Revisited: Why is Sex and the City coming back to our screens? | News

[ad_1] This week we are revisiting some of our favourite episodes from earlier in the year. This episode was first broadcast on 21 January. Rachel Humphreys talks to the Guardian columnist Hadley Freeman about the television show Sex and the City. Last week the US streaming service HBO Max announced that the series will be … Read more

Edinburgh festival and beyond: a year-round guide to culture in Scotland’s capital | Epic Edinburgh breaks

Edinburgh festival and beyond: a year-round guide to culture in Scotland’s capital | Epic Edinburgh breaks

[ad_1] It’s true, Edinburgh in August is like nothing else. Every inch of Scotland’s historic capital becomes a stage for the world’s best artists – beer gardens bloom on cobbled streets, and in the hubbub of it all, you might just catch a life-changing show. After a fallow year in 2020, the August festivals are … Read more

Australia’s best sustainable architecture for 2021 – in pictures | Art and design

[ad_1] Over the past two months, the Australian Institute of Architects has been commending the best buildings in every state with their chapter awards. The program wrapped on 2 July with the announcement of NSW’s architecture award winners. In the sustainable award category, architects are recognised for their innovative approaches to environmentally friendly design. Julia … Read more

‘We always see sex from the man’s view’: Cammie Toloui, the peep show performer who peeped back | Culture

[ad_1] “As a rebellious preteen, I sat down and made a list of my life goals,” writes Cammie Toloui in her photobook 5 Dollars for 3 Minutes. “It was pretty simple: 1. Sex. 2. Drugs. 3. Rock’n’roll.” Born in the San Francisco Bay Area in the Summer of Love, Toloui was in the right place … Read more