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New look for Culture.

SPOT the difference tomorrow in the new issue of Culture magazine, which introduces some new columns and a fresh new look.

The February edition launches My iPod, with American singer-songwriter Laura Veirs sharing her musical tastes; My Hero, with choreographer Antonia Grove revealing who inspired her - they're both in the region this month - and Readers' Lives where Kirsten Luckins talks about her favourite books.

We've a new Culture Daily section reminding you of what we've covered in The Journal and Flickr contributors could find themselves the star of our new Picture of the Month.

We've all sorts of goodies taking in the arts, theatre, literature and music, including interviews with Marti Pellow and local darling Beth Jeans Houghton, while Northumberland watercolorist Charles Evans combines art and food in a great new read in Taste.

There's lots to digest so make a meal of it tomorrow when the mag comes free with The Journal.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jan 30, 2012
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