Enough to make you scream: the race to save history’s artworks

The Scream is fading. Paint samples from the 1910 version of Edvard Munch’s famous image of angst have been under the X-ray, the laser beam and even a high-powered electron microscope, as scientists have used cutting-edge technology to try to figure out why portions of the canvas that were a brilliant orangish-yellow are now an ivory white. Since 2012, scientists

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Queen explains how she perfected her royal teeth but says it was ‘worth it’

The Queen has revealed the secret behind her royal smile was a stint wearing braces when she was younger. Her Majesty explained that she perfected her smile by using wire braces "a very long time ago". The classic dental technique has had a long lasting impact, as the 93-year-old's beaming smile attests. The teeth based revelation was made today during

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McVitie’s slashes sugar in Digestives and Hob Nobs in major recipe shake-up

McVitie’s has slashed the sugar content in nine of the nation’s favourite biscuits by up to 10%. It says this will remove a hefty 785 tonnes of sugar from Brits’ diets every year – without compromising on taste. New recipes have been created for Original Digestives, Rich Tea, Chocolate Digestives (milk and dark), Caramel Digestives, Original Hobnobs, Chocolate hobnobs (milk

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Döstädning is the Scandi decluttering trend that demands we celebrate life

Written by Kayleigh Dray Kayleigh Dray is Stylist’s digital editor-at-large. Her specialist topics include comic books, films, TV and feminism. On a weekend, you can usually find her drinking copious amounts of tea and playing boardgames with her friends. “Swedish death cleaning” may sound morbid, but it’s strangely uplifting.  Admit it: we say ‘decluttering’, you think ‘Marie Kondo’ – and

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Sydney Symphony Orchestra to commission 50 new Australian compositions

Sydney Symphony Orchestra has launched a massive multi-year commissioning project that will add vast amounts of new works to the library of Australian music. As part of the 50 Fanfares project, 50 Australian composers have been commissioned to write new works to be rolled out progressively between now and 2022. Alongside familiar names such as Elena Kats-Chernin, Matthew Hindson and

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We Finally Know What Jim’s Teapot Note To Pam On ‘The Office’ Actually Said

The most romantic Office mystery has finally be solved, and Jim and Pam fans are definitely going to want to take a moment to prepare themselves for the cuteness. During Feb. 19’s episode of Office Ladies, hosts Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey discussed the famous Jim and Pam teapot note. And Jenna Fischer actually revealed what Jim’s teapot note really

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