LAST MONTH we reviewed one of the world’s foremost health resorts, Arizona’s Canyon Ranch. Newsreader Emma Crosby says that whether you’re into hiking, cycling, tennis or watercolours, there is something for you at this 70-acre campus.
She’s run it in under three hours – the model-turned-fitness-guru tells us how she gears up for the 26-mile endurance test
What are your tips for those feeling overwhelmed at their marathon training schedule?
When the cheese plate is the best thing at a fish restaurant, you know you are in trouble, says Julian Harris
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THERE IS a problem. It is 8am in Dubai and a freak storm has descended over the improbable desert city. Where there should – statistically, at least – be clear, azure skies, there is a mulch of saggy grey cloud.
AS ALAN Shearer and John Barnes have proved, a good player does not a good pundit make, but former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan was instantly at ease on screen. Always immaculately turned out, I wonder how he chooses what he wears.
THE ART world is expanding and the capital’s newest fair is making sure London isn’t left behind. With galleries from Brazil (pictured) to Johannesburg to Tel Aviv all exhibiting, Art 13 a global art fair for a global city.
LIFE WAS hard in the early twentieth century. War and industrialisation brought about a revolution in art. Cubism, futurism and constructivism ushered in a blockish future of hard edges and fragmented forms.
ON 8 January this year, David Bowie marked his 66th birthday with a surprise new single. Silently uploaded onto the internet in the middle of the night, Where Are We Now? was released with no accompanying fanfare.