NEW! A weekly round up of top stories and features from last week, two stunning photos we shared on Facebook and Twitter and a look ahead at the week to come.
- Hands off Strand is the majority response to news of a possible "Northbank" rebrand
- Innovation Quarter: new plans for the transformation of Silvertown Quays
- Plans for a new garden bridge over the Thames divide opinion
- Wilton's Music Hall scores match-funding from the Lottery for its huge restoration project
- Bring fox hunting back to London, says Boris
- Everyone went nuts for LEGO tube maps - we got photos and video
- London's single-named streets mapped and explained - any additions?
- A list of 10 places in London you'll probably never visit
- Bloopers still lurk in London Apple maps
- We went on a pub crawl around Barbican's abandoned boozers
- The Grant Museum goes even more bizarre and macabre
- Kim Catrall is excellent in Sweet Bird of Youth at the Old Vic
- Sixty swans cause ripples at the Royal Albert Hall
- Take away tea cups and good deeds from the Foundling Museum
Five things for the week ahead
- Look out for tiny Marcus Crocker figures on the streets for Refugee Week (17-23 June)
- The Two Degrees Festival considers what's broken in the world and how to fix it (17-22 June)
- London's global documentary festival Open City Docs starts at Bloomsbury Theatre (20-23 June)
- The fantastic free Greenwich and Docklands International Festival begins (21-29 June)
- A new TV series looks at keeping London's roads moving (Tuesday 18 June)
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