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Ron Howard: I am always looking for those stories and to share what I have learned. Photograph: The New York Times

Ron Howard has won two Academy Awards. He has directed smash hits such as Cocoon and The Da Vinci Code. Many years ago, he starred as Richie Cunningha(...)

The Louvre in Paris is opening is doors to one couple for one night, with the chosen pair’s bed set up in a special mini-pyramid within the museum’s larger, iconic glass pyramid.

How would you like to spend a night in the most famous museum in the world, drinking in the shadow of its most famous painting, and sleeping in its ic(...)

Kate Allinson (left) and Kay Featherstone whose debut cookbook has broken records. Photograph: Mike English

Internalised misogyny: When an individual enacts sexist actions and attitudes towards themselves and people of their own sex. Until recently, I didn’(...)

Kate Allinson (left) and Kay Featherstone whose debut cookbook has broken records. Photographs: Mike English

A book of diet recipes written by two British chefs, Kay Featherstone and Kate Allinson, has become the fastest selling non-fiction book since records(...)

The hugely successful writer Dan Brown advises on ideas, locations, research, suspense and dialogue. Photograph: Juan Naharro Gimenez/WireImage

The piano music is insistent, melodramatic. The scene begins under a vaulted ceiling and medieval candelabra reminiscent of the Great Hall in Game of (...)

The “endlessly grand” Ayn Rand circa 1957. Photograph: New York Times/Getty Images

Forget the non-news that Danny Boyle will be directing Daniel Craig in the next James Bond film. The skinny that’s got the cinema world abuzz concerns(...)

Rome. All that slaughter. What’s not to love? I was there at the brim of this year during the beginning of January. Good was it to be alive with day t(...)

Rome. All that slaughter. What’s not to love? I was there at the brim of this year during the beginning of January. Good was it to be alive with day t(...)

A detail from Salvator Mundi, an ethereal portrait of Jesus Christ which dates to about 1500, and is said to be the last privately owned Leonardo da Vinci painting. Photograph: Courtesy of Christie’s New York

Despite the pre-sale publicity, Salvator Mundi does not have the kind of history that would reassure you about its status and authenticity, especially(...)

To survive the 1990s is one thing but for Steps  to come back 20 years later with a top-10 album and a slick tour is little short of a miracle

The 3Arena cuts to darkness. On the big screen, the five individual members of Steps don red velvet capes and gold masks. As their images fade, a goth(...)

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