Monthly Archives: November 2010

My Glittering Life

It seemed like a good idea at the time. I was going to a gallery opening to see paintings by Trademark, who portrays the famous and infamous (he’s produced canvasses of everyone from Divine to Michael Alig). Paul Burston, the novelist and Time Out editor, had become the subject of one of the pictures, and […]

A Patriot Explains

I have had a fascination with American economics and politics ever since Watergate (I was at school then and read every book on the subject I could lay my hands on). The Tea Party is the most interesting (and disturbing) new development in US politics since then. You may have seen this viral when it […]

A Guide To London Greetings