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The high anticipation of summer has passed, now autumn opens out, wide and empty.
President Erdogan’s decision to reconvert the building into a mosque is a further move against religious pluralism.
Perhaps precisely because of its elitist reputation, tennis has consistently attracted mavericks and radicals.
Pride Month saw the movement innovate – and embrace other progressive causes.
Learning a language during a pandemic is a romantic promise to yourself – a promise of continuation.
As hairdressers become a major political battleground across the globe, new conspiracy theories have been popping up about the hair of women in the public eye.
For the public, the story provides a perverse comfort and familiarity at a time when other news feels frightening.
Hilary Mantel, Rowan Williams, Elif Shafak, Michael Morpurgo and more on the cultural artefacts and pursuits that bring them solace in dark times.
Once a backward country in the grip of a grim dictatorship, Portugal has become a hot spot for tech migrants, surfers, foodies and yoga gurus, with a popular socialist prime minister.
The thought that in a few days I will be back in the land of WH Smith instead of PJ Clarke’s makes me feel as though all the air had been let out of me.
Travelling Europe by train is not just more responsible than flying, it offers a different philosophy of travel.