Handy links to the week's most popular posts, and a heads up on what's happening around London.
In the news:
Oyster problems — user ineptitude? Or an error-prone system that screws cash out of travellers?
There were some not-so-isolated reports
of stinky tap water in north-east London.
Confirmation that Boris is a turn-off. Ahem.
Local residents cried foul over a pair of proposed Islamic sculptures on Brick Lane.
Some people are actually paying for the 'free' Evening Standard. Duh.
Abbey Road Studios are up for sale and the National Trust are interested.
See the News category for more
We stuffed our faces with chips.
London on the twee: a miniature Hackney terrace
at the Museum of London.
Singletons looked for love and laughter at a comedy speed-dating evening.
Turns out that woman off Will and Grace could actually sing.
In the first of a new series, we rounded up a boozy collection of pub quizzes.
See the Arts & Events and Food & Drink categories for more
Comment of the week:
"It's the 21st century, shouldn't we be moving away from things based around bronze age superstitions and belief in all powerful sky faeries?"
- sinisterpictures on the Brick Lane sculpture
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Last Updated 21 February 2010