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A new lottery has launched to support artists and live music venues The Music Lotto will use profits to nurture musicians and the venues they play in. It’s the UK’s first culture-focused lottery Arts Culture Economics Society
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Just what the doctor ordered: five unusual social prescribing projects Doctors are increasingly prescribing activities to help boost public health. Here are some of the more unusual prescriptions Health Society Wellbeing
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Heard the one about comedy courses for people with trauma? Standup comic Angie Belcher has developed a prescription comedy course to help people recover from trauma Arts Body & Mind Health Society Wellbeing
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What went right this week: a basic income for artists, plus more positive news Ireland launched a basic income for artists, electric cars reached a milestone, and scientists discovered coral reef sanctuaries, plus more Arts Culture Education Environment Science Society
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Three good things: city tours from eye-opening perspectives As the world opens up again, people are daring to dream of travelling. These tours offer alternative perspectives Arts Culture Society Travel
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Five life-affirming words we should bring back into use Breathing new life into hope-giving words might help to cultivate happiness and boost wellbeing, writes Sara Pons-Sanz Arts Culture Perspective Society Wellbeing
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