Despite London being renowned as a culturally diverse city with a lot of culturally diverse food, it can be said that West Indian cuisine is far less represented compared to any other.
Who can deny the joy of a good old-fashioned, human-run, paperback-selling bookshop? London is blessed with a wealth of independent bookshops, many of which are home to hidden gems on their shelves. Vanessa Hicks has scoured the streets to find you the cream of the crop – and the good news is there isn’t a Kindle in sight!
Sky Valley Mistress are bold, intrepid and they have enough attitude that you wouldn’t dare not to like them. Ashley Toth gets the lowdown.
An increasing number of couples embark upon the long distance challenge. Liane Nelson asks if we are living in a dreamland of having our cake and eating it too?
“Doing graffiti is in my blood and has become a part of me, it’s like an addiction,” says Mr Cenz, street artist extraordiaire. Yasmita Kumar gets the lowdown.
The Grand Budapest Hotel is one of Wes Anderson’s finest works. It’s an always entertaining romp that expertly balances its tone between delightfully lighthearted and darkly morose, all while delivering some tremendously funny deadpan humour, engaging plot threads and Anderson’s recognisably brilliant sense of stylistic flair