He’s one of Britain’s best actors, and the unassuming Tom Courtenay shines in the brilliant relationship drama 45 Years opposite Charlotte Rampling.
Showing her photographs alongside her mother Linda’s, Mary McCartney reveals years of family life—her dad, former Beatle Sir Paul, her sister Stella—as well as celebrity friends like Mick Jagger and Aretha Franklin.
Winston Churchill may well be the indomitable wartime leader of popular legend, but a new biography shows that he had a formidable, oft-forgotten wife behind him.
Lunch was the meal-time of business leaders and inveterate gossips, and for everyone else a necessary break from the desk. But it’s come to be seen—sadly for us all—as a luxury.
American-based airlines may be determined to stop it, but Norwegian Air is emerging as a serious transatlantic flight provider.
At a celebration of the 40th anniversary of the release of 'Monty Python and The Holy Grail,' the surviving cast—moderated by HBO's star Brit—gathered to dish war stories, professional and personal.
Hardline policies geared to blanket prohibition of drug use are futile, according to a British journalist returning to public life after a plagiarism scandal detonated his career.
The artist Mel Ramos has painted naked women coming out of bananas, and inside martini glasses. Unsurprisingly his work is not loved by feminists.
Personal possessions belonging to Lady Soames, Winston Churchill’s daughter, are up for sale—including signed photographs of Eisenhower, paintings, and a red leather despatch box.
Vivek Nagrani, famous for his socks (George H. W. Bush is a fan), is expanding into men's suits—his empire based in an Upper East Side “batcave,” and on a scorching mistrust of fashion.