Populist: 7-13 February

By Lindsey Last edited 107 months ago
Populist: 7-13 February

The week's most popular posts, and a round-up of what's happening around town.

In the news:

  • Could Diane Abbott run for Mayor?
  • TFL banned Massive Attack's drippy, fuzzy album art from the Tube and gave mixed messages over Bank escalators
  • Teen spirit spilled over in Park Lane
  • Can a new website help save the ICA?
  • London Fashion Week will be a sad affair without Alexander McQueen
  • See the News category for more

    Around town:

  • You admired the Lego St Pancras, our sneaky peak up Tower Bridge and the view from Barbican's Cromwell Tower.
  • Get some arrows and go for two fat ladies in one of these dart friendly boozers An insight into what royalty gets from a hotel suite
  • Tips for half term with the kids
  • You have until tomorrow to register for the Rage Against the Machine ticket lottery for 6th June
  • Book now: The Southwark Mysteries, free Olympic lectures at QMUL, Barking's best film club, Capture Kings Cross, Tower Hamlet and, if you can, one of the best things you'll see in the West End ever: Jerusalem
  • See the Arts & Events and Food & Drink categories for more

    Comment of the week:

    On the first in a new series about Len Deighton's London Dossier

    Sounds fabulous. Like suddenly getting an entire bizarre history of a London gone by from a random beer-soaked old geezer in the pub. But in a book.

    Indeed, Deadly Knitshade. We're looking forward to more instalments.

    Last Updated 13 February 2010