She elevated the lowly craft of weaving into a bold Modernist art form
Its troubled decades are over, but where are the tourists?
Why we should be reassured by the moral panic over the Croydon Cat Killer
The surprising endurance of a Jazz Age design
A Yazidi refugee has won the Nobel Peace prize. How she and Amal Clooney are fighting to put Islamic State in the dock. From the archive
Plus, a kiss-and-tell memoir by Vaclav Havel’s lover and an exposé of political corruption in Spain
It has always been the most conservative meal of the day. But some diners are starting to experiment
A striking image and a few well-chosen words still have the power to influence
Which domestic animal gets the most pampering?
Technology may be fraying our nerves but can it also soothe them? Jonathan Beckman plugs in and loosens up
A potent hooch has been turned into a hip drink
Last year, more than 300,000 people slogged on foot along the world’s most famous pilgrim trail. Samantha Weinberg took a less traditional form of transport
Daphne Caruana Galizia was Malta’s most dogged and controversial journalist. Last year she was murdered. Alexander Clapp travelled to the island to find out why