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Authors Joel Kotkin and Alan Berger contend that suburbia is making a comeback. While many experts a decade ago believed the suburbs were destined to shrink at the expense of the urban core, shifting migratory patterns and generational attitudes have made the suburbs attractive once again.
On November 18, young adults nationwide celebrated “Friendsgiving,” a pre-Thanksgiving get-together that Millennials have turned into a time-honored tradition. The pseudo-holiday is a natural fit for a generation that loves to socialize and is largely unattached.
A growing body of research finds a correlation between the rise of dating apps and recent regional spikes in STD prevalence. As a result, health advocates are calling on “hookup culture” companies like Tinder to take a greater stake in espousing the benefits of safe sex.
On average, Millennials spend $183 on Halloween candy, costumes, and decorations—compared to $70 for Xers and $23 for Boomers. Whether it’s Halloween or “Friendsgiving,” Millennials can’t pass up an opportunity to turn a holiday into a shared experience with friends.
Millennials and social-media mavens are painting their walls white to make their home interiors look better on Instagram and amass more followers. While white walls may be popular from an aesthetic standpoint, they also might be the only option for young renters with strict leases.