TOM Russell was recently thrilled to receive a package in the post from his old friend, Bob Dylan. Dylan had his people send his fellow songwriter a case of his new Heaven’s Door whiskey. Wrapped around the bottles were the lyrics to ‘Blowin’ In The Wind’, stylised so that it seemed Dylan had himself scribbled all over the printed words with a pen.
Polling stations have opened across the country for the marriage equality and presidential age referendums, and eight year-old Cork boy has received high praise from Golf number one Rory McIlroy, the Sterling saga is set to roll on for the summer, and a magnitude 4.2 earthquake has struck the UK, east of London.
YOU know you’ve made it when Jerry Seinfeld phones to take you for a jaunt on his show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Todd Barry, who will perform in Dublin and Galway later this month, joined America’s comedy royalty, including Tina Fey, Mel Brooks and Larry David, for coffee and a chat with Seinfeld (who picks the ride) in a red 1966 MGB Roadster sports car.