Your Sunday morning best of Londonist weekly round-up.
The People Who Sell CDs on the Street
A front for something else?
This 17th Century Prostitute Had Quite the Party Trick
You won't believe what her party trick was...
13 Buildings London Has Lost Since 2001
Wembley Stadium, Earls Court... some real biggies.
Visit This Roman Temple Beneath the City of London
Entry is free.
The Quirkiest Things Lurking in the Overground's Arches
In honour of the Overground's 10th birthday.
Fancy One of 200 Free Tickets to the Christmas Eat & Drink Festival?
Foodies: you won't want to miss this.
Ride a Tube Train Out to a Lighthouse
Old tube carriages are in use in Alderney
London Has an Adult Ball Pit. So We Jumped Right In, Obviously
Too many balls? No such thing
Meet the Islington Chocolate House That Makes It Own Chocolate on Site
Vegan marshmallows, vegan cake, vegan whipped cream...
Can You Build a Better London Underground Than Us?
Harder than you think.
London's Best Food and Drink Openings in November
Where Were London's First Traffic Lights?
Robot? Alien? No, it's London's first traffic lights
What's It Like Being One of London's Rickshaw Drivers?
"The driver wanted to take me to an apartment to meet beautiful ladies".
Why We Should Save Victoria Tower Gardens
What's the cost of losing green spaces?
Alexandra Palace's Bittersweet Wartime History
A difficult part of Britain's past.
Want a Day of Culture? Follow Our Guide for a Great Day of Museums and Galleries With a National Art Pass
From fun to reflective - we've got your art day sorted.
The Safe Ticket Selling Platform All Gig Lovers Should Know About
Get dosh for your unwanted tickets pronto
A Closer Look at London's Fad for Unicorn Food
We'll be a long time coming down from this sugar high.
Have You Spotted the Mysterious Waving Rabbit of Barnes?
Well he seems friendly enough.
Sink Your Teeth Into a Larder Great Greek Food
Leave room for the mahlepi mousse
Have You Tasted London's Original Halloumi Fries?
Yet another excuse to visit Camden Market
Would You Use This Planned New River Crossing?
Connecting the homes of Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf businesses
100 Years On, Tate Looks Back at the Russian Revolution
We're all Russian-ed out
This Is Where Museum of London's New Home Will Be
One of London's oldest markets, transformed.
Ever Heard of the London Monster, the Precursor to Jack the Ripper?
Some women put pots and pans in their skirts to protect themselves
Users of Victoria Tube Station: A Sneak Peek Behind the New Ticket Hall
Eight new lifts, nine new escalators, 20 new ticket gates.
Take a Peek Inside the Crystal Maze Live Experience
We may have got a little over-excited
How Can Venom Kill and Cure Us? A Fascinating a New Exhibition
Terrifying, grisly and fascinating.
The Initial Charm of the Diary of a Nobody Wears Off Too Quickly
Neither cutting edge theatre nor ribald wit.
Forget the West End, Camden's Where It's at When It Comes to Restaurants
From South African grub to Chicago ribs.
We're Not Impressed by the King or Prince as We Wonder 'Where's the Music?'
Time for some purple rain, uh-huh.
We're a Fan of the Puns at This Sherry Bar
One of three bars at this tiny hotel
Do Not Resuscitate: Am I Dead Yet?
This one should be left in theatre purgatory.
Meet the London Hairdresser That Doubles as a Bar
Ever fancied a drink or two at the hairdressers? You're not alone
Take a Tour of London's Quirky Bookshops
Discover places you never knew were there.
Meet the World's Smallest Chef at New 3D Dining Experience
Storytelling just got seriously delicious.
Look What's Been Found Living in the Thames
Not bad for a river once declared 'dead'
This Show Will Put You Off Scrambled Eggs for Life
Eat your dinner before going to see this
Read Our Review of a Creative Ballet Triple Bill at the Royal Opera House
For people who aren't afraid of some non-traditional ballet
Rummage Through the Creative Cocktail Menu at Portobello Star
Notting Hill gets a worthy addition to its cocktail scene.
All the Victoria Cross Recipients From London During the First World War
A hero on your street?
This Performance of Coriolanus Has Parallels to Modern-Day Politics
Shakespeare in modern dress, with good reason.
This Is What Happened When the Walking Dead Joined the Commute
And you thought your commute was bad.
Oxford Street to Be Pedestrianised by End of 2018?
Coinciding with Crossrail launch.