Archive for: July 2015

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Glad Rags

In the latest of a series that sees Standard Issue writers celebrate the clothes that make them happy, Justine Brooks channels her gran ...
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Jo Milne: a diary of firsts and lasts

Since the world watched her hear for the first time, Jo Milne has been on a journey into sound, all the while knowing her world is getting dark...
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“Am I an animal hoarder in waiting?”

How many pets is too many pets? “Good question,” mumbles veteran pet fanatic Dotty Winters from beneath a pile of cats, rabbits and legwarm...
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Edinburgh picks: Part 1

Next week the Edinburgh Fringe Festival kicks off and we’ll be telling you about some of the best shows, as well where you can see your favourite
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Binging: Dance Moms

So, you’ve finished The Wire, Breaking Bad and The Killing but you’re still hungry for more boxsets. Fear not, Standard Is...
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Review: Go Set a Watchman

Harper Lee publishing another book put Sadie Hasler, a devoted long-time lover of To Kill A Mockingbird, in a proper tizz and she had to...
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Western suggestions

Tomorrow it’s Cowboy Day in the US. Hannah Dunleavy suggests you spend the weekend watching a western and is here with some of her favourites...
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The Round-Up

Amanda Wilkie trawls the internet so you don’t have to. This week she says yes to photobombs and no to selfie sticks.
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Odd Job: Sam Holcroft

One of British theatre’s rising stars tells Cariad Lloyd how she swapped cultivating cells for cooking up fresh new drama.
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Binging: Enlightened

So, you’ve finished The Wire, Breaking Bad and The Killing but you’re still hungry for more boxsets. Fear not, Standard Is...