Bob Dylan

“This is what is known as an apostrophe catastrophe,” notes reader Nigel Robinson.

Herald Diary: When in Rome, don't do as this Roman did
Reader Lisa Norton because she gets in touch from Rome, which is slightly warmer than chilly Alba, while the local architecture is perhaps a tad prettier than Glasgow city centre. (Though it should be noted that Sauchiehall Street currently looks surprisingly similar to Rome’s Colosseum, for both are now crumblier than a dusty pack of digestive biscuits discovered lurking in the dark recesses of the bread-bin.)