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Kollegah: German Rap’s intellectual bad boy

Kosmo Sone on economics, creationism and thug life in the songs of rapper Kollegah

Guilty Pleasures

Sophie Patterson on her weird musical preferences

On Disc: The Suburbs

Al Bell on Arcade Fire's new album

The new Rocca Bar & Grill gets noticed in and out of the bubble

Jasmine Wheelhouse visits the Rusacks hotel’s new culinary addition

Despite popularity, Larsson’s novel fails to impress

Sophia Latorre-Zengierski on Sweden’s summer bestseller

St Petersburg: Monument to the Heroic Defenders of Leningrad

Situated on the southern outskirts of St Petersburg, the Monument to the Heroic Defenders of Leningrad pays tribute to all who lost their lives during the 900 day Siege of Leningrad during World War II.

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 have been the photographer’s centenary, curated by the Jeu de Paume contemporary art museum in the Tuileries, ‘Une poétique de l’engagement’ proudly displayed a well-selected collection of works in a fond homage to this one-man...

London: Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition

The Royal Academy’s annual sale of current British art is not for the critics. The bits of things on display inside – 10ft gorillas crafted from coathangers, outdated abstract offerings, some godawful scribbling from that pretender Tracey Emin – merely provide conversational starters.