Not quite ready to rock … festivals’ return hit by lack of loos and tents. A critical shortage of both equipment and crew has left organisers scrambling to prepare for summer events
Museum of the Home reopens to protests over statue of slave ship ownerDiane Abbott among those saying statue of Robert Geffrye should be removed from east London building Hackney MP Diane Abbott at the protest outside the Museum of the Home on Saturday. Photograph: Guy Smallman/Getty Images
Yes, there's a reason it's not Juneteenth without a red drink in hand.
By now, it's no secret that Subway has been experiencing some trouble. While recent months have seen hundreds of Subway franchisees locking horns with the company's executives, a new report suggests that today's problems are simply emblematic of Subway's history, starting with its founder. If these insider claims are true, it seems that the fast-food chain—which became the world's biggest, based largely on its guilt-free menu and virtuous branding—was actually a soap opera behind the scenes.The
Her NYC birthday trip has officially come to a close.
Between producer Lin-Manuel Miranda and director Jon Chu, there is no shortage of Easter eggs in the new movie musical.
Learning you have high cholesterol can be scary and overwhelming, especially if you're not sure exactly what it means or how to fight it on your own. There are specific lifestyle and diet changes you can make right now to start lowering your cholesterol levels. But first, it's important to better understand what high cholesterol means. Read on to find out more, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You Have "Long" COVID and May Not Even Know It.How to Bu
Although you do it every day, hopping in your car can be downright exciting. It's your personal karaoke booth, the best place to binge your favorite podcast, and a cozy space to be alone with your thoughts—or close to the fam, as you see the world.Your car could also be hazardous to your health.Between traffic, mold, exhaust fumes, and hours of sitting, your daily drive home can take its toll (and we don't mean on the interstate). Keep reading to discover the potential threats. Read on to find o
I’d like to make a complaint... Why some of us are so good at making a fuss. Were you the child whose indignant letter yielded a free bar of chocolate? Séamas O’Reilly puts pen to paper to reveal why we are a nation of complainers
On my radar: Shirley Manson’s cultural highlights. The singer on her obsession with The Bureau, the revolutionary Lil Nas X and her seafood pilgrimage to East Lothian
It’s this season’s must-have Hermès bag. And it’s made from fungus. The luxury label is the latest to adopt pioneering technology as designers shift to plant-based fabric. Is this the end of leather?
Once upon a time, a forward-thinking heiress met an eager younger farmer who persuaded her to grow 10 acres of magical plants on her upstate New York farm. A modern-day fairy tale? Nope. Just a plan to save the planet and feel pretty darn relaxed while doing it.
“I’ve been using this once a day for 15 years… I don’t even wear makeup,” said a reviewer.
Some shoes are strictly cab to curb, but these flats are an editor's favorite for serious walking.
This year also marks the 70th anniversary of the Queen first taking the salute at Trooping the Colour as Princess Elizabeth standing in for her ill father.
A head cold, again? Some years, it seems like you're constantly coming down with something. But a worse-than-usual flu season may not be entirely to blame. There are a bunch of ways you might be weakening your immune system without even knowing it, all day long—from how much sleep you get to your sugar intake to the items you touch at the office. Eat This, Not That! Health has rounded them up here. Gesundheit. Read on to find out more, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't mi
Obesity can seem like something that happens to other people, not you, but in fact, you might be a person with obesity. In America, the US obesity prevalence was recently 42.4%, according to the CDC. That's a lot of people whose weight is above normal, and it's a dangerously high number: Obesity can cause all kinds of death and health issues, including high blood pressure, type-2 diabetes, coronary heart disease, a stroke, gallbladder disease—and it makes other diseases, like COVID, way worse. T
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I’m so glad I took a chance on it.
Yep, that's right — Loki and Scarlet Witch. Together.