One brave prankster serves pineapple pizza to Neapolitans who've ordered a classic margherita. And must face the consequences.
The Magnum Photos Square Print sale runs for five days only, from midday on Monday 30 October to 6pm on Friday 3 November.
In light of Lola Olufemi's positive attempts to "decolonise" her curriculum at Cambridge, here are our suggestions.
Adrián Pino Olivera has stripped in front of Michelangelo's David Florence's Galleria dell'Accademia and Tate Britain's Ophelia.
Halloween is just around the corner, so here's some advice on how to avoid making bad costume choices.
Photographers are invited to enter National Geographic's 2017 Nature Photographer of the Year contest's four categories: Wildlife, Landscape, Underwater and Aerial.
Andre Walker, a contributor for the New York Observer finally ceded the argument after receiving over 100,000 replies to his criticism of libraries.
A restaurant in Manchester praised for leaving food out for homeless people every night has urged others to copy its good deeds
From misty lochs and chalk cliffs to snow-covered mountains and autumnal woods, Landscape Photographer of the Year book captures the splendour of Britain's rural and urban landscapes, from the Outer Hebrides to the white cliffs of Dover.
Inès Rau has become Playboy's first transgender Playmate, but Tula paved the way after being outed by the News of the World.
The cutest festival ever is coming to London, with accessories, toys and food for both humans and felines.
The free annual Sculpture by the Sea exhibition, now in its 21st year, stretches for two kilometres along the coastline and features artworks created by 104 artists.
Brian Griffin (not the dog from Family Guy) was a major British music industry photographer in the 1980s, shooting album covers by Depeche Mode, The Clash, Iggy Pop, The Specials, Elvis Costello and many more.
George Saunders' becomes the second US author to win the prize for Lincoln in the Bardo which was described as 'unique' and 'extraordinary' by the judging panel.
Photojournalist Brent Stirton has been named Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017 for his shocking image of a black rhino killed by poachers for its horns.