The pause of club football for the international break is usually met with a collective sigh. However recent unhinged results have left us gasping for a breather in the Premier League.
Student halls across the UK are being put into lockdown, leaving thousands of freshers cooped up in box rooms, isolated from family, and watching sub-par online lectures. We go inside Manchester Metropolitan, one of the universities worst affected by the crisis, in search of signs of life – and of protest.
Carpets that look like bacon and sofas that look like loaves of bread. Plus plenty of things that don't resemble food and will make your home look heavenly.
Cyno vigils, floating corpses, solar system cemeteries and virtual acts of remembrance: in the deep space of this MMO, everyone can hear you mourn – and everyone benefits.
Jessica Meir completed her space mission in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic after seven months on the International Space Station. Here, she reveals how it felt going from isolation to, well, isolation.
Activists, police and government are fighting it out for the future of an area known for its egalitarian principles and legacy of resistance. Who’s going to win out?
From BLM to gay pride, local teams are showing the big boys of the Premiership how to do football strip politics.
Chris Restrepo spent years working in his parents' kitchen, ate his way round Tokyo and studied with the masters. Now he’s back in south London making Japanese food like no-one else.
As Nike unveils a brand new away kit for the Premier League champions, we travel to Liverpool to capture it on young fans from the area.
Trent Alexander-Arnold has spent the last year cementing his place as the most exciting English footballer of his generation. On the day he’s named Premier League Young Player of the Season, we meet the Liverpool FC star with the world at his feet.
Village parties founded on dance, touch and sweating with strangers are banned this year. In their honour, we take a look at the intergenerational all-nighters as captured by Berlin-based Greek photographer, Spyros Rennt.
We tried his peppery, crushed chip-covered flash in the pan(demic). Here are our findings.
Hadid, Kendall Jenner and other stylish people prove that money doesn’t always buy you style, but it does buy you a giant pen.
Red Dead Redemption 2 is stuffed with content and collectables. And, like any open-world leviathan, it has glitches and wrinkles, too. But what if those disembodied voices and dead-end plots aren’t mistakes? What if “the truth” really is out there?
Harvesting mushrooms requires only a little more patience than taking to TikTok or baking banana bread. Could psilocybin be effective in guiding us through to a better place? Those in the know weigh in.
Traditional butch and androgynous styles are being reimagined by a new generation of queer women and non-binary people.
In light of dehumanising statements by the Polish president, Andrzej Duda, members of the Polish community in Britain share their anxieties ahead of this weekend’s election.
The Face took to the town centre to hear what people think of the Manchester United footballer following his success in convincing the government to provide a summer food fund for low-income families.
Getting high used to be easy – but demand has skyrocketed for marijuana in lockdown, leaving suppliers in a lurch. This is how weed dealers and smokers are navigating the global pandemic.
From DIY injectables to drive-thru Botox, cosmetic treatment fanatics are resorting to dangerous underground procedures to get their fix.
Naughty Dog's latest epic is a beautiful, despairing exploration of dehumanisation and vengeance. It’s likely the last big PS4 exclusive before the recently unveiled PS5. But does it go far enough in its unpacking of violent retribution?
When a post appeared on a message board in 2012, it sent a small corner of the internet spiralling into a conspiracy of whistleblowers, dead man’s switches and NSA surveillance. Eight years on, and Cicada 3301 has become a story of obsession, paranoia and, most improbably, community.
Formed 30 years ago this month, OutRage! mounted a sustained campaign to improve the rights and freedoms of the queer community. Here’s how they did it.