This week's onsales include hobo-turned-blues-rocker Seasick Steve and Canada's greatest stadium rock export.
Too much rubbish, too many potholes, too much debt, too much gun crime.
New openings, Mother's Day treats, and some wine to wash it down.
New issue of the magazine about London's great outdoors.
Grab a mallet and a cucumber sandwich and the Croquet Easters will ease you in gently.
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Brick Lane gets an Olympic boost as part of a package of positive publicity for host borough, Tower Hamlets.
Dog-handler arrested, after dog-handling material found in car.
Play with the "PlayStation Phone" at The Old Sorting Office today.
A round up of Wednesday-shaped stuff. With some very silly news from Westfield.
Discover contemporary art installed in 25 non-gallery locations in W1.
Fingers crossed for returns on the door.
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Some arts organisations have been hit hard in the funding announcement. Who were the winners and losers?
Booze, science and...a Chair of Doom?
The week ahead in literary London: Jo Shapcott, Austen on stage and an absolutely storming Book Slam.
This week's cabaret zingers include burlesque, boylesque, magicians, mock tudor comedy, a battle of the ukuleles and something different for your mum.
A crucial "Rotherhithe Tunnel derby" takes place this Saturday afternoon in East Dulwich.
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