Also, absolutely nobody had sex, ketamine trials went well and emojis landed on classic paintings
The man responsible for the genesis and evolution of house music died this week, aged 59. His legacy will live on forever.
The much hyped performance art event didn't actually steal anyone's virginity. There was no sex, sucking off bananas and scrawlings of words like "ANAL" and "VIRGIN".
There were promising medical results this week from an unexpected source – ketamine. The drug has been used in preliminary trials to treat patients with mental health issues and although the researchers say it's a long way off being a routine treatment, the results are encouraging.
We spoke to Ukrainian artist Nastya Nudnik this week about her project Emoji Nation, that takes classic paintings from through the ages and adds emoji, to communicate the feelings of the subjects to a modern audience. It's great.
The LA producer Paz made 5,000 of what looked like Justin Bieber's latest record but were in fact, just his own music. He then went into high street shops and swapped every Bieber CD in LA for his impostors.