Alice Vincent, The Independent

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Past articles by Alice:

If we re-frame lockdown as an opportunity to hibernate until spring, things begin to look a little less bleak

While I miss my friends and the spontaneity of a social life, I’ve found it easier to cope with this time by accepting this stultification as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to just stop, and see what happens, says Alice Vincent → Read More

The frugal art of taking cuttings to make new plants

Taking cuttings is the best (and cheapest) way to keep your garden full of your favourite plants → Read More

How to holiday-proof your garden

A small miracle, in the Covid-era, has occurred: you’re going away. But what about your plants? → Read More

How being a nosy gardener can improve your own patch

Found yourself peering over garden gates? Here's how to turn your jealousy into practical tips → Read More

Why gardening is so good for your mental health

There’s nothing better for your state of mind than losing yourself among the pots and plants → Read More

How to perk up dingy corners of your garden

Thinking vertically in the garden can pay dividends – especially in dingy corners → Read More

Why your garden needs decluttering too

Whether you have an acre or a windowsill, our new weekly columnist Alice Vincent is here to help… → Read More

Who is Miss Anthropocene? A guide to Grimes’s weird new concept album

At long last, Grimes’s fifth album is here. → Read More

Caroline Flack's death is a travesty, and more complicated than many would like to admit

One can’t help but wonder if, in her final hours, broadcaster Caroline Flack saw the Valentine’s Day card that riffed on the assault story that defined the end of her brutally short career. → Read More

25 most embarrassing Oscar moments: from 'We Saw Your Boobs' to the Saving Private Ryan dance

Envelopegate, 'Adele Dazeem', the deaf children who weren't deaf… Remembering the disasters the Academy would rather forget → Read More

Exile, schizophrenic, nun: the truth about Prince Philip’s mother, Princess Alice

As Prince William pays tribute to his great-grandmother, Princess Alice, on Holocaust Memorial Day, Alice Vincent looks at how The Crown portrayed one of the Royal family’s most intriguing characters → Read More

Bafta nominations 2020: #BaftasSoWhite outcry after all-white acting nominations, and Joker leads with 11 nods

All-American films Once Upon A Time. → Read More

Cats faces $100 million losses – but could poetry get the cream?

It has not, all told, been a very happy Christmas for Cats. → Read More

‘You want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible’: the true love story behind When Harry Met Sally

On December 31, look back at one of the most iconic New Year’s Eve scenes in rom-com history → Read More

Making a Murderer: the story behind a confession that could change everything for Stephen Avery

Nearly four years have passed since Making a Murderer emerged on Netflix and made armchair detectives – and judges – of us all. → Read More

Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge signs multimillion-dollar deal with Amazon following Emmys triumph

If there were any doubts that Phoebe Waller-Bridge had won the heart of Hollywood in the wake of her spectacular Emmy Awards triumph, those can now be extinguished: → Read More

It's not just Jesy Nelson – bullies and misogynistic music snobs have trolled Little Mix since day one

Last year, when asked what they hoped girl bands of the future wouldn’t have to face, Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall said, “that they’re not seen as a 'guilty pleasure' and are seen as credible artists. → Read More

The Octopus in My House: meet the heartbroken scientist behind an extraordinary experiment

“I got divorced, and er, the ex took most of the living room furniture,” explains ecologist David Scheel, when asked just how he could accommodate the enormous salt-water tank necessary to keep an octopus in his home for a year. → Read More

Anne-Marie at Glastonbury: delightful and charming, she proves just how family-friendly Glastonbury can be

There are small pockets of shade around the Glastonbury site; → Read More

Glastonbury 2019: Friday's best moments

A full 52 hours after the first festival-goers descended on Worthy Farm, the main stages finally opened. → Read More