THE half-Scottish folk-rock band Hunter & The Bear, who supported Recently, they had an "amazing" day at the Off the Tracks festival at
When it came to their music, however, the band didn't receive universal approval. A four-year old boy showed his displeasure "by taking off his trousers and peeing on the stage apron before being whisked away by his mother".
We can only hope this is a trend that does not catch on among adults attending shows at the Hydro.
TIM Malseed got off a bus at
Tim says: "This sales guy said to me, 'Have you considered buying life insurance? What would happen to your loved ones if you died?'
"I know the streets of
FURTHER to our stories about bar staff,
Intrigued, he walks inside. "What d'you want?" says the barman, testily.
The bloke asks for the advertised special. With ill grace the barman chucks a greasy pie on to the counter and sloshes a pint down next to it.
"What about the kind word ?" says the bloke, bemused.
The barman looks around and leans across the counter. He whispers: "Don't eat the pie."
AMIDST the tumult on
PRIOR to the verdict being announced, comedian
"They should throw the book at Suarez," he tweeted. "Cookery book - tasty alternatives."
SPEAKING of the World Cup,
AND finally - if you're looking for that perfect, undemanding beach-read this summer, may we recommend a small, newly published book from
Titled The Wit and Wisdom of
You will have guessed by now that every one of the book's pages is blank.
THE half-Scottish folk-rock band Hunter & The Bear, who supported
Recently, they had an "amazing" day at the Off the Tracks festival at