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Stranger Things Finally Gave Us Answers to These 10 Pressing Questions

<b>Warning</b>: This post includes spoilers for <i>Stranger Things</i>.<p><i>Stranger Things</i> season 2 answered several urgent questions.<p>At the end of season 1, fans …

TV

Next Week's Meal Plan: 5 Cozy Comfort-Food Dinners

How do you divide dinner chores at home? Most weekdays I cook dinner and my husband clears the dishes, puts away leftovers, and washes dishes in …

Ranking The Best New Shows On Netflix You Can Stream Right Now

There are two shows worth checking out this week.<p>For the weekend of May 5, Streamline recommends “Dear White People” in the top Netflix spot for the first time. It’s a relief that a great show has finally come along to unseat “Collateral” from its eight-week-long perch in the top spot.<p>This Netflix …

The Best Documentaries Of 2017 (So Far)

Obit<p>On the face of it, few journalism jobs seem more depressing than penning obituaries. Yet Vanessa Gould's <i>Obit</i> is a penetrating and uplifting …

PHOTOS: A 4-Year Mission To Present A New Vision Of Beauty

Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc spent nearly four years shooting portraits of — and collecting stories about — women from around the world.<p>The product of her vision — and her travels to 50 countries — can be seen in her book The Atlas Of Beauty,hitting shelves Tuesday.<p>The project, she says, …

Social Media

The Mockumentary Is Dead, Long Live the Mockumentary

The comedic subgenre used to be ubiquitous—then, it wasn't. What happened?<p>When the mockumentary first infiltrated popular culture in the early aughts, it was only a few short years until the style was inescapable. Audiences couldn't seem to get enough of the single-camera shots, awkward silences, …

Twentysomethings say booze is 'uncool' - so what happened when a millennial and a midlifer swapped drinking habits?

Helen Kirwan-Taylor<p>Where does one go to put their claret-based abstinence to the test? A dinner party, of course. Fitting, then, that - having swapped drinking habits with a millennial this week - I should be spending my first booze-free night at one.<p>A new study posits that twentysomethings prefer …

Six seasonal dishes to make in October

Make the most of plaice, leeks, clams, grapes, horseradish and potatoes in October's seasonal recipes<p><i>Autumn is upon us, and that means an abundance</i> …

Cooking

All I Want to Wear Right Now Are These 40-Year-Old Trends

I'm a huge fan of '70s fashion—the era created a host of trends that still stand up today, whether you realise they're from that time or not. Think …

Barnardo’s black history in the words and pictures of long-forgotten children

To celebrate the start of Black History Month, the charity is sharing its archive of photographs and poignant testimonials with the Observer, at last giving a voice to the orphans it welcomed into its homes 120 years ago<p>A hidden store of remarkable personal testimonies, told by a selection of black …

The best books to read this Black History Month

October is Black History month in the UK, an annual series of events and a celebration of the contribution that black people have made to the history …

How Che Guevara's Face Became The Most Enduring Political Image Of All-Time

<b>Half a century after his death,</b> Che Guevara is bigger than ever. The revolutionary immortalised in Alberto Korda's brooding portrait, which has been …

Forget Your To Do List—Finding Meaning Is the Real Productivity Booster | Heleo

Brought to you by American Express OPEN Forum<p><b>Susan Cain</b> is the author of the <i>New York Times</i> bestseller <i>Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That</i> …

Five Unmissable Artists from London’s African Art Fair

As 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair hits London, we highlight some of the most exciting emerging and established artists showing at it<p>‘Frieze …

The UK’s productivity problem is almost twice as bad as the rest of the G7

The UK economy’s decade-long struggle with low productivity is showing little sign of abating. In the second quarter of 2017, output per hour fell by 0.1%, after falling 0.5% in the previous quarter, according to data released today (Oct. 6) by the Office for National Statistics.<p>The problem is much …

UK Economy

The Strange Political Afterlife of Arnold Schwarzenegger

The Terminator is suiting up for a new adversary: Donald Trump.<p>MUNICH, Germany—The Governator is off to conduct the band at his favorite beer tent at Oktoberfest. Why? Well, he finished his salty half-chicken, gave the photographers the pose he knew they wanted—the one in which he's holding the …

Why do we feel so guilty all the time?

Food, sex, money, work, family, friends, health, politics: there’s nothing we can’t feel guilty about, including our own feelings of guilt. By Devorah Baum<p>I feel guilty about everything. Already today I’ve felt guilty about having said the wrong thing to a friend. Then I felt guilty about avoiding …

Middle-class

111 Items of Clothing That Changed the World Forever

Catherine Losing and Anna Lomax photographed bucket hats, Birkins and balaclavas for the beautiful new catalogue which accompanies MoMA’s first …

Fashion (UK)

Men's and women's brains react differently when helping others, study says

<b>(CNN) —</b> There is pleasure in both giving and receiving. Does gender influence which of these pleasures we prefer?<p>In women, part of the brain showed a greater response when sharing money, while in men, the same structure showed more activity when they kept the cash for themselves, a small study …

Neuroscience

You Don't Just Need a Daily Routine. You Need a Seasonal Routine, Too

Humans didn't evolve to live strictly by the clock. Use that reality to your advantage.<p>These days almost all of us live by the clock. Our lives are divided into 24-hour chunks and scheduled according to the numbers on our watch or phone -- at such and such a time we get up, at another we eat lunch, …

Time Management

The placebo effect has an evil twin that makes you feel pain

A fascinating new study finds patients report worse side effects from placebo when they think it costs more money.<p>The placebo effect is one of the most mystifying phenomena in medicine. When we expect a pill to make us feel better, it does. If we see others get better while using a medicine, we …

Placebos

Two months ago, the internet tried to banish Nazis. No one knows if it worked

On August 11th and 12th, the Charlottesville Unite the Right rally marked a turning point in modern American politics, where far-right groups felt empowered to gather and openly support white supremacy. The event ended with the alleged murder of protester Heather Heyer.<p>The rally also marked a …

15 Breakfast Potato Recipes to Start Your Morning Right

I've always seen breakfast as just an excuse to eat more potatoes. I'll skip sweets, like pancakes and waffles, and dive straight into the savory …

Remarkable You: Here's the Best Way to Stand Out and Make a Lasting Impression

Find the thing that sets you apart from the crowd<p>Let's start with the premise that you're good at what you do. Although your mama taught you not to brag, deep in your heart you know you're actually quite awesome.<p>Since talent and expertise aren't an issue, the challenge becomes standing out from all …

remarkable

Is living forever going to suck?

We might be too sick to enjoy our extended lifespans.<p>The scuttlebutt around Silicon Valley is that soon we'll soon live way, way longer. Former Googler Bill Maris says humans can make it to 500 years old; hedge fund manager Joon Yun thinks 1,000 years is more on the money. Some, such as biotech …

Medicine

12 Little Things That Show People You're Intelligent, Without You Having to Say It

Actions speak louder than words.<p>I was at a breakfast meeting the other day.<p>Four people around a small table on the outdoor deck of a nice hotel, right on the beach, one of the women brought two boxes of avocado toast from the café.<p>"For us to share," she said.<p>My first thought was, "How are we going …

Arts and Crafts movement

Only 5% of young workers in Britain are in jobs that are safe from robot replacement

The world is going through another technological revolution where greater use of robots, artificial intelligence, and automation can make business more efficient—potentially at the cost of millions of human jobs. Looking at Britain in particular, there’s a huge problem that young people face.<p>PwC …

The Future

R&B’s Changing Voice: How Hip-Hop Edged Grittier Singers Out of the Mainstream

Tank, a veteran singer with a decade and a half of R&B hits, remembers the moment when rappers took over the airwaves.<p>“Bone Thugs-n-Harmony are the …

Music

Start Your Morning Off With These 12 Porridge Upgrades

If you’ve been on Insta lately, you know that bowls of grainy goodness are all the rage. With the weather turning cooler, a hot bowl of porridge (complete with all of the fixin’s) strikes the perfect balance between hearty, hygge, and healthy. If you feel stuck in an oatmeal and raisin rut, there …

This Is How The Way You Read Impacts Your Memory And Productivity

Studies show that reading printed material instead of on screens helps you better retain information.<p>It’s no understatement that digital mediums have taken over every aspect of our lives. We check what our friends are doing on the glowing screens in our hands, read books on dedicated e-readers, and …

The Brain