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Which area of London suits your personality?

How suited you are to a particular area could be more important than looking at crime figures, schools or housing prices when looking for a property in the capital, according to a Cambridge University study<p>Property purchases in London should be based on how well residents are suited to an area …

England

Life Tips From The Ph.D. Who's Discovering How Meditation Changes Your Brain

Britta Hölzel is not your typical yoga teacher. Or your typical Ph.D. neuroscientist.<p>In recent years, during fellowships at Harvard Medical School and elsewhere, Hölzel has co-authored a range of studies focused on the intersection of two great passions of her life, how meditation and yoga affect …

Mindfulness

Sounds of history could be lost forever, British Library warns

British Library warns its collection of unique and important sound recordings, including extinct birds, First World War testimony's and the UK's most famous voices, could be lost forever within 15 years<p>The sounds of British history, from the voice of Florence Nightingale to the testimony of First …

Humanities

A short history of mental illness in art

From Hogarth to Van Gogh, art has challenged our understanding of mental illness. Jonathan Jones’ shares his top ten for our mental health appeal<p>Click here to donate to the Guardian and Observer Christmas appeal<p>Art has led the way in seeing mental illness not as alien or contemptible but part of …

Mental Health

25 Delicious Dips to Serve at Your Next Shindig

As the new year kicks off to an exciting start, we’re betting that you’ll have at least a few people over sometime in the next few months. Whether it’s to catch up on a casual evening or a big Superbowl Bash, you’re going to need some snacks to set out. Dip is the perfect solution. No matter what …

Cooking

Seeing the Sixties and Seventies Through 2001 and Alien

By Jason Z. Resnikoff January 9, 2015<p>On Film<p><i>Watching the sixties and seventies through</i> 2001 <i>and</i> Alien.<p>From <i>2001: A Space Odyssey</i><p>It was April 1968 and my father was sitting in a theater in Times Square watching <i>2001: A Space Odyssey</i>, certain that what he was seeing wasn’t just a movie but the future<i>.</i> …

Columbia University

What Does Living 'Close' to Transit Really Mean?

New studies suggest proximity to transit is quite flexible and could extend to a mile out.<p>The question of how far people will walk to reach a transit stop has a pretty significant impact on the shape of cities. American urban planners conventionally draw that line at about a half-mile. Some …

Man Creates a Teeming, Tiny City Out of Paper, One Building at a Time

Each day, Scottish artist Charles Young designs and builds a new castle, carousel, or church, using only cardboard. His masterwork of A4 …

The Best Ads Of Spring 2015

The Hospital Club

Covent Garden, London, England<p>Home to 15 luxurious, cosy, retro-chic guestrooms on the third floor of a Covent Garden members’ club for people in the creative industries. There's a retro vibe, sophisticated rooms, good food and helpful staff.

Hospitality

A Beurrage of ambition at Pilsen bakery

You don't design and build a to-scale replica of Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater in gingerbread without a particular kind of zeal for butter, flour and sugar. Jeffrey Hallenbeck possesses that zeal. It's the kind of commitment and enthusiasm it takes to get a person out of bed and to work by 3 …

Frank Lloyd Wright

Matcha Mochi Cupcakes

There’s a reason why I don’t bake these on a regular basis at my home.I can’t stop eating them.I’ve always been a big fan of anything made with …

Muffins

New UCLA study sheds light on why some people develop PTSD

Neuroscience

Create Better Travel Photographs by Waking Up Early

I wouldn’t necessarily consider myself a “morning person”, but when I travel my alarm is almost always set to wake me up before the sun rises. …

Vietnam

Erotic Prints : History of Erotic Art

Prints have been a popular medium for artists for centuries, from the basic woodblock prints of the Japanese, to the sophisticated lithography …

Texting Is In Decline

WhatsApp revealed last week that it had more than 700 million monthly users, putting the messaging app in first place among its competitors, including Facebook Messenger and WeChat.<p>But there's also proof that WhatsApp is replacing texting. Thirty billion messages are sent over WhatsApp each day — …

Apps

Perfect Brunch Frittata. {Gluten Free, Vegetarian Recipe}

I don’t know about everyone else, but for me, I feel like it’s just not breakfast if there aren’t any eggs.<p>Eggs are really a wonderful food, packed …

Breakfast

The Remarkably Intimate Houses Of Father-Son Architects Eliel And Eero Saarinen

A new book focuses on the small-scale projects of the Finnish-American architecture family.<p>Architecture history is filled with father-son duos. In the 18th century, Jacques V Gabriel, the premier architect to the King of France, left his title to his son Ange-Jacques, who designed and remodeled …

Architecture

The Unique Misery of Flying in China

On Friday, irate passengers forced open the emergency door of their airplane as it sat on a snowy runway. That was only the latest sign of trouble in Chinese air travel.<p>Here's a story that will resonate with anyone who has flown in China. On Friday night, after a three-hour weather delay, …

Aviation