Jenny Shelton investigates a new 'healthy' chocolate, developed in Cambridge, which claims to enhance youthfulness. No, you're not dreaming...
St Mary’s School, Cambridge, discuss teaching pupils the value of coping with failure and the benefits of a 'growth mindset' ￼￼
A new collection of premium properties is set to be uncovered at Aura, off Cambridge’s Long Road.
Peter's Bridal Boutique shares ten surprising facts about wedding dresses...
Nicola Foley looks back over a decade of achievement and enterprise at the University of Cambridge's entrepreneurship centre
With Cambridge’s street food scene more vibrant than ever, Nicola Foley rounds up some of the top gourmet traders in the city
If music is the food of love, then Cambridge institution, Millers Music, must have been responsible for a lot of romance over the last century and a half
The official crews for the 2015 BNY Mellon Boat Race and The Newton Women’s Boat Race were announced yesterday (19 March).
Ruthie Collins takes up the Wildlife Trusts' 30 Days Wild challenge.
Celebrating an impressive 40 years of making music together this year, The Stranglers form part of the canon of British rock greats.
It was a scramble for tickets for the Folk Festival’s fantastic 50th birthday bash. Jennifer Shelton looks at the history of this iconic Cambridge festival and what’s in store for 2014.
Jennifer Shelton has a Dicky Bird with one half of British cult duo Chas & Dave ahead of their anniversary gig in Cambridge this month.
From student memoirs to murder mysteries, Cambridge has proved to be a rich source of inspiration for generations of writers
For National Vegetarian Week, 18-24 May, we round up our top veggie dining spots in Cambridge
Cast aside those skinny jeans and slip into something a little more ankle-aerating on 1 May for Sheene Mill’s 70s disco and dinner.
Simon Armitage, senior teacher at the Stephen Perse Foundation, looks at how innovation can bring learning to life
The local crafters that form Etsy Cambridge are holding a three-day vintage and craft fair in the city centre.
Cambridge is developing an excellent reputation for its quality international cuisine, from Mill Road's curry houses to city centre smokeries and burger joints. Jenny Shelton takes a foodie world tour of the city to find the best tastes from around the world - no passport required!
The award-winning opera company returns to Cambridge with passionate new French season
Did you know there are over 12 museums in Cambridge?
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