The weekend is your oyster
But since you aren't moving on, we will. After all, Paris Hilton has been arrested for drunk driving and explained herself on live radio. At least somebody has the guts to face the music. So, yes Lemar, there is some justice in this world. If only we could get Kate Moss back together with lothario, Russell Brand, named the UK's Most Stylish Man at this week's GQ awards. Because maybe once we see a newborn clad in sass & bide skinny jeans will we be able to react to Suri's toupee with a strand of belief. And on that note we have the 6th edition of City Slicker's 'Week's Action, Weekend Reaction.'
1) Annoyed by how quickly the Earth's axis tilts, leaving us little time to enjoy the last few weeks of the sun season? React by getting in early on Britain's native oyster season, and head to Hay's Galleria, near London Bridge, for the annual oyster and seafood festival. This weekend, the covered shopping centre will host a veritable sea of shucked oysters, dressed crabs, lobsters and the pot (sorry lot). Champagne, Pimms and Guinness will also be on offer to wash down those jellied eels. And whilst at Hay's Galleria have a nose in The Riverside Bookshop, Bermondsey's answer to Daunt Books. 8-10 Sept.
2) Has yesterday's unveiling of Foster's and Roger's new World Trade Center towers left you feeling inspired? React by heading to the Barbican's Future City exhibit and fire up your sparked interest in megastructures and the modern wonder that across the world gargantuan schemes are being realised. Until 17 Sept.
3) Is all of the hype surrounding Justin Trousersnake's new priapic album making you cry out for music by real artistes? React by heading to a gig at the Spitz Festival of Folk. With outright legends like Davey Graham (9th Sept) and awe inspiring young talent like Bat for Lashes (12 Sept) your time will truely feel 'Justified'. The latter's lead singer, Natasha Khan, has been dubbed a cross between Sinead O'Connor and Bjork and is sensually provocative, and well, batty. But if you miss them at the Spitz or just want to be Boy Scout prepared, their debut album, 'Fur and Gold', will be released across good London music stores this Monday.