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Monday 5 March 2012

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Tweets on 5 March 2012

[Forum] Anyone know what happened at John Harvard Library today?

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New computer games testing lab in Borough High Street

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[Forum] Bicycle stolen from Henley Drive

via Safari on iOS

Gems on the Thames - London landmarks mirrored in river via @TheSunNewspaper

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Ai Weiwei sunflower seeds bought by @Tate #tateaww

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@jessandstress Sadly Tlon shut down about 3 or 4 years ago. Was a great place.

via Twitter for Mac in reply to jessandstress

Volunteers wanted to form a single file loop around @SiobhanDavies Studios at Elephant as part of @bigdancenews

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See the plans for a 28-storey tower on Albert Embankment designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour:

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Just created a listing for @abitofcrumpet new tea/coffee/cake kiosk in Bermondsey Spa Gardens: - will add photo soon

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The Kernel brewery: Proving size doesn't matter via @HumansInvent

via Tweet Button

Work in urban design? Passionate about new buildings & spaces in Southwark? Volunteers wanted for design review panel

via Twitter for Mac

Tooley Street RT @Cath_McDonald: Just walked past a Cabbies Against Boris demo

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Ray Mears building a camp fire in Potters Fields Park this morning: via @LucyHart

via Twitter for Mac

RT @jonathanhope1: Recital @ Southwark Cathedral today (5 Mar) at 1.10pm. Music by Bowen, Bach, Dupre and Widor. Free admission

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