Alice Munro, who won the Nobel Prize in Literature on Thursday, lives a quiet life in a small town in Ontario, Canada. When the Times' Susan Salter Reynolds visited her in 2006, she explained that she was a "weird" teenager.
Using Shakespeare’s Richard II, Henry IV, Part 1 and Henry IV, Part 2 as your map, follow the history of rebellion in turn of the 15th century England and the successive stories of three kings: Richard II, Henry IV and Henry V.
Teens who stay up late on school nights -- whether it be due to homework, chatting online with friends or late sports practices -- may experience more academic and emotional problems than their peers who are earlier to bed, a new study suggests.
After 10 happy years working for a national record store chain in the UK, like so many institutions of the high street in the late 2000s, it closed its doors and with it went my cherished career in entertainment retail.