Covid's Unseen Victims
Extra duties and depleted ranks have pharmacy workers buckling under the pressure
A Sicilian Odyssey
A luxurious tour of Sicily is even more enticing at the wheel of the new Bentley GT Speed Convertible
For The Win – La-Tanya Greene
Maxim Cover Girl competition winner La-Tanya Greene is an educated beauty with a bright future
Cultural Traditions to Celebrate
Each year, UNESCO compiles traditions, knowledge, skills and art from communities across the globe, in a list of “Intangible Cultural Heritage.” The chosen items are not historical monuments or artifacts, but rather “living expressions inherited from our ancestors.” In a time of rapid globalization, the list serves to recognize and celebrate cultural diversity and highlights how traditional ways of life interact with the contemporary world. From the navigation skills of Micronesian wayfarers to a thousand-year pottery tradition carried by women in northern Peru, here’s a snapshot of this year’s list.
Books to Look Forward to for a New Year
Along with the promise of a brand-new year come new reading challenges to start and winter weekends that are perfect for cozying up with a good book.
Keeping Covid Out of The Cabin
As the pandemic enters Year 3, airlines are stepping up their hygiene routines
Biden's Year 2 Test
As the pandemic wears on and prices rise, many Americans are disillusioned with the president. Can he win them back?
A Fight Over Discrimination in the Age of Algorithms
Redfin has staked its reputation on making a racist industry more equitable. Critics say it’s been denying services to Black homebuyers and sellers
Omicron Variant: How Worried Should We Be About It?
Research has started to emerge on the latest variant of COVID. How concerned should we be about it, and what makes it different from previous variants?
An End to Ageing?
Eternal youth is the stuff of religion and mythology, but what if we could just have a bit more of it? What if there was a pill that could slow down the ravages of time, so that you could feel younger for longer. It sounds like snake oil, but there’s a growing body of research that’s betting on making it a reality