Losing Venus at Pitt Rivers
Pitt Rivers exhibition highlights the impact of British colonialism on queer lives around the world
Jess from @shesgotwealth has your back
Are you crap with your money?
Every 20 minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with blood cancer and the register of stem cell donors – who are needed to save thousands of patients’ lives – does not
20 in 2020
A Band of Brothers is a fast growing, community-based organisation established ten years ago, seeking to improve the lives of young men who are in crisis, by providing them with mentoring and
From hats to lawnmowers, Britain’s speciality museums are going from strength to strength. With old industrial sites filling up with exhibitions of things like pens and coffins, as seen
"This Land is our Classroom"
Leah Penniman, author, activist and farmer, is committed to ending racism and injustice in our food system. She and her team at Soul Fire Farm in upstate New York are working to increase farmland
So far in these pages we’ve featured a maître d’ and a concierge – rather splendidly I think you’d agree – but this month we thought we’d leave the gilded
This month’s hero of the hospitality world is none other than William Thomson, Head Concierge at The Macdonald Randolph Hotel. He was recognised for his exemplary work in 2016, when he
Queer art for everyone
Jack Smith is a self-taught artist, taking inspiration from the beauty of Oxford and its LGBTQ+ community. The 23-year-old’s work is currently part of the Queering Spires exhibition, his