When it comes to culture, we’re interested in lots of it… music, art, sport, and most of all, food.

Here’s what we’re into this week:


1) Breaking the Fast | Food52

 

This Wednesday marked the beginning of Yom Kippur – and on Sunday, families and friends will join together to break the fast, feast style. Looking for different ways to dig in? Food52 asked its readers how they break the fast, and came up with some great ideas to inspire your Sunday festivities.

2) What Lunchtime at Food52 Looks Like (& Our Best Tips) | Food52

 

Office lunches can sometimes be (okay, they usually are) a drag; why not try to revive your weekly lunch? Food52 has graciously laid out for us their lunches for some ‘foodspiration,’ as well as some tips and tricks to changing up mediocre lunchtime meals. A few of our faves: Put an egg on it, plan your meals in advance, and, when all else fails, Peanut Butter Spoon.

3) A $1,000 Day in London for $100 | New York Times

 

Ever wish you could plan a day fit for a king and actually live it, without leaving a huge dent in your wallet? NYT Travel contributor Seth Kugel set out to live a $1,000 day in London for only $100, or close to that. There’s still PLENTY of great stuff packed in there, even on a budget. This is our kind of travel.

4) 17 Things You Must Do in DC This Fall | Thrillist

 

It’s officially fall: that means falling leaves, sweaters, and a TON of events in the city! From arts and crafts fairs (we’re pumped for Crafty Bastards) to beerfests, there is never a lack of activities to do (including some free ones).

5) More than half of the world’s population is still offline | Mashable

 

According to the United Nations Broadband Commission’s most recent findings, and perhaps much to our disbelief, it seems that 57% of the world’s population does not use the internet actively. This means that there are 4 billion people out there not using the internet due to many factors, such as language, access, and poverty. Who else is ready to cut back on the aimless Instagram scrolling now?