The straw bales are back -- hanging from the wobbly bridge later this month.
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Ticket booking to visit some Crossrail building sites will open tomorrow (Tues 1st Sept), so consider this blog post a reminder to keep an eye on the Crossrail website. Edit — the page went live, telling people to come back…
Looks like The Shard is up to something, as they will be testing some lighting effects over the weekend in the early hours.
Roman London's amphitheater was a place where men and women crossed its threshold to embrace death or duty. But who were these people?
There is a work of art that is as baffling as it is pointless sitting on street behind an office block near Euston.
Over the next few months, the UCL in central London is hosting a number of eclectic film nights in their various museums.
The list of venues opening for this year's Open House Weekend will be revealed next Friday (14th Aug).
During the month of August, Penguin (the book firm) is giving away free book extracts and author interviews as part of a campaign to celebrate its 80th birthday.
Joining in the habit of releasing old footage from news archives and putting it online to earn a crust of advertising is the Associated Press, with their British Movietone news reels.
This Friday (31st July) marks the first Blue Moon to be seen over London -- well, the entire planet actually -- since 2012.
There sits inside the British Museum a collection of bank notes and coinage -- and an exceptionally rare Dr Who branded bank note.
Is it ever wrong to wear socks with sandals? It may surprise you to learn that not only can it be acceptable, but indeed can be mandatory.
Next Saturday, there will be a chance to wander around HMS St Albans which will be in Docklands on a visit.
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