It had taken me about two days to understand the grid of Manhattan: its Streets, Avenues, Upper, Lower, East and West and how they intersect. I had gotten lost too many times. Finally, I could visualise the Island and navigate my way around it with some success. I began to appreciate why a yellow cab...Read More
Halloween, or All Hallows Eve, as it was once called, will soon be upon us and over the years, since it first made its modern day debut in the UK, it has come to pass that this is one holiday that seems to divide camps. Strictly speaking there are those who will be revelling in...Read More
I’ve never believed in God as such, but when I was younger and felt that my life was awful I used to blame an unseen higher force for all my woes. It was easier to have something to aim all my anger at, to assign every misfortune, mistake and problem to a person or being...Read More
Yesterday we said goodbye to Prince, a music legend and truly one of a kind. In what is becoming a sort of trend in 2016 we witness the wake of someone who lived their life in the spotlight; unusual and exposed. Rocking his platforms and flared bright white trousers Prince did not come onto the...Read More
“Annie Leibovitz captures women in all our human variety and idiosyncrasy, simplicity and artifice, bravery and fear, creativity of mind as well as womb; in other words, in all our humanity. No notion as limited as gender can account for all the truths in this exhibit.” – Gloria Steinem There aren’t many people that could...Read More
Growing up as a part of the creative community, I often wondered why so many people refuse to accept different genres of art and prefer to stick to the classics. Being a lover of pop art, abstracts and surrealism, I was amazed at other people’s ignorance of modern artistic brilliance. It is traditionally thought that...Read More
One thing you must do if you find yourself in Vietnam’s capital city is to visit the War Remnants Museum. Located in district three of Ho Chi Minh, the museum contains several exhibits relating to the Vietnam War. I have always enjoyed history but had very little knowledge on the war that took place between...Read More
The inmates of Litchfield Penitentiary are back for a new season and if you haven’t binge watched the whole series on Netflix by now then you have some serious catching up to do! If you are new to Orange Is the New Black, the show centres around events of a women’s prison and is based on...Read More
Of all the countries listed to visit while on my travels Vietnam intrigued me the most. Before I set off I knew little to nothing of Vietnam or the Vietnamese culture. I was aware of the war with America from brief references in movies and literature and I believed they ate Pho because London has...Read More
Since it’s conception in 2005 YouTube has become one of the most used websites on the internet – giving it’s users free access to everything from music, how-to videos, trailers, vlogs and more funny cat videos than you could ever hope to watch…believe me I’ve tried. But the last few years has seen a rise...Read More
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