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Drink it WE don't really need much of an excuse to crack open a bottle of rose but we love the name of this one.

Domaine Maby Tavel Cuvee Prima Donna Rose 2011, is a light and easy grenache.

Priced PS9.50 from The Wine Society we will be sipping it by the barbecues... when summer finally arrives.

Visit it CELEBRATED photographer Rankin, pictured, is tackling his toughest subject yet - death. His exhibition ALIVE: In The Face of Death features images of everyday people who know they are running out of time.

Catch it at Liverpool's Walker Art Gallery until September 15 Follow it HE has 2,817,552 followers and Arnold Schwarzenegger apparently loves hearing from "my fans".

The Terminator, all-action hero and former Governor of California @schwarzenegger loves to twitter when he is not on set or in the gym.

Fans will not be to surprised to learn most of the star's tweets concern working out and he often doles out advice to wannabe muscle men.

For example: "People ask me how to eat well. It''s simple. You look like what you eat. If you look like a garbage can, you are most likely eating garbage."

Who are we to argue with Arnie eh? Read it FICTION fans rejoice, word is that, following the lukewarm reception for his last novel The Lost Symbol, Dan Brown is back to his Da Vinci Code best with his latest offering, Inferno.

The novel, which hit stores this week, (Transworld, PS20 hardback, ebook PS7.20) sees our hero Professor Robert Langdon, the renowned Harvard symbologist back in Europe, this time trying to unravel a mystery with its roots in ancient literature to save the world from a deadly plague, while escaping from some evil types who are trying to kill them.

All with the help of a pretty lady naturally. Brown is famously not the most literary of writers (what would Dante himself have thought?) but he is a master of intrigue and clever plotting - right until the close, with twist upon twist for the reader.

Definitely one for the beach bag this.

Watch it MORE than 20 years after Oliver Stone's Wall Street became a box office blockbuster, he reunited with star Michael Douglas, right, for this sequel, Money Never Sleeps (Channel 4, tonight 9pm).

It follows ruthless stockbroker Gordon Gekko as he's released from prison after an eight-year stretch, and his reinvention as an author and lecturer.

He meets a young banker (Shia LeBeouf) out for revenge on the company who drove his mentor to suicide, and agrees to help - but does he have his own agenda?
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Daily Post (Conwy, Wales)
Date:May 18, 2013
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