Your Sunday morning best-of-Londonist weekly round-up.
- As might be expected, the tube strike dominated London news this week. Alongside keeping you updated, we also took an in-depth look at the reasons behind the strike
- Another type of tube strike takes place on 10 and 14 Feb — a revenue strike
- You won't be able to pay cash on buses from this summer
- Silvertown Quays is getting 1000 extra homes
- Southbank Skate Park's redevelopment has been put on hold
- The Mayor of the Borough of Lambeth, Cllr Mark Bennett, dies aged 43
- Brick Lane restaurants have to stop serving serving customers at midnight
- Vulnerable Londoners are cutting back on energy use
- A look at South London's music scene
- Food pop-up residencies in pubs: seven you should try
- The 'Canary Wharf-isation' of Shoreditch
- Aerial shots of London by Jason Hawkes
- Who were London's dandiest dandies?
- We love this beautiful book map based on London
- Would banning overseas investors solve London's housing crisis?
- Where to play Winter Olympics sports around London
- The bits of London where the majority rent, mapped
- Richard Deacon at Tate Britain is well curated, but not the most memorable
- New restaurant review: Blackfoot on Exmouth Market
- Innovative x-ray art by Hugh Turvey at Oxo Gallery
- We've been drooling over the sweet treats at new food shop, La Patisserie Des Reves
- The White Carnation at Jermyn Street Theatre is spooktacularly splendid
Things to do
- ALERT: More tours of Aldwych ghost station go on sale tomorrow
- February's London beer festival round-up
- Darwin sculptures go on show at the Grant Museum this week
- Our pick of the quirkier Valentine's events, rated on our 'Sopometer' (there are some film screenings under the railway arches in Vauxhall and the Ealing Music & Film Valentine Festival too)
- The third Sex Appeal charity comedy night takes place on 15 Feb
- Get staked for a vampire symposium in New Cross in March
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