London has many spectacular private spaces in which you can create the ideal Christmas party. But don't delay. You've got six weeks to go.
This is an urgent appeal to all those of you who love the Ireland of old, the land of people who smiled and had time, sat around a fire sorting out the problems of the world, had hearty food in surroundings that hadn’t changed for many years.
Seriously. How depressing is this? You're sitting in the office while it's pitch black outside, realising you still have to work three more hours, when all you want to do is cuddle up on your couch with a duvet and a big bowl of comfort food (usually found in forms of simple carbohydrates).
Flashdance spawned several hit songs and started a dance craze. Leg warmers and aerobics were all the rage. Margaret Thatcher was PM and Ronald Reagan was President, Tokyo Disneyland opened, and Nintendo went on sale in Japan. It was 1983.
This morning I was attending a Bikram yoga class. Hyped by possibly the most scary fitness guru of all time (Madonna), Bikram yoga is more than your average stretching class for frutarians in harem pants. Bikram is boot camp.
"It doesn’t get any better then this!" shouts TV Chef and entrepreneur John Torode on the Masterchef television show. But is he referring to his landmark bar/restaurant - the now legendary Smiths of Smithfields (SOS) - or the relative newcomer that is the Luxe in Spitalfieds?
Remember that time I boldly winked back? It resulted in a message. A very short one, but a message never the less. A few more go back and forth, he asks me if I would call him, and he gives me his number. Mild panic. Obviously I had not thought that far ahead.
In case you haven't noticed, there are only 58 days till Christmas. Now, that freaks me out a little bit (and I'm not just referring to all those upcoming over-indulgent client lunches, dinners, parties, mulled wines and mince pies).
Very recent history makes its way onto the big screen with The Social Network, documenting the birth of Facebook. Too soon? Not at all. Good? Too good to be true, in fact.
"Can you outline the page numbers to the right side instead of the middle?"
Taylor Swift is known for many things: her chart-topping hits, a long list of ex-boyfriends among them. Now, she's carving out a name for herself as a multi-million dollar powerhouse.
The out-of-favour Watford star posted a picture of himself on social media with the club legend.
Leaked emails from Sony mention a deal for the rights to an animated feature film of Super Mario Bros. video game franchise.