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A Cornerstone razor plus shaving products.

Cornerstone shaving and skin products

Cornerstone is a shaving subscription and delivery service that also supplies quality skin care products. In April the company launched a new razor which they recently sent to Manned Up to review, along with a cross-section of their products. We asked the writer and photographer Stuart Forster, who has sensitive […]

 

Travel

A lighthouse during a foggu night in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Ten tremendous reasons to tour New Brunswick, Canada

New Brunswick offers much for travellers to view and experience during a road trip in the Canadian province. Here are 10 tremendous reasons to tour New Brunswick: Dine on delicious seafood Atlantic Canada is renowned for its outstanding seafood. Freshly landed lobster and fish is served at restaurants in coastal […]

 

Food & Drink

After dusk falls in Edinburgh on 25 January people will head to Burns Suppers and celebrate Burns Night.

Burns Night and the best Burns Suppers in Edinburgh

Wander through Edinburgh towards the end of January and you’ll spot numerous adverts for Burns Suppers. Writes Barry Stephen Traditionally, they involve haggis, neeps and tatties (mashed swede and potatoes) being served alongside whisky used to toast the haggis and the memory of Robert Burns. According to tradition, the haggis […]

 

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