Person: Suzanne Harrington
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
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A week is a long time in pandemics.
Sun, 22 Mar, 2020
How to stockpile kindness: Our initial reaction to the first global pandemic in over a century has been individualism but it’s reassuring to remember that actually, we humans are programmed for kindness.
Fri, 20 Mar, 2020
But women are every where now — a man once exclaimed to the journalist Caroline Criado Perez.
Sun, 08 Mar, 2020
I’M just back from a month in southern India, where all is lush, peaceful, and communist. In Kerala, this translates as higher literacy rates, greater gender equality, and less desperate poverty, rather than gulags and Stalinist pogroms. Like the rest of secular India, religion is everywhere; temples, mosques and churches tranquilly co-exist side by side. All gods are catered for.
Mon, 02 Mar, 2020
A bright green Ireland is on the cover of, with a zip illustrating the border: “A united Ireland — could it really happen?” Crikey. Could it?
Sun, 23 Feb, 2020
doles out some practical advice on meeting new people in the digital age
Thu, 13 Feb, 2020
on the differences between backpacking in your twenties and backpacking in your fifties
Sun, 09 Feb, 2020
While researching Gwyneth Paltrow’s vagina candle for an article for this newspaper, I learnt that she has a house manager.
Sun, 02 Feb, 2020
Imagine you go on a blind date and meet someone from another country with whom you fall deeply in love. You’re already successful, independent and at the top of your career. But you’ve fallen in love, so you jack it all in, move countries, and leave everything — work, friends, family, support system, identity — behind to become rebranded not as yourself, but as the wife of the person you have just married. The things you do for love.
Mon, 20 Jan, 2020
Below is a join-the-dots of some of 2020’s cultural anniversaries around Europe.
Tue, 14 Jan, 2020
Elizabeth Wurtzel has died aged 52. She wrote with searing honesty and narcissism, starting with the eradefining ‘Prozac Nation’, spotlighting her depression, says.
Mon, 13 Jan, 2020
Over the years, I have perfected the povhol — the poverty holiday, or travel on a shoestring.
Sun, 12 Jan, 2020
Everyone is doing Dry January, Veganuary, Gymanuary — monitoring their every dead lift, bench press, kilometre jogged and kale smoothie blitzed, into some whizzy little app designed to beep digital encouragement.
Sun, 05 Jan, 2020
In her last column of 2019 Suzanne Harrington dares to dream ...
Sun, 29 Dec, 2019
Continue their public nervous breakdown, as we watch between the slits of our fingers, wincing. And trying not to laugh too loud.
Sun, 22 Dec, 2019
We are living in late-stage capitalism, which sounds a lot like stage four cancer. There is no stage five.
Sun, 08 Dec, 2019
A dystopian novel published earlier this year, The Warehouse, based on the workings of Amazon, makes repeated reference to something called the Black Friday Massacres. How these fictional massacres have impacted on fictional consumers, making them entirely dependent on online shopping because going to the actual shops is too dangerous.
Mon, 25 Nov, 2019
In an industry where women battle ageism and sexism, Meryl Streep has managed to decide her own destiny – and roles, writes
Thu, 14 Nov, 2019
She spent a year living in a car while trying to break into the music industry and is now the hottest ticket in showbusiness. Where did this creative powerhouse, who doesn’t conform to celebrity norms, come from, asks.
Tue, 29 Oct, 2019
Suzanne harrington To the fizzing excitement of millions of tweens everywhere, the Disney movie Frozen II is almost upon us. This time Elsa and Anna will take off somewhere even more frozen, accompanied by a freezer full of songs and Olaf the snowman. Cue merchandising tsunami. As before, it’s the sisters who are the stars of the show; there is no male lead. No prince, no hero, no rescuer. The heroines are self-rescuing.
Thu, 24 Oct, 2019
We are finally realising who the real star of Sex and the City was. A new book pays tribute to Miranda and her go-getting feminism, writes.
Wed, 23 Oct, 2019
Looking for a weekend break with a difference? Try Istanbul, says. It’s a treasure trove of palaces, mosques, museums and markets.
Mon, 21 Oct, 2019
Inspired by the ‘gig economy’,is set in a near future world that is horribly believable – zero rights, low pay, devices tracking your every move. Author Rob Hart hopes it will be a wake up call for us all, writes
Sat, 07 Sep, 2019
A direct book answers everything your teenage son ever wanted to know about sex but probably wouldn’t ask, writes
Fri, 06 Sep, 2019
Forty years after Alien was released, Suzanne Harrington pays tribute to Lieutenant Ellen Ripley — one of the greatest female protagonists in cinema history.
Sat, 31 Aug, 2019
Hard to know where to start with the Jade Goody revival, her corpse exhumed by Channel 4 and slapped on a digital slab for us all to have another gawp, writes.
Sun, 25 Aug, 2019
George Orwell’s classic novel foretold a lot, but the manner in which we’ve handed over our personal data to faceless corporatocracies is doubleplus-ungood, says
Sun, 18 Aug, 2019
The New York dating app, which is now available here, wants people to connect deeply and so it encourages them to meet in person and not stay online, says
Thu, 15 Aug, 2019
Getting irreversible weight-loss surgery has dramatically improvedquality of life.
Fri, 09 Aug, 2019
Woodstock 50 has been called off. It’s for the best, says— no one can ever match the original
Wed, 31 Jul, 2019
Fifty years after Sharon Tate’s murder, four movies are set for release about her life – and death, writes.
Fri, 26 Jul, 2019