The Hunna – 4th April 2019 – Newcastle O2 Academy By Gordon Armstrong (G’s Gig Shots) In my last review of The Hunna I told of how I’d been blown away from the very first time I’d seen them by the strength of their fan base and tonight just reinforced that. These current dates are […]
This show is adorable and I love it so much so far! Park Min-young is aces as a professional fan girl who has to keep her private life secret because she is a well respected, though low paid, curator at a museum. The first two episodes where zippy and introduced us to “Her Private Life” in a very believable way to me. We have a summary of episode 1-2 below and we also live-ish recapped episode three, which is under the summary.
Westley Heights Wander, a social walk organised by the Essex & Herts group of the LDWA – Sunday 7 April 2019. The walk includes byways, footpaths and both fields and field edges. It is a circular walk (anticlockwise) of almost 18 miles in length, including a total ascent of nearly 1000 feet, and starts from Westley […]
“But no matter the destruction, the spirit of what it means to be a cathedral can and does survive such catastrophes.” Becky Clark, Church of England director of cathedrals and church buildings, April 17, 2019 The destruction of the sacred will engender moving responses. But the scope, and the particularity of that response varies. The […]
This nine-chapter novella is the first of two stories set in between the periods of Stranger Things: The College Years and Stranger Things: The New Generation. I advise reading those stories, as well as the third in that trilogy, Stranger Things: World’s End, before reading this one, which is supplementary and does not involve the […]
Early Europeans used binary categorization—or dividing things into two, often opposing, categories—to comprehend the complex notion of race: For them, race was simply a matter of white and non-white. This method of comprehension had its obvious shortcomings, since this binary distinction of race served as the foundation of white supremacy and everything else. Nowadays, although […]
It’s the story of a world without women, who are vanishing into mysterious cocoons. Needless to say, things don’t go well with only men left to deal with the situation. Now Sleeping Beauties is potentially headed to television as AMC has ordered a pilot script for the novel co-written by Stephen King and his son […]
Reflection: The first few points I noted were in relation to the timing of this essay being sent to my tutor and needing to send over the coursework material as well as the assignment, which was resolved. I was able to incorporate elements in to the essay such as Harvard referencing and my previous trip […]
Lenin hails a cab in New York, from the “Monumental Propaganda/Lenin’s Tomb” series, 1993 Komar & Melamid They describe Andy Warhol as a complete idiot and liken the abstractions of Gerhard Richter (one of the most bankable living artists in the world) to what an animal would produce if a brush were placed in its […]
Legendary independent record label Kill Rock Stars have launched a podcast miniseries celebrating the 25th anniversary of Potty Mouth – the seminal album of Bratmobile. Separated into five bite-sized parts, Girl Germs charts the musical journey of Allison Wolfe, Erin Smith and Molly Neuman, who came together during the early days of Riot Grrrl – the underground feminist punk movement that defined much of the DIY music scene of the 90s.
Pia. A friend of mine from the early days at uni; we used to hang out around mutual friends and art galleries. She is beautiful, individual, creative, Bohemian. But, she really is beautiful. No matter how she dyes her hair, what makeup she wears, how androgynous or daring she creates herself to be, one cannot […]