David Bowie’s “Blackstar,” recently released, is his second album since he resurfaced from what seemed like semi-retirement. As it turned out, it was a period of rejuvenation. “The Next Day,” released
The musician and actor is moving on. She talks about marriage, what gets her angry, what isn’t ironic – and answering readers’ questions for Guardian Weekend magazine Alanis Morissette remembers the moment
TravelIntelligent Travel National Geographic Traveler Editor at Large Christopher Elliott is the magazine’s consumer advocate and ombudsman. Over the past 15 years he has helped countless readers fix trips.
Since graduating into my 30s, my social calendar has changed somewhat: raving has been replaced by the races, date nights now involve the theatre, brunch is definitely a thing and weddings have taken weekends.
Google is celebrating its 18th birthday on Wednesday with an animated Doodle shown to web browsers around the world. The internet giant is marking the milestone by inviting users of its search engine "explore
Once you get your iPhone upgraded to iOS 9, you might be overwhelmed. While Apple’s new mobile OS doesn’t pack a lot of grand new visual features, the update does include tons of little tricks that make
Behnaz Farahi's 'Caress of the Gaze' knows exactly where your eyes are. If always knowing when somebody was staring at you was a super power, Behnaz Farahi's new project, Caress of the Gaze would qualify
Europe has its fair share of famous attractions, but only one can be crowned "most popular." At the 22nd annual World Travel Awards (a.k.a. the "Oscars of the travel industry") this weekend, one place
The tale of Aramaic, a language that once ruled the Middle East and now faces extinction If a Middle Eastern man from 2,500 years ago found himself on his home territory in 2015, he would be shocked by
It's not hard to guess at what will be the big trends for any Fall season. You can put money on the fact that colors will be toned down, that some cozy fabric will be on every runway, that at least one
The new way to laugh online is "Hah aha" or through emojis, at least according to Facebook. In response to a New Yorker article on "Hahaha vs. Hehehe," Facebook thought it would be fun to figure out how
Nokia may not be making its own smartphones anymore, but they are ensuring their future in the tech industry in multiple ways. We first heard about their newest venture last week, and today the company
From fern-filled gullies to waterfalls and stunning coastal paths, winter doesn’t have to mean staying indoors. These five walks are perfect for a cold, dry day Although the temptation is to stay indoors,
Martin Parr reveals the secret of taking photographs that tell the unvarnished truth . 'Most of the photographs in your paper, unless they are hard news, are lies,” says Martin Parr. “Fashion pictures