The New York Times
· Your Tuesday Briefing →
Here’s a list of all sorts of travel games inspired by landmarks, train rides and hotels.
· NHL targets return to practice in early June →
A memo sent to teams on Sunday said groups of up to six players would be allowed to train on the ice together at any one time under the new relaxed guidelines.
· Championship players return to training more than two months after season suspended →
Players took part in non-contact sessions and trained in small groups.
· French billionaires raise stakes in defence of publisher Lagardere →
Lagardere's business is focused on book publishing houses including Hachette, the world's third largest book publisher, and travel retail, with stores in airports and train stations.
· Richard Hoare obituary →
He was the youngest son of Quintin Hoare, a partner at C Hoare, and Lucy (nee Selwyn), who had trained as an actor at Rada.
· The Sioux man 'empowering' Standing Rock with solar power →
Two Bears said he hopes to eventually train young people here and on reservations elsewhere in solar energy production and upkeep.
The Wall Street Journal
· Poor Countries Weigh Easing Lockdowns as Coronavirus Cases Continue to Rise →
Train service is restarting across much of India.
· Dame Jocelyn Barrow obituary →
After attending St Joseph’s Convent school in Port of Spain she trained as a teacher at the city’s governmental teacher training college, and arrived in the UK in 1959 to pursue an English degree at London University, followed by postgraduate studies at the Institute of Education.
· 'Landscape painter of stirring genius': call for Joan Eardley centenary →
On hearing that a storm was approaching, she would catch the next train from Glasgow to Stonehaven, and make the rest of the journey to Catterline on her Lambretta.
· 17 Unforgettable Resort Shows, Chosen by Our Editors →
We take the elevator to Joseph Altuzarra’s studio near our office at 1 World Trade Center or run to the ACE train to the Garment District to catch up with Thom Browne.