Luke Stephenson has devised the best job ever: driving the British coast to sample and photograph ice-cream. After clocking over 5600 kilometres and consuming 24,000 calories, he's turning the trip into a book.
The worst thing about winter: cracking the top off your favourite ice-cold beer just doesn’t have the same appeal. Unless it has been spiced up for the cold season.
Shakespeare would have been 450 today, had he not died on this day 398 years ago. To mark the occasion, here are some poetic facts about the bard. (He invented the word 'puking', among other things.)
Human rights might not seem like an obvious theme for an arts and film festival. Bit bleak, surely? Not according to this lineup.
It’s not the most sought-after job, perhaps, but there’s a quiet dignity in these photos of cleaners doing their thing after hours.
Don't take the title as arrogant, there's an invisible question mark after the The Magazine. It's not a grand reinvention of publishing, but an inquisitive step into its future.
Prefabricated houses are the best parts of science fiction without the fiction, the speculation or the starships, and some pretty inspiring places to live.
Forget chocolate eggs for a sec, tomorrow the world celebrates the cultures and communities that develop around flat, black discs.
One of the creamiest cool-weather porters we've had in a while comes from a former steel warehouse in the Sunshine State.
What does a game of junior basketball have to do with the Battle of Britain? Everything, says Malcolm Gladwell, who gets counterintuitive in his latest book.
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