On the face of it, it was a week in which the great rock'n'roll swindle was in full swing.
The culture of the celebrity chefs is a recent, but now constant, feature of UK life. Those at the very top of the foodie chain enjoy considerable fame and fortune; perhaps not in the same league as actors and rock stars, but certainly on par with top footballers.
Research done by a Dutch dating site came up with some interesting points. Apparently, on a first date, men prefer women to be dressed casual rather than in a revealing outfit. I’m not sure whether this might be a Dutch thing, but it did make me wonder. What should you wear on a first date?
"I'm not really a lawyer. I'm just a hipster, lounging about in this office chair."
There are lots of good movies at the cinema now, but The Fighter stands out from the crowd. Why?
One of the questions people often ask me is why I insist on focussing on City bars. After all, as these folks are quick to remind me, there are many great bars all over London which clearly I either haven’t been too, or simply haven’t heard of.
In what is the most depressing movie of the year, Biutiful tells the story of a man who has very little time to live.
As the entertainment world sheds a tear over the coming departure of Daily Show anchor Jon Stewart, Ross Levinsohn, former Yahoo interim CEO and board member of multiple of media companies, sees a potential opportunity. He says someone should pay Stewart a $100 million a year to bring the show direct to viewers.
Wheat, buckwheat or chestnut flour? Milk, double cream or beer in the batter? Do they need any flavourings – and what do you dollop on top?
Out in June, their third album is ‘about trying to learn how live, and how to love in the world rather than trying to escape from it’