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Culture

* Pints at dawn: All change for London’s earlyhouse drinking culture (The Guardian)
What do you do with a 20% chance of cancer? (BuzzFeed)
How do you preserve a language while still letting it grow? (Hazlitt)
* How Birkenstock convinced us all the breaking-in pain is worth it (Racked)
* On the heartache of being European in Brexit Britain (New Statesman)
* Meet the people who turn the tattoo needle on themselves (The Debrief)
A short history of hairties, women’s hair, and taking care of business (Medium)
Artist life in North-East London, Europe’s densest arts hub (Source Magazine)
* On the Cornish Pasty, there for you in your time of need (Extra Crispy)
* Learning to love your freckles, and the skin you’re in (Medium)
* The narcissist within: On being a couple that looks like each other (Refinery29)
* Is freelancing the future of work? (BL Magazine)
* On synchronicity (Lionheart Magazine)
* How to fix a leak in your bathroom (A comedy of errors) (The Billfold)
* On scent, memory, and Lush – the smelliest shop in town (Racked)
* One man’s quest for the perfect bacon; A cautionary tale (Extra Crispy)
* The art of imitation: Searching for Samuel, a painter famous only to me (Hazlitt)
* On Star Trek Voyager, a lost year, and the surprising things that pull you out of the fire – Catapult

Technology  

Why the sound of silence from noise-cancelling headphones is the ultimate survival tool for modern life (The Guardian)
* Our fridges, ourselves: On home tech, culture shock, and expat life (Curbed)
* How listmaking apps help share the emotional labour of daily life (The Guardian)
Brixton Pound: How fintech boosts the local currency agenda (FusionWire)
* Mirrorcity: Art and the digital revolution (Apollo Magazine)
The London tech startup hub is all grown up (Source Magazine)
* The hottest little bank in town is an app called Mondo (FusionWire)
* Tech City’s bright young things: James Gill, 21, CEO (Square Mile Magazine)
* Meet Kash, the most exciting payment startup in town (FusionWire)
* Anne Boden takes flight with Starling Bank (FusionWire)
* From Ada Lovelace to Mars Rover engineer Abbie Hutty, and why we need more women and girls in STEM (Aquila Magazine for kids)
* Making Moo.la: Gemma Godfrey is building a fintech empire (Hedge Magazine)
* There’s nowhere better for fintech startups than London (Square Mile Magazine)

* Where does the internet live? (Aquila Magazine for kids)
* The Megabuyte Interviews: Talking shop with the leading lights among UK technology CEOs, Chairmen and investment pros (Megabuyte)

Places

Why Norwegians love their country’s strict alcohol policy (Tonic / Vice)
* Save Hackney Wick!  On a disappearing arts community (Apollo Magazine)
* On the real hippie trail in San Francisco (Viator)
* Melbourne certainly has the best coffee in the world (Escapism Magazine)
On brown cheese, and beautifully boring memories (Roads & Kingdoms)
* Secret tales of the city: Street poetry around the world (Qatar Happening)
* Where to drink coffee in big little Trondheim (Suitcase Magazine)
* Getting lost in Marrakesh and Essaouira (Qatar Happening)
* Lighthunting in Norway during the coldest of winter (This Recording)
* The weird, the wonderful, and the Hackney WickED (Source Magazine)
* Sicily: The eyes, the belly, the heart (Qatar Happening)
* Hampi: At the giants’ playground in India (Qatar Happening)
* Notes on a small election (The London Review of Books)

Art

* Georgia O’Keeffe at the Tate Modern, and a sense of home (Litro Magazine)
Agnes Martin at Tate Modern, and the singular experience (Apollo Magazine)
* Lucian Freud at the National Portrait Gallery (Whitehot Magazine)
* Olafur Eliasson’s Weather Project at the Tate Modern (Lionheart Magazine)
* Art about the Unseen at the Hayward Gallery (Whitehot Magazine)
* Lynn Hershman Leeson at Modern Art Oxford (This Is Tomorrow)
* Lygia Pape at the Serpentine Gallery (Whitehot Magazine)
* Buckminster Fuller at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the utopian impulse (Whitehot Magazine)
* Michelangelo Pistoletto at the Serpentine Gallery (Whitehot Magazine)
* Radical Geometry at the Royal Academy of Arts (Apollo Magazine)

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