I have been poring through the small print of the snappily
entitled Financial Statement and Budget Report 1997-98, the Treasury Bible better known as the Red Book.
Nevertheless, Siman, accompanied by his friend Dorothy, a homosexual lady editor at Playboy, and sometimes by Elly, a crunchy eating-disorders clinic counselor, is on a mission: snappily
written and admirably democratic, the book does no discriminate according to age, class, or sexual preference: from dudes at Chippendales, to runway personality Billy Beyond, to fashion-world darling Todd Oldham's mother, to extra-skinny photographer Corinne Day, ex-model and discoverer of waif-model sensation Kate Moss.
The principals are also established stars with BOST, from Jessica Walters's likeable Sarah and Linzi Stefanov's Marilyn Monroe-styled Miss Adelaide to Tony Prince's snappily
dressed Sky Masterson and Chris Simmons's bellowing Nathan Detroit.
COMEDIAN Richard Herring's latest live solo show is the snappily
titled We're All Going To Die!
STANDBY for the North-east tourism Oscars, snappily
named Aberdeen City and Shire Tourism Awards (ACSTA) - designed to" recognise operators who deliver an outstanding experience to business and leisure travellers." Actually it's not the outstanding ones I care about.
Also a welcome treat was the snappily
dressed skiffle band - The Craze - who kicked off the performance and popped up at various points during the night.
The early bonding scenes of them tracking redneck villains (Django relishes the fact he can make money killing "white folk") are amusingly and snappily
sketched central characters are brought together by mutual friend Cigdem (Tugce Tamer).
Originally released in January, it's been snappily
updated and is out for Apple and Android.
SOME bright spark in Warwickshire CCC's marketing department evidently believes that a snappily
alternative new name, the Birmingham Bears, will make the Twenty20 side sound more appealing.
These are the snappily
named Tenancy Deposit Schemes (Scotland) Regulations 2011.
So the news that the snappily
named North Liverpool City Fringe Employment and Investment programme has won pounds 25m from the government's Regional Growth Fund is a cause for great optimism.