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Looking Backwards, Moving Forwards

Creating art which cleverly orchestrates nostalgic figures can be a multivalent project. Their citation may be unifying for the generation to which the icons hold symbolic value, but more fascinatingly, they can be used to critically reexamine our contemporary cultural attitudes. This week's cultural picks are charged with the spirit...

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New Opening Alert: Lucknow 49 on Maddox Street

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Beating Anxiety and Bouncing Back in Life

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Spring

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Save The Internet

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BFI Flare stands out as a resoundingly important celebration of queerness

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The Glade at Sketch

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Serena Lee on Sustainable Living

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Party Through the Panic

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Gatekeeper

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The Talking Points for BFI Flare

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Sarap at the Sun & 13 Cantons

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Taking time off when you’re self-employed

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Keeping Tabs on Fintech

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Le Garrick: A piece of France that's been plucked out and placed in Covent Garden

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The Power Of Yoga

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Facebook, what are you up to?

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Culture To Ease Your Stress

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Recipe: Berber Frittata

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Declutter Your Life with The KonMari Method

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Momo: The Truth Behind the Hysteria

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Today’s Gems of South London’s Modern Art Scene

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We don't like Kricket, We love it

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Too Much Screen Time is Harming Your Health. Is It Time to Unplug?

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Creative Spaces

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Unfashionably Great

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Donnelly's may not be revolutionary but it's well worth a visit

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Tackling your Freelancing Fears

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Can AI Ever Take the Human Out of Human Resource

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THE 69th BERLINALE: RED EYES, DUDS AND SOUVENIRS

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With fine Franglaise cooking and an award winning wine list, Noble Rot certainly lives up to the hype

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Here’s Why Finding Time for That Workout Will Help You Focus at Work

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The Internet of Bodies

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Schmalentines

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£50 for a four course Michelin Starred lunch, did I hear you say?

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How the IoT is taking on older age and winning

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From Blockbuster to Blockbusters: The Meteoric rise of Netflix

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Let's go get some pizza!

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Making Sense of Making Tax Digital

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Poetry, Psychotherapy & Politics

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7 Easy Mindfulness Practices to Help You Kick Stress to the Kerb!

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6 Technology Trends for 2019, Other Than AI

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January resolutions are over, now it's time to treat yourself

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Be enveloped in the creative, Indian delights at Farzi Café

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Bitcoin: A currency for the future

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The 91st Academy Awards: How Hollywood Choked

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Struggling to stay meat free in January? COYA may just get you to the finish line

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2018 was another year that saw tablet sales fall - is it time for the Return of the Laptop?

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Move over Blue Monday. Let's Beat SAD.

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Bar Douro is basically a little bit of Lisbon with an SE postcode

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Netflix's Sex Education is awkward, funny and, most importantly, honest

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Listen Up, Freelancers! Here’s How to Stick to Your New Year’s Health Resolutions

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The Favourite is a Period Piece Like No Other

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If you like seafood, The Oystermen is an absolute must

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Luther's back with a vengeance

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Who let Lars Von Trier make The House That Jack Built?

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Neilson's Tell-Tale Heart is even more twisted than the original

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Best New Fashion 2018

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Best New Restaurants Openings of 2018

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The Best Theatre of 2018

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Best New TV of 2018

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Best New Art Exhibitions of 2018

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Best Albums of 2018

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The Best Films of 2018

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Berlin Based 032c Shows Magazines Can Do Apparel

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Brent Wadden at Pace Gallery Will Change the Way You Think About Weaving

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Robert Redford says goodbye in a way only he knows how

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Food for Freelancers: Bancone helps bring great pasta to London

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Spellbound is the scariest show you'll see this year

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Capitalist anti-capitalism with Joe Sweeney and Henry Holland

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The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel is like ice cream for the eyes

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True West showcases an excellent Kit Harrington in a subpar rendition

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Sorry To Bother You acts as a call to arms for everyone who hates their jobs

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More success for Off-White

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Food for Freelancers: Market Hall Victoria

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For some No Activity will have gone under the radar, but its a cop show like no other

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The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is Netflix's newest award contender, and a great addition to the Coen Brothers' filmography

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The Evolution of Jacky Tsai

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Food for Freelancers: Lentil Shepherd's Pie Recipe

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Fried Clothes for Days

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We didn't realise how much we missed Louis Theroux

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Anderson .Paak's new album Oxnard brings out summer vibes in the middle of a miserable day

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A Very Very Very Dark Matter is Very Very Very Weird

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Assassination Nation doesn't always get it right, but is a call to arms when it does

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Food for Freelancers: Hereford Road Restaurant

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Have A Good Time X Adidas unites one of the biggest brands in the world with one of the coolest

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boygenius shows how supergroups should be done

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Bridge of Clay and Brief Answers to the Big Questions

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A Bloody Visual Feast: Macbeth at The Barbican

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Food for Freelancers: Gourmet Goat

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Tania Bruguera forces consideration of Migration at the Turbine Hall

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Shoreditch Ski Club and the Move to Sustainable Fashion

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Netflix shows House of Cards doesn't need Spacey to Shine

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Milkman and How to Be Right... In a World Gone Wrong

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Audiobooks offers frantic feeling with Now! (in a minute)

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Widows shows that Steve McQueen can do pretty much everything

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Stories at The National shows potential before flopping

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Rachel Maclean at The Zabludowicz Collection combines art with tech to create something totally new

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Patta x Nike: Collaboration at its finest

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Food for Freelancers: Brasserie Zedel

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Borrowed 90's nostalgia: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

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Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far On Foot is Probably Not Gus Van Sant's Best

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The Wild Duck at The Almeida Theatre keeps Ibsen relevant

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I Object at the British Museum reminds us how to undermine authority

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Food for Freelancers: Lanzhou Noodle Bar

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The big time gets weird: Peacebird

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The Bisexual (Channel 4) carries on the success of Desiree Akhavan's webseries

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How the World Thinks and Unsheltered

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In Broken Politics, Neneh Cherry addresses the social issues of today

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First Man shows the human behind the human achievement

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The Trench at Southwark Playhouse is almost as disappointing as it is unnecessary

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69: The Fashion Brand For The Kid In All of Us

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Food for Freelancers: Sabor

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Matthew Weiner makes his streaming debut with The Romanoffs

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With Bottle It In, Kurt Vile adds to his already impressive discography

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The Finance Curse and Killing Commendatore

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Mandy is the perfect horror film for the swiftly approaching Halloween

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Wise Children at The Old Vic is one of the best adaptations we've seen so far this year

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Modern Couples at the Barbican is the perfect combination of art and love

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Food for Freelancers: Huel

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Eckhaus Latta brings commercial success to their brand

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Cary Joji Fukunaga’s Maniac is weird, but in the best ways

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Ultimate fun with PINK by CHAI

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Fear and Paradise Rot

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A Star is Born brings Lady Gaga to the big screen in a classic adaptation

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Mrs Dalloway at the Arcola

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