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Why I can’t stand any more awful, clichéd travel writing about India

Why I can’t stand any more awful, clichéd travel writing about India

by Monisha Rajesh

"I’ve read this stereotypical, clichéd pile of horseshit about India in every UK national newspaper, Sunday supplement and monthly glossy"

Palm Springs eternal

Palm Springs eternal

by Richard Bence

"Where Parker led a decade or so ago, Ace has followed, with mellow yoga, dog park and stargazing deck catering to the bearded hipster crowd"

Slaves to fashion | St Barths is heating up

Slaves to fashion | St Barths is heating up

by Neil Stewart

“I saw your hat and just had to ask if it came from the same milliner as mine did!”

Hello Dollywood

Hello Dollywood

by Richard Bence

"Somehow in my heart I always knew I would end up here"

Why I love the feral parakeets of London

Why I love the feral parakeets of London

by Corinna Tomrley

"This is like seeing a unicorn on a rubbish heap." London is synonymous with its grey pigeons. But there's a more colourful bird that fills the capital's skies too

Barber Streisand

Barber Streisand

by Corinna Tomrley

It might be the hair salon pun to end them all, and Corinna Tomrley, a fan of all things Yentl, loves it. Take a seat and have your splits end sorted at Barber Streisand in London’s Exmouth Market

Stories from far off places

Stories from far off places

by Holly Rose Gammage

Childhood stories over experience: Conjuring up Malaysia, Nepal and Papua New Guinea

Vienna: You mean something to me | District 5

Vienna: You mean something to me | District 5

by Derek Guthrie

Derek Guthrie dodges the fancy dress, the Mozart and the tourists, and explores Vienna’s District 5

Made of Margate | Haeckels

Made of Margate | Haeckels

by Lisa Richards

From Los Angeles to Dreamland - a most offbeat beauty brand

Glam, bam, thank you ma’am | A century and more of nights out at London’s Hippodrome

Glam, bam, thank you ma’am | A century and more of nights out at London’s Hippodrome

by Corinna Tomrley

A deranged Dusty Springfield, a weird surf and turf and a whole lot of feathers