If young musicians are writing about anxiety and suicide ideation, is it a good idea for parents to let their teens listen to it?
Three decades ago, Angela Heath crewed on a boat that smashed ocean racing’s glass ceiling. Today, she is part of a growing movement intent on bringing women to the helm of competitive sailing, writes Cliona Foley
After eviction and financial reality hit him and his family hard, Belfast-born novelist Adrian McKinty was about to give up writing. Then fate, an agent and Stephen King intervened
After winning double gold at the 2004 Olympics, athlete and speaker Kelly Holmes stepped away from the spotlight to mentor young female runners. Years later, mentoring and inspiring others is still her life’s work, writes Sarah Taaffe-Maguire
The tale of AC Saint-Julien is the most illustrious strand of the Irish wine story in France
As if the fine weather and the gregarious inhabitants weren’t enough to recommend it, the Portuguese capital is a true treat for any self-respecting foodie, writes Gillian Nelis
A profound look at why people commit monstrous acts
Why we get fooled again and again by being too trustful