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July 10, 2014
Summer Books: Between Laziness and Labour

Taking inspiration from the words of E.M. Forster and H.W. Beecher, we present a selection of titles to stimulate your senses this summer

July 9, 2014
Vanley Burke: Out of the Shadows

Vanley Burke explains how he exposed the untold tales of adversity, resilience and perseverance of African Caribbean settlers, tales that he photographed, archived but also personified

July 8, 2014
GoodNES Gracious Wii: Christopher Taber’s Top 5
Analogue Interactive homepage

The Analogue Interactive founder revisits his favourite games for Nintendo’s iconic console, the NES

July 7, 2014
King of France: Eugene McGuinness

Solo musician Eugene McGuinness talks to Tom Jenkins about his new album, Chroma, over tea and cake in Soho

July 4, 2014
J. D. Fergusson: Delayed Gratification

Ahead of the first retrospective of his work in more than 40 years, Alice Strang discusses the artwork of the Scottish Colourist and why it has taken so long for us to see it

July 3, 2014
Creative Focus: Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo Juliana Mundim

As a World Cup 2014 host city, all eyes are on the southern hemisphere’s largest metropolis. Creatives based in Sao Paulo tell Port why in order to be truly creative in Brazil, you have to be flexible

July 2, 2014
Patagonia: In the Footsteps of Chatwin
patagonian mountains, a report by David J Constable

David J Constable cuts a path through the Patagonian mountains as he retraces the steps of legendary journalist Bruce Chatwin

July 1, 2014
Creative Quarter: Folkestone

In the first of a series of reports, Alex Moore heads to Kent to find out about how an economically stagnant costal town as been rebranded as a creative power-house for the arts

June 30, 2014
He’s on the Phone: Pete Wiggs (Saint Etienne)
Saint Etienne by John Stoddart

Pete Wiggs reveals the secret to the pop band’s longevity as they release a limited edition book documenting their 25-year career