I mean really, have you ever had dinner at Gaucho or the Hawksmoor and not had steak left over? Whether you bring it home or not might be the better question.
You're looking at your watch, consulting the set list from a recent Fleetwood Mac gig in Dublin and thinking: it has to happen soon. We're running out of songs.
Argo, in that it is about an American misadventure in unstable foreign climes.
Kanye West has blown his top at US chat-show host Jimmy Kimmel.
In the downward trajectory of late-era Allen comes a startling spike to remind us how great he still can be, especially when it comes to women's roles.
Raf Simons was hired by Christian Dior to win back an audience that had fallen out of love with this most venerable of Paris fashion houses in the wake of the ugly John Galliano scandal.
Two young girls are snatched right outside their homes and their parents, along with the police, frantically try to find them in the very dramatic and highly suspenseful new film, Prisoners.
With autumn well and truly under way, the time has come for us to purchase what is arguably the biggest investment of the year; a coat!
Or: The Ultimate Tomato Sauce with Meat for Spaghetti Bolognese, Taco Salad, and Lasagne. (Yes, for all of them!)
I ran into a friend on the street this past spring. "Oh!" I said. "I didn't realise you played tennis." She replied: "I don't," then offered no explanation as to why she was wearing a little skirt.
The opera house in Gothenburg, on the rocky west coast of Sweden, sits docked like a galleon in the harbour.
Four years ago, the death of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs triggered a global expression of mourning of a depth and duration that Oscar-winning documentary-maker Alex Gibney found hard to explain.
It is rated by some as one of the greatest injustices in scientific history. For others, it is a storm in an academic teacup, a distraction from the real story of the uncovering of the structure of DNA, the stuff from which our genes are made.