Dropping Meals

Font Cafe does something very ordinary in an extraordinary way. On its menu, you will find French toast, but it looks decidedly different at Font. Somewhere under all that is bread. This version of French toast looks like a combination of Andy Bowdy’s gelato servings . . . . . . And Massimo Bottura’s famous […]

Success and You

In good music news, singer / songwriter, Toni Watson, aka Tones and I, has come from nowhere to be absolutely enormous with her track, Dance Monkey, becoming a hit the world over. Released in May 2019, the song was quietly released to the world, was first picked by local radio stations and then went viral […]

Courting A New Design

The Brooklyn Nets court design was a favourite among basketball fans. However it was due a refresh and the franchise commissed an updated look. Looking good on television was a factor as well as staying in the hearts of fans. After a long process and a few iterations, the final design is distinctive, evocative of […]

Beautifully Useless

Something to add to our useless stuff to have in the home: A sponge holder. Granted, sponges are kind of gross when one contemplates on the half life of germs, but the solution is not a rather fetching ceramic holder. Available in a range of colours the device may allow you to dry our your […]

The First of the Last

The Museum of Santa Maria Novella is drawing some much needed attention to women artists with the restoration and display of Plautilla Nelli’s “Last Supper.” One of the first paintings of the famous biblical scene painted by a woman. Painted about 70 years after Da Vinci’s famous work, Melli’s version is being displayed to the public […]

Bound for Small Tea.

After mixed results at the box office and luke-warm critics response Emilia Clarke is probably on the right track in expressing her preference for future projects that are little more low-key. Clarke’s turns at Star Wars and Terminator were well and truly aimed at high box office returns. Neither delivered. Yet her new film Last […]