Best Of Londonist: 14 November 2021

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Best Of Londonist: 14 November 2021

Your weekly Londonist round-up.

Get 50% Off London Transport Museum Posters This Weekend

Snap up stunning and iconic London artworks for your home. (Sponsor)

A trio of posters

Warm Your Cockles At London's Best Winter Drinking Pop-Ups And Cosy Bars 2021

Igloos, rooftops and a rotating pub.

Did You Know There's A Replica 'Eros' Statue In Lancashire?


How To Donate Your Coats To London's Homeless This Winter

If you have a winter coat to spare, consider donating it through Wrap Up London.

Coats on a rail, various colours and desirabilities.

Climate Change Is Affecting The River Thames, According To This New Report

Wildlife in the Thames is recovering, but sewage and climate change pose a threat.

Inspired By Brunel: New Homes Are Built To Last With Fast Rail Links And Plenty Of Heritage

Live somewhere with transport AND engineering links. (Sponsor)

A pathway passes through young trees, and contains a few people. In the distance, the highrises of London loom over a river scene.

Covid-19: A Summary Of The Coronavirus Pandemic In London So Far

It's been a long 21 months...

Be An Office Christmas Party Sensation In One Of These Festive Tops

We've got tea towels, too.

Southwark's Statue Of Alfred The Great Is Much Older Than We Thought

He has the legs of a goddess... literally.

When Will Crossrail Open? An Update On The Latest Elizabeth Line Plans

The situation as it currently stands.

A purple and blue TfL roundel with ELIZABETH LINE written on it.

Did You Know The USA Has A Thames Too?

It's in the city of New London.

An old colour postcard showing a bridge spanning a river of irregular width. We can see mudflats in the distance.

Why Woolwich Reach May Be Your Answer To Getting On The Property Ladder

Swish homes with riverside views and handy transport connections. (Sponsor)

A mid-rise residential tower standing in park land

Pick Your Own Christmas Tree At These Festive Farms In And Around London

Chop chop.

A family group in their winter woollens pull up an unsuspecting Christmas tree

When Bob Dylan Accidentally Hung Out With A Plumber In Crouch End... Or Did He?

The answer, my friend, is blowin' in the wind.

It's Bob Dylan, in a boater hat, singing into a microphone with a dark coloured stage behind him.

Heard Big Ben Chiming This Week? This Is Why

It's a one-off event.

Help TfL To Decide Which Tube Stations Will Get Step-Free Access Next

TfL wants your opinion.

Last Updated 14 November 2021