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The Essence of Cosmopolitanism :: The Timeless Principles Behind Worldly Sophistication

When was the last time you felt like you were a cultured participant in the larger world? Has it been awhile since you felt edgy and sophisticated? Or maybe even just intellectually stimulated? As humans we stumble back and forth between exploration and safety, and more often than not it is simply easier to remain within our safety zones, especially ...

The Vogue 100 Gala Dinner

On Monday night, Alexandra Shulman (OBE & Editor-in-Chief) and the quintessential red carpet muses celebrated British Vogue’s foundation in 1916 at the Vogue 100 Gala Dinner in Kensington Gardens, London. There have been many events taking place to mark the centenary celebrations of all that is British Vogue. Over the weekend, the annual Vogue (100) Festival took place which included an array ...

7 City Breaks for Book Lovers

Some of the world’s greatest cities are a haven for book lovers of all types. These 7 cities have fostered some of the greatest writers in the English speaking world and have inspired many for hundreds of years.

Imagine if Game of Thrones was a Disney film

Have you ever wondered what all your favourite Game of Thrones characters would look like had they been imagined in a Disney movie? Well now you can!

In celebration of the newest season of the popular HBO fantasy TV series, Combo Estúdio have created this collection of amazing illustrations that we are loving!



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Review: The Bolivian Diary

The Bolivian Diary (Authorized Edition) By Erenesto Che Guevara Introduction by Fidel Castro Preface by Camilo Guevara Published by Ocean Press, 2008 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of Che Guevara’s fateful campaign to launch a revolution in Bolivia, and overthrow U.S. imposed dictator; General Rene Barrientos. Ernesto Guevara De La Serna, affectionately known to billions as Che (an informal Spanish term ...

First look at Neil Patrick Harris as creepy ‘Count Olaf’

Netflix have recently blessed us with some quality TV and it just gets better. After teasing us with a little trailer (that may or may not be fake) of their upcoming show A Series of Unfortunate Events, fans have finally been given a first real glimpse of How I Met Your Mother’s Neil Patrick Harris as creepy and eccentric character Count ...

4 movies to watch in May

The month of May is looking to be a great one in terms of the movies that will be hitting the big screen. So, if you’re looking for something to watch but aren’t quite sure what’s going to be available, here’s a run down of some of the latest movies that are coming to the cinema!   X-Men: Apocalypse X-Men: ...

Imre Kertész: ‘I survived because I could dream’

He fought until the last moment and now his battle has peacefully come to an end. Hungarian writer Imre Kertész died at the age of 86, leaving behind not only an extraordinary contribution to the Holocaust but also an excellent collection of novels, which prove his successful career as a writer. Known by many as ‘the voice of the Shoah’, ...

Amazing Game of Thrones snow art!

A British snow artist names Simon Beck has teamed up with Sky Atlantic to create a Game of Thrones inspired snow art all in time for the upcoming season 6 of the hit show! The incredible Stark inspired art is part of the promotions that Sky Atlantic are doing for the new season and they were created in the French Alps. ...

Harper Lee: A Stroke Of Genius

She’s vanished again. Sadly, we do know now that she’s never coming back. On Friday, it was confirmed that Nelle Harper Lee, the author of ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’, had died at the age of 89 in her native Monroeville, Alabama, peacefully in her sleep. She never married, nor had children; the only thing that she leaves behind are her two ...

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