Tottenham Hotspur injury news: Dele Alli not expected to return until March with hamstring strain

CROCKED The England international limped off during Spurs’ win against Fulham on Sunday and joins Harry Kane in the treatment room By Joe Coleman 22nd January 2019, 5:40 pm Updated: 22nd January 2019, 5:55 pm Dele Alli is not expected to return until March due to a hamstring strain, Tottenham Hotspur gave confirmed. The England…

Michelin’s Star Is Fading in the World of Fine Dining. Here’s Why
Michelin’s Star Is Fading in the World of Fine Dining. Here’s Why

Sébastien Bras and Jay Fai don’t appear to have much in common. One is the son of legendary French chef Michel and an acclaimed cook in his own right. The other is a 72-year-old grandmother and Bangkok street-food vendor. But they share one thing: They both wanted to relinquish their Michelin stars. A decade ago,…

Costa Rica: If Toucan, you can
Costa Rica: If Toucan, you can

The colourful toucans of Costa Rica soar and dip and on a wellness break, so does Stephanie Holmes. I was supposed to be concentrating on my downward-facing dog but my attention was more concerned with upward-flying toucans. It was my final yoga class after a week of wellness adventures in Costa Rica, and the setting…

POLITICO Playbook: Republicans try to address fundraising woes, and a new Pelosi book

SIREN … ALEX ISENSTADT: “Exclusive: GOP reaches landmark agreement to juice small-dollar fundraising: ‘Patriot Pass’.

Going it alone: 25 life-changing solo holidays for 2019
Going it alone: 25 life-changing solo holidays for 2019

An increasing number of travellers are opting to go it alone, according to an annual travel report published by Abta in October last year. The survey revealed that more than one in six people now holiday solo – up from 12 per cent in 2017 and up by almost one third since 2011.  This rise…

AC/DC and emoji menus: What it’s like to eat at Gaggan, one of the world’s top-5 restaurants
AC/DC and emoji menus: What it’s like to eat at Gaggan, one of the world’s top-5 restaurants

By Dianne de Guzman, SFGATE Updated 9:57 am PST, Wednesday, January 16, 2019 One of the most well-known tidbits about Gaggan is its unique menu: a single sheet of vellum paper with an emoji depicting each course. The 25 emojis stack upon each other and guides diners through the meal … well, as much as a…

Michelin’s Star Is Fading in the World of Fine Dining. Here’s Why

Sébastien Bras and Jay Fai don’t appear to have much in common. One is the son of legendary French chef Michel and an acclaimed cook in his own right. The other is a 72-year-old grandmother and Bangkok street-food vendor. But they share one thing: They both wanted to relinquish their Michelin stars. A decade ago,…

23 extremely underrated TV shows you should binge ASAP

In Binged, Mashable breaks down why we binge-watch, how we binge-watch, and what it does to us. Because binge-watching is the new normal. Ever feel like you’ve discovered the greatest show ever, only to learn it’s not getting nearly enough recognition? You’re not alone! With hundreds of original shows coming out a year, it’s impossible…

Best places to visit in February

Some of the best countries and cities to go to during the shortest month. COUNTRIES ENGLAND Why you should go: England does cosy well. Wander the dales, fells and moors, and reward yourself by hunkering down in a Michelin-starred restaurant with rooms such as North Yorkshire’s The Yorke Arms, which featured in the first series of The…

Wines of the week: Eight whites for winter

Although January has been relatively benign, weather wise, so far, don’t let those lovely snowdrops fool you with promises of spring: real snow may be on its way later this month and it is normally a time for warming full bodied reds. But what whites will work in cold weather and with wintery foods? For that, we…