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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Do I really need that book about Hygge?

A fashionable phenomenon in Britain yet a simple outlook on life for Danes, the word “hygge” means different things to different people. Pronounced “hoo-ga,”...

Sign of ancestry or fashion statement? The natural hair debate

"Natural black hair is seen as uncontrollable, unruly and unprofessional, consequently the women who wear it are defined in the same way."

“Art through a wider lense” : an interview with SENSE founders

Amanda Levinson interviews the SENSE founders, a unique gallery which promises to play on the five senses: taste, touch, sight, smell and hearing.

Preview: The Autumnal Arts Festival

Catriona Lamb on the new Music is Love, Inklight and Art Society collaboration happening free in the Barron tonight.

A hidden gem of a restaurant in Prague

Lokál Dlouhááá is a rare kind of restaurant, one without pretention, that's all about the food and people you share it with.

The Nibble satiates St Andrews’ desire for satire

The Saint meets with the anonymous founders of St Andrews newest and most intriguing satirical paper, The Nibble.

St Andrews’ answer to Gossip Girl

Natasha Franks profiles the anonymous author behind Shiteshead Revisited, the town's premier voice of satire.

Charge of the writing blockade

The winning piece from the Frank Muir prize

The Poet and the Rock Star

Photo credit: University of St Andrews  Two Pauls, both virtuosos of words and music, took to the stage for performances and an intimate conversation at...

‘…And one more thing’: Clive James’s Poetry Notebook Reviewed

Tristram Fane Saunders is charmed and entertained by Clive James's chatty Lit. Crit.