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Author Archives: Alex Clark
In which Alex Clark wonders why Martha Stewart makes such a fuss about it. Continue reading
From Gate Gate to The Great Train Snobbery and calling a B&B for a castle, Alex Clark looks British politics. And, explains how hospitality really works.
The Tories take on the plebs, err, police and Alex Clark realizes she’s lost her perspective. Though she is sincerely trying to Keep Calm And Carry On.
In which Alex Clark discovers that the meaning of “austerity measures” is trying to read The Magic Mountain while on holiday in a small town on the Aegean.
In which Alex Clark uncovers the true meaning of cupcakes – and a bit of cheesecake.
Kate gets her kit off, and Alex Clark contemplates the beauty of the female form. As well as Vogue’s dictates that midriffs (bare) are in.
From Lambchop to sockpuppets, vagina biographies and a family wedding, Alex Clark answers a (the) question.