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Netflix Knows It Has ‘Stranger Things’ Fans Over a Barrel

The most popular subscription plan is getting a price increase.<p>Season 2 of Netflix’s <i>Stranger Things</i> is set to premiere later this October, but when …

Televisions

House in Pirita / Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid

<i>Text description provided by the architects.</i> Two storey private house is located in a picturesque residential housing district in Pirita, Tallinn. …

Architecture

Pictures of the Week 7.13.17

City Politics

Your New Weekly Tech Reader, Every Saturday

One of the better jobs I’ve ever had was writing a weekly Personal Technology column for TIME Magazine. There was something about the pace of it (the week being a unit of time that people tend to think collectively about) and the scope of it (the digital revolution is crazy fascinating) that agreed …

A Feast for the Eyes! Hamish Bowles Takes a Tour of India’s Crown Jewels in Paris

Finding myself in Paris for an afternoon this week, I sped to the opening of “From the Great Mughals to the Maharajas: Jewels from the Al Thani Collection” at the Grand Palais. The breathtaking exhibition (through June 5) contains pieces assembled over a remarkably short time by Qatar’s Sheikh …

Love Actually Red Nose sequel was winningly nostalgic and a triumphant return

Well, they made us wait but it was worth it. Bite-sized 12-minute mini-sequel <b>Red Nose Day Actually</b> <i>(BBC One)</i> was a cockle-warming treat and the show was thoroughly stolen by Hugh Grant, reprising his role as the Prime Minister. He didn’t just do himself an injury dancing around 10 Downing Street but …

The Essential Guide to Surviving a Power Outage

The only thing scarier than the lights going out is not being prepared for it.<p>Weather-related power outages have doubled since 2003, according to a 2014 report by Climate Central, a non-profit research company, so you might be due for some time in the dark this stormy season. Sure, the first 30 …