Visitors viewing artworks including 'Spider' by Louise Bourgeois, one of the artworks on show in the new Switch House extension of the Tate Modern, in Southwark, London. Touted as one of Europe's most significant cultural openings, the lattice brickwork building (below) - which extends the iconic, riverside gallery's collection by 60pc - is connected by corridors to the converted Bankside Power Station, which has been changing the face of modern art since 2000.
Built to help accommodate Tate Modern's five million annual visitors, it's expected to attract even greater numbers since opening on June 17.
And it's the first time that I've seen Clare Island organic salmon on the menu of a Japanese restaurant, which means that it's the first time that I'm going to eat sushi made with salmon in Ireland.
It's a simple little room with plain wooden chairs and tables, and a short menu with the day's fresh fish listed on a chalk board behind the counter.
The first bit of good news is that all the fish comes from Gannet Fishmongers, Stephane Griesbach's exceptional fishmongers, which supplies all the best restaurants in Galway including JP Mc Mahon's Aniar and Jess Murphy's Kai.
There are lots of atmospheric old buildings, now housing art galleries and restaurants.
One building has a Picasso museum with a permanent exhibition of ceramics, paintings and sketches done by him one summer, in the 1940s, when he lived there with friends.
Sean Penn stars in this biopic about Harvey Milk, the openly gay activist and San Francisco politician who was murdered along with Mayor George Moscone by disgruntled city supervisor Dan White in 1978.