The mayor finally needs to offer a compelling account of the city he wants London to be.
We should start to think about how to design our cities as if they mattered.
Bim Adewunmi contemplates Hackney's inevitable gentrification.
Tate Britain has collated pictures of London by foreign photographers from 1930 to 1980. Our photography editor Rebecca McClelland asked a new generation of artists to reinterpret the images and capture the city today. With an introduction by Sukhdev Sand
The NS's pop critic picks the ten best songs about the capital.
Maurice Glasman recalls gloomy weekends in Palmers Green.
Stuart Marconie is tired of all the fuss devoted to a southern town.
Sarah Sands insists no other city can compete with the capital.
Dorian Lynskey celebrates the Rough Trade record shop.