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Tulip by Celine Marchbank review – a daughter’s floral tribute

Celine Marchbank’s photographic journal of her mother’s terminal illness is rich in symbol and telling, everyday detail<p>British photographer Celine Marchbank has described her new book as a “delicate” project. The word is well chosen. Marchbank is a quiet observer of the everyday and here she …

Oscar's Best Directors Say You're Getting Ripped Off at the Movie Theater

Eric Myers, a literary agent who lives in Manhattan, went to his local multiplex recently to see the Jennifer Lawrence film <i>Joy</i>. He didn’t like the …

Seven incredible places you may have never heard of

As globalisation leaves no stone unturned, we took to Quora.com to find a few secret locales well worth the trip.

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The 5 best European LGBT festivals left in 2016

Gay pride events, since Stonewall, have been a focal point for gay culture for decades. But these days, with festivals dedicated to art, music, film …

What’s it like to be gay in the military

IN THIS TOUCHING VIDEO by Buzzfeed, four servicemen and veterans tell their experiences of serving in the U.S. military as gay men. They share why …

In 2015 I Travelled to 22 Countries on 4 Continents

As 2015 draws to a close, so does an epic year of travel: I journeyed to 22 countries on four continents over the span of 11.5 months!<p>And before you ask, I'll answer: yes, for about half the year I was on sabbatical from my job teaching high school English (which already gives me loads of days …

This Is What It's Like To Dive Between Two Continents

This is incredible.<p>This takes "two places at once" to a whole new, lower level.<p>Iceland's Silfra fissure is a deep, watery crack between the North American and Eurasian continents. It's the place where the two massive tectonic plates meet and are slowly drifting apart, causing earthquakes about once …

Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe star in the strangest movie I've ever seen at the Sundance Film Festival

It involves friendship, a dead body, and a lot of flatulence.<p>"Swiss Army Man" is a comedic action-drama that stars Paul Dano as a lonely guy who, while sailing one day, gets swept up in a storm in the Pacific Ocean and is washed ashore on a deserted island. Daniel Radcliffe is the dead body that …

The 71 Most Highly Anticipated Movies At The 2016 Sundance Film Festival

So many exciting movies at this year’s Park City–set independent film festival, which is happening now. Here they are, grouped by recurring themes.<p><b>1. The Birth of a Nation</b> (U.S. Dramatic Competition)<p><b>Starring:</b> Nate Parker, Armie Hammer, Aja Naomi King, Jackie Earle Haley, Gabrielle Union, and Mark …

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10 experiences you can only have in Costa Rica

IN JUST 19,729 SQUARE MILES, Costa Rica harbors a wealth of biodiversity, a stunning variety of landscapes and ecosystems(from tropical rainforest to …

Peru’s other lost city

Larger than Machu Picchu and far less known, Choquequirao still makes you feel as though you’re practically the first to arrive.<p>The trek to the lost Incan city of Choquequirao is one of the most difficult in Peru. From the town of Cachora, located 161km west of Cusco, it’s an 18km walk to Capuliyoc …

Why you should travel solo

Forget navigating the needs and wants of a group. Travelling solo means savouring unique experiences entirely on your own.<p>From family holidays to romantic getaways, memorable travel moments are often spent with others. But sometimes, travelling alone can unearth unique experiences that are …

Remote, romantic southern Spain

Located midway between the Mediterranean and the mountains, the region of Las Alpujarras charms visitors with Moorish architecture, ancient villages and rolling olive groves.

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‘Walking on water’ in Slovakia

Two hikers in Slovakia’s High Tatra Mountains walk across a lake that’s frozen so clearly, they look to be walking on water.<p>Walking on water sounds like the stuff of miracles, but there’s nothing supernatural at work in the clip above. Watch as two hikers in Slovakia’s High Tatra Mountains walk …

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