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PRE-OWNED, RE-USED

Applied Fashion: the pressure is building to buy new-season clothes. Time for Rebecca Willis, then, to pay another visit to the second-hand shop read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT applied fashionArtsClothesRebecca WillisSeptember/October 2013STYLE

A PSYCHEDELIC ODYSSEY

Short Read: for his pick of the autumn movies, Nicholas Barber chooses a mysterious story with "intoxicating visuals" read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsfilmmoviesNicholas BarberSeptember/October 2013THIS SEASON

COMPELLING CAMPAIGN, PAINSTAKING DETAILS

Six Good Books: Maggie Fergusson recommends a stirring novel about the Lockerbie bombing, an immersive history and a seductive walk   read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtscultureMaggie FergussonSeptember/October 2013Six Good Books

A LIBRARY AND A COFFEE HOUSE

Why the internet might be making us smarter—the Intelligent Life debate at Edinburgh. Plus Leonard Cohen, reproduced, two old gits, and two boys in pajamas read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsEdinburgh festivalTalks

NO BED FOR THE NIGHTS

Isabel Lloyd's first trip to the Edinburgh Fringe, as an actress in the 80s, didn't go quite to plan read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsEdinburgh festivalIsabel Lloydtheatre

A CLEMATIS AND A KNOB GAG

Thirty-seven years on, the comedy producer John Lloyd returns to stand-up. Charles Nevin explains why read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsCharles NevincomedyEdinburgh festival

HUMOUR FROM THE EMERALD ISLE, CHILLING TRANSLATIONS FROM CHINA

Edinburgh: An up-and-coming funny woman, Ma Jian on China's children, Red Bastard gets provocative, Three Lions prove familiar and Chris Ware pulls a crowd read more » COMMENTS: Comments | ADD NEW COMMENT ArtsEdinburgh festivalideasTalkstheatre

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