Like so many other mugs, I spent $20 last week on Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster film, Tenet, via Amazon Prime. And I was furious at how bad it is. Kenneth Branagh invented a time machine. That’s the premise on which the plot rests.
Anyone who knows me knows I have a problem with Christmas. My mother died on Christmas Eve from cancer almost six years ago. The jingly-jangly bells of the season’s cheer bring me nothing but anxiety. The run-up to Christmas is the countdown
Our Christmas tree has a knee. “A crooked tree for a crooked year” was my sales pitch when we spotted the bent ponderosa pine on the snowy downslope of Pike National Forest. First just my 6-year-old agreed, and then my wife, and finally
Gaza is overrun with Santas. Traditional Santas welcome children in shops and streets and offer them small gifts and sweets made by Palestinian women. Mobile Santas cruise the streets in open cars and lorries. There is no snow.
If the Christmas tune ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ has ever made you uncomfortable, see how John Legend has rewritten the classic song for the 21st century with a focus on consent.
"You may have mistaken ideas, you may have made a complete mess of things, but the Lord continues to love you," the pontiff told crowds gathered at the Vatican for his Christmas Eve midnight mass.
The protests demanding greater democratic rights show no sign of ending despite the overwhelming victory by anti-establishment candidates in elections for district representatives earlier this month.
This Christmas Studio M Arabian Plaza Hotel & Hotel Apartment has taken a page out of its sustainability book and has built an eco-friendly Christmas tree. This chic urban hotel has diligently maintained its oath to sustainability and built a Christmas tree out of over 1200 used water bottles.
Staff at the Lithuanian airport in Vilnius came up with a sharp idea to remind travellers that safety comes first: a Christmas tree made of confiscated knives and toy guns.
Scorching heat baking Australia eased on Monday bringing relief from extreme bushfires, which destroyed around 180 houses and killed one person over the weekend, allowing firefighters to prepare for worsening conditions post-Christmas.