New Haven Independent— A dirty bowl next to a post covered in peeling paint. Natural forms, of leaves or coral, ready to float into space. Heaving waves under heavy winds. These three distinct artistic viewpoints are part of the same exhibit at City Gallery on upper State Street until Jan. 26.
Mail Online—Row as National Portrait Gallery shuts for three years. The institution will shut in June for refurbishment expected to cost £35million - a chunk of which will be spent simply to shift the front door around the corner.
Mail Online—Savvy mum-of-three claims meal-prepping saves her up to £100-a-month. Jenn Carnaby, 33, from Manchester, has claimed that cooking seven days' worth of curry, cottage pie and stew at a time helps to save her family up to £100-a-month.
the Guardian—York to ban private cars from city centre within three years. City councillors unveil ‘unashamedly ambitious’ goal to cut carbon emissions The medieval city of York has announced plans to ban private cars from the city centre within three years in a bid to cut carbon emissions. Councillors spelled out the “unashamedly ambitious” goal that would follow the lead of Bristol, which is due to become the first UK city to ban diesel cars by 2021. Continue reading