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October 31 2014

From blogs.independent.co.uk| Fri Oct 31 2014, 13:32:35

If it's possible for us to have got out of bed the wrong side in the morning can the same be said of our dogs? Do they have moods that swing from elation to despair and back up again? For no apparent reason.? Is the mystifying reason for your dog uncharacteristically snapping at a stranger simply because [...]

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From blogs.independent.co.uk| Fri Oct 31 2014, 13:18:29

It's that time of year when a hearty seasonal soup can be the most comforting of meals. Roasted cauliflower is a treat by itself so teamed with caraway and sprouts it can't help but be a winning formula. Definitely one to try this winter. A heavily buttered toasted loaf on the side is a great [...]

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October 30 2014

From blogs.independent.co.uk| Thu Oct 30 2014, 12:20:48

India's prime minister, Narendra Modi, has caused some consternation and controversy by saying to an audience of doctors and scientists last weekend that plastic surgery and genetic science existed and were in use thousands of years ago in ancient India. That, he said at the dedication of a hospital in Mumbai on October 25, was [...]

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From blogs.independent.co.uk| Thu Oct 30 2014, 07:05:11

The four members of Axes have been brought together from the far flung corners of Denmark, Iran, Scotland and Essex, to form an almighty amalgamation of schizophrenic punk energy and math rock riffing. After the release of their self-titled debut mini album in 2013, the quartet are back with Glory released through Big Scary Monsters [...]

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From blogs.independent.co.uk| Thu Oct 30 2014, 05:55:19

Grime MC Solo 45 is currently deep in preparation for his appearance alongside his crew Boy Better Know at this week's Red Bull Culture Clash. The grime collective will be defending the title, which they won at last year's event. They've got their work cut out with competition from Jamaica's legendary Stone Love, the A$AP [...]

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October 27 2014

From blogs.independent.co.uk| Mon Oct 27 2014, 07:08:57

With the release of their third album, There Is Only You, The Xcerts have managed to marry raw emotional lyrics to some of the catchiest choruses of 2014. Available for streaming below, exclusively for The Independent, the album represents a turning point for the band and is quite possibly their strongest release to date. Remfry Dedman sat down with the three-piece to discuss contradictions, heart-break and career-defining records.

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October 26 2014

From blogs.independent.co.uk| Sun Oct 26 2014, 05:38:11

I have an ongoing dilemma about where to keep my herbs growing. Ok, this isn't the biggest of dilemmas, but as gardening is always about trying to overcome nature, it is always good to have a debate with yourself. The best place for herbs, really, is close to your back door (or front door, in [...]

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From blogs.independent.co.uk| Sun Oct 26 2014, 01:00:43

We are all familiar with the image of a campaigning, grinning, politican holding a baby but is the act of humanity quite so strong if the same MP is clutching a dog? With a general election on the horizon we wonder if a dog owners vote can be swayed by a strategically placed mutt? The two of [...]

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October 24 2014

From blogs.independent.co.uk| Fri Oct 24 2014, 07:56:53

The volunteer was insistent. "Hurry, hurry! NO! Don't sit down! You can't stop! Keep moving!" I was at the penultimate checkpoint on the UTMB - some 43 hours into the one of the world's ultimate ultra-marathons and the biggest challenge of my running life. Here I was at La Tete aux Vents, high up in [...]

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From blogs.independent.co.uk| Fri Oct 24 2014, 07:18:31

This in lieu of a full post, a favourite cover pulled at random from the shelves: This edition of Stendhal's A Roman Journal, from Collier Books, published in 1961, the year, so the internet tells me, that the imprint was swallowed up into Macmillan. Which is a shame, as it's a charming paperback imprint - still [...]

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