After hearing that Justin Biebers single "Sorry" was the most streamed video of 2016 (1.8 billion views) and that (s)he has received seven (yes 7, that's not a typo) Grammy Award nominations, we are thinking of changing this sections title from "Culture" to "What the fuck people". As if "real" news is not depressing enough, then this.
Punk memorabilia worth £5m has been torched in the middle of the River Thames. Joe Corre burnt the items on the 40th anniversary of the Sex Pistols debut single. He told the crowd that "punk was never meant to be nostalgic". Dummies of David Cameron, George Osborne and Boris Johnson were among those engulfed in flames as part of the protest. Now that's punk
Finally after what has been what appears to be decades of injustice, a US judge has ordered the immediate release of Brendan Dassey, the nephew of Steven Avery. Mr. Avery is still hopeful that his legal team will be able to clear him with the use of DNA evidence.
For Apple fans everywhere, (well only trendy capital cities actually), a coffee table book of their products at the usual Apple price of $299. It covers 20 years and 450 products with photos from Andrew Zuckerman, titled "Designed by Apple in California", Apple says it took eight years to complete.