Archive for: February 2015

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Wait Watchers

Haley Morris-Cafiero is the artist behind the project and in front of the lens in her brilliant photographic series Wait Watchers. She talks ...
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Supermarket Weep

Supermarkets are a cause of great anxiety to Carol Tobin. Here's why.
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Exhibition review: History Is Now: 7 Artists Take on Britain

The Hayward Gallery’s vast exploration of Britain’s cultural, social and political history since 1945 certainly doesn’t lack ambition, but you...
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Cine-Vile: Ender’s Game

In the first of a new series, guff-film buff Diane Spencer sorts the cinematic wheat from the chaff, then throws all the wheat away. This mon...
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Ms Perfect

A former pupil at one of England’s top schools, Sally-Anne Hayward had mixed feelings about her alma mater. Would a school reunion – and ...
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Rated or Dated: The Breakfast Club

Standard Issue writers have been revisiting an album/film/book/TV series to see if it’s stood the test of time. This week, we’ve made
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Binging: Big Love

So, you’ve finished The Wire, Breaking Bad and The Killing and you’re still hungry for more boxsets. Fear not, Standard Issue
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A Moment’s Peace: The banks of the River Yare, Norwich

This week our series of places to go solo picks the brains of Rebecca Humphries who heads back to the first place she called home whenever sh...
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Short story: Small Seed to Hefty Branches

To celebrate National Storytelling Week, Standard Issue is running a short story each day. In Louise Boulter’s beautiful illustrat...
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Short story: Gerbil

To celebrate National Storytelling Week, Standard Issue is running a short story each day. No pets were hurt in the writing of editor Mic...