A Week After the Open, Championship Tennis Continues in Queens
A Davis Cup tie between South Africa and Venezuela is being held in front of a small group of fans at the West Side Tennis Club - the first Davis Cup action there since 1959.
North Africa COVID cases plummeting after summer spike
Weeks after Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria and Libya were hit hard by COVID infections, case numbers are now declining fast.
What are the new Covid travel rules?
The UK's Covid travel rules will be simplified from October, with the traffic light system and mandatory PCR tests scrapped for many.
A Lot of Classical Music and Opera to Hear This Season
Among the highlights: the Metropolitan Opera's first work by a Black composer, Carnegie Hall's reopened doors, and more.
New Zealand, Australia travel bubble suspended as COVID continues
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the country is within sight of eliminating Delta but travel restrictions to Australia extended until November.
Shake-up of Covid travel rules set to benefit double-jabbed holidaymakers
T ravelling is set to be made cheaper and more straightforward for doubled-jabbed holidaymakers under a shake-up of coronavirus rules.
Phillies Notes: Realmuto, Gregorius, Neris
Trailing 7-0 after three innings against the Cubs today, the Phillies ended up rolling to a 17-8 blowout win.
Turkey tipped to come off Covid red list in time for half-term
British holidaymakers will be told on Friday that they can now travel to Turkey, it is reported, as the government announces its much-anticipated review of the Covid travel lists.
'Light and Desire' Review: Express Yourself, if You Can
In Colleen Thomas's work at New York Live Arts, created and performed by women, the sense of pent-up release was strong.
The Virtues of Moving to Berlin During the Pandemic
Berlin has been unrecognizable to its long-term inhabitants ever since March 2020. Lockdown after lockdown has gradually changed our carefree reality into an enduring nightmare.