When it comes to books, Adam Lowe is a hard reviewer to please. But he liked this. We think.
Mother’s Ruin is offering workshops and support for LGBT+ performance artists.
As Vada grows, we’re looking for new blood. Writers, editors and reviewers welcome.
A beautiful mural in Shoreditch is on display to celebrate an unlikely wartime truce.
Make this delicious Christmas cake with The Great British Bake Off’s Iain Watters.
Márk Juhász’s sumptuous short film Carl receives its online premiere – and you can watch it here.
TV Editor Barry Quinn brings you the final part of Vada’s top TV of 2014.
The Coupe Stack is a tower of champagne glasses that is perfect for Christmas and New Year!
Relatives of Wikileaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning allege she has been tortured.
The Government plans to cut HIV prevention funding from £2.45m to £1.2m in April 2015.
Fayetteville backtracks on anti-discrimination rules after Duggar family funds opposition.
Vada and its readers continue our top TV of 2014.
Vada loves tea! We inspect the gift sets at Whittard and report back.
Cool Chile Co. have some great Mexican food gift ideas this year.
Several LGBT+ organizations have pledged to stand in solidarity with civil rights organisations over police brutality.
Craig Lomas takes a look at the UK’s first online shopping concierge service
Vada and its readers bring you our top TV of 2014.
We check out Crystal Head Vodka and discover an adventurous Christmas present.