We report on how Portuguese and Brazilian middle classes are choosing France as their top European destination. Plus, why the new wave of coffee makers popping up in America looks a little bit like the old wave.
Crime, for better or worse, is in Australia’s DNA. The country’s famously laid-back residents view their origin as a British penal colony almost as a point of pride, and venerate celebrity toughs such as hitman Mark “Cho…
Stage plays ending their run ahead of time; the death of the UK Film Council; part one of a four-year plan to slash the Arts Council’s budgets by a third: 2011 isn’t set to be the best of years for culture in London.
In Japan, a second library is set to open that is funded by private bookseller Tsutaya. Is this evidence of turning over a new leaf or should we throw the book at the commercialisation of a public service?