There is a wave of culinary excitement in Lisbon, recognised last year by a cluster of Michelin stars
There is a wave of culinary excitement in Lisbon recognised last year

Why Lisbon is the new capital of food

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Roi Maishar
Nguyễn Hoàng Khôn
Diego Espejo Ordonio
Alpha males might be adept at climbing the corporate ladder, but can they hold a conversation? A woman despairs at the middle-aged men she knows, while a man offers a passionate rebuttal
Alpha males might be adept at climbing the corporate ladder but can

Are men more boring than women?

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Gene Linet
Joanne Knight
Irina Bukina
Why would anyone make their life more difficult than it already is? Yet we know that obstacles can pay unexpected dividends when it comes to creativity
Why would anyone make their life more difficult than it already is

Why it pays to make your work more difficult

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Nilson Figueiredo Filho
Irina Bukina
Silvia Andrini
Similar to vodka but far smoother, it has shed its image as a drink for old people and is making its way into bars in Britain and America
Similar to vodka but far smoother it has shed its image as

A traditional Japanese spirit is making a comeback

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John Smitka
Juan Manuel
Ana Nenadic
The cannabis market is blooming on America’s west coast, especially in the form of cakes and cocktails
The cannabis market is blooming on Americas west coast especially in the

Being a stoner has never been more stylish

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The Greek philosopher Epicurus has been a victim of slander for more than 2,000 years. But he offered some sage advice on the good life
The Greek philosopher Epicurus has been a victim of slander for more

How to be a happy hedonist

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Law of Attraction - Ask, Believe, Receive
Irina Bukina
Ted Hu
Older people accuse younger people of spending too much time looking at screens. But actually those in their 60s are just as guilty as teenagers
Older people accuse younger people of spending too much time looking at

American pensioners watch TV for more than four hours a day

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Laura Askey
Beverly Dancy
The Law Of Attraction
Does mapping the movement of marine predators drain the ocean of its mystery? From the 1843 archive
Does mapping the movement of marine predators drain the ocean of its

A map that tracks ocean predators makes the deep blue sea a little clearer

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While most of the world is migrating to cities, growing numbers of metropolitan Italians are moving back to the countryside to become farmers
While most of the world is migrating to cities growing numbers of

Why entrepreneurial Italians are taking up farming

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Antonia Hamova
Luna Veronese Bodiya
Ninu Forrest
An alien environment serves as the perfect home for an animal we have sought to encompass through myth and literature, exploitation and eventually a kind of scientific understanding
An alien environment serves as the perfect home for an animal we

Swimming with the whales of the Azorean archipelago

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Joint bank accounts or separate? Does your partner know how much you earn? Attitudes towards money can make or break a relationship
Joint bank accounts or separate Does your partner know how much you

Why couples should be open about their finances

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Léa Rébeillé-Borgella
Tom Pearson
The Law Of Attraction - What you seek is seeking you
Artificial intelligence has come on a long way since the first Robocup in 1997. We meet the developers teaching robots how to play the beautiful game
Artificial intelligence has come on a long way since the first Robocup

Could robots beat humans at football?

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A growing number of musicians are hosting radio shows as a way to win new listeners and cultivate their brands. No wonder Apple Music is keen to get in on the act
A growing number of musicians are hosting radio shows as a way

Drake and Apple Music: friends with benefits

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Beijing may have history and secrets—but it also has smog. We uncover some lesser-known destinations beyond the big city
Beijing may have history and secretsbut it also has smog We uncover

Five great places to go near Beijing

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Before the world had been fully explored, cartographers often made educated but incorrect guesses. They also just made things up. From The Economist’s 1843 magazine
Before the world had been fully explored cartographers often made educated but

Six maps that got the world wrong

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Adriana Shahrokh
Ralph Buchanan Pears
Christina Turner
Before Hipgnosis came along, record sleeves were boring. We explain how a small London studio transformed the look of the album
Before Hipgnosis came along record sleeves were boring We explain how a

The company that turned album covers into art

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Marquise de Hailey
Irina Bukina
We try out the apps promising to get you in and out of a book in the blink of an eye
We try out the apps promising to get you in and out of a book in the blink of an eye

Want to read but can’t find the time? These apps might help

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In 1985, a relatively unknown fashion designer called Tommy Hilfiger opened his first store. Soon, he would become a household name—thanks to a moment of marketing genius
In 1985 a relatively unknown fashion designer called Tommy Hilfiger opened his

Tommy Hilfiger on the ad that made his career

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JiHye Tiffany Kim
Detarvius Rossum
Miguel Ángel Flores
A film about the childhood of a football icon is a great advert for Peruvian cinema, while a Bollywood movie about two sisters who become champion wrestlers is receiving standing ovations
A film about the childhood of a football icon is a great

What the world is watching, from Lima to Tel Aviv

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Stefan J. Lawson
Marine Le Pen, leader of the far-right National Front in France, is unlikely to win the presidential election. But she believes history is on her side
Marine Le Pen leader of the farright National Front in France is

Everything you don’t know about Marine Le Pen, but should

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Tony De Castro
Sebastian Lloret De Mar
Monica Soni