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‘Book Of The Stranger’ – Game Of Thrones: S6, Ep4, Spoiler-Free

The series of unfortunate events that is ‘Game Of Thrones’ is no stranger to feelings of despair, loathing, heartache, not to mention that admittedly sadistic little kick we all seem to get at every so-called ‘beautiful death’. With this series’ latest chapter however, is ‘The Song Of Ice And Fire’ finally adding a tune of hope to its sombre symphony? ...

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.

Kate Moss returns to Cannes Film Festival

Kate Moss made a triumphant return to the Cannes Film Festival red carpet yesterday. Her first in 15 years. Kate’s younger half-sister, Lottie Moss, also attended.

The 5 Must Do Things In Greenwich Village

Grab your coat, a handful of glitter and enter New York City's labyrinthine village of fabulousness. 

Bohemian, trendy, chic, arty and vibrant - just some of the words used to describe one of New York's most hip neighbourhoods. A far cry from the concrete skyscrapers lining the avenues of Midtown, there lies a little village home to designer boutiques, buzzing coffee shops, a string of fine restaurants and one of the country's best universities. The artisan bohemian vibe that streams through the cobbled tree-lined streets is a tad intimidating, but nonetheless is incredibly infectious. A celeb haven- fashion designer Marc Jacobs, actress Julia Roberts and editor-in-chief of Vogue, Anna Wintour all once called the village home. Restaurants from Chez Sardine to popular neighbourhood fixtures like Pearl Oyster Bar and The Spotted Pig make for some incredible dining opportunities when in need of a break after exploring. With so much to explore in this tiny metropolis, here are 5 of the must things to discover in Greenwich Village.

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Anohni – HOPELESSNESS, a masterpiece for the modern warrior

Antony Hegarty has always been outspoken, articulate and in tune with the present day. But on the Antony and the Johnsons singer’s first album under new nom-de-plume, Anohni, her craft reaches soaring new heights. HOPELESSNESS is a protest, a warning, a call to action. Listen only briefly and you will hear melodic riffs of heartache, affliction and pain; but scratch the surface and ...

Spring Culling – What’s Not To Watch Anymore

There’s an episode of the original series of ‘Skins’ in which, during a school trip to Russia, Anwar discovers that a beautiful local girl he’s been pursuing speaks fluent English, due to being an avid fan of ‘Friends’. If that doesn’t speak volumes as to the overabundance of America’s cultural exports, I’m not sure what does. From ‘24’ to ‘Two ...

Day 3 of Cannes Film Festival 2016.

The 69th Cannes Film Festival has seen its fair share of mesmerising muses. Below we explored day three, Friday, of the photocall shots taken, who donned the red carpet and indeed, the premières. On day three of Cannes 2016, Slack Bay (Ma Loute) had it’s première and it was the most enviable event to be invited to, it seems. The film is based ...

In The Club – BBC Drama At Its Best

In The Club aired its first series on BBC One in 2014 to an enthusiastic response. Written by Kay Mellor, it explored the relationship between a group of mums-to-be united through ante natal classes and a blog. It also put a spotlight on their backgrounds and their respective partners. Among the mums-to-be, a career woman who has left her husband for a younger ...

‘Assassin’s Creed’ Trailer Lands And Slays

Let’s be honest, video games and the silver screen haven’t exactly enjoyed the best marriage in the past. With the likes of ‘Super Mario Bros’, the ‘Resident Evil’ franchise, ‘Hitman’ and ‘Prince of Persia’, the genre has become notorious for critical or box office bombs, and it’s beginning to tell even with the industry’s marketing of these projects. ‘Ratchet & ...

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