A new wave of Polish culture in the UK is challenging stereotypes
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It's not the earrings that offend, it's the holes
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Jonathan Dawson suggests that ecovillages are moving toward encouraging Transition Towns, which allo
James Medhurst points out that the purpose of sport is not to create a level playing field but rathe
Paul Miller gives an overview of the origins and basic principles of the Amish faith based on his in
The Green Party's Caroline Lucas discusses how Alistair Darling bottled the Budget and presented one
Could DRM-free audio novels make way for unrestricted electronic books?
<strong>We Are Now Beginning Our Descent</strong>
James Meek <em>Canongate, 304pp, £16.99 </em>
<strong>George Gissing: a Life</strong>
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When "getting ready" was the highlight of a girls' night out.
In the last of our articles on shamanic practices, Leo Rutherford summarizes the key points of shama
<strong>50 Facts You Need to Know: USA</strong>
Stephen Fender<em> Icon Books, 288pp, £10.99</em>
<strong>Fighting the Banana Wars and Other Fairtrade Battles</strong>
Harriet Lamb <em>Rider Book
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Clothes made from plastic waste aren't just a gimmick.
Playing tricks is not the way to get children to eat more vegetables
You don't have to slave over a hot stove to make use of an apron.
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The celeb-on-celeb interview is back, and as you'd expect, it's a cosy affair
Spring has sprung at Findhorn, and memories of nature spirits are re-awakened
Currently much talked about and argued over in the media, Kenneth Eckerersley explains how he came t
Friends only want to hear so much about your wedding dress.
Wanted: small but practical holder for all your essentials
Gadget-loving dads can look forward to the pram with satnav.
Richard Herring isn't drinking, and it's keeping him awake at night
<strong>Somewhere Towards the End</strong>
Diana Athill <em>Granta Books, 192pp, £12.99</em>