• March's best book releases, from Harlan Coben to Danielle Steel and Alan Titchmarsh
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    March's best book releases, from Harlan Coben to Danielle Steel and Alan Titchmarsh

    There’s something satisfying about engrossing yourself in a book when the seasons are changing,

  • Whitney Houston hologram tour 2020: How to get tickets
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    Whitney Houston hologram tour 2020: How to get tickets

    The Whitney Houston Hologram tour, also known as An Evening With Whitney, kicks off next week - but how can you buy tickets?

  • The Tate Modern is now more popular than the British Museum – but which is better?
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    The Tate Modern is now more popular than the British Museum – but which is better?

    Earlier today, the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA) announced its members’ visitor figures for 2018, with some surprising (and some not so surprising) results.

  • Photographer captures the beauty of diversity by showcasing rare skin condition
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    Photographer captures the beauty of diversity by showcasing rare skin condition

    A photography exhibition featuring people with a rare and untreatable skin condition is creating a buzz thanks to its empowering celebration of beauty in diversity.‘How Do You C Me Now?’ is a series of 30 portraits showcasing people with Congenital Melanocytic Naevus (CMN), a condition, which is caused by a mutation in the NRAS gene.According to the charity Caring Matters Now, CMN is a type of birthmark that typically appears in newborn babies. It presents as large, dark brown birthmarks, which can cover up to 80% of the body, and can also appear internally.Large or very numerous CMN are rare, occurring in just 1 in 20,000 births worldwide, which means people who have the condition can feel isolated and face negative comments about they way they look, causing them to lack self-confidence.But the new exhibition aims to change that. 

  • Books coming out this week: “Red Clocks,” “So You Want to Talk About Race,” and more
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    Books coming out this week: “Red Clocks,” “So You Want to Talk About Race,” and more

    “It’s not a day off. It’s a day on.” Every year on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I think of those words…

  • 25 books out in November that you won’t want to miss
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    25 books out in November that you won’t want to miss

    We don’t know about you, but we have big plans this month. We’re going to watch a ton of November Netflix arrivals,…

  • 25 books we can’t wait to read in October
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    25 books we can’t wait to read in October

    It’s officially fall, and we’re celebrating every way we can. We’re eating pumpkin spice-flavored everything (while debating whether candy corn is delicious…

  • Could art classes be the new book clubs?
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    Could art classes be the new book clubs?

    “Wow, that’s brilliant,” exclaims a tourist, cooing over my boyfriend’s easel, as we stand side-by-side painting the view outside’s Mayfair’s Connaught hotel. Who knew that a five-star art course would be the activity that pushed my previously happy relationship to the brink? In contrast, Terence, my beloved, spent his teens mooning moodily about an art room, and has been known to whip out a sketch pad while on hols.