Today marks the 250th anniversary of the government shooting dead rioters in Southwark.
Adoring crowds worshiping 1980s computer monitors as mothers to be stare at smartphone screens and dejected computerised youths slump in the street. This is an exhibition by the Belfast based street artist and printmaker, Leo Boyd.
It looks like an ordinary, if rather nicer than average, bus shelter, but this is in fact the UK's first transparent glass solar powered bus shelter.
One of the periodic reports from TfL has been released with details of ongoing network upgrades across the networks it controls over the past few months. If you’ve ever wondered what goes on when the lines are closed at weekends, this will inform you.
If you want to attend the memorial service being held in Westminster Abbey next month to celebrate the life of Professor Stephen Hawking, then a public ballot opens today.
What looks like an abandoned rubbish skip now overflowing with plants growing in the rubble is actually a specially planted metal box garden.
There appears to be a Twitter bot farm, with nearly 130,000 fake accounts that are targetting London accounts, including the Mayor of London, the Evening Standard and a number of listings websites and venues.
Three days of trees in May. A festival to celebrate that great shade creator, pollution cleaner, pleasure giver, the urban tree.
From early days with tents for terminal buildings, through to a glimpse at a possible future, a new display has opened, showing off a concise history of Heathrow Airport.
Next month will be a chance to ride trains along a rarely used bit of track, and raise money for a worthy charity at the same time.
A modest, but potentially important upgrade to the entrance to Victoria tube station is being planned, to make it more obvious that it is in fact, an entrance.
It's 1930s America, the country is in recession, and photographers are sent out to record what is going on, only to have much of their work censored.
A narrow alley that provides a convenient link between two parallel roads, and which as far as I can tell, has never been used by St Augustine.
The sprawling Tesco superstore and car park in Kennington could be replaced with blocks of flats, if approval is given to redevelop the site.
Gin, Umbrella Jousting, Gin, Three-Trousered Limbo, Gin, Moustache Wrestling, Gin, Quill Throwing, Gin and Bounders.
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