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The best houses in ‘Skyrim’ and how to get them

In the nearly eight years years sinceSkyrim: The Elder Scrolls V was released, fans still havent gotten tired of wandering the snowy reaches of Tamriel. The fantastic characters, imaginative creatures, and gripping quests of this world never stopped entertaining the masses of fans who still flock to this game. But whether youre playing through for Read more »

The 10 ‘Skyrim’ races and their unique perks explained

Its been nearly a decade since gamers took their first steps into Bethesdas ambitious open world of.Despite the long years that have passed, this groundbreaking game is still a fan favorite.So the question remains:Which of theSkyrim races is best for your play style? There are so many ways to playSkyrimwe may never get bored. Its Read more »

Paul Cattermole: Ive been answering S Club 7 questions for 20 years

Paul Cattermole found stardom with 90s pop kids S Club 7, but says being in the band brought him only pain and poverty Paul Cattermole is explaining what its like to be famous. Ive been on stage and seen a bra swirling in the air, coming to land on my head, he says. I tended Read more »

Let’s Face It: The 2019 Summer Movie Season Was Dreadful

Profits dipped and quality plunged. Ticket sales in the United States and Canada are projected to total $4.33 billion, a 2% decline from last year, according to the media analytics firm ComScore. But the fine print is what’s important. Disney monopolized the summer to a vast degree, meaning a disconcerting amount of that revenue belongs Read more »

The ‘Circle of Life’ brings singer Lebo M back to ‘The Lion King’

(CNN)Even if you don’t know singer Lebo M by name, you’ve likely known his voice for the last quarter-century. Born Lebohang Morake in Soweto, Johannesburg, Lebo M was a musical prodigy without formal training who ultimately became an exile due to the oppressive Apartheid regime, a system he says “sought to make you constantly less Read more »

Song of the summer 2019: our writers pick their favourite tracks

From Taylor Swift to Goldlink, Guardian critics highlight their favourite songs of the season MUNA Number One Fan There are plenty more obvious candidates for blockbuster holiday tunes, but if youre the type who pumps Depeche Mode at the pool party, youre going to detect the summer potential of this LA synthpop trios 2019 comeback Read more »

Sweden beat England to Womens World Cup bronze with help from VAR

Sofia Jakobssons 22nd-minute goal proved decisive as Sweden won 2-1 in the third-place play-off after Ellen White had what looked like the equaliser chalked off by VAR Rotherham in November does not have too much in common with Nice in the searing 30C heat of a July evening but there was a definite sense of Read more »

Swinging 60s surrealist Penny Slinger: ‘Collectors thought I came with the art’

She made psychic dolls houses, erotic wedding cakes and full-frontal collages. But the world wasnt ready for her powerful personal visions. Is Lady Picasso about to get her dues? Penelope Slinger has never done anything by halves. She remembers drawing her first really accomplished picture in 1952, when she was four and a half. It Read more »

Andrew Scott: ‘Its mind-blowing being described as a sex symbol’

The actor, 42, on the pleasure of acting in Fleabag, Irelands new progressiveness and not being the next James Bond I was brought up in Dublin. My parents are from Tyrone and Mayo. I went to a Catholic boys school. It was a different time for Ireland back then. With the same-sex marriage referendum of Read more »

Madonna: Madame X review a splendidly bizarre return to form

An engrossing mix of Latinate beats, political allusion and Joan of Arc Madonna is in her fourth decade of what we now somewhat suspiciously call appropriation, a pick-and-mix skill set that has previously laid the singer open to accusations of unoriginality or, worse, Sexualised Catholicism, at the dawn of MTV, was Madonnas first stroke of Read more »