If it’s news to me, it must be news to you!‘
A shorter than usual Sunday Round-up – either I’m losing my sense of humour or the world is getting far too serious.
But is it art? A Turin-based artist has spent months sculpting a life-size Fiat 500 car out of a 15-tonne block of white marble that he sees as a critique of today’s consumerist, throw-away society.
Living Dead: Authorities in Lake Worth, Florida, worried residents when they included a zombie warning during a recent power outage.
Outtake: Such a joyous occasion last weekend, but here is how it might have looked if all hadn’t gone to plan.
Goal! There have been some strange and stunning goal-scoring this week (sorry Liverpool) but none stranger than Louis MacLachlan’s straight from the kick-off in the U-14s Scottish Cup final on the right.
Grammar tip of the week: ‘A double negative is a complete no-no.’ – Kathy Lette.
An airside air: La Guardia Airport has two writers-in-residence who will compose poems tailored for passengers passing through with only the time of the flight to complete and then texted when they land. And its free.
Brief lives: Man Booker Prize-winning novelist Philip Roth; Broadway musical star Patricia Morison; Chinese museum curator Zhao Kangmin who unearthed the Terracotta Army and; Cheyanne star Clint Walker;