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Winning wine sellers

Winning wine sellers

We reveal the finalists and winners of The Sunday Business Post Annual Gold Star Awards 2019

Food & Drink

Food & Drink

Pint Of View

Pint Of View

The Kings of Comedy

The Kings of Comedy

Titans of their cultural age, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy’s rich comedic legacy lives on in a new biopic which sees them brought back to life by Steve Coogan and John C Reilly. John Maguire meets the two stars in London

A serving of culinary sheebeen chic

A serving of culinary sheebeen chic

This week’s recipes come from Anthony Printer of Cronin’s Sheebeen in Westport, Co Mayo (croninssheebeen.com), which was named best gastropub in Connacht at last year’s Irish Restaurant Awards. On February 6, Anthony will host the first in a series of cookery demos, just in time for Valentine’s Day

Lanthimos serves up a right royal romp

Lanthimos serves up a right royal romp

The Favourite is an extravagantly strange, sublimely bawdy film that can count three phenomenal performances from phenomenal actresses amongst its heaped achievements.

The hot spots and cool hotels

The hot spots and cool hotels

Planning to get away this year? Here’s our guide to the must-visit destinations for 2019 along with tips on where to stay and when to go

Want to change?  Start small

Want to change? Start small

Waiting for a major, life-changing moment to arrive? Chances are, it may never happen. Rather, say authors Aisling Leonard-Curtain and Dr Trish Leonard-Curtain, tiny changes can add up to a powerful shift in your everyday, and their timely book The Power of Small offers practical routes to achieving that incremental change. Here, they discuss five internal characters you may recognise, and how best to quell the criticism that can come from within

The Shows To See This Year

The Shows To See This Year

100 years of a German original

100 years of a German original

This year marks the centenary of the birth of Bauhaus and, for many, the beginning of true modernism. Jessie Collins looks back on the short life of the original school in Weimar, whose legacy continues to influence architects and designers from all generations

The Light Fantastic

The Light Fantastic

Weapons of mass distraction

Weapons of mass distraction

Is our habit of using more than one screen at a time doing our brains damage or helping us to become better multitaskers? Sarah Taaffe-Maguire investigates

Not quite at the cutting Edge

Not quite at the cutting Edge

Ford’s facelifted Edge is impressively spacious but it doesn’t do anything brilliantly enough to challenge the premium SUV market leaders, writes Matt Robinson

Don’t wait for the law to give us a safer road for all

Don’t wait for the law to give us a safer road for all

Shane Ross’s bid to impose a legal minimum passing distance for overtaking cyclists has been shot down, but we should still reinforce its message

Long-range electric driving at a decent price

Long-range electric driving at a decent price

Kia’s big claims for its all-electric Niro stand up to scrutiny, with a useable range of 420km, writes Liam Shard