House Notes: We meet again

The joy of (multi) sex

To meet the demands of a modern sexual being, polyamory’s open agenda is becoming increasingly attractive

Chef Valentine Warner on food as lived experience

The acclaimed chef behind The Consolation Of Food: Stories About Life And Death, Seasoned With Recipes reflects on our relationship with food

Ten major artworks from the Soho House collection and the untold stories behind them

Damien Hirst’s afterparty inspiration, Tracey Emin’s rule-breaking, and other unknown facts from the House’s collection

Plastic enemy number one

Tia Grazette, London member, curator and founder of Le Good Society, talks to Ted Stansfield about turning to art for the fight against plastic pollution

Olympian Miles Chamley-Watson on the transformative powers of sport

Watson, member and the first US fencer to win an individual gold medal at the World Championships, shares how finding sport changed his life

To California, with love

When author, member and surfing enthusiast Nina Freudenberger moved from New York to Malibu, she entered a love story with the great California terrain

Creative Sensemaker

The latest instalment of Creative Sensemaker, a cultural series by Tortoise Media, the slow news agency

Everything you need to know about a post-pandemic Olympics

How do you organise an international sporting event, stay at the top of your athletic game and hold on to sponsorships in the time of enforced distancing?

Raven Smith on stealing back the sexiest season

Sun-dappled days are sliced with latent horniness and lazy melodrama: let’s reclaim summer, writes our resident columnist

Amazin LeThi on inclusive spaces in sport

With the Tokyo Olympics postponed, the queer elite-level athlete and activist urges that now is the perfect moment to reassess LGBTQ+ inclusion in sports