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    1. Review: 'In a Dark, Dark Wood' by Ruth Ware: EW review

      Entertainment WeeklyJul 30 01:53 PM

      Not long into this story involving a gun and a bachelorette party (or as Brits like Ware call it, a âhen doâ), itâs apparent someone is going to die. And if youâre like me, youâll find it almost impossible to put this twisting, electrifying debut down until you figure out why. Crime writer Leonora... A-

    2. Andrew Hankinson talks to the Scottish comedian about his work, turning down Question Time and why he asks awkward questions on Twitter.

    3. BERLIN – Let me say something obvious: fighting someone is exhausting. The switch—or whatever you want to call it—that flips when the lizard part of your brain tells the rest of you to hold off on metabolizing or thinking is inescapable. When you’re a novice fighter like me, the only thing you can think about is hitting and then, very quickly after the first time you get cracked in the nose or ...

    4. Beach wheelchairs could help disabled people like me access British beaches and make a splash while on holiday, so why don’t we have more of them? I’m a big fan of beach holidays, and although in a wheelchair with primary progressive multiple sclerosis, I have always found a way to get to the water. Summers in south Devon often involve sweating mates and family, improbable terrain, me hanging on...

    5. Can someone out in TV land crunch some numbers and figure out if ABC production spent more than $1999.99 on the travel budget for The Bachelorette? Jeez dudes. We spent approximately eight weeks in Ireland, met Nick and Shawn's family at an extended stay hotel in Utah, then spent the grand proposal finale in the ABC Westside rentals mansion from the premiere? Did Clorox have a bad quarter? I ...

    6. For the first time in my life I feel like I don’t belong. British Muslim communities have so many worries about your plans to tackle extremism, so why don’t you communicate with us? Dear Mr Cameron, What did your speech on radicalisation this week actually mean to someone like me? Continue reading...

    7. David Hughes wants you to dig deep and give him a bit more money.

    8. Burn, Baby, Burnout

      The Huffington PostJul 29 06:57 AM

      About eight months after the birth of The Collective, my Deputy Editor Mel looked me sternly in the eye and said, "Do you need to see someone? I'm not sure this pace is sustainable or what should be your normal." I would like to say Mel only noticed the "subtle" clues because we've worked together for years and she knows me inside out. But, let's be honest, even the mailman could have spotted ...

    9. If you can stand to have a little empathy for someone who seems unsympathetic, maybe his whole life is dedicated to feeling less empty inside Lately, as I follow American politics, a question keeps nagging at me, resurfacing unbidden in idle moments over coffee, or while waiting on station platforms: what is Donald Trump thinking? To be clear, I don’t mean “what makes Trump think he can be ...

    10. “Naples,” the young man I mentioned meeting in my recent Milan photo essay warned me, “is extremely dangerous. The Mafia is there, but if you don’t encounter them, someone will surely try to take your camera or your money.” Of course, this young man had never been to Naples. And even if he had — and even if Naples was the most dangerous place in the world — I knew someone in Naples. Well, not ...

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