Sometimes the internet and publishing worlds move so fast you miss the best bits. Here are a few articles and mags that are worth revisiting.
Fast food mysteries solved! Beer, beer and more beer! A plan for the end of the world! Hollywood's very own James Franco! Here's a few reasons to pick up volume 10.
Culinary mags seem to be more popular than sliced bread at the moment, but Spanish magazine Fuet provides fresh angles and heaps of food for thought.
We're all addicted to the news and most often the worst parts of it. Celebrity gossip, murders, the financial ruin of successful businessmen and women...
There's some magic in the way this bi-monthly magazine bites off big chewy social, political and cultural issues and makes them not just accessible but – gasp! – entertaining.
You think ribs are rustic? Try sparrows on toast. This cookbook contains some seriously old fashioned recipes, dating back from the Middle Ages through to World War II.
What would Jesus do? Read this article about undercover Christians infiltrating our night clubs, probably.
If you're anything like us, the only 'To Do' list you have these holidays involves reading. Here's a shortlist of books Smith contribs are sticking in front of their faces this summer.
In the latest volume of Smith, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki discusses everyday phenomena that science can't explain, from nose picking to sun sneezing. His new book, Game of Knowns, takes things to the next level.
Is the autobiography of Ron Burgundy, star of Anchorman 2, the greatest book ever written in the history of man? Maybe!
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