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Stuff You Should Know About: The Weekly EDIT

Stuff You Should Know About: The Weekly EDIT

What we’ve been reading over the last seven days: The Weekly EDIT…

Novak Djokovic makes history with Cincinnati Masters victory over Roger Federer – Novak Djokovic became the first player to win all nine Masters 1,000 tournaments (BBC) Read More

The Modern Man’s Guide To Trans-Seasonal Dressing – Take your first steps into the new season with the arrival of our latest collection, featuring re-energised prints, refreshed tailoring and a rakish take on dressing down (Reiss) Read More

The Man Who Made the Australian Café (and, Yes, Avocado Toast) a Global Phenomenon – Sharing lunch with Australian restauranteur Bill Granger (The New Yorker) Read More

Bristol and Bath: A city hopping weekend in the south-west – From the creations of Banksy and Brunel in Bristol to the restorative spa and ancient abbey of Bath, there’s much for the visitor to enjoy in this winning double-header (The Guardian) Read More

10 Benefits of Reading: Why You Should Read Every Day – When was the last time you read a book or a substantial magazine article? Do your daily reading habits centre around tweets, Facebook updates, or the directions on your instant oatmeal packet? (Lifehack) Read More

Boxing’s P4P Top Ten – Who makes the list in boxing’s pound-for-pound top ten? Here are Johnny Nelson’s thoughts (Sky Sports) Read More

The New Kid on the Block, A Cricketing Superstar in the Making – Natural is the only way Pant knows, says former Delhi coach (India Times) Read More

Immersive Horror Experiences are Big Business, but this is Another Level – A groundbreaking new 4D House of Horror experience will recreate classic film scenes and is so terrifying you need to sign a waiver to enter (HouseofHorror) Read More

Madonna at 60: The Queen of Pop in seven charts – Since Madonna’s eponymous debut album hit the shelves in 1983, she’s performed on 10 concert tours and sold more than 300 million records (BBC) Read More

The Very Best Podcasts Hosted by Celebrities – Need some new podcast action? Look no further than these celebrity hosted gems (Refinery29) Read More

47 Metres Down: The Next Chapter – If this summer’s blockbuster The MEG has got you in the mood for more seafaring shark shenanigans, then check out this new trailer (Collider) See More

Aretha Franklin ‘Queen of Soul’ – Aretha Franklin, universally acclaimed as the “Queen of Soul’ and one of America’s greatest singers in any style, died on Thursday at her home in Detroit aged 76. Read The New York Times’ tribute to the legendary songstress. (The New York Times) Read More

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