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Emily Bootle is the New Statesman’s editorial assistant.
In his new release the Canadian musician Michael Milosh explores soft percussion and jazzy harmonies.
The hit Netflix show, with its captivating anti-hero Beth Harmon, has brought the game to new demographics, with the number of new female players on Chess.com at an all-time high.
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Drawing from 1980s rock, metal and her country roots, Cyrus abandons her belting soprano to sound like a 50-year-old smoker in cowboy boots.
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On Positions, Grande moves seamlessly from character to character while maintaining her own highly specific brand.
As online clothing sales recover in the wake of Covid-19, our unsustainable habit is proving hard to quit.