The featured article this week is the Imperial War Museum, more than just a collection of militaristic trinkets of imperialist conquest, though you know, there's that. Actually it's a very engaging museum that surveys all of the worst of humanity but in an interesting way.
There's a new article in the form of unspectacular high street pub The Duke of York, just off Oxford Street and Bond Street in Mayfair. And a second for Scnitzel Chicken and More, an Israeli restaurant in West Hampstead, which you would visit if you felt like schnitzel, or chicken, or chicken schnitzel.
Finally some lingering GBG 2015 pub updates: The Hare and Billet in Blackheath featuring mislabelled stew and Belgian bottled beers; The Earl Haig, which is in Bexleyheath; The Door Hinge, a tiny Welling micropub, friendly and with ales on stillage by brewers you probably don't know; and The New Cross Turnpike, which is not in New Cross but also in Welling, a skylit Wetherspoons.