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By Kay Lockett
In a marriage of music and science, fragments of DNA will be conveyed in sound underneath the bows of the Cutty Sark.
The Smith Quartet will be performing a concert, with music based on genetic science, in a new performance space as part of 2013 Royal Greenwich International String Quartet Festival, hosted by Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
The arrival of a marching band from the USA in Canada Square Park on Thursday evening kicked off the beginning of a summer of events at Canary Wharf.
From the University of Southern California, the USC Trojan Marching Band attracted a crowd consisting mainly of Wharf-based Americans.
Tower Hamlets' Mayor Lutfur Rahman is to allow corporate and commercial events in three Isle of Dogs parks sparking fears that local communities will find their access restricted.
Millwall Park, Sir John McDougal Gardens and Island Gardens are among a number of parks in the borough to be hired out, raising up to £200,000 a year for the Council.
By John Biggs
It was always going to be difficult to meet the demand for Olympic tickets.
If managed like a pop concert it would have sold out in about one minute.
And so the system was meant to be fair by being blind.
1. Get back to nature
Cuddle up to some spring lambs and fluffy Easter chicks at Mudchute Park and Farm. The largest city farm in London boasts 32 acres of countryside in the middle of the Isle of Dogs to share with friendly fur and feathered creatures. Admission is free.
Go to mudchute.org.