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COMMENTby Angela Clarke
A number of Wharf establishments are celebrating the North American holiday of Thanksgiving this week.
Traditionally its a time of thanksgiving for this year's harvest. Obviously.
Clear the decks, grab the children, make a note - there's a new tradition elbowing its way into Christmas schedules.
Fashion shows will take over the Wharf this Thursday as the annual Canary Wharf Winter Fashion Event returns.
1 Winter fashion at Canary Wharf
Winter's here so you need to update your wardrobe, of course.
COMMENTby Angela Clarke
Scientists have landed a robot on a comet. The Philea robot was launched 10 years ago. It travelled a total of 6.4billion kilometres to reach its destination.
COMMENTBy Tabitha Ronson
I was called in to see Master A's teacher at pick-up on Friday. Although small in stature, she has an almighty presence and is thoroughly intimidating.
She just has to look at me, with her withering stare, to reduce me to a quivering wreck. Heaven knows how my little boy survives in class.
With a packed Christmas programme already under way, Canary Wharf Group's chief administrative officer Camille Waxer tells us what Wharfers can see this year.
National Theatre, Lyttelton
John starts off a bleak and harrowing portrait of a life beginning badly.
Aspers is giving you the chance to win a Christmas package for four, worth up to £180. It includes a three course traditional festive meal, bubbly, a glass of wine and free bets.
Shopping channel QVC revealed in recent research that Brits will spend an average of £831.95 each this festive season.
How We Got To Now
Steven Johnson (Penguin)
The world is rich with academics with a good turn of phrase exploring the history of ideas and innovations, making the mundane endlessly fascinating.
City Cruises, London's number one sightseeing operator on the Thames, is offering readers the chance to win a Christmas party like no other this festive season - afloat on the River Thames in the heart of London.
Rosa's in Hanbury Street, Spitalfields, has quite a story - a cafe once frequented by artists Gilbert and George is now welcoming the likes of Russell Brand, Billie Piper and Kiera Knightly.
Paddington Bear Afternoon Tea
The Shard, London Bridge.
There's only one thing that's going to draw diners' attention away from Aqua Shard's truly spectacular views of London.
1 Christmas market at Canary Wharf
The decorations are already in the Canary Wharf malls and from Monday the estate will get its own Christmas market.