- Video: we joined the ladies who bus on their final trip
- Some worthy London crowd-funding projects this month
- We explored Chiswick House and Gardens in this week’s podcast
- Momentum: the new show in the Barbican’s Curve Gallery
- New restaurant review: Rub Kitchen Carnaby and new pub review: Hack and Hop in the City of London
- Atmospheric and gripping: Doctor Faustus at The Rose Theatre
- David Hockney: Printmaker at Dulwich Picture Gallery shows his evolution as an artist
- Warhol, Burroughs And Lynch photographs on display at The Photographers’ Gallery
- You can change the ending at Kate Tempest’s new play, Glasshouse
- In the Thrice Ninth Kingdom at Tristan Bates puts Russia’s anti-gay propaganda laws centre stage
Things to do
- Craft Beer Rising comes to Old Truman Brewery next weekend
- Shoreditch’s oldest church is home to Sun — a site-specific performance about love
- Got the little ones this week? Here are some ways to occupy them over half term and alternative child-friendly restaurants too
- Artefacts uncovered during the Crossrail excavation go on display
- A pop-up museum documenting the history of a Catford housing estate
- Our giant list of theatre openings in March
- London geeks! Enter this competition to win the chance to explore London’s dark history with the Barbican
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