Greece pins hopes on mandatory home testing, opens schools
High schools have reopened in Greece to students in the final three grades, with the mandatory use of test kits for COVID-19 being rolled out across the country to help with...
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‘It hides this dark interior': Promising Young Woman's weaponisation of feminine style
Carey Mulligan's character in this Oscar-nominated drama utilises the ‘good girl' look to get revenge. Costume designer Nancy Steiner explains why the wardrobe packs such a...
4 hours ago - The Guardian
A Greek Summer Home on Tinos
This lovely summer house on the Greek island of Tinos is designed by Bobotis+Bobotis Architects, a private architectural practice based in Athens. The house was constructed...
5 hours ago - The Style Files
Back to black : Baftas style sticks to dressing-up classics
The ceremony saw some - Rose Byrne, Bridgerton's Phoebe Dynevor, and Clara Amfo - wear black, while Daniel Kaluuya and Emerald Fennell wore white The world is now becoming used...
5 hours ago - The Guardian
10 of the best south Devon pubs with beer gardens
South Devon is home to glorious beaches, pretty villages, the wilds of Dartmoor - and lovely pubs with outside spaces ready for today's reopening The Dart is tidal in Totnes...
6 hours ago - The Guardian
Asia's Yacht Builders: Thriving Home and Away
CL Yachts' current flagship, the CLB88, pictured in Hong Kong CL Yachts is showing its flagship CLB88 and hull six of its popular CLB72 at this year's Palm Beach International...
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In food, the carpet and cupboards - a Hamilton family's moth invasion that won't end
It started with a bug flying into her daughter's ear, now a year later, a Hamilton woman's home and pantry are infested with the moths and larvae.
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Miss Manners: Pandemic's smaller, warmer weddings could be here to stay
Couples may take a cue from the at-home events without huge dresses, overwhelming flowers and signature cocktails.
7 hours ago - The Washington Post
A Little Bit of This, A Little Bit of That: The mother-daughter duo bringing authentic Indian cuisine to home cooks
The cooking that Jayshri and Laxmi Ganda grew up with was taught by observing, rather than reading recipes - making it less accessible for younger generations. They decided to...
8 hours ago - Stuff
Saint Augustine Food Options and a Tasting Tour
When you first visit a city and only have a few days, you're trying to take it all in, see the main sites, and get a feel of its story. That's what I did on my first visit to...
10 hours ago - Perceptive Travel
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Drought and Abundance in the Mesopotamian Marshes
Once vengefully drained by Saddam Hussein, the wetlands in southeastern Iraq have since been partially restored. Now the region and its isolated settlements face a new set of...
Last Summer, Luca Guadagnino Found Solace With Friends
In an unusual season, a director and some of his closest collaborators came together on the Sicilian coast.
Like Many Before Them, a Band of Friends Find Respite on Fire Island
For this creative group, the Pines remains a summer haven for queerness and connection.
5 times Nora Fatehi wanted us to break the bank for these expensive bags...
5 times Nora Fatehi wanted us to break the bank for these expensive bags
How can I get rid of the gunk in my whirlpool tub?
You can buy the cleanser or make your own.
Everglades Jetport: The 'world's greatest airport' that never was
It was supposed to be the world's largest airport, a glamorous intercontinental hub for supersonic airliners with six runways and high-speed rail links to surrounding cities...
Floating hotel concept creates its own electricity
This new concept from Turkish design team Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio may just blow all the others floating hotels out of the water in terms of eco consciousness.
What it's like to visit the Thai island of Phuket right now
Pre-pandemic, Phuket's Patong Beach was not a place you'd go for peace and quiet.
Globus' brands plan a return to international tours after year-plus hiatus
Additionally, the company said Globus will resume domestic trips in May.
Lockdowns, vaccine delays conspire to push Europe travel to late summer
"There's a possibility that July may yield something, but most people are looking at August, September," said Tom Jenkins, CEO of the European Tourism Association.