Free tourist visas will be issued to tourists in Sri Lanka in an effort to boost tourism following terrorist attacks
The move marks an attempt to boost tourism following Easter Sunday terrorist attacks.
Does the 21st Century still need Herman Melville?
Queerness, gay marriage, and sperm-squeezing: celebrating Herman Melville’s 200th birthday.
The month in tech: New emojis and the return of the walkman
From a walkman revival to new emojis, here's July's biggest tech news.
Theatre Review: Jekyll and Hyde @ The Birmingham REP
What do One Direction fanfiction, feminism, and Robert Louis Stevenson have in common? This play, apparently.
Festival Preview: 2000trees 2019
This July, the nation’s favourite eco-friendly, independent rock festival is back and better than ever.
Borderlands 3: What we know so far
Gearbox has announced the latest installment in its irreverent franchise: Mask of Mayhem.
How video games are failing the LGBTQ community
Happy LGBTQ History Month! It’s time to stop revering games studios for doing the bare minimum.
Hear This: Martha - Love Keeps Kicking
The first single from Martha’s upcoming album is as vibrant and affecting as you would expect.
If you only read one thing this year... make it Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie
Why you should bump Ancillary Justice up a few places on your to-read list.
Can video games really be historically accurate?
A brief overview of the representation of history in video games.
Theatre Review: A Christmas Carol @ Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford
A production which proves that the real meaning of Christmas is compassion.
The Adaptability of Philip K. Dick
A reflection on the legacy of P.K.D. on his 90th birthday.