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Life drawing: why is adult animation bigger than ever?

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It’s hard to say when it happened, but somewhere in the past five or so years, anime got so entrenched in the mainstream that articles announcing this development as a new discovery are inevitably mocked online for th...

Gary Paulsen, author of young adult adventure Hatchet, dies at age 82

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Gary Paulsen, the American author of young adult fiction who taught millions of children wilderness skills through novels such as Hatchet, Dogsong and The Winter Room, è morto all'età di 82. His publisher said on ...

Adult fans of Lego: tell about the builds you’re proudest of

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Are you an Adult Fan of Lego (AFOL)? We would like to hear why you enjoy it so much, and what you like to build. You can send us pictures of the builds you’re most proud of below. You can get in touch by filling in t...

Young adult books round-up – review

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One of the standout young adult series of the past 20 years reaches its conclusion in Malorie Blackman’s Endgame (Penguin, £7.99). The series began in 2001 with Noughts & Crosses and, six novels and three novellas...

There is no destination called adult. Adulthood is a scam, a lie, a myth

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When I was a child, I longed to be an adult. For my 10th birthday, I demanded a cake in the shape of a 10, delighted to be an age that was two digits rather than one. Adults had freedom to do what they wanted; not lik...

OnlyFans to ban adult material after pressure from payment processors

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OnlyFans, the subscriber-only website synonymous with pornography, has announced it will ban adult material from the site after pressure from its payment processors. The company will continue to allow some posts conta...

I’m bracing myself for some adult orthodontics

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Required or not, I love wearing my face mask. I love it for the security it gives vulnerable people; for the anonymity it provides; for the floral smell of my moisturiser, which it keeps in my nostrils even when the s...

Lego aims to woo adult superfans with instore ‘storytelling tables’

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Lego is to create “storytelling tables” at its stores for adult superfans where they can have virtual meetings with set creators and pore over early product designs and prototypes. Adult brick fans, called AFOLs (adul...

Adult social care services face ‘deluge’ of requests for support

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Adult social care services are facing a “deluge” of requests for support from vulnerable and older people as society starts to open up after the pandemic, according to council care chiefs in England. There has been a ...

Dicci: what do you think of government proposals to introduce adult student loans?

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The government is planning to set up student loans that will be open to adults of all ages, and can be used at any time in life, it was announced in the Queen’s Speech. A ‘Lifelong Loan Entitlement’ would replace the ...

Secret Service extension for Trump’s adult children cost $140,000 in a month

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Donald Trump’s adult children reportedly cost taxpayers $140,000 in Secret Service security in the month after the clan’s patriarch left the White House in January. Ordinarily, family members of a president lose thei...

Adult education, mental health and democracy

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Your leader rightly deplores the severe reductions in adult education and part-time learning provision in recent years (The Guardian view on adult education: bring back evening classes, 21 marzo). This has numerous ne...

The Guardian view on adult education: bring back evening classes

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Something important has been lost in Britain: fra 2009 e 2017, the number of part-time students in higher education fell by 53%. Where once there was a thriving culture of colleges, courses and evening classes, ...