WORDS TO THE WISE: quotes from our July 10 edition
I was sitting there and then all of a sudden I heard a bang and a football landed in the middle of the table. It knocked me backwards. The sugar pot smashed and there was glass everywhere. It was a shock. Shirley Phillips confirms that dining al fresco at
I was sitting there and then all of a sudden I heard a bang and a football landed in the middle of the table. It knocked me backwards. The sugar pot smashed and there was glass everywhere. It was a shock.
Shirley Phillips confirms that dining al fresco at the Swiss Cottage Community Centre cafe has become decidedly perilous because footballers on the nearby five-a-side football pitch can't shoot straight.
I photographed Lee 'Scratch' Perry in 2003. He turned up for a rare visit and I went to shake his hand. He said, 'I don't shake hands' and grinned and said, 'I touch elbows'.
Photographer Ron Vester, well known to Ham&High readers for his photographs of wildlife on Hampstead Heath, has put together a fascinating exhibition of pictures he took of reggae music greats at the famous Studio One in Jamaica.
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Four streetwise lads wandered over thinking it was something to do with football. But they stayed to the end, and as they left said: 'Where can we go and see this sort of thing?' That's what happens.
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