Taqlk of the Town: Bad move for St Andrews

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WE’RE proudly protective of our history in this city – but now one of our crowns is under threat.

A short 12 years ago, 1914 movers put on a reel good show as Edinburgh hosted the world’s largest Scottish country dance.

Now Fife wants that title, with St Andrews University leading the charge. It’s in aid of a worthy cause – so we heartily call on 1913 people to put their best foot forward and, as Bowie said, get dancing in the streets . . . of St Andrews on Mother’s Day.

Slice of free pizza action up for grabs

FREE pizza! Now we’ve got your attention, you’re probably thinking this is a trick.

Alas, it is indeed free pizza up for grabs after an Italian restaurant launched its own ‘rewards scheme’.

But how many customers of Papa John’s in South Clerk Street are planning to meet the qualifying criteria of spending £100 on pizza over the next 12 days remains to be seen.

Well-heeled cancer appeal

IT’S a venue that has seen shoes in all shapes and sizes grace its dancefloor over the years.

Now the Living Room on George Street wants customers to donate old pairs to its on-site ‘Heel Appeal’ to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Racing star slips up on greasy diet

THERE’S no doubt a little comfort food can go a long way in times of torment.

But it remains something of a surprise to learn that West Lothian racing star Dario Franchitti has turned to fry-ups to cope with splitting from actress wife and Hollywood star Ashley Judd.

The celebrity couple stunned fans when they announced their split in January.

The Bathgate-born Indy 500 winner said: “I like a Scottish breakfast – bacon, eggs, sausage and all that kind of stuff.”

But he revealed that gorging on grease was playing havoc with his motor skills.

The 39-year-old said: “I’m eating out a lot . . . I need a lot of help. It’s not really a real athlete’s diet.”

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