The EastEnders actor June Brown has said she will not give up wine, Guinness or cigarettes as she approaches 93. Brown, who has played Dot Cotton in the BBC soap for decades, said she believes she will
Combine two rows of fine teeth that lock together, a slider and a tab, and all of a sudden you have a quick way of securely closing a bag, jacket, or pair of pants—a zipper. These handy, everyday devices
As a photographic project highlights long service in London’s restaurant trade, six stalwarts tell us why they’ve stayed put for all these years “Very seldom are we who work in the catering industry appreciated
Some feel there's no need for alarm; nobody seized power by force, and the government has an approval rating of 60% This month marks a year since the last general election in Italy. Three months afterwards
Mythological hunter is depicted enraptured by his own reflection Archaeologists working in a richly decorated house in ancient Pompeii have discovered a stunningly preserved fresco depicting the mythological
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Jim Rutenberg, media columnist for The Times, discussed the tech he’s using. Tech and media have long been converging.
It’s 40 years since Rough Trade, Mute and Factory Records used an anti-industry attitude to give a voice to the likes of Joy Division and Depeche Mode. The labels’ founders recall why they had to rip up
The advert shone a light on the devastation caused by palm oil producers, a story TV viewers have a right to know about • Iceland’s Christmas TV advert banned for being too political Major retailers enter