Five exhibitions to see

From Rembrandt to Grayson Perry, an eclectic selection of exhibitions to visit in the coming months

Ancient columns of temple ruins in archaeological park Tombs of the Kings, Paphos,Cyprus,UNESCO heritage site.

There’s more to Paphos than sunbathing and getting sloshed

The Cypriot city is a destination for holidaymakers seeking comfort and culture

How to travel in style – when the odds are against you

Robert Louis Stevenson might not have been referring specifically to holidays when he wrote that ‘to travel hopefully is a…

Five ways to make the most of tiny spaces

Taking inspiration from the Barbican’s Japanese House exhibition

Wine Glass with Chocolates

Booze and chocolate: the perfect pairings for Easter

The very best tipples to enjoy with your chocolate eggs over the bank holiday weekend

Olivier Awards 2017: full list of winners

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child won a record-breaking nine awards

a type writer and screwed up paper

The British short story needs saving

This grand literary tradition is being killed off by vapid competitions

Britain’s best bars for playing games

Bars and cafés across the UK are encouraging people to embrace their competitive side

a pilot in front of a WW1 Centenary Aircraft

Learning to fly: a beginner’s guide

Flying lessons are not as expensive or time-consuming as you might think

May 1936: Jose, Oscar and Eduardo Aguilar, sons of the Venezuelan Legation counsellor, leave Waterloo Station in London for home, wearing smart suits

The evolving style of the suitcase

The best modern suitcases combine practicality and craftsmanship

Legs of young sportswoman with fitness tracker on hand in black leggings sitting on the floor in gym

Why leggings deserve to be grounded

United Airlines should not be pilloried for enforcing its dress code

Cabin crews in Singapore Airline leaving Changi Airport after flight has landed

The world’s most luxurious airports

The airport experience doesn’t always have to be a nightmare

Is Ivanka Trump a restrainer, or an enabler?

The unofficial but crucial role of Ivanka Trump at her father’s White House

The other sexual double-standard

Why is self-love for women so cool and feminist? For men it’s seen as sad and sleazy

What it’s like to be on Mastermind

From the first phone call to the semi-finals

The frock that rocked a nation

How a TV reality show about wedding dresses almost brought down the 40-year-old Marxist government of Angola

Fighting Isis to the bitter, bloody end

Conversations with victims and warriors at the siege of Mosul

Why I’ve written my last Latin tattoo

A Cambridge classicist on a trend he helped to fuel, and why he wants it to end

A pair of Master and Dynamic MW50 On-Ear Headphones

An epic quest for the ultimate wireless headphones

The wait for Apple’s AirPods was excrutiating, so I found my audible pleasure elsewhere

A bunch of flowers by Flowers by Hayford and Rhodes

Mother’s Day presents that aren’t a load of old rubbish

A guide to gifts that won’t leave mum feeling angry, or even disappointed

Passengers queue at an airport to board a plane

I pity the fools who queue to get on planes

It doesn’t matter how long people stand at the departure gate, they’ll still end up in their allocated seat

A visitor looks at a selection of paintings, at the press view for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2006, the world's largest open contemporary art exhibition showcasing work by unknown and emerging artists

How the Royal Academy is dramatically reinventing itself

To mark its 250th anniversary next year, the RA is to undergo an extensive redevelopment

Exhibition preview: Howard Hodgkin at National Portrait Gallery

The death of the revered British painter comes shortly before the opening of a major new show in London

Tailored suits: the ultimate buyer’s guide

Everything you need to know about splashing out on a bespoke suit

Exhibition preview: Cure3

Damien Hirst, Grayson Perry and Peter Blake put art in a box to raise money for Parkinson’s charity