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Judaism, literary lust—and ‘fat camp’
‘Discovering Judaism has been a profound and fascinating process, from celebrating festivals to the spiritual joy of synagogue’
Mocktails and deferred adulthood
‘Every alcohol substitute I’ve ever tasted has the flavour roughly of fake grass blended with lemon pips’
Sweet but weird
Cuteness has flooded our lives: from entertainment to advertising to the very way we communicate
"Beyoncé got involved in youth voter registration — you could sign up at her concerts — because apparently, without the world’s most famous pop star yelling at us, millennials cannot fill out a life-defining form"
There has always been a gap between the generations, but this year's 'youthquake' looks set only to widen it
Jomo Vs. Fomo
An epidemic of Jomo is raging amongst millenials: the joy of missing out
High rents in London are likely to drive millennials out, but the city's emotional pull is strong
Heart Of Darkness By The Thames
An epic journey through 21st century London
Overrated: Jamie Oliver
If the Naked Chef wants a sugar tax, he should stand for Parliament himself
Spend, Spend, Spend!
Don't blame young people for burning through money — they've got no choice
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above