Brixton

20 Feb 19
Mr. Everything Furniture

This comfortable motion sofa is a fashionable showcase for any living room. It features plush, inviting cushions and nailhead-decorated armrests that appeal to everyone. High, flared seatbacks are soft and supportive. Easy-pull lever is built subtly into the side for quick reclining. Fashioned in buckskin leather-like material and handsome nailhead trim and contrast stitching that looks as good as it feels.

  • Piece: Motion Sofa W/Dropdown Table W/Drawer
  • Length: 88.5 in
  • Width: 88.5 in
  • Depth: 37.5 in
  • Height: 41 in
  • Seat Height: 20 in
  • Seat Depth: 21 in
  • Weight: 196 lbs
20 Feb 19
Mr. Everything Furniture

This glider loveseat combines sensational comfort and elegant styling. It includes bucket-style seats that have soft, overstuffed cushions and armrests. A center console between the seats is highlighted by two cup holders for convenience and enjoyment. An ergonomic lever is built into the side for reclining that’s quick and easy. Wrapped in buckskin leather-like material fashioned with detailed stitching and nailhead trim for a timeless, luxuriant look and feel.

  • Piece: Glider Motion Loveseat With Console
  • Length: 78 in
  • Width: 78 in
  • Depth: 37.5 in
  • Height: 41 in
  • Seat Height: 20 in
  • Seat Depth: 21 in
  • Weight: 187 lbs
20 Feb 19
Mr. Everything Furniture

This durable, stylish recliner is perfect for Sunday afternoon football or after-work downtime. It features a plush bucket-style seat relieves stress as soon as you sink into it. Wide armrests beckon elbows or the family cat to catch a quick rest. A nearly hidden lever that pulls easy for quick reclining blends seamlessly into the side. The chair comes finished in buckskin leather-like material with detailed stitching for charisma and distinction.

  • Piece: Glider Recliner
  • Length: 43 in
  • Width: 43 in
  • Depth: 37.5 in
  • Height: 41 in
  • Seat Height: 20 in
  • Seat Depth: 21 in
  • Weight: 88 lbs
19 Feb 19
Anne's Graphic Design Journal

What are main components to consider when creating a new brand? To be able to come up with our own brand and know how to advertise it effectively this workshop pointed out important facts to have in mind by looking at existing brands and analysing them. My group was told to research about EMIRATES and […]

19 Feb 19
afrow

  You know that Valentine’s Week in Vegas is going to be something rather special…   … especially special, when, through lively conversation, you find that you are seated next to a heartwarming couple, who have been married for 35 years, called Mr and Mrs Truelove!   I kid you not, dear friends!   Yes, yours truly, was […]

19 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
THE Wizard of Odds is confident he can conjure up some winners for Wednesday’s racing action. Our resident magic maestro is bringing you all the info you could wish for. TODAY’S FORM NAP Wonderful Charm (4.30 Doncaster) CLASS DROPPERS Prabeni (2.50 Doncaster) is down two classes and should run well. Barbill (3.45 Newcastle) drops from Listed class and won’t be far away. Champagne Well (4.10 Ludlow) has every chance at this lesser level. Wonderful Charm (4.30 Doncaster) is dropping from Class 2 to Class 6. King Robert (5.45 Chelmsford) is down to Class 4 today. [article-rail-section title=”latest in horse racing” posts_category=”21″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] BACKED LAST TIME Elysees Palace (2.00 Newcastle) was backed into 1-2 before finishing second last time. Flashing Glance (3.00 Ludlow) moved from 7-1 to 9-2 before finishing third latest. Champagne Well (4.10 Ludlow) dropped from 12-1 to 13-2 before finishing second last time. IN-FORM TRAINERS Charlie Appleby remains in excellent form and has American Graffiti (2.35 Newcastle). Nicky Henderson has been running at 42% winners in the past 14 days and has two at Doncaster — No Hiding Place (3.25) and Welsh Saint (5.00). [boxout headline=”Beaten Favourites”]BEATEN FAVOURITE IN PAST TWO RACES Elysees Palace (2.00 Newcastle) Quiet Endeavour (3.45 Newcastle) Quantum Of Solace (4.40 Ludlow) Lucky Deal (6.45 Chelmsford) Blame Culture (7.00 Wolver) Eye Of The Water (7.30 Wolver) [/boxout] COLD TRAINERS (runners since last win) Mrs S Lewis 88 runs Miss S Davies 61 TOP TEAMS Clifford Lee rides 75% winners for David Thompson and they team up with Dirchill (4.50 Newcastle) David Probert rides 67% winner for Johnny Farrelly and they have Lady Makfi (6.00 Wolver) RETURNING HEROES Comber Mill won the 3.00 at Ludlow last year from 2lb lower in the weights Gallipoli was second in the 3.10 at Newcastle from 2lb lower Captain Bucks was second in the 3.35 at Ludlow from 7lb higher Murdanova won the 7.00 at Wolver from the same handicap mark [article-rail-section title=”latest in horse racing” posts_category=”21″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] ONLY LAST-TIME WINNER IN THE RACE Prabeni (2.50 Doncaster) Trigger Nichol  (3.35 Ludlow) Deep Intrigue (3.45 Newcastle) Master Diver (4.20 Newcastle) Porrima  (4.50 Newcastle) Regulation  (5.10 Ludlow) Key To Power (5.15 Chelmsford City) Picks Pinta (5.30 Wolverhampton) Gentlemen (5.45 Chelmsford City) The British Lion  (7.45 Chelmsford City) Foxy Lady (8.00 Wolverhampton) Precision Prince  (8.15 Chelmsford City) ONLY COURSE AND DISTANCE WINNER IN RACE Uhlan Bute (3.35 Ludlow) You Never Can Tell (3.45 Newcastle) Compton Prince (5.30 Wolver) Channel Packet (7.45 Chelmsford City) Chakrii (8.15 Chelmsford City) [bc_video video_id=”5982024738001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Trio of budding Brixton riders taken on tour of Warren Greatrex’s yard “]
19 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
THE Wizard of Odds is confident he can conjure up some winners for Wednesday’s racing action. Our resident magic maestro is bringing you all the info you could wish for. TODAY’S FORM NAP Wonderful Charm (4.30 Doncaster) CLASS DROPPERS Prabeni (2.50 Doncaster) is down two classes and should run well. Barbill (3.45 Newcastle) drops from Listed class and won’t be far away. Champagne Well (4.10 Ludlow) has every chance at this lesser level. Wonderful Charm (4.30 Doncaster) is dropping from Class 2 to Class 6. King Robert (5.45 Chelmsford) is down to Class 4 today. [article-rail-section title=”latest in horse racing” posts_category=”419″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] BACKED LAST TIME Elysees Palace (2.00 Newcastle) was backed into 1-2 before finishing second last time. Flashing Glance (3.00 Ludlow) moved from 7-1 to 9-2 before finishing third latest. Champagne Well (4.10 Ludlow) dropped from 12-1 to 13-2 before finishing second last time. IN-FORM TRAINERS Charlie Appleby remains in excellent form and has American Graffiti (2.35 Newcastle). Nicky Henderson has been running at 42% winners in the past 14 days and has two at Doncaster — No Hiding Place (3.25) and Welsh Saint (5.00). [boxout headline=”Beaten Favourites”]BEATEN FAVOURITE IN PAST TWO RACES Elysees Palace (2.00 Newcastle) Quiet Endeavour (3.45 Newcastle) Quantum Of Solace (4.40 Ludlow) Lucky Deal (6.45 Chelmsford) Blame Culture (7.00 Wolver) Eye Of The Water (7.30 Wolver) [/boxout] COLD TRAINERS (runners since last win) Mrs S Lewis 88 runs Miss S Davies 61 TOP TEAMS Clifford Lee rides 75% winners for David Thompson and they team up with Dirchill (4.50 Newcastle) David Probert rides 67% winner for Johnny Farrelly and they have Lady Makfi (6.00 Wolver) RETURNING HEROES Comber Mill won the 3.00 at Ludlow last year from 2lb lower in the weights Gallipoli was second in the 3.10 at Newcastle from 2lb lower Captain Bucks was second in the 3.35 at Ludlow from 7lb higher Murdanova won the 7.00 at Wolver from the same handicap mark [article-rail-section title=”latest in horse racing” posts_category=”419″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] ONLY LAST-TIME WINNER IN THE RACE Prabeni (2.50 Doncaster) Trigger Nichol  (3.35 Ludlow) Deep Intrigue (3.45 Newcastle) Master Diver (4.20 Newcastle) Porrima  (4.50 Newcastle) Regulation  (5.10 Ludlow) Key To Power (5.15 Chelmsford City) Picks Pinta (5.30 Wolverhampton) Gentlemen (5.45 Chelmsford City) The British Lion  (7.45 Chelmsford City) Foxy Lady (8.00 Wolverhampton) Precision Prince  (8.15 Chelmsford City) ONLY COURSE AND DISTANCE WINNER IN RACE Uhlan Bute (3.35 Ludlow) You Never Can Tell (3.45 Newcastle) Compton Prince (5.30 Wolver) Channel Packet (7.45 Chelmsford City) Chakrii (8.15 Chelmsford City) [bc_video video_id=”5982024738001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Trio of budding Brixton riders taken on tour of Warren Greatrex’s yard “]
19 Feb 19
The Sun
THE Wizard of Odds is confident he can conjure up some winners for Wednesday’s racing action. Our resident magic maestro is bringing you all the info you could wish for. TODAY’S FORM NAP Wonderful Charm (4.30 Doncaster) CLASS DROPPERS Prabeni (2.50 Doncaster) is down two classes and should run well. Barbill (3.45 Newcastle) drops from Listed class and won’t be far away. Champagne Well (4.10 Ludlow) has every chance at this lesser level. Wonderful Charm (4.30 Doncaster) is dropping from Class 2 to Class 6. King Robert (5.45 Chelmsford) is down to Class 4 today. [article-rail-section title=”latest in horse racing” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] BACKED LAST TIME Elysees Palace (2.00 Newcastle) was backed into 1-2 before finishing second last time. Flashing Glance (3.00 Ludlow) moved from 7-1 to 9-2 before finishing third latest. Champagne Well (4.10 Ludlow) dropped from 12-1 to 13-2 before finishing second last time. IN-FORM TRAINERS Charlie Appleby remains in excellent form and has American Graffiti (2.35 Newcastle). Nicky Henderson has been running at 42% winners in the past 14 days and has two at Doncaster — No Hiding Place (3.25) and Welsh Saint (5.00). [boxout headline=”Beaten Favourites”]BEATEN FAVOURITE IN PAST TWO RACES Elysees Palace (2.00 Newcastle) Quiet Endeavour (3.45 Newcastle) Quantum Of Solace (4.40 Ludlow) Lucky Deal (6.45 Chelmsford) Blame Culture (7.00 Wolver) Eye Of The Water (7.30 Wolver) [/boxout] COLD TRAINERS (runners since last win) Mrs S Lewis 88 runs Miss S Davies 61 TOP TEAMS Clifford Lee rides 75% winners for David Thompson and they team up with Dirchill (4.50 Newcastle) David Probert rides 67% winner for Johnny Farrelly and they have Lady Makfi (6.00 Wolver) RETURNING HEROES Comber Mill won the 3.00 at Ludlow last year from 2lb lower in the weights Gallipoli was second in the 3.10 at Newcastle from 2lb lower Captain Bucks was second in the 3.35 at Ludlow from 7lb higher Murdanova won the 7.00 at Wolver from the same handicap mark [article-rail-section title=”latest in horse racing” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] ONLY LAST-TIME WINNER IN THE RACE Prabeni (2.50 Doncaster) Trigger Nichol  (3.35 Ludlow) Deep Intrigue (3.45 Newcastle) Master Diver (4.20 Newcastle) Porrima  (4.50 Newcastle) Regulation  (5.10 Ludlow) Key To Power (5.15 Chelmsford City) Picks Pinta (5.30 Wolverhampton) Gentlemen (5.45 Chelmsford City) The British Lion  (7.45 Chelmsford City) Foxy Lady (8.00 Wolverhampton) Precision Prince  (8.15 Chelmsford City) ONLY COURSE AND DISTANCE WINNER IN RACE Uhlan Bute (3.35 Ludlow) You Never Can Tell (3.45 Newcastle) Compton Prince (5.30 Wolver) Channel Packet (7.45 Chelmsford City) Chakrii (8.15 Chelmsford City) [bc_video video_id=”5982024738001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Trio of budding Brixton riders taken on tour of Warren Greatrex’s yard “]
19 Feb 19
Rock Your Lyrics

How do you usually write the lyrics of your songs? I normally write them over time in a note book I have. I like to have it physically written out most of the time. I wouldn’t say I struggle but I don’t like to rush lyrics, I’ve always thought they are the most personal part […]

19 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
PRESENTING PERCY is rated 50-50 to have a late Cheltenham prep run in Saturday’s BetVictor Bobbyjo Chase. Despite the Fairyhouse contest coming just 20 days before the Magners Gold Cup owner Philip Reynolds revealed the race is under serious consideration. Presenting Percy skipped an intended run at Gowran Park on Saturday Pat Kelly’s star missed last weekend’s Red Mills Chase at Gowran Park due to the ground opening up the prospect of him heading to Cheltenham with just one run – a hurdles win last month – under his belt this season. Reynolds said: “He’s absolutely terrific – kicking the boards. In great shape. “We could’ve run him last weekend and we may run him this weekend. Every bit of rain we get helps. I’d say it’s 50-50 whether he’ll run of not. “I don’t want to say anything negative about the ground in Gowran but it was raced on two-and-a-half weeks earlier and they don’t have an opportunity to move the fences. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST IN RACING” posts_category=”21″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] “The ground on that day was probably as bad a ground as we’ve had all year. It had been filled with sand and rolled over. “We just decided to be ultra-careful.” Presenting Percy’s Gowran Hurdles win is his only run since bolting up in the RSA Chase at last year’s Cheltenham Festival. He’s been ante-post favourite for the Gold Cup virtually ever since and now tops Ladbrokes’ betting at 11-4. King George hero Clan Des Obeaux is a 4-1 shot with last year’s Gold Cup winner Native River on 5s. SUMMER TIME Supreme hero Summerville Boy could bid for glory in Aintree Hurdle If Presenting Percy doesn’t take in what is traditionally a National trial at Fairyhouse on Saturday it will be a most unusual preparation for Cheltenham’s greatest prize. But Kelly is an unusual trainer. He never gives interviews and owners keen to take advantage of his talents are batted away like Geoff Boycott in his pomp. It’s the horses at his Co Galway yard that do the talking and Presenting Percy might just get a chance to speak up this weekend. If he doesn’t the silence is likely to prompt questions about his chances of Gold Cup glory with so little recent match practice. They are questions sure to go unanswered, from his trainer anyway. [bc_video video_id=”5982024738001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Trio of budding Brixton riders taken on tour of Warren Greatrex’s yard “]
19 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
PRESENTING PERCY is rated 50-50 to have a late Cheltenham prep run in Saturday’s BetVictor Bobbyjo Chase. Despite the Fairyhouse contest coming just 20 days before the Magners Gold Cup owner Philip Reynolds revealed the race is under serious consideration. Presenting Percy skipped an intended run at Gowran Park on Saturday Pat Kelly’s star missed last weekend’s Red Mills Chase at Gowran Park due to the ground opening up the prospect of him heading to Cheltenham with just one run – a hurdles win last month – under his belt this season. Reynolds said: “He’s absolutely terrific – kicking the boards. In great shape. “We could’ve run him last weekend and we may run him this weekend. Every bit of rain we get helps. I’d say it’s 50-50 whether he’ll run of not. “I don’t want to say anything negative about the ground in Gowran but it was raced on two-and-a-half weeks earlier and they don’t have an opportunity to move the fences. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST IN RACING” posts_category=”419″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] “The ground on that day was probably as bad a ground as we’ve had all year. It had been filled with sand and rolled over. “We just decided to be ultra-careful.” Presenting Percy’s Gowran Hurdles win is his only run since bolting up in the RSA Chase at last year’s Cheltenham Festival. He’s been ante-post favourite for the Gold Cup virtually ever since and now tops Ladbrokes’ betting at 11-4. King George hero Clan Des Obeaux is a 4-1 shot with last year’s Gold Cup winner Native River on 5s. SUMMER TIME Supreme hero Summerville Boy could bid for glory in Aintree Hurdle If Presenting Percy doesn’t take in what is traditionally a National trial at Fairyhouse on Saturday it will be a most unusual preparation for Cheltenham’s greatest prize. But Kelly is an unusual trainer. He never gives interviews and owners keen to take advantage of his talents are batted away like Geoff Boycott in his pomp. It’s the horses at his Co Galway yard that do the talking and Presenting Percy might just get a chance to speak up this weekend. If he doesn’t the silence is likely to prompt questions about his chances of Gold Cup glory with so little recent match practice. They are questions sure to go unanswered, from his trainer anyway. [bc_video video_id=”5982024738001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Trio of budding Brixton riders taken on tour of Warren Greatrex’s yard “]
19 Feb 19
Fresh Chords

For any traditional indie music fans out there, these are four lesser-known music venues in London that you need to check out next time you’re looking for a gig to attend. The Windmill, Brixton This Brixton based pub/music venue is one of our smaller picks, with a capacity of just 150. It will take you […]

19 Feb 19
The Sun
PRESENTING PERCY is rated 50-50 to have a late Cheltenham prep run in Saturday’s BetVictor Bobbyjo Chase. Despite the Fairyhouse contest coming just 20 days before the Magners Gold Cup owner Philip Reynolds revealed the race is under serious consideration. Presenting Percy skipped an intended run at Gowran Park on Saturday Pat Kelly’s star missed last weekend’s Red Mills Chase at Gowran Park due to the ground opening up the prospect of him heading to Cheltenham with just one run – a hurdles win last month – under his belt this season. Reynolds said: “He’s absolutely terrific – kicking the boards. In great shape. “We could’ve run him last weekend and we may run him this weekend. Every bit of rain we get helps. I’d say it’s 50-50 whether he’ll run of not. “I don’t want to say anything negative about the ground in Gowran but it was raced on two-and-a-half weeks earlier and they don’t have an opportunity to move the fences. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST IN RACING” posts_category=”343″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] “The ground on that day was probably as bad a ground as we’ve had all year. It had been filled with sand and rolled over. “We just decided to be ultra-careful.” Presenting Percy’s Gowran Hurdles win is his only run since bolting up in the RSA Chase at last year’s Cheltenham Festival. He’s been ante-post favourite for the Gold Cup virtually ever since and now tops Ladbrokes’ betting at 11-4. King George hero Clan Des Obeaux is a 4-1 shot with last year’s Gold Cup winner Native River on 5s. SUMMER TIME Supreme hero Summerville Boy could bid for glory in Aintree Hurdle If Presenting Percy doesn’t take in what is traditionally a National trial at Fairyhouse on Saturday it will be a most unusual preparation for Cheltenham’s greatest prize. But Kelly is an unusual trainer. He never gives interviews and owners keen to take advantage of his talents are batted away like Geoff Boycott in his pomp. It’s the horses at his Co Galway yard that do the talking and Presenting Percy might just get a chance to speak up this weekend. If he doesn’t the silence is likely to prompt questions about his chances of Gold Cup glory with so little recent match practice. They are questions sure to go unanswered, from his trainer anyway. [bc_video video_id=”5982024738001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Trio of budding Brixton riders taken on tour of Warren Greatrex’s yard “]
19 Feb 19
Everybody Loves Raywood

Ok I introduced the drill in the previous blog, and so here is the second episode of BBC Radio 2’s Blood on the Tracks with my answers in place Episode two was another of the pilot episodes, and featured Fleur East, Kriss Akabusi, Shaun Ryder and Russell Kane. Favourite Manchester song – I remember thinking […]

19 Feb 19
National Post

Vegan cheese is the subject of controversy in Canada and across the pond