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Monday, January 4th 2016 04:18 AM
Washington: "Game of Thrones" fans were let down Saturday, when author George R.R. Martin admitted he had missed a December 31 deadline to complete the latest installment in the fantasy series. "THE WINDS OF WINTER is not finished," Martin announced in a lengthy blog post shortly after midnight. "You're disappointed, and you're not alone. My
Sunday, January 3rd 2016 06:11 PM
Uvaggio Vermentino, Lodi, California, USA 2013 (£11.99, Berry Bros & Rudd) If you’re going to make a New Year’s resolution about wine, most likely it will be to give it up either for good or for a dry January. Mine would be to drink less and use the pennies I’ve saved from my usual daily mediocre bottles for a slightly
Sunday, January 3rd 2016 05:06 PM
Ben and Jezz met at university and quickly became friends. Ben was into designing bikes, while Jezz was focused on marketing. Scratching around for something to do, they decided to launch their own brand, as you do, and in 2012 Mango Bikes duly sold its first model. Since then they have sold hundreds of bikes, and this month sees the launch of
Sunday, January 3rd 2016 04:13 PM
One of the best things about winter is that fashion can be legitimately cosy. Take knit dresses: they keep you warm from head to toe but they can be stylish, too. Wide ribs are a bit of a thing this season: see Lily’s red dress and April’s herringbone ribs. Both outfits benefit from colour contrast – pink over taupe, navy over
Saturday, January 2nd 2016 08:01 PM
Leslye Headland is a smart writer-director now specialising in comedies of sexual manners. She adapted her stage play Bachelorette for the screen in 2012, and with this new film has created a contemporary romcom homage to When Harry Met Sally. Inevitably, it pretends to be edgier than it actually is, and doesn’t create a sustained character
Saturday, January 2nd 2016 06:09 PM
The world shares him and London claims him, but Stratford-on-Avon intends to spend 2016 celebrating William Shakespeare as their man: the bard of Avon, born in the Warwickshire market town in 1564, and who died there 400 years ago. Stratford remained hugely important throughout Shakespeare’s life, argues Paul Edmondson, the head of learning
Saturday, January 2nd 2016 03:29 PM
In the same week that comedian Bill Cosby was arrested on sexual assault charges, his wife, Camille Cosby, learned she must testify in a civil case against the entertainer filed by seven women who said he defamed them, court documents said. A federal magistrate judge in Massachusetts Thursday rejected arguments by Cosby's wife of almost 52 years,
Saturday, January 2nd 2016 03:01 PM
Reuters: LOS ANGELES: Jennifer Lawrence is a force, whether as the hero of “The Hunger Games” or the overburdened, inventive single mother in “Joy.” The Oscar winner is in every frame of David O. Russell’s new film, shining even among a star-studded cast with a performance that brings continuity to the
Saturday, January 2nd 2016 01:01 PM
PARIS: Larger-than-life French actor Gerard Depardieu is to play Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin in a forthcoming movie. Made a Russian citizen by Kremlin strongman Vladimir Putin, Depardieu will feature in a screen adaptation of a 2013 novel called “Le Divan de Staline” (Stalin’s Sofa), his press representative said late
Saturday, January 2nd 2016 12:42 PM
BERLIN: U.S. online retail giant Amazon said Sunday it plans to produce 16 feature films a year, throwing down the gauntlet to Netflix, whose African war drama "Beasts of No Nation" may be headed for Oscar glory in February. "We want to win an Oscar," Amazon boss Jeff Bezos told Sunday's edition of the German daily Die Welt. With its Prime
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