➢ Classics of 80s graffiti revived by campaigning collective in New York
➢ Final spin confirmed for the Technics 1200, the DJ’s top turntable
➢ On this day in 1980 Spandau fired the starting gun for British clubland’s pop hopefuls: dada didi daaa!
➢ A second squadron of high-octane British artists zaps the Saatchi space
➢ Facebook may well be the mother of all networks but one man needs to check his maths
➢ Cool 21st-century branding for Channel 4, but when will it junk those clunky Bladerunner idents?
➢ A step up in the world for graffitist Eine, thanks to Potus and lady friends who shop in high places
➢ Miss Parkin regrets that she said no to Cary… and can’t wait to meet Orson, Lee and Walter
➢ How Keith Richards’s life of debauchery became an inexplicable sign of alien invasion at The Times
➢ 30 years ago today: First survey of their private worlds as the new young trigger a generation gap
➢ 2011: Sade comes home to tour UK but even a cheap seat will cost you £158 !
➢ 1980: The day Spandau signed on the line and changed the sound of British pop
➢ 1980: Rik and pals detonate a timebomb beneath another kind of strip for Soho
➢ 1976: When Iain met Stephen, London traffic stopped and St Martin’s stood still
➢ Britain’s top hatter, Stephen Jones OBE, celebrates 30 years of Jonesmanship