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IN PICTURES: Weekend wrap

The International Day of Older Persons was celebrated this week around the world. Credits: : Eetu Ahanen

The Finnish food industry is making sure customers are bulking up for the cold winter months, as music and film gain international audiences. Discover the past seven days in lifestyle and entertainment from a Finnish perspective.

Looking for comfort food? We’ve got you covered with this list of guilty-pleasure cuisine. (Photo: 3 Friends) Read our Five for Friday

Fafa’s is ready to pit-a smile (and some hummus) on Londoners’ faces. (Photo: Finnish Film Foundation) Read our Daily Brief

Zaida Bergroth is known for her complex female characters, and the lead in Maria’s Paradise is no expection. (Photo: Sami Kuokkanen) Read The Moveable Fest’s interview

Helsinki’s new initiative lets people dock in to the city, and all its functions, as a service. (Photo: Jussi Hellsten) Read Archinect’s article

In addition to existential discussions, saunas are now found to promote cardiovascular health, a study says. (Photo: Sanna Kaesmae/Uusi Sauna) Read TTG’s story

Wolt is delivering on its internationalisation bid, opening up operations in Split, Croatia. (Photo: Wolt) Read Total Croatia News’ article

Cuitu is comfortable for body and mind through ecologically sourced raw materials. (Photo: Cuitu) Read our feature

Jaakko Eino Kalevi has just put out a mini album with a big message. (Photo: Wolt) Read Under the Radar’s article

The tacit sentimentalism of Finnish men, found in the documentary Steam of Life, is bound to grip Japanese audiences this fall. (Photo: Finnish Film Foundation) Read our Daily Brief

The pristine Finnish archipelago turns into a painting during autumn foliage. (Photo: Yiping Feng and Ling Ouyang) Read TTG’s story

By: Samuli Ojala
04.10.2019