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The Daily: March 11
Jilly named top dog The four legged spectacle that is Crufts reached its furry finale over the weekend, with talented Pooch Jilly named as best in show. Jilly, who is a Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen, or just plain adorable to you and me, beat 20,000...
http://www.lady.co.uk/magazine/1984-the-daily-march-11
The Lady Guide to Modern Manners: 30 January
Dear Thomas, ‘I’ll have to check whether my husband is free,’ I said to the lady on the phone who called to ask us to dinner. ‘Oh no,’ she said, ‘I always invite couples separately.’ Is this normal? Of course, by that time I couldn’t very well refuse....
http://www.lady.co.uk/style/8444-the-lady-guide-to-modern-manners-30-january
FASHION on the RATION
The Lady’s inhouse 1940s enthusiast, Melonie Clarke Many believed that the outbreak of the Second World War would stifle the fashion industry and women’s ability to show their identity and creativity through their clothing. But as the new Imperial War...
http://www.lady.co.uk/people/8615-fashion-on-the-ration
BonsaI Bonkers!
Throwing open my patio doors I am assailed – not by birdsong, but by my neighbour Ted accompanying Edith Piaf to Non, je ne regrette rien! He has positioned his retro-style radio on a shelf between a bonsai Chinese elm and an acer. ‘Cup of tea, Ted?’...
http://www.lady.co.uk/people/8858-bonsai-bonkers
Irrational Man
Set on the fictional, sunlit university campus of Braylin, director Woody Allen’s Irrational Man deals with crisis-struck philosophy professor Abe Lucas (played by Joaquin Phoenix) and his search for meaning. One of Allen’s classic ‘blocked’...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/9204-irrational-man
A cradle of imagination
Born in November 1843, Gertrude Jekyll was the fifth of seven children of Captain Edward Jekyll of the Grenadier Guards and his wife Julia Hammersley. In 1878, her recently widowed mother purchased Munstead House near Godalming in Surrey. And it was...
http://www.lady.co.uk/life/8526-a-cradle-of-imagination
Why art fairs are terrific and not at all boring
It sounds obvious, but many people hang art too high – eye level is considered the correct height. In rooms where people are sitting it can be even lower. If the walls allow, two rows of pictures can work well. People make the mistake of putting the...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10844-why-art-fairs-are-terrific-and-not-at-all-boring
5 tips on how to break old habits and try new active pursuits in 2017
With the New Year just beginning most of us will have given some thought as to what we want to achieve in 2017. A common resolution is to be healthier and to try new things which, on paper at least, can be easily achieved by taking up a new active...
http://www.lady.co.uk/life/10473-5-tips-on-how-to-break-old-habits-and-try-new-active-pursuits-in-2017
The Libertine
Frankly, The Libertine is much too in-yer-face on many fronts for you ladies, but anyone who has seen the ads for the show, with a bearded, super-dooper Dominic Cooper – who came to our notice as that ultra-cocky History Boy – nestled against three...
http://www.lady.co.uk/culture/10232-the-libertine
Money talks
A poll of 4,300 university students and their parents found mums and dads have little idea about their children's finances once they leave home to study. Seven in ten blinkered parents say their children don't have or use a credit card – when in fact...
http://www.lady.co.uk/life/10254-money-matters
Parsnips and other triumphs
I tentatively dug up a parsnip, more as a forensic exercise than in the expectation of finding anything to eat. I pushed the spade down a spit, which seemed more than adequate in a season of multiple disappointments, and levered it downwards. To my...
http://www.lady.co.uk/component/content/15-life/gardening/1581-parsnips-and-other-triumphs?Itemid=118
Those who care
The case for back-up Carers, whether paid or unpaid, are among the most unacknowledged people in society. The fact that the job as a profession is skilled, requiring sensitivity, relationship skills and immaculate organisation, is often ignored. For...
http://www.lady.co.uk/life/524-those-who-care

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