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Sunday, September 23, 2018

Bored to Death

A Don Quixote for the modern era? Based on a short story he wrote for McSweeney’s back in 2007, Jonathan Ames’ Bored to Death is...

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.

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.

On The Rocks 2013

Scotland's biggest student-run arts festival, On The Rocks, is set for a return in April and the organisers are on the lookout for volunteers...

Is this the new Sopranos?

For the last few months, the people at BSkyB have been going out of their way to publicise Sky Atlantic, a new channel hosting...

Brave and honest: Alumna Fiona Benson’s ‘Bright Travellers’ Reviewed

Amanda Merritt thinks this recent graduate's debut poetry collection has all the elements of good writing.

STARting Again

The Saint speaks with STAR Radio ahead of their relaunch this week!

Paris: Willy Ronis’ ‘une poétique de l’enagement’

By Kate Palfrey This Paris exhibition of Willy Ronis’ ‘stills from life’, on the other hand, was much more fun. A celebration of what would...

Hamming it up: Butternut Squash and Rocket Risotto

Butternut Squash and Rocket Risotto You’ll need: 500g Arborio Rice 1 tablespoon butter 1 large onion, diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 large butternut squash, halved, seeds removed (use a...

Dundee in the running for UK City of Culture 2017

But what chance does Dundee have against its competitors?