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Updated: 2021-04-23 10:43

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2021-04-23 09:00 | Guardian
Experience: I accidentally became a global fashion brand

People across the world were wearing unofficial merch with my band’s logo on it. I decided to cash in, but do it ethicallyI’ve been playing and recording music since 2012. Working under my surname Boothroyd, I’ve gained a small committed fanbase through ...

2021-04-23 09:00 | Guardian
Sad faces: clowns who perform in conflict zones stuck at home amid Covid

Clowns Without Borders try to spread laughter in refugee camps and communities in crisis – but the past 12 months haven’t been funIf it wasn’t for the pandemic, Naomi Shafer would be working in the West Bank now. She and her fellow clowns would wake up ...

2021-04-23 09:00 | Guardian
Mike’s, London SE15: ‘This is why we bother to put on pants and go out to eat’ – restaurant review | Grace Dent on restaurants

A deceptively humble pizza joint serving fancy toppings on serious slicesNobody ever signed up to be a restaurateur because of their love of carpentry or flat-pack gazebo assembly, but in recent weeks, a flair for such things must have been a positive boon...

2021-04-23 06:00 | Guardian
Prince Charles’s model village architecture? Give me brutalism any day | Hannah Jane Parkinson

There is a large cohort of people who despise the look, but I am a broad church when it comes to architectureArchitecture is a divisive subject, an area in which people’s tastes are stubborn and admirers argue passionately for their favourite styles. Prince ...

2021-04-23 06:00 | Guardian
From Line of Duty-core to fake houseplants: this week’s fashion trends

What’s hot and what’s not in fashion this weekLoud shirts Your fun comeback look? See Rihanna’s Celine Hawaiian shirts or LF Markey’s fauvist style. Continue reading...

2021-04-23 05:30 | Guardian
10 off-the-beaten-track adventures in Scotland

Scotland will be first choice for many British holidaymakers this year, but these active breaks avoid the country’s famous Highland and island honeypotsTravellers have for years hurtled past the Scottish Borders, eyes on the prize that is the heart-stopping ...

2021-04-22 23:01 | Guardian
Sudoku 5,206 hard

Click here to access the print version.Fill the grid so that every row, every column and every 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 to 9. Continue reading...

2021-04-22 23:00 | Guardian
Cryptic crossword No 28,427

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2021-04-22 23:00 | Guardian
Quick crossword No 15,900

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2021-04-22 21:00 | Lifehacker
How to Track Your Stress Levels With a Fitbit

We all know Fitbit’s smartwatches track your daily physical activity, but they can now help you track your stress levels, too. Fitbit recently announced the rollout of Fitbit Sense’s Stress Management tracking to the Fitbit Versa 3, Versa 2, Luxe, Charge ...

2021-04-22 20:45 | Lifehacker
Can Rotting Wood Really Help Plants Grow?

The combination of Earth Day and emerging from the pandemic during springtime might have you looking for ways to get outside, connect with nature, and plant new life. If you are like me (a person lacking any hint of a green thumb), you need all the help you ...

2021-04-22 20:00 | Lifehacker
How to Actually Save Money Comparing Toilet Paper Prices

Shopping for toilet paper should not be as complicated or expensive as it is. Brands love to splash their packaging with claims that one of their “mega rolls” is equal to 12 or 18 “regular rolls,” but are less forthright about how much actual paper ...

2021-04-22 19:30 | Lifehacker
How to Easily Memorize All Eight Phases of the Moon

What most people know about the moon is that it orbits Earth, and there may or may not be a giant face carved into it. But the luminescent orb contains multitudes that might interest layman stargazers, and understanding its phases is a good place to start. ...

2021-04-22 19:00 | Lifehacker
How to Get Early Access to iOS 14.5 Before Next Week's Launch

iOS 14.5 and iPadOS 14.5 are officially hitting iPhones and iPads next week, but you don’t have to wait until then to get your hands on the final release candidates of the new operating systems.Read more...

2021-04-22 18:30 | Lifehacker
How To Avoid Having to Pay Back the $3,600 Child Tax Credit

This year, U.S. parent are eligible for a tax credit that’s worth up to $3,600 per child—up from a maximum of $2,000 last year—and half of that money will be sent as a monthly check, starting in July. However, since those checks are actually an advance ...

2021-04-22 18:15 | Lifehacker
What Would Statehood for Washington, D.C. Mean?

On Thursday, House Democrats passed HR 51, a bill that aims to grant statehood to the nation’s capital. The possibility of adding a 51 state would offer a seismic shakeup to the composition of U.S. politics and tip the balance of power in the Senate toward ...

2021-04-22 18:00 | Lifehacker
The Different USDA Grades of Lamb and Mutton and What They Mean

There is something exceptionally meaty about lamb. I don’t mean it has a lot of meat on its bones—though it can. I mean the experience of eating it is what eating meat should feel like. It’s often on a bone, and has a strong, deep flavor exactly ...

2021-04-22 17:30 | Guardian
Sipping on a banana peel: the Sydney bar making waste minimisation sexy

Originally hyped as the world’s first zero-waste bar, Re’s Matt Whiley is happy to admit he’s got a long way to go before reaching his goalYou don’t expect to see 82,000 milk bottles in a cocktail bar. You won’t see them at Re in Sydney’s South ...

2021-04-22 17:30 | Lifehacker
How to Use Compound Words Correctly (Almost) Every Time

Compound words are sprinkled throughout the English language—endless combinations of little words that partner up to form new, bigger words. How they come together in the written language can vary, though, and you may find yourself pausing to wonder: Is this...

2021-04-22 17:27 | Guardian
UK south-Asian diaspora despairs as India joins Covid red list

With travel from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh banned, some UK families are stuck abroad, while others cannot visit frail relatives Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageFor the past 17 months, Saurav Dutt has had to watch from afar as...

2021-04-22 17:15 | Lifehacker
What to Do If You Get a Bill for Your COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID vaccines are free in the U.S. Period. The CDC has been extremely clear about that, but we’re still hearing occasional reports of people getting a bill for their vaccine, or being charged a fee for the service of “administering” that vaccine. In ...

2021-04-22 17:00 | Lifehacker
Maybe Win $3,000 by Getting Some Spam and Taking Coffee Breaks

Chameleon, a coffee company best known for its cold brews, is giving away $3,000 along with a stash of coffee as part of a “ultimate coffee break” prize draw at the end of the month. To win, you don’t have to do anything except provide your name and an ...

2021-04-22 16:30 | Lifehacker
How to Stream the 2021 Oscars

After a two-month pandemic delay, the 2021 Academy Awards will finally be handed out on Sunday, and the big question is: Does anyone care enough to watch—whether via live TV or online streaming?Considering how many of last year’s major films were bumped ...

2021-04-22 16:00 | Lifehacker
How to Set Up Instagram's New Anti-Harassment Tools

Instagram is adding two new anti-harassment tools aimed at cutting down abusive messages you might receive on the platform. Here’s a quick look at how to set them up once they arrive.Read more...

2021-04-22 15:30 | Lifehacker
The Three Types of Narcissists and How to Recognize Them

You’re likely never going to encounter anyone whose grandiosity rivals that of The Talented Mr. Ripley, but narcissists of all stripes walk among us. Regardless of their varying quirks, however, the better known hallmarks of a narcissist are largely the same...

2021-04-22 15:00 | Lifehacker
Be 'Louder' About Your Parenting at Work

I can still remember the embarrassment I felt the time a young co-worker walked past my cubicle early one morning and paused to say, “Do I spy ‘the snack that smiles back’ in your bag? Wow, you really are a mom.” In my usual rush to get out the door ...

2021-04-22 14:52 | Guardian
Earth Day: sustainable fashion brands – in pictures

From rented jeans to pineapple leather and buttons made from ‘vegetable ivory’, these 10 brands are at the vanguard of ethical innovation Continue reading...

2021-04-22 14:30 | Lifehacker
Fix a Loose Door Hinge With Toothpicks and Glue

A loose door hinge is annoying enough, but it’s even worse when you’ve tried to screw it back in before realizing the holes are stripped and the screws won’t catch. But there’s a clever way to use a stack of toothpicks to fix a loose door hinge, ...

2021-04-22 14:00 | Lifehacker
13 Unorthodox Uses for Petroleum Jelly (Aside From That One)

Petroleum jelly is a product found in most every medicine cabinet, but it has a lot of uses outside of the usuals: providing minor burn relief, serving as emergency lip balm, or acting, in a pinch, as emergency “personal lubricant.” But beyond meeting your...

2021-04-22 13:30 | Lifehacker
Turn Your Old or Broken Samsung Phone Into a Smarthome Sensor

I’m a bit of a gadget hoarder. I often tend to assume that I can repurpose some old thing—an ancient phone, tablet, or webcam—into something new, so I’m thrilled to see Samsung finally debut its Galaxy Upcycling at Home program, which gives you a way ...

2021-04-22 13:00 | Lifehacker
Fix Your Dull Fish With a Salt and Sugar Cure

When it comes to simple, straightforward cooking advice that really ups your kitchen game, Chef Lucas Sin is one of the best Instagram accounts you can follow. From simple roasted sweet potatoes to mapo lasagna, his account is full of solid techniques and ...

2021-04-22 10:00 | Guardian
12 of the UK’s best independent bookshops, chosen by readers

From old tales to new thinking, gardening to science fiction, our tipsters find literary nourishment – and cake, too – at these indie booksellersScarthin Books in Cromford, Derbyshire, is a tall, thin bookcase of a building. Its many rooms, stacked one on ...

2021-04-22 09:00 | Guardian
The clitoris, pain and pap smears: how Our Bodies, Ourselves redefined women’s health

First published 50 years ago, the feminist classic was hugely influential, telling truths about women’s bodies long obscured by a chauvinist medical establishmentIn 1969, Wendy Sanford was still in the early days of her marriage, living in Cambridge, ...

2021-04-22 08:35 | Guardian
‘Bad apples have been exposed’: can a fairer fashion industry emerge from crisis?

Sustainable fashion campaigners reflect on the past year in fashion to mark Earth Day Continue reading...

2021-04-22 07:00 | Guardian
‘An ill day can still be a good day’: 10 ways to live well with long Covid and chronic illness

Being chronically ill is challenging and often upsetting – but there can be hope and happiness along the way. Start by giving yourself a break and some appreciationMore than 1 million people in the UK are experiencing long Covid, according to the Office for ...

2021-04-22 05:30 | Guardian
10 of Britain’s best outdoor pools in the countryside

Swimming at a lido is particularly blissful when surrounded by glorious countryside. As they start to reopen for summer, we pick 10 gemsThere have been some benefits to a worldwide pandemic. There was the farmer who grumbled to me that he was having to douse ...

2021-04-22 05:00 | Guardian
A lighthouse holiday and a gold vape: Oscars goodie bags return after virtual 2020

Bags valued at six figures will also include such gifts as a plastic surgery consultation and 10 sessions with a personal trainerAfter a year of virtual ceremonies, the Oscars are set to get back into full “roaring 20s” swing, with luxury goodie bags for ...

2021-04-21 20:30 | Lifehacker
Sorry, Cardio Doesn't Count as Leg Day

Cardio is important for our health in many ways, and we should all aim for at least the minimum requirement of 75 to 150 minutes per week. If you love running, cycling, or hiking and you do it more often, all the better.Read more...

2021-04-21 19:30 | Lifehacker
How to Try Reddit's Clubhouse-like 'Talks' Feature Early

Clubhouse must be onto something, because every other social media platform is launching its own version of their live, audio-only voice chats. Twitter, Discord, Facebook, LinkedIn, Spotify, and Telegram all have similar features in development, but the latest...

2021-04-21 19:00 | Lifehacker
Test Out Your New Decor With a Virtual Redecorating App

You dream of a couch, but have no idea how your vague inkling of a couch will actually work in your living space. Or you go to a furniture store, measurements in hand, looking to acquire a table, but walk away unsure whether said table will look all wrong, ...

2021-04-21 18:30 | Lifehacker
The Easiest Hands-Off Way to Prevent Your Card From Being Closed for Inactivity

Since credit card companies are not required to give you any warning, it can come out of the blue—your credit card is suddenly closed due to inactivity, and your credit score drops. Generally, you risk having your credit card closed after 12 months of ...

2021-04-21 18:00 | Lifehacker
You're Probably Using Way Too Much of These Household Products

Most people spend a good amount of money on things like laundry detergent, dishwasher soap, and other consumables. Saving money on them doesn’t have to mean switching brands or waiting for a sale—you can just use a lot less product and still get the same ...

2021-04-21 17:45 | Lifehacker
What You Need to Know About the New At-Home COVID Tests

In recent months, the FDA has authorized several over-the-counter COVID tests so that you don’t have to go to a testing center to find out whether you have the coronavirus. Starting this week, you can get an antigen self-test at Walgreens, Walmart, or CVS. ...

2021-04-21 17:30 | Guardian
How do I tell my moody 19-year-old niece she has to help out around the house? | Leading questions

Your niece is probably counting down the seconds until she’s independent, writes advice columnist Eleanor Gordon-Smith. So try treating her like an adultHow do I tell my moody 19-year-old niece that when she comes over to stay she has to help out around the ...

2021-04-21 17:00 | Guardian
Burberry celebrates style of Stella Tennant in latest collection

Supermodel who was closely connected to the label for 25 years described as ‘elegant and punk’The spirit of British supermodel Stella Tennant is strongly felt in fashion. Burberry, with which Tennant was closely connected for 25 years, celebrated her life ...

2021-04-21 12:18 | Guardian
Rooting-tooting! 17 ways with celeriac – from a comforting rosti to excellent ice-cream

It is intimidatingly knobbly, but do persevere. Surprisingly versatile, the vegetable can be used for everything from a cheddar soup to a great twist on coleslawCeleriac has many culinary virtues, but it is not handsome. In its untrimmed state, it looks like a...

2021-04-21 11:08 | Guardian
Send a tip on a railway walk for the chance to win a prize worth £200

Many of us have walked more over the past 12 months, and some of the best rambles are on former railway lines. Tell us about one you love and you could win £200 towards a Sawday’s breakBritain boasted one of the most far-reaching railway networks in Europe ...

2021-04-21 11:00 | Guardian
How to make pasta cacio e pepe – recipe | Felicity Cloake's masterclass

A wonderfully simple and quick three-ingredient Roman dish of cheese, black pepper and pasta. It’ll be clean plates all roundDried pasta, which cooks in roughly 10-12 minutes, depending on its shape and your taste, isn’t always the first thing I reach for ...

2021-04-21 10:26 | Guardian
‘It’s weird’: anxiety and excitement in England as lockdown eases

Readers share their experiences of emerging from the latest Covid shutdownCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageLast week non-essential retail and outdoor hospitality venues reopened in England, while people were allowed to visit ...

2021-04-21 08:04 | Realwire
Queen Elizabeth II - Golden Hearts Never Die Concept creator and royalist Heiko Saxo congratulates with a special film "Happy Birthday Queen Elizabeth"

Heiko Saxo, founder of the Golden Hearts Never Die Initiative, has been creating royalist products in shapes, colors, tones and fragrances for 20 years with the acceptance of HM Queen Elizabeth II. For the 95th birthday now a hopeful 4-minute film with the ...

2021-04-21 07:00 | Guardian
Pills in the post: how Covid reopened the abortion wars

Lockdown revolutionised women’s access to home treatment – and strengthened the anti-abortion backlash Kay, 34, realised her period was late a month into Britain’s lockdown. The coronavirus death count was spiralling across the country. Covid-19 was ...

2021-04-21 06:00 | Guardian
I’m trapped in a share-to-buy flat with no fire safety certificate

Residents haven’t been updated by housing association Optivo and our properties are near worthlessI part-own my flat as part of the share-to-buy scheme. When I tried to access a fire safety form (EWS1) to increase my ownership share last October, the housing...

2021-04-21 05:30 | Guardian
Walking around Menorca: my lockdown project is never staying still

Having ‘washed up’ on the island due to travel restrictions, our writer finds joy in hiking the Camí de Cavalls coastal trail and swimming in secluded covesI’m walking along a sandy path through a forest high above the flashing kingfisher-coloured coast...

2021-04-21 05:00 | Guardian
‘I wash my hands and genitals – the rest I gave up’: how the pandemic changed our hygiene habits

Lockdown affected all our routines when it comes to showering, bathing, shampooing and deodorant. Will regular washing ever resume?Without much strenuous activity, a pair of underpants will last for two days before they go into the wash, while socks “are ...

2021-04-20 05:30 | Guardian
The meal that takes me back to Lesbos – plus the recipe

For the cookbook author, this pomegranate chicken dish tells the story of migration and the refugees she spent time with on the Greek island Lesbos is Greece’s third-largest island, sitting in the Aegean Sea just 16 miles off the Turkish coast. It’s a ...

2021-04-19 14:37 | Guardian
Crossword roundup: ‘fuchsia’ vs ‘fuschia’

We consider the loveliest shade in our collection of the best of the broadsheets’ cryptic cluesIn the sample clues below, the links take you to explainers from our beginners’ series. The setter’s name often links to an interview with him or her, in case ...

2021-04-19 13:07 | Guardian
I thought moving house would cure my brain fog. But it is still as bad as ever | Emma Beddington

All my well-worn routines have changed – from my morning walk to my local coffee shop - and now I don’t really know who I am, or how to behaveI love reading about pandemic brain fog because it gives me an excuse for my current stupidity. It is pleasant to ...

2021-04-19 12:52 | Guardian
‘Most expensive isn't necessarily best’: how to buy running shoes online

Even shopping from home, you don’t have to settle for footwear that’s too big, too small, too cushioned or not cushioned enoughAlthough non-essential shops in England and Wales are allowed to reopen, some things remain easier to buy than others. Take ...

2021-04-19 06:00 | Guardian
Why won’t Asos deliver the refund that I’m due?

The law is clear about what I should get back after returning an item Can you ask the fashion retailer Asos why it won’t refund me the delivery charge on some clothes I bought but later sent back because they were the wrong size?While it has agreed to refund...

2021-04-19 06:00 | Guardian
Why did our credit score result in us being turned down for a mortgage?

Our agreement in principle – when the score was lower – expired in February so we applied againQ Back in November 2020, my partner and I used a broker to apply for a mortgage. At the time, my partner’s credit score at Experian was 629 and mine was 964, ...

2021-04-19 06:00 | Guardian
Milk & More let me down with its online service

Items weren’t delivered and a payment taken twice but I can’t get in touchI read your recent Guardian Money article about Milk & More forcing customers to go online. It came as I had been struggling to get in touch with the company for several days. ...

2021-04-19 05:00 | Guardian
Laura Dockrill on parenting, paranoia and postpartum psychosis: ‘I thought I’d been hijacked by a devil’

A month after the birth of her son, the writer, poet and illustrator was on suicide watch in a psychiatric ward, experiencing severe delusions. Now her podcast is raising awareness of a condition that affects one in a thousand new mothersLaura Dockrill told ...

2021-04-18 12:00 | Guardian
Cheer up! The happiness guru on how to feel better

Meik Wiking is a world expert on what makes us feel happier. So, is there a simple fix?Just like that, one of the world’s foremost happiness boffins beams into my living room with a megawatt grin and an infectious chuckle. Even though Meik Wiking (pronounced...

2021-04-18 08:00 | Guardian
‘I feel like I’m ready to go for it’: rapper Little Simz – in pictures

Actor and musician Little Simz has a tendency to quiet self-reflection. But here she shows her more exuberant side as she prepares to release her fourth album Continue reading...

2021-04-18 05:00 | Guardian
I worry constantly about the safety of my grown-up daughters | Dear Mariella

The dangers women face make your anxiety understandable, says Mariella Frostrup. However, you must – as we all must – keep worries to a minimum in order to live lifeThe dilemma I have four lovely children, all now adults and left home. I rarely worry about...

2021-04-17 23:01 | Guardian
Observer killer sudoku

Click here to access the print version. Normal Sudoku rules apply, except the numbers in the cells contained within grey lines add up to the figures in the corner. No number can be repeated within each shape formed by grey lines. Continue reading...

2021-04-17 09:00 | Guardian
I’ve lost my conversational mojo – can I relearn the art of small talk?

Been up to much lately? After a year of isolation, I’ve forgotten how to talk to people – but help is at handA good friend of mine, who started a new job six months ago, is about to meet his colleagues face to face for the first time. They have been ...

2021-04-17 06:00 | Guardian
What links Diana Ross, Audra McDonald and Andra Day? The Weekend quiz

From Koch to Kronk to Kings Oak, test your knowledge with the Weekend quiz1 Which French chemist was guillotined for selling adulterated tobacco?2 Which bear is named after an Alaskan island?3 Who was known as the London Bach?4 What is Scotland in Scottish ...

2021-04-16 23:00 | Guardian
Prize crossword No 28,422

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2021-04-15 06:00 | Guardian
My Le Creuset pans are ‘prohibited’ delivery items, says Hermes

I had paid for insurance to cover the damage but now it says I am not coveredI sold two £70 Le Creuset casseroles on eBay and sent them in two packages via Hermes. As I was leaving the drop-off shop, the courier who was collecting all the parcels balanced ...

2021-04-14 06:00 | Guardian
My six-year battle to get a housing association to restore my garden

A hedge has been removed which gave me privacy, and as an NHS worker I need a place to relaxI bought a share of a newly built shared-ownership property six years ago. It has a small hedged garden demised to it. This was left in a sorry condition by the ...

2021-04-13 13:21 | Guardian
I’m in my 70s – and men my own age find me sexually intimidating

I am easily aroused and an active partner, and that seems to scare the men I date, who want a lot of caring and coaxing. Is it me or them?I am a woman in my 70s who has not had sex for more than 15 years, and has not been dating for almost 30. I am now on ...

2021-04-13 06:00 | Guardian
Working from home in the Covid crisis? Don’t forget to claim tax relief

You can claim if you were told by your employer to work from home, either full or part timeCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageIf you are one of the millions of people who has been working at home over the last 12 months because of ...

2021-04-12 06:00 | Guardian
Should I use £120,000 savings to buy a house to rent out as I expect to lose my job?

I’m almost 60 and not in the best of health, so am not hopeful of finding another positionQ I am currently working but expect to lose my job. I’m not holding out much hope of finding another one as I’m almost 60 and not in the best of health.I have ...

2021-04-12 06:00 | Guardian
Have I been scammed out of thousands by a fake travel agent?

I paid a total of £3,000 to the company, but it didn’t appear to make flight bookingsI appear to have been scammed by a fake travel agent. Needing to get my wife and three children back from an emergency visit to Pakistan, I used a firm called ...

2021-03-30 13:00 | Realwire
Special exhibition “Fairy Tales, Sagas and Symbols” at Liechtenstein NationalMuseum, Vaduz

Vaduz – How did the world and life come into being in all its diversity, what is the plan of the supernatural powers that determine destiny, what are the causes of evil, illness and death, and of what extraordinary deeds are there new in-sights? With its new...

2021-03-29 16:35 | Guardian
First of the summer wines: picnic wine, cocktail recipes and what to serve with them

Mark the start of spring and go alfresco everywhere with top tips for a wonderful picnic: the kit, the classic food and wine combos, and some suitably celebratory wine cocktailsIt’s official, spring 2021 is the season of picnic. Picnic central. Restrictions ...

2021-03-29 15:19 | Guardian
Cider with rotisserie: three apple-infused barbecue recipes

Whether it’s chargrilled vegetables, a juicy steak, or parcel-baked fish, these marinades, reductions and brines can be the secret ingredient that gives your alfresco cooking a touch of sparkle There’s no better time to start thinking about firing up the ...

2021-03-29 15:18 | Guardian
The taste of sunny days: what makes cider the drink of British summer?

For food writer Suzy Pope, summer brings with it walks to the beach and picnics in the park – but whatever the occasion, a sip of cider makes it all the sweeter As the weather turns balmy and folk meander to open spaces for some much-needed vitamin D, my ...

2021-03-29 15:17 | Guardian
Know your apples: a connoisseur’s guide to tasting cider

Despite associations with beer, cider should be thought of – and treated – more like wine, says Jane Peyton, Britain’s first accredited ‘pommelier’ “It’s a sommelier, but with apples”, I explain after inevitably receiving a puzzled look when ...

2021-03-29 15:16 | Guardian
Take the cider orchard quiz: could you care for apple trees?

Taking an apple from young tree to cider is no simple feat. Test your farming instincts to see if you have the knowledge to make it on a Thatchers Cider orchard ...Around what age will your apple trees start to produce fruit?10 years Six monthsThree to five ...

2021-03-24 08:52 | Realwire
Sonoton Music launches rebrand

Munich, 24.03.2021. Sonoton Music, the world’s largest independently owned Production Music library, rebrands with the launch of a new version of the music search system. The major redesign improves every aspect of how to search for music, includes in depth ...

2021-03-05 10:00 | Guardian
My life in sex: the woman who lost her virginity twice

How did the second time compare with losing my “first” virginity? It was certainly more memorableI had gender reassignment surgery in the late 2000s, and while I had been sexually active prior to this, I had always imagined what it would be like to have ...

2021-03-01 08:34 | Realwire
Sonoton Music appoints Alex Black as CEO and announces rebrand

Munich, 01.03.2021. Sonoton Music, the world’s largest independent production music company, has appointed Alex Black to the newly created position of CEO. Black, who was previously Global Director at EMI Production Music, will oversee the day-to-day ...

2020-11-17 14:27 | Realwire
Exhibition “NIBELUNGENLIED Genia Chef” in the Liechtenstein NationalMuseum

The NIBELUNGENLIED is a legendary epic so many have heard of, while few know the original. This medieval heroic saga has famously been depicted in film, theatre, the operas of Richard Wagner, as well as in sculptures, graphic representations and paintings. ...

2020-10-12 16:55 | Realwire
Anne Weber receives German Book Prize 2020 for her novel “Annette, ein Heldinnenepos” (“Annette, an Epic of a Heroine”)

The winner of the German Book Prize 2020 is Anne Weber for her novel “Annette, ein Heldinnenepos” (Matthes & Seitz Berlin). Statement from the jury: “The power of Anne Weber’s story is equal to the power of her heroine: It is breathtaking how fresh the...

2020-10-02 13:17 | Realwire
CIVIS Media Prize 2020 – honours for 6 programmes, plus one TOP AWARD

Cologne – The winners of the European CIVIS Media Prize for Integration and Cultural Diversity 2020 have been announced. The main prize of €15,000, the CIVIS TOP AWARD, goes to the director and screenwriter Arkadij Khaet for his film “Masel Tov Cocktail...

2020-09-10 11:07 | Realwire
Uniting Europe digitally: 50 years of arts support from ‘jugend creativ’ celebrated during gala event / patron Iris Berben: "The youth competition is a shining example of corporate citizenship"

The local cooperative banks’ international youth competition, ‘jugend creativ’, has been motivating children and young people across Europe to explore social issues through creativity for half a century. Since the first competition was held in 1970, a ...

2020-09-09 12:19 | Guardian
Design Review: get the newsletter for the way we live now

Sign-up of a monthly dose of creative inspiration, emailed directly to you. From algae T-shirts to homes of the future, via art movements and handcrafted homewares – there’s a lightbulb moment for everyone‘Design’ is a word used to describe ...

2020-09-04 11:00 | Guardian
My teenage son shows no interest in school

I’ve tried being as encouraging as possible, but nothing seems to work. And now I’m worried his younger siblings will follow in his footstepsMy 15-year-old son is refusing to take responsibility for anything and, although he’s capable, he does not show ...

2020-08-20 09:56 | Realwire
CIVIS MEDIA PRIZE 2020 | 13 programmes nominated, one decision already final!

20.08.2020 Cologne (ots) | CIVIS Media Prize 2020 – Europe’s most prestigious media prize for integration and cultural diversity is once again honouring programme achievements in film, television, radio, the Internet and cinema. Over 900 programmes from 22...

2020-07-21 11:25 | Realwire
Fyami's Holistic Toolkit Helps IT Finance & Fintech Companies To Reignite Their Operations Post Lockdown

Growth Consultancy the Fyami Group (www.fyami.com) is offering an integrated package of sales, marketing and business services to the many IT, finance and fintech companies seeking to re-establish operations post lockdown. Whether companies are returning to ...

2020-06-26 14:01 | Realwire
Cristian Măcelaru to remain WDR Symphony Orchestra principal conductor for further three years up to 2025

Cristian Măcelaru is extending his contract as principal conductor of the WDR Symphony Orchestra by an additional three years. The WDR administrative board noted and approved the extension on Friday 26 June. This means that this rising star among the ...

2020-06-19 10:23 | Realwire
70s Dinner Party Is Back – Are You Ready? Hosting at Home to Boom as Lockdown Loosens

New company ‘Setting Pretty’ launches with top hosting tips LONDON: Stephanie Bloom and Julie Darwent today announced the official launch of their business, Setting Pretty, an online store which offers a range of table settings and accessories designed for...

2020-05-07 15:11 | Realwire
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum invites #EPICIrish stories for a new exhibition

COME A CRISIS, COME IRELAND’S CALL. The Irish are answering the call around the world to make a difference during the COVID-19 crisis. As we move into the next chapter of Ireland’s story, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum invites people to share their #...

2020-03-02 10:00 | Realwire
Hamburg Port Anniversary

The Biggest Harbour Festival in the World with a Top-Notch Programme From 8th to 10th of May, visitors from around the world celebrate the 831st HAMBURG PORT ANNIVERSARY. More than 300 vessels are expected, including majestic tall ships and cruise ships, ...

2019-11-12 08:05 | Realwire
Challenge History: European Championships 2022 in Munich!

To mark the 50th anniversary of hosting the Summer Olympics, the Olympic Park Munich will be putting on a huge sporting celebration from 11 to 21 August 2022 as it welcomes the European Championships – the largest event to take place at the Olympic Park ...

2019-07-09 08:19 | Guardian
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