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BLOOD: Today’s opportunity to donate blood is at Brewers Hall in the City of London. Free, just turn up, see site for terms and conditions
ASTRONOMY: The National Maritime Museum's latest exhibition Visions of the Universe opens today. Go along and be wowed. £8/£7, prebook, until 15 September
T-SHIRT DESIGN: Head to Carnaby Street to design and print your very own personalised t-shirt at the pop-up YrStore. Design from scratch via a digital spray can, build up your image from a pre-designed stencil, or even upload and customise a photo. Amazing stuff. Prices from £20, just turn up, until 4 July
ATLAS OF THE UNBUILT WORLD: Today the British Council’s international exhibition for the London Festival of Architecture 2013, will open at the Bartlett School of Architecture in central London. Atlas of the Unbuilt World will show how the built landscape is taking shape around the world. Free, just turn up, until 27 June
SPITALFIELDS MUSIC FEST: East London venues welcome in music, activities and tours from today as part of Spitalfields Music Summer Festival. See website for full details, until 22 June
JEWELLERY: Jewel East takes place at Old Spitalfields Market and is a showcase of all things jewellery. Head along for new designs, handpicked commissions and jewellery workshops. Free, just turn up, until 9 June
BIRTHDAY CRAFTDAY: Celebrate We Make London's fifth birthday with them today at Camden Lock. During the day there will be a craft market and activities, then welcome in the evening with live music, a fashion show, food and drink. Free, just turn up, from 10am
ART: This evening Mexican artist Damian Ortega discusses Apestraction, his solo exhibition of works, at the Freud Museum. £10/£7, prebook, exhibition viewing from 6pm and talk from 7pm
NAILWRAPS: Phoebe Davis has been working with Tate Collectives and University of the Arts Student Ambassadors to develop a new set of nailwraps depicting influential women. Today you can get your free nailwraps and submit your nomination for the next set. Free, just turn up, 6.30-9.30pm
TATE MUSIC: Listen to live music from Simon Lord and DJs The Kramford Look in between browsing artworks and glasses of wine, at the Tate Modern Cafe. Free, just turn up, 7.30pm
BEYOND WHISPERS: A night of poetry and music takes place at The Drayton Court tonight, to commemorate 40 years since the military coup in Chile and honour the courage of those who suffered. £6/£5, prebook, 7.45pm
ROLLER SKATE: The Friday Night skate starts at Wellington Arch. Anyone who feels competent on skates is welcome to join. Free, just turn up, 8pm
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Good Cause of the Day
Make some noise for the grand one-day arts and music fest that is the Big Noise Festival, at the fantastic Bussey Building in Peckham. Enjoy live music, comedy, circus performers and art all while raising money for The Big Issue Foundation. Tickets are just £10 for a shedload of entertainment running from 2pm-late
Random Little Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Londonist
Londonist is not just confined to the web. In fact, we have been known to branch out and put on events in the real world too. For example, you could join us on Monday 24 June for part O of our alphabetical pub crawl series, where we will be visiting the best watering holes Old Street has to offer (as nominated by you, our readers). Or you could submit an entry to our Time Travel London competition, which we hope to turn into a public display like our current exhibition of Subterranean London at Bishopsgate Institute.
London Weather, by Inclement Atlee
Another day of blue, sunny skies. The Weather Gods are going through their "2 Unlimited" phase...they've found a winning, repetitive formula that everyone seems to enjoy. But it won't last. In the same way that a resurgence of guitar-based indie-rock pushed aside acts like 2 Unlimited in the early 90s, a re-mustering of cloud and murk will once again take hold with the coming of a new week. In Summary: Work your body, baby, work your soul, I'm a workaholic when I'm on the floor.