Semi-retired teacher Jeff Rozelaar is taking a trip down memory lane with the publication of his debut book, Bagels & Bacon: The Postwar East End (History Press).
An autobiographical account of growing up in the East End of London during the post-war period, it attempts to shed a mainly humorous, but sometimes serious light, on the relations between the Jewish and the wider community.
A warning to all hoarders. Living in a cluttered space could be stopping you from achieving what you really want to in life. This is the message from life coach - and professional declutterer - Juliet Landau-Pope.
Hats off to Rosie Norman. The Liverpool-based designer has launched her own millinery company.
Established a few months ago, the firm is already making quite a name for itself among the community. The business, Millinery by Rosie Olivia, provides unique and contemporary hats for a range of occassions.
Sisters Chloe and Olivia Brookman have come up with a new range of rocking chairs for modern mums.
Their company, OlliElla, sells contemporary colourful nursing chairs, hand-made in the UK. Starting in a pop-up shop in Islington, north London, the chairs are now stocked in Harrods and several baby boutiques in London and Manchester.
Top athlete Richard Goodman is known for racing long distances - quickly. Now he is running for a more charitable cause.
The 17-year-old has been made an ambassador for charity Action Duchenne, which supports and promotes research into a cure for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The disease causes progressive muscle weakness among boys.
Lovers of the arts should head to Norwich next month for the Norfolk and Norwich Festival (NNF). That is the message from William Galinsky, the newly- appointed artistic director and chief executive of the festival.
China and other emerging markets have been the big success story of the past decade, outperforming developed markets and leading many to predict that China will be next global superpower. So as the debate about the decline of the West and rise of the BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India and China) reaches feverish proportions, should we really still believe the BRIC hysteria?
Julian Velard has worked as a Parisian street sweeper, a waiter and a nursery school teacher. Perhaps then it's surprising that he is now an up-and-coming singer songwriter who has toured with Jamie Callum, Goldfrapp and Kate Nash.
The New Yorker, now based in north London, is about to release his second album, Mr Saturday Night.
What is the secret to a happy marriage? Relationship counsellor Chana Levitan reveals all in her debut book, I Only Want to Get Married Once: Dating Secrets for Getting It Right the First Time (Gefen).
A common-sense guide to dating, it proposes ten key questions that singletons should ask before and during the dating process to ensure they don't marry the wrong person.