WHATEVER you do, don't tell native New Yorker Diana Edkins that fashion photography is frivolous, as she's the expert behind Belfast's new photographic exhibition which examines the tension between gender and sexuality.
CLAUDE Barras's stop-motion animated fable is a deeply moving and life-affirming addition to the pantheon of fantastically fruitful films that includes The Grapes Of Wrath, The Scent Of Green Papaya and Wild Strawberries.
THEY aren't pretty, they aren't cuddly and a real one may even make you retch – unless you're a diehard Francophile and like to eat them – but snails are rushing up the popularity ladder as subject matter for not-so-serious Belfast art lovers.
FOR someone who has travelled far and wide in a music career spanning more than half a century, Phil Coulter is never too far away from his Derry birthplace – or at least that's where his heart is, even if he may be physically miles away.
IN MAY 1997, as Tony Blair walked through the gates of Downing Street and Donald Trump divorced his second wife, two teenage boys, fresh from sitting their GCSEs, were sitting in a sunny bedroom in Leicester recording music.
Injustice 2 (Multi) By: Warner THE sequel to 2013’s caped caper, which finally settled those 'who would win?' arguments by letting nerds’ virtual fists do the talking, Injustice 2 once more lets players pit their favourite DC superheroes against one other, relieving the pulp friction between these stars of the comic book panel in a spandex ballet of feet and fists.
THE programme for this year's Open House Festival in Bangor is being launched tomorrow with a special Festival Sundown Market on Bangor Seafront between 4pm and 10pm featuring a live turn by the Open House Festival Choir.