Rainy day cocktails

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To help you enjoy these stormy evenings, I’ve put together a list of rain-inspired cocktails.

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How to take great nudes

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There’s no better way to boost your confidence than taking pictures of your stunning self as naked as the day you were born.

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Adoption should not be a second option

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Why do you have to share a child’s DNA in order to consider them yours?

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Kong returns to glory in Vietnam Era

John Goodman, John C. Reilly, Brie Larson, and Tom Hiddleston in Kong: Skull Island Photo by Chuck Zlotnick Warner Bros Entertainment Inc

Coupled with outstanding cinematography and editing, unique monster designs, and the pessimistic atmosphere of the 1970s, Kong: Skull Island is an absolute treat and well worth the watch.

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A play within a play within a dream

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The best-handled part of the play was how deftly it switched between humour and seriousness, with shifts in mood augmented by subtle lighting changes.

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Fifteen months of home-free living in Canada’s most expensive city

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“It’s absolutely mind-boggling how much time I was able to give myself when I didn’t have to work a job to pay Vancouver rents.”

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Kong returns to glory in Vietnam Era

John Goodman, John C. Reilly, Brie Larson, and Tom Hiddleston in Kong: Skull Island Photo by Chuck Zlotnick Warner Bros Entertainment Inc

Coupled with outstanding cinematography and editing, unique monster designs, and the pessimistic atmosphere of the 1970s, Kong: Skull Island is an absolute treat and well worth the watch.

Too long, too crowded, and too many gags

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The whole race is orchestrated by a wealthy Las Vegas casino owner named Donald Sinclair (John Cleese), who is capturing everything on video for the entertainment of himself and his wealthy friends.

The glory of grimdark fantasy

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What its novels lack in moral messages and optimism, they usually more than compensate for with cynicism and gratuitous violence.

Small gods

Illustration by Ed Appleby

Some of the best, timeless games—think chess, backgammon or checkers—are exercises in simplicity. And Santorini may prove to be one of these.