Usually, any given Friday brings a storm of new Netflix content so vast it’s impossible to sit though. Friday, October 18 will see such a deluge of movies and TV shows on the streaming service. But it's
Every week, Telegraph gardening expert Helen Yemm gives tips and advice on all your gardening problems whether at home or on the allotment. If you have a question, see below for how to contact her. I made
There is a gentle sweetness to this goofy, big-hearted comedy written and directed by feature first-timers Tyler Nilson and Mike Schwartz: a film that doubles as a modest homage to Mark Twain. Zack Gottsagen,
There seems to be an infinite choice of podcasts nowadays, but the entertainment industry’s elite gravitates toward similar fare. Imagine for a moment that you are a Hollywood mogul. After a tough but
Ask most people about a beautiful West Coast highway in America and they'll mention Highway 1 in California, an undulating ribbon along the Pacific Ocean offering breathtaking views. But it can get crowded.
Please, for the love of GOD, don't go to the Walk of Fame. 1. Picnic and/or hike at Griffith Park. I've lived in Los Angeles for five years and have no problem saying that Runyon Canyon...isn't worth (Sorry!
At the height of the cold war, the CIA ran an initiative known as “cultural diplomacy”. Following the premise that “great art comes from true freedom”, the agency seized on painting, music and literature
Designer and best-selling author Rebecca Atwood talks with Dwell about the importance of infusing color into a home—and how it's not as intimidating as it seems. Rebecca Atwood would probably rethink all-white
“War is not inevitable,” disputes the government worker Katharine Gun (Keira Knightley), watching in disbelief as Tony Blair spins a yarn about the inescapability of invading Iraq on national television.
There’s been a murder. Actually, no. Make that two murders because moments after we’re shown the first dead body of a man who was quite literally stabbed in the back, we’re transported to the other side
As cronies of our current president work to cover up, obfuscate, and destroy evidence related to scandal after scandal, The Report is here to remind us that lying to the American people is a tried and
Life isn’t the only thing that starts over when it gets crisp in the fall — the changing of the leaves each year signals the beginning of prestige movie season. As the winds of the Academy Awards begin
October is National Book Month, and to celebrate I'd love to pass on a timely reminder: reading is amazing. Not only does just about every icon credit a love of books with making them who they are today,