Yo Zushi is a contributing writer for the New Statesman. His latest album, It Never Entered My Mind, is out now on Eidola Records and is on Spotify here.
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Like Happy Days, it was a period comedy – but dumb teenage boredom feels the same in any era.
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Picasso, missing nipples and how we relate to other species.
He achieved his underdog’s moment at the top, even if that top wasn’t quite the summit.
Leonard Nimoy's parenthood comedy, 30 years on.
In a country where most homes are torn down after just 25 years, architecture is well placed to tell the national story.