Yogi Berra was as famous for his turn of phrase as he was for playing baseball. Simmy Richman looks at the strange and strained relationship between sporting folk and syntax
And the NME has gone free...
The band had points docked from a music contest and were told they might 'use their sultry to draw in the crowds' by a group of all-male judges
There's also a German Enigma coding machine from the 1930s going up against an Apple-1 computer at auction
The West End show is 'a dream come true' for Lee, who lost her nine-year-old granddaughter to leukaemia
The Eulogy of Toby Peach depicts the writer's journey with Hodgkin’s lymphoma
Jeremy Vine's companion got more than he bargained for at an album launch show
Make mine a Stella
Hodgson has again married immaculate research to the rip-roaring pace of the modern thriller
Unfortunately, instead of on ITV, it's a one-day event in a pub...
Now feels like a good time to highlight a new venture that trades off the idea that everybody has a tale to tell
Of all the projects vying for donations through sites such as Kickstarter, the one that attracted the most column inches last week was an eye-catching plan to put an upmarket and healthy fried-chicken shop in the heart of Tottenham, north London.
“How Millennials Consume Content” might not be the most promising title for a report, but a recent OnePoll survey does reveal the surprising fact that people aged between 18 and 34 in the UK and the US overwhelmingly prefer reading books on paper (71 per cent) to electronic devices.
At 83, Irvin D Yalom is an unorthodox and tireless practioner of what he calls 'existential therapy'
The phrase “Every picture tells a story” is particularly true for the Sri Lankan-born artist and writer Roma Tearne.