Cathy Rentzenbrink / October 15, 2018
There are fewer smokers about these days, but many people have their phone in their hand instead. We’ve traded one rectangle for another.
Hephzibah Anderson / October 12, 2018
The phrase may be a cliche, but it's popular for a reason. You can’t choose your family, but you can create a substitute based on deep friendships
Couples travel from around the world to visit Dr Pamela Kohll and start the process of rebuilding
The friendships that thrive on football banter
Richard Burton on "The Drinking Man's Diet"—and other unsuccessful meal plans of the rich and famous
Ian Irvine / September 19, 2018
In this month's "The way we were," Ian Irvine explores diets detailed in memoirs and letters
Cathy Rentzenbrink / September 18, 2018
Why don’t we make it easier for anyone to have a glass of water without interrogation?
Charlotte Higgins / September 18, 2018
Homer's classic was literature's first example of men shutting up women. But it is a mistake to write off the Odyssey as a misogynist text
Cal Flyn / September 18, 2018
I dared not imagine the sort of desperate, protracted battle in which a splitting axe might come in useful overnight
Hephzibah Anderson / September 17, 2018
My sister and I bicker all the time—apparently this is a good thing
"Oxford has made me insufferable" From Lord Byron to Sylvia Plath, writers recall their first days at uni
Ian Irvine / August 22, 2018
Sylvia Plath "could cry with happiness", while Jeremy Lewis found Dublin "quite dreadful"