A teenager from Manchester has shot dead a police officer before killing herself in an alleged suicide pact. Alex Hollinghurst, 17, was found dead near the body of her American boyfriend Brandon Goode, in Florida. The pair are alleged to have shot dead Orlando police officer Robert German, before turning the gun on themselves. German […]
Archive for March, 2014
Victor Croci, soon to depart Manchester for good, has left us with a guide to show us how to celebrate the coming end-of-year revelry in style. All you need is a flute, a magnum, and post-exam euphoria.
Holly Poynter updates that most traditional of English afternoon treats: the scone.
Jack looks ahead to the hotly anticipated X-Men sequel, uniting the casts of both generations of mutant films
Ben looks ahead to the new season of Louie, and suggests you get yourself acquainted with the lovable loser, if you haven’t done so already
Suraj thinks that instead of watching The Lion King for the umpteenth time, you should try one of the many lesser-known animated films you’ve likely overlooked
App tells people ‘most hyped’ places to be on a night out
Books editor Annie Muir encourages you to read the novel that Alice Munro always wanted to write
Sam Herridge this week experiments with parsnip cake—the proof is in the pudding!
Joanne Procter offers her expert advice on how to eat smart for the coming exam period.
While it won’t be for everyone, Film Editor Robbie Davidson recommends you seek out Under the Skin for a truly immersive experience
James gives us his Inglorious Casters
Tom talks blood, bureaucracy, flesh and classifications: how the BBFC has affected movies from Psycho to Philomena, Cannibal Holocaust to A Clockwork Orange
Kirsty Marsh on how to tailor your choice of bikini to your body shape
Current trends show economic recovery is not translating into public opinion, according to a group of academics blogging on [email protected]