A treasure full of the wild, weird and wonderful from the world of fretted instruments publishes its 50th issue.
We may be shocked by our country’s regression, but James Baldwin reminds us that this is our history.
Emma Smith on why – when we think of books important to us – we find their content is inseparable from their form.
Frank Wade encourages exploration of new perspectives leading to faith-based reflections on the human experience.
An “everything but the kitchen sink” post about eating well from Glasgow to Paris.
Each month I have a goal of reading five books. Here’s my list from May 2022.
Reading Michael Stewart on inequality while touring countries with very different histories on the issue.
Mackay Brown passed everything “through the eye of the needle of Orkney.” Evocative images and wonderful stories filled our visit.
A trip to the Edvard Grieg home Troldhaugen, outside Bergen, brought out tunes by a favorite composer.
Cities are living organisms where we should add vibrant new chapters to history without eradicating it.