Love the moon? Waiting for Richard Branson to slip you a ticket for one of these moon shuttles we hear he's plotting? Well, in the meantime, slip on your dancing shoes: here are ten top lunar tunes, from decades of moon music, we guarantee will launch you into orbit.
We love books, we love art, and we love a radical gesture, so literary graffiti? We could not be more psyched about that! Here are ten killer examples.
Although it’s been sixty-one years since the UN Convention on the Political Rights of Women came into effect, and although, as of 2015, the Convention has 123 state parties (including Palestine), the political landscape is still almost entirely male-dominated. In fact, only 21.9% of national parliamentarians worldwide right now are female politicians.
We know, we know, geeks are geeks, and jocks are jocks, and never the twain shall meet – hang on, though, that’s utter horse-manure. After all, Arsenal’s Theo Walcott’s a big fan of Harry Potter, and Owen Hargreaves, formerly of Manchester City, says he likes to kick back with a copy of Paulo Coehlo’s The Alchemist. Not only that, but soccer – or plain old football if you’re of the British persuasion – is a literary phenomenon in its own right. Here are five of our favourite top-scoring texts:
Ireland’s got culture sewn right up. But while we’re all aware that it’s a popular filming location, and that it’s got a few stellar acting exports (Colin Farrell, for better or worse, or Game of Thrones’ Aiden Gillen), the names of the country’s rising directorial talents aren’t quite as recognizable – yet, that is
Whether you’re celebrating Valentine’s Day or boycotting Hallmark Holidays, you’re still a sucker for a good old love-story book, right? No? Well, hey, we love a challenge. Here are ten love stories (happy, sad, and pure conniving) that will yank those heartstrings whether you like it or not! Prepare to swoon…
Where do you get your fiction fix – the library? The local bookstore? Online? Well, it’s time to step it up a notch and visit some weird bookshops packed with literary wonders.
It’s harder then ever for writers to sell fiction, which means they're getting ever more inventive: here are seven real-life stunts that have been used to catch the customers’ attention – some formally and intellectually innovative, and some, well, just plain old audacious.