Toronto’s illustrious mayor was captured on camera putting on a bizarre patois monologue for customers at the eatery in the Canadian city
The Blur frontman will unveil his debut solo album at the two-day event
Mr Selfridge re-established its reputation as Downton’s racier cousin
Saints slap big price tag on highly-rated left back
The United coach was seen in the stands during Rayo Vallecano's 1-0 victory at Getafe
Irvine is sentenced to six months behind bars in an Italian court
The 1950s was a transitional decade for black actresses in Hollywood. Though good roles were scarce, in 1952 the death of Hattie McDaniel, Hollywood's favourite Mammy, coincided with Ethel Waters' bravura performance in Fred Zinnemann's offbeat drama The Member of the Wedding. However, though Waters' top-billed role was acclaimed by the critics, it was one of her last. A few years later, when the producer Ross Hunter remade the 1930s melodrama Imitation of Life, he considered Waters for the challenging role of Annie Johnson, Lana Turner's maid and confidante, but by then the actress was considered a has-been. It was the film's director, Douglas Sirk, who recommended Juanita Moore for the role.
Everly died in California following complications from lung disease
Corey Anderson hit the fastest century in one-day international history for New Zealand against West Indies in Queenstown. The 23-year-old all-rounder took just 36 balls to reach three figures, beating the previous record of 37 by Pakistan's Shahid Afridi which had stood for 17 years.
John Fortune was the comedian and satirist best known for his work on the long-running television comedy series Bremner, Bird and Fortune, together with fellow comics Rory Bremner and John Bird, that ran for 16 series from 1999 to 2010.
The DJ was awarded the honour for his services to music and broadcasting
Cardiff were cruising at 2-0 up but two goals in final stages gives Sunderland a share of the points
Another great Lucan mystery: how could ITV make this story so boring?
It’s pantomime season, so let’s embrace the theme, with a cast of traditional stock characters. To cheer for, we have a couple of home-grown food heroes, Huw Gott and Will Beckett, whose excellent Hawksmoor group of steak restaurants recently scored a multi-million-pound investment from a private equity firm, taking the affable duo from bar-owners to moguls in a few short years. Their first opening since the buyout is called Foxlow, a casual neighbourhood eatery in the creative hub of Clerkenwell.
Tan has already expressed his unhappiness at Mackay's public admission that he wants to spend more money in January but assistant manager David Kerslake appeared to address the media this morning
The Gunners' squad are given the night off to celebrate their Christmas party in style