I am shutting the door on crumbs, scattered toys and unmade beds – and getting a shed

The Guardian 09:09 13.04

It’s hard enough to concentrate at home without being drawn into household chores, so I am decamping to the garden


Millie Bobby Brown Speaks Out on Media’s ‘Gross’ Reaction to Her Turning 18

Rolling Stone 06:02 13.04

“It’s a very good representation of what’s going on in the world and how young girls are sexualized.”


Rabbits Are Boring Pets. I Love Them Anyway.

NyTimes 03:06 13.04

My friends and family don’t get it. All I can do is try to describe what it’s like to be with them, the moments I ’m not sure I can do without.


'American Idol' frontrunner Kenedi Anderson leaves show, citing 'personal reasons'

NBC News 00:07 13.04

“This has been one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever had to make, but I know it’s necessary,” Anderson, 17, wrote in an Instagram post.


No reusable cup? In Australia, it’s at your own risk.

NyTimes 00:06 13.04

On a visit to Melbourne, a Times reporter got a lesson in cafe etiquette, and the challenges facing the sustainability movement.


El Quijote Tilts Back Toward Its Earlier Glamour

NyTimes 21:04 12.04

It’s not as cheap as it used to be, but after years of faded glory at the Hotel Chelsea, the mainstay Spanish restaurant has been revived.


A German State Is Last in Almost Everything. But It’s No. 1 in Vaccines.

NyTimes 21:04 12.04

BremenGermany. s">Germany. s smallest state — managed its vaccination campaign better than any other place in Germany. It succeeded by activating community networks.


Drive-By Truckers Sing of 'Penny Beer and Cheap Cocaine' in Dive-Bar Ode 'Welcome 2 Club XIII'

Rolling Stone 21:01 12.04

It’s the title track to DBT’s latest album, a celebration of their early years as a struggling band


RS Recommends: Amazon's $50 Fire HD Tablet Has Features the iPad Can't Match

Rolling Stone 21:01 12.04

The Fire HD 8 is not only the best tablet that Amazon makes, but it’s the best tablet we’ve tested under $100, period


“It’s close to a miracle”: how prog-doom magicians MWWB faced down tragedy and pulled through

Louder 18:17 12.04

Welsh prog-doomsters MWWB were about to release their new album when guitarist Paul ‘Dave’ Davies was hospitalised and nearly died. What followed was a year of agony, anxiety and ultimately hope


Wanted: easy Easter desserts – but no chocolate allowed

The Guardian 18:14 12.04

It’s easy to avoid yet more Easter chocolate if you lightly turn your fancy to springtime desserts, say our cooks, with meringue, pavlovas and tarts all on the menu


Is civil disobedience OK if it’s the only way to prevent climate catastrophe? | Elizabeth Cripps

The Guardian 18:14 12.04

Protesters from Just Stop Oil may be breaking the law and yet still be morally right in the face of future disaster, says moral philosopher Elizabeth Cripps


The coastal grandmother: easy, breezy, laid-back yet immaculate – are you ready for the latest on-trend lifestyle?

The Guardian 18:14 12.04

Imagine Diane Keaton unpacking her farmers’ market bags. It’s all about relaxed, mature luxury, featuring pottery, hydrangeas and at least one bowl of lemons


Opinion | These 8 Conservative Men Are Making No Apologies

NyTimes 18:09 12.04

A group of conservative men spoke with Times Opinion about what it’s like to be a man in A merica today, touching on cancel culture, race and gender.


Well pickle my walnuts! The Vasseur Baltic artists’ award 2022 – review

The Guardian 15:10 12.04

Two out of three of the artists have gone for experiments in fermentation – but it’s Laleh Khorramian’s kaleidoscopic prints that are really mouthwatering


Sunak’s wealth is not the only problem – it’s how he uses his privilege to make others poorer | Frances Ryan

The Guardian 15:10 12.04

The perverse reality is that the cost of living crisis is being overseen by a chancellor whose wife is richer than the Queen, says Guardian columnist Frances Ryan


Covid in the Northeast

NyTimes 15:06 12.04

Cases are rising there, but it’s uncertain if it’s the beginning of a larger surge.


Sunak’s wealth is not the problem – it’s how he uses his privilege to make others poorer | Frances Ryan

The Guardian 12:10 12.04

The perverse reality is that the cost of living crisis is being overseen by a chancellor whose wife is richer than the Queen, says Guardian columnist Frances Ryan


Sacred space or corporate lobby? OMA’s temple pavilion rises in Los Angeles

The Guardian 12:10 12.04

It’s designed by Rem Koolhaas’s studio – but the $98m Audrey Irmas Pavilion could have done with a little more divine inspiration


Ida B. Wells pushed 7 presidents to pass anti-lynching legislation. Now it’s finally law.

NBC News 12:06 12.04

“There’s no successes around anti-lynching that we could point to where we don’t see Ida B. Wells’ imprint,” said author and Yale professor Crystal Feimster.


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