(...). Devoid of sentimentality, it is surprisingly touching and there are moments of unexpected beauty in the(...)

(...) you?”Although Mickey thinks himself in love with the neighbourhood beauty, Martine, when he gets his(...)

Mentors: Denise O’Carroll, Paul Knox and Fiona Ni Mhairtin with pupils from Castaheany Educate Together National School. Photograph: Alan Betson 4:00

(...). She has her own business, a beauty salon in Trim, Co Meath. “I built it step by step,” Filak says(...)

(...), you’ll learn how to harvest seaweed sustainably, how to use it as a natural beauty product and how to(...)

‘I probably should have persisted with the whole Girl Guide thing, got myself a neckerchief and woggles, learned how to tie a slip knot, resuscitate a choke victim, read a compass and make gingerbread men.’ Photograph: Alan Betson

Being Me, which attempts to unmask society’s beauty myths, exposing air-brushing and opposing unhealthy(...)

(...) thump on Pilot, Tyler’s ear for the beauty in the midst of sonic discordance is well tuned. Elsewhere(...)

Charles Dickens, William Shakespeare and Jane Austen: never mind the rampaging imperialism, says Eileen Battersby, feel the quality of England’s cultural heritage

(...) very much associated with portrait paintings, while John Constable focused on the beauty of the(...)

 ‘If we all abdicate responsibility and let someone else drive the train, then who drives it?’ Photograph: Getty Images

(...) go. If not, then you seek change. That’s the beauty of democracy. So what to do? A good starting(...)

Cathy Galvin, one of the organisers of The Tablet 175 Festival: Exploring the Catholic Imagination, which takes place on June 19th-20th at the Library of Birmingham, and features among others Atonia Fraser, David Lodge and Roy Foster

(...) worn/ Are changed, changed utterly:/ A terrible beauty is born. A significant part of that sense of(...)

Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato sang with a kind of effortless aplomb, as if singing of beauty and precision were something that could just be made to happen

(...) beauty and precision were something that could just be made to happen. It was the kind of performance(...)