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Hadley Freeman

Cupid’s flown the Tinder coop

Dating methods change - from matchmaking widows to app windows - but the reasons don't.

Sour reaction to Harper Lee’s novel stirs controversy

The response to Go Set a Watchman has confirmed all the writer's fears about following up her classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird.

Still ‘Friends’ after 20 years

The sitcom may be on constant replay, but it's a joy to rediscover how genuinely funny it was. The show's creators share the secrets of its success.

WTF, Fifa? The tribes have spoken

Indigenous Brazilians want to be respected, not saddled with "the world's most expensive bird toilet".

Covering celebrity deaths: The dos and don’ts

The death and funeral of Philip Seymour Hoffman has highlighted some dos and don'ts for the hit-hungry internet.

Cultural appropriation was all Miley Cyrus was doing

Miley Cyrus's MTV Video Music Awards act was less a homage to hip-hop and more a minstrel show, writes Hadley Freeman.

Nigella Lawson: Domestic violence à la carte

Celebrity chef Nigella Lawson's glitzy image has not helped to protect her from abuse, writes Hadley Freeman.

How fashion forgave John Galliano

The style world turned its back on the designer after his anti-semitic outburst, but his recent comeback hints that some are willing to forgive him.

Tyler-made for getting laid

Back with their first album in eight years, rockers Aerosmith want everyone to 'make more love'. Their track record so far is impressive.

Deep Read: Hollywood’s biggest kook

An upcoming Vanity Fair article about Tom Cruise promises eye-popping revelations. It's the final proof that he's become the new Michael Jackson.

‘Mommy war’ a Republican ploy

The United States's Republicans are pitting women against one another in an attempt to distract from the real issues.

Up close with Kermit

Scandalously, no Muppets are up for Oscars this year. But they will be among the presenters of awards at the ceremony. We speak to Kermit the Frog.

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