Over at the Guardian, Dave Hill answers the question on everybody's lips, which is whatever has happened to Munira Mirza?
Boris Johnson's cultural Director, has been rather quiet of late, ever since she told us how to 'do anti-racism for real'.
Mirza's approach to 'doing it for real' was apparently to stop doing it at all, and you would be forgiven for thinking that this was her approach to the rest of her job.
But according to Dave, Mirza has in fact been hard at work. We just hadn't noticed it yet:
"She does still have a job and is, I'm told, working very hard at it in a mostly low profile way. She was at the launch of the Thames Festival alongside The Blond and attended the event itself. She also attended Simcha and said a few words to those in attendance. What else can I tell you?"
What else indeed. But if Mirza is 'low profile' then what does that make his new Director of Marketing Dan Ritterband?
Ritterband who was not formerly known for his demure nature, was given a six figure salary at City Hall earlier this year but not deemed worth even so much as a press release.
So while his unpaid 'food champion' Rosie Boycott and his unpaid 'sports commisioner' Kate Hoey, got the full fanfare, one of the Mayor's most senior and high-paying appointments was ushered through the door without so much as a squeak.
Now why ever could that have been?
Could it be perhaps that championing food is just that little bit more appealing to voters than that more expensive business of championing yourself.
Who knows? But whatever the reason, let's take a look at what he has to show for his two months in the job?
Well without any official updates I can only go by his recent efforts to secure sponsorship for the Freewheel cycling event.
The event, which had been intended to attract 100,000 people has been scaled back to 45,000. And the reason for the change? Tory thrift? Elf and safety? Afraid not. No the real reason was insufficient sponsorship.
Of course whereas under communist era Ken, the dangerous lefty cabal secured £300,000 from capitalist overlords Hovis - under Ritterband, the true blues secured just £100,000 from Sky Sports.
And while other sponsors could potentially been brought in to fill the gap, under Ritterband, the deal came with free-market bunking exclusivity.