One of Hollywood’s biggest franchises began with a plastic brick.
Nicholas Barber’s traces Lego’s path to the silver screen
A fetching collection of canine-related art sets Jack Lahart’s tail wagging
A New York hipster gets caught up in a grisly “Groundhog Day” scenario in the most raved-about TV series of the year so far
When you want a break from the bright lights and frenetic pace of Japan’s capital, hot springs and tea fields are only a short train journey away
Drones are fun and easy to use. But when Jonathan Beckman tries one out, he has an ominous premonition of the shape of things to come
Bread has long been a symbol of France. But, asks Pamela Druckerman, is the national icon going stale?
Daniel Knowles, The Economist’s Mumbai correspondent, finds joy in the intermingling of Hindi and English
Could Blythe Roberson’s guide to modern love be your Valentine?
Bee Wilson asks what is gained – or lost – when everyone has a Dorito tailored for them?
The makers of this wildly popular weighted duvet claim that it will improve the quality of your sleep. Bo Franklin snuggles up
The favourite tipple of Roman soldiers is making a comeback
Tens of thousands of Burmese pythons have decimated the wildlife of the Everglades. John-Paul Flintoff joins the posse on their tail
It’s one of the only spaces in Lebanon’s capital where people can mingle for free. But the shadow of private development looms large