The sudden shift to remote work in 2020 has paved the way for a new type of workspace in the future.
Memories of past holidays shape this one and ones years in the future.
When British colonials came to Australia, they stuck to their winter Christmas traditions of roast meats and plum puddings. But over the centuries, Australians found their own ways to celebrate.
As we approach our first COVID-era Christmas, the way we celebrate this year might need a bit more thought. Here are some tips to keep the festivities with family and friends COVID-safe.
Despite rationing and the Blitz, Christmas on the domestic front in 1940 was cheerful and optimistic.
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Food shortages, festivities and far-off fighting – Britain's coldest winters were among its most memorable.
Supporting play begins with parents attending to their own wellness and seeing children as drivers of their own play.
A professor of comedy examines holiday cards in times of struggles. They aren't all sad.
Imagine an advanced artificial intelligence took over from Santa. What could go wrong?
Culinary invention is a reinterpretation of heritage. The success of the tourtine in this pandemic year suggests that we feel the need to rethink the traditional dishes of the holiday season.
The social pressure of declining rule-breaking invitations will be considerably higher this year.
Both types of meat have their benefits.
From the birth of Jesus Christ to Newton's discovery of gravity, great conjunctions of Jupiter and Saturn have many notable connections in human history.
People in high-risk groups are already more likely to be experiencing negative mental health effects during the pandemic. Spending the holidays isolated from family and friends may make matters worse.
There's a bittersweet history to chocolate in America. At one plantation museum in Virginia, the story of enslaved chocolatier Caesar shows the oppression that lay behind the elite's culinary treat.
More than ever, the language used by Elizabeth II could be a source of reassurance for families seeking stability.
The Christmas we celebrate today around the world, whether in northern winter or southern summer, has its roots in many cultures and traditions.
If your gut is healthy to begin with, it will take more to knock it out of whack. Prepare yourself now by making food choices that feed the microbiome and enhance gut health.
The cluster in Sydney's northern beaches is likely linked to a US strain of the virus. But no one knows how it got there.