GREAT to see so many restaurants taking pride in where their ingredients come from.
TALKING slippers - whatever will they think of next?
NOTICE how the Italian term barista is being used more frequently?
BIT blowy yesterday, but hardly merited the television news panic of a "weather bomb" hitting the country.
More on toilet rolls.
FORMER England international player Terry Butcher is the bookies' favourite to return as manager of Motherwell.
A PUB quiz in Glasgow the other night where the young quizmaster read out:
SCOTS actor and writer Tony Roper recalls in his just published autobiography, I'll No Tell You Again, that despite being a Celtic fan he appeared in a comedy sketch on the show Naked Radio as a Celtic director, when the club had a reputation for parsimony, taking all the empty bottles from the terracing to the local shop to get money back on the empties.
SCOTS broadcaster Paul Coia has come up with what he reckons is the best excuse he has received for a tradesman not getting in touch.
THE HERALD story abut a rehabilitation clinic in Ayrshire offering meditation reminds reader Bob Jarvie:
THE death of Motown singer What Becomes of the Broken Hearted Jimmy Ruffin reminds Glasgow-born broadcaster Paul Coia of once introducing Jimmy on live television.
NICOLA Sturgeon is the new First Minister.