Florence Pugh:’ You never watch an unplucked brow in Hollywood’

The young British star of Lady Macbeth, King Lear and the BBCs new Le Carr adaptation talks about ambition, being body shamed and Gen Zs new brat pack Legend has it that, in the early 20 th century, Hungarian playwright Ferenc Molnar hurled the keys to the New York cafe in Budapest into the Danube, […]

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‘Don’t be afraid to construct mistakes’: 11 ways to be more creative

Where do great ideas come from? We asked artists, designers and novelists, including Marina Abramovi, Richard Quinn and Ben Okri, what gets their minds whirring Judith Kerr, children’s writer and illustrator I’m not sure I’d call it creativity. It feels like get the hell out of there with the job. It feels like something you’ve […]

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My week as an Uber courier: my bike get stolen, but I kept my five-star rating

Delivering everything from books to falafel sandwiches was easy, but excessive the times of downtime stimulate the prospect of earning a consistent living grim Nicholas pads down the stairs of his apartment building on Broome Street in New Yorks Soho neighbourhood where the cheapest two-bedroom unit costs more than$ 2m in his boxers and a […]

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Could intercity cycle freeways revolutionise the daily commute?

Germany is building the worlds biggest bicycle autobahn to connect 10 cities and remove 50,000 automobiles from the road every day. With the popularity of e-bikes growing too, is Europe about to see a new epoch of long-distance cycle commuting? In 2010, when the motorway between the German cities of Duisburg and Dortmund was closed […]

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The unstoppable rise of veganism: how a fringe motion ran mainstream

Health, climate change, animal welfare … whats driving more people and brands to espouse a plant-based lifestyle? We investigate, and, below, four vegans explain their choice Late on a Thursday afternoon in early March, simply off Brick Lane in the heart of London’s nightlife hotspot Shoreditch, 23 -year-old Louisa Davidson is taking calls and co-ordinating […]

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Chicago tempts cyclists with plan for float, solar-powered bike path

Spearheaded by design firm Second Shore, the aim is to protect cyclists from cars and better connect the city City cyclists, picture the scene: no more road-hogging drivers , no more day-dreaming pedestrians , no more puddle-splashing vehicles. Just a clean, clear ride straight downtown and with river views all the route. This is the […]

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Fat-biking: the miracle solution to cycling on sand

Peter Kimpton sees a bike thats perfect for riding on the beach and explores the Glamorgan coast near Porthcawl Smooth tarmac to rough, potholed roads, gravel tracks to mountain routes, cyclists encounter good and bad surfaces, but rarely do we ride on sand. Most motorcycles would get stuck and confiscate up in seconds. Beaches may […]

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On your bike: best available books about cycling

With the Tour de France in full swing, saddle up and check out the greatest volumes on two wheels In Mythologies , Roland Barthes argued that the Tour de Francewas an epic ritual as much as it was a sporting event. For Barthes the race, which set off from the village of Noirmoutier-en-l’Ile in north-west […]

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Could Chicago’s floating cycle route elude the doubters and reconnect the city?

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Attachment parenting: the best way to create a child- or maternal masochism?

Its the fashionable approach to parenting in the west, with specific emphasis on baby-wearing, co-sleeping and long-term breastfeeding. But does it make for happier, better children? In a family home in picture-pretty Oxfordshire, four women and seven toddlers are, respectively, drinking tea and causing chaos. The children, aged between 13 months and four years, are […]

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