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  1. July 27, 2014

    Typewriters clatter into life again

    Its cacophonous clickety-clack was as synonymous with the newsroom as shorthand and cigarette smoke. An illustrious band of...

  2. FT Photo Diary

    July 7, 2014

    Running with the bulls

    Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Revellers run with Torrestrella’s fighting bulls along the Calle Estafeta during the second...

  1. June 22, 2014

    27, Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, Missouri – review

    Twenty-seven Rue de Fleurus was the address of the Parisian home of Gertrude Stein, the protagonist of Opera Theatre of...

  2. November 29, 2013

    Why Belgium arouses suspicion – and should an atheist say grace?

    David Tang, entrepreneur and founder of ICorrect, offers advice on questions about property, interiors – and modern manners...

  3. Off Message

    October 24, 2013

    Russell Brand, Britain’s reluctant Beppe Grillo

    When he was mayor of Bogotá, Antanas Mockus hired 420 mime artists to control the Colombian capital’s horrendous traffic....

  4. August 23, 2013

    Crime fiction craftsman whose writerly roots lay in westerns

    According to Ernest Hemingway, “All modern American literature comes from one book by Mark Twain called Huckleberry Finn....

  5. August 2, 2013

    Write drunk, edit sober

    The Trip to Echo Spring: Why Writers Drink, by Olivia Laing, Canongate, RRP£20, 284 pages “A man that drinks,” wrote...

  6. July 26, 2013

    The List: five novels about drinking

    From mint juleps in The Great Gatsby (1925) to gin in John Cheever’s marvellously unsettling short story “The Swimmer”...

  7. FT Photo Diary

    July 9, 2013

    San Fermin Running of the Bulls festival

    Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images A reveller eludes a bull’s horn at Calle Estafeta during the fourth day of the San...

  8. FT Photo Diary

    July 8, 2013

    Running with the bulls in Pamplona

    Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images Revellers run with Dolores Aguirre’s ranch fighting bulls at Curva Estafeta on Monday...

  9. May 31, 2013

    Spain: ‘The real old stuff’

    Ninety years ago next month, a 23-year-old travel writer called Ernest Hemingway arrived in the Spanish city of Pamplona. He...

  10. May 31, 2013

    Interview: John Morris on his friend Robert Capa

    When Robert Capa’s photographs of D-Day finally reached the Life magazine offices in London, it was nearly deadline. The...

  11. April 26, 2013

    Writers in love with other art forms

    In the last summer of his life Norman Mailer felt he had the face he deserved and the solitude he craved. He was living...

  12. April 18, 2013

    Trading houses go cool on commodity prices

    For the head of one of the world’s biggest commodity trading houses, Ernest Hemingway nailed the state of agriculture...

  13. April 3, 2013

    The search for lifelines in Italy

    For decades tourists crowded out Harry’s Bar, famous for its peach-and-prosecco bellini cocktails and visitors such as...

  14. April 3, 2013

    Shares in Moleskine tick higher on debut

    Shares in Italian notebook maker Moleskine rose incrementally on the first day of trading after pricing its initial public...

  15. March 4, 2013

    Moleskine braves post-election IPO market

    Moleskine, the maker of the eponymous notebooks said to have been used by Pablo Picasso and Ernest Hemingway, will brave...

  16. Material World

    January 8, 2013

    From the sole: the YSL/Louboutin effect

    Shoes by Nina Ricci. Image by Vanessa Friedman It seems the YSL/Christian Louboutin red sole suit has had some unexpected...

  17. September 11, 2012

    Andrea Miller

    Andrea Miller is a TV executive and EMBA graduate of London Business School. During her studies at LBS, she was one of two...

  18. July 6, 2012

    Moleskine to test volatile market with IPO

    Moleskine, the Italian maker of the eponymous notebooks, will test a volatile market as it seeks to turn rapid growth and...

  19. June 23, 2012

    Fact and fantasy in the newsroom

    In one of those cosmic coincidences of timing, just as the Leveson inquiry in the UK paints journalists in the worst...

  20. April 20, 2012

    Hot property: Literary influences

    ▲ Troutbeck, 1 Troutbeck Lane, Amenia, New York, $9.95m Where Upstate New York, around 75 miles north of New York City, with...

  21. January 20, 2012

    Man versus marlin

     Hemingway’s Boat: Everything He Loved in Life, and Lost, 1934-1961, by Paul Hendrickson, Bodley Head, £20, 544 pages In...

  22. January 13, 2012

    Hemingway and son

    In late September 1951, Ernest Hemingway’s youngest son, Gregory, known as Gigi, was arrested after entering the ladies room...

  23. January 13, 2012

    Sex, art and Picasso’s libido

    Bless their thermal undergarments. Archive material just released under the 50-year rule in Stockholm reveals that the...

  24. December 16, 2011

    Write of passage

     It’s Fine By Me, by Per Petterson, translated by Don Bartlett, Harvill Secker, RRP£12.99, 208 pages To come to Per...

  25. November 29, 2011

    American Airlines admits strategy failed

    Bankruptcy, Ernest Hemingway wrote, happens gradually at first and then suddenly, but the speed of AMR Corporation’s...

  26. October 6, 2011

    Film releases: October 7

    Midnight in Paris is the saddest Woody Allen yet. Sadder in its way, even, than The Purple Rose of Cairo or Another Woman....

  27. July 9, 2011

    Small talk: Téa Obreht

    Last month, Téa Obreht, 25, became the youngest winner of the Orange Prize for Fiction for her debut novel, The Tiger’s...

  28. June 29, 2011

    Top dogs take bigger slice of spoils

    To adapt the exchange between Ernest Hemingway and his literary agent: the super-rich are very different from the rich. They...

  29. June 10, 2011

    No more death in the afternoon

    The matador Julián López ‘El Juli’ In Barcelona’s bullring, the matador lifts his sword above his head. The blade, catching...

  30. April 15, 2011

    A cockerel merges with a cloud

    ‘The Farm’ (1921-2) “I would not trade it for any picture in the world,” wrote Ernest Hemingway, owner of Joan Miró’s first...

  31. April 8, 2011

    When Paris becomes utopia

    Walking through Paris in spring, you start to think about earthly utopias. It’s tricky to describe the city on the first...

  32. March 25, 2011

    Niche

    Niche: Why the Market No Longer Favours the Mainstream, by James Harkin, Little, Brown, RRP£20, 256 pages James Harkin, who...

  33. March 21, 2011

    The Paris Wife

    The Paris Wife, by Paula McLain, Virago, RRP£12.99, 392 pages Hadley Richardson, born in St Louis in 1891, was raised to be...

  34. February 13, 2011

    Pitfalls of the US cheap gas habit

    “How did you go bankrupt?” Bill asked. “Two ways,” Mike said. “Gradually and then suddenly.” “What brought it on?”...

  35. January 7, 2011

    The right stripes

    They have different agendas and different creative engines, but every so often the worlds of fashion and film hit on the...

  36. October 30, 2010

    Making cocktails at the Paris Ritz

    Bartender Colin Peter Field at the Ritz in Paris What better way to spend a Saturday afternoon in Paris than by learning the...

  37. July 31, 2010

    Small Talk: Bret Easton Ellis

    Bret Easton Ellis was five years old when he knew he was going to be a writer. At the age of 21 he published his first...

  38. July 10, 2010

    Between the Sheets

    Between the Sheets: The Literary Liaisons of Nine 20thCentury Women Writers, by Lesley McDowell, Duckworth Overlook,...

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