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Print is dead, long live print

Print is dead, long live print

by Mark C. O'Flaherty

Civilian launches its first print edition - issue zero is out now

Where the wild things most certainly aren’t

Where the wild things most certainly aren’t

by George Reynolds

"There are monkeys, of course, because this is India, and monkeys are ubiquitous, but if you’ve ever been on safari in Africa you know that once the guide starts talking about primates and wildfowl it means that all the good stuff has gone home for the day"

Great white shark | George Reynolds takes a bite out of Bourdain

Great white shark | George Reynolds takes a bite out of Bourdain

by George Reynolds

What we talk about when we talk about Anthony Bourdain

The aftermath of clean eating | It’s not a sprint, it’s…

The aftermath of clean eating | It’s not a sprint, it’s…

by George Reynolds

"Another glance in the mirror: those are pecs, those are abs, those are Brad-Pitt-in-Fight-Club cum gutters. Nice!"

Why I’m a proper Londoner

Why I’m a proper Londoner

by Victoria Gill

"I’m so London that a century ago my great-granny was heaving her juddering Edwardian breasts over the ebonies and ivories of the Old Vic’s Vaudevillian Joanna as she recited myths, legends and stories about a capital in the midst of war"

All at Tokyo DisneySea

All at Tokyo DisneySea

by Chris Cox

"We were ready to eat again 10 minutes later, so noshed a batch of custard filled dumplings in the shape of the green aliens from Toy Story"

Hong Kong | Shooting Michelin stars

Hong Kong | Shooting Michelin stars

by Derek Guthrie

"I’ve only had one bad meal in Hong Kong, and that’s the one at the top of this article"

Telling stories | The extraordinarily priced tale of Louis Xlll cognac

Telling stories | The extraordinarily priced tale of Louis Xlll cognac

by Jennifer Sharp

"Words such as 'willing suspension of disbelief' and 'you’ve got to be kidding' spring to mind but no, I’m wrong. The New York sale has been and gone with a successful bid of nearly US$135,000"

How to do your hair when you hate it

How to do your hair when you hate it

by Karen Krizanovich

"I have long straight hair and my mother decreed I looked better with curls: so I slept in rollers, sharpened barbs in their cylinders for traction"

Gentrifying tonight | Dining in Glasgow’s Finnieston

Gentrifying tonight | Dining in Glasgow’s Finnieston

by Derek Guthrie

"Heavy industry departed a long time ago, and most Glaswegians regard it as a commuter rat run en route to somewhere more interesting. A tad unfair TBH"