A while back, Tom asked me for a report on where the Loop program stands and I didn't give a clear answer. In the meanwhile several other people have expressed interest in what the current status of LQG is. It has become a little clearer recently because abstracts of the talks being given at the Warsaw GR20 conference have been posted. I'll give a sampling of them (one can get an idea from them of which problems are being addressed and what progress has recently been made.) The triennial GR conference is being held this year in Warsaw 7-13 July. http://gr20-amaldi10.edu.pl/index.php?id=18 [Broken] Somewhat over 600 participants, presenting talks in a number of different parallel sessions. The parallel sessions in which I notice Loop researchers presenting papers are: A3 modified gravity A4 complex and conformal methods D1 LQG and spin foams D3 caussets, cdt, ngc, and other D4 qft on curved, semiclassical, qg pheno, analog gravity Joint Session (D1+D2+D4) on quantum mechanics of BH evaporation There are 36 abstracts shown in session D1, and other LQG talks not confined to D1 are scattered elsewhere, in the other sessions. I can only give a small sample here which I'll try to make representative of interesting recent developments. From that sample (and from abstracts of talks to be given at Loops 2013) we should be able to form some impression of the current status and progress in the field.