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  • Either that or some sort of back-street underground cookie, purchased off a gun-toting maniac high on his own supply of yeast.

    The best passenger complaint letter in the world

  • A car park in a back-street trading estate doesn't sound too promising a venue, but Bridport's St Michael's estate is home to a community of artists' studios, a regular vintage market and, on Friday evenings, the roving Jalopy Pizza van.

    West Dorset's top 10 budget eats

  • Shaw's obsessive project might be seasoned by technical perversity and back-street humour, but when his images work they are wonderful.

    This week's new exhibitions

  • Gunn's introduction as a self-made vampire-hunter, as a human with no special powers who has entered the ongoing battle in the back-street seams of the night, extends the motif established in Xander.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • Gunn's introduction as a self-made vampire-hunter, as a human with no special powers who has entered the ongoing battle in the back-street seams of the night, extends the motif established in Xander.

    Notes on Strange Fiction: Seams

  • If you're hankering for a proper lunch, buy a bento (lunchbox) of rice and grilled fish or meat, and vegetables and pickles from a back-street vendor or small cafe.

    City Walk: Osaka

  • If you're hankering for a proper lunch, buy a bento (lunchbox) of rice and grilled fish or meat, and vegetables and pickles from a back-street vendor or small cafe.

    City Walk: Osaka

  • His meagre back-street room in Louisville was costing him forty a night, and with transport and eating to take into account, he reckoned he'd have to clear eight hundred to make the trip worthwhile.

    The Elvis Latte

  • If you're hankering for a proper lunch, buy a bento (lunchbox) of rice and grilled fish or meat, and vegetables and pickles from a back-street vendor or small cafe.

    City Walk: Osaka

  • If you're hankering for a proper lunch, buy a bento (lunchbox) of rice and grilled fish or meat, and vegetables and pickles from a back-street vendor or small cafe.

    City Walk: Osaka

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