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Chefs work unusual hours, on their feet, in high pressure environments. As a result their diets can often be worse than the most ill-informed eater
This is the perfection creation if you’re already bored of summer salads and are in need of some tasty carbs
Gareth Purnell takes a look at the outright prices in the World Cup betting market with a touch of value in mind
I can’t remember a year I haven’t been to a Field Day that hasn’t been hijacked by horrendous weather – but this year though the two-day East London festival is set to welcome an altogether more jovial type of hijacker – ones from Transgressive.
It’s never wise to write off dynasties, but if ever a political family deserved to fade away, it is the Nehru Gandhi dynasty which two days ago appointed Mallikarjun Kharge, 71, a little known and relatively inexperienced and elderly member of parliament, to lead the Congress Party in the Lok Sabha because neither Sonia nor [...]
The British Social Attitudes Survey found the proportion of Britons who admit to being racially prejudiced has risen since the start of the millennium.
Rebecca Davies recommendations for June are Have You Seen My Dragon by Steve Light, Jesper Jinx by Marko Kitti and We Were Liars by E. Lockhart
A dog’s loyalty to its owner is never disputed and has become the subject for many a screenplay or novel. However, what happens if that “given” is compromised and your own dog bites you?
One of the acts I’ve really been digging recently is L’N'F, a duo from Switzerland who make stripped down, raw house music that works perfectly on the dancefloor. It’s deep at times, yet unpretentious and totally absorbing. The twosome have an album full of this kind of music due for release soon on DJ W!LD’s Catwash Records, so I caught up with them to find out more…
My Top 10 in the New Review, the Independent on Sunday magazine, today is Plurals That Have Become Singular. It is a guest performance by Rich Greenhill, a virtuoso of language curios, who supplied all 10, including his (and my) favourites, “dismal” and “Sweden”.
Greenhill had suggested even more, including the delightful fact that MMR, measles, [...]
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