Whitbread

20 Feb 19
The Cheeky Vegan

This morning I’m waking up in Spain, since the beginning of my trip the plan was to leave Portugal around March to head across Europe as the weather would be warmer by then, however with the possibility of visiting Morocco becoming possible for all of March it was time to pack up and cross the […]

20 Feb 19
At the BookShelf

Sarah Lawson Welsh, York St John University Prize-winning British novelist Andrea Levy, who died on February 14, will be remembered affectionately for raising awareness of black British writing and the closely intertwined histories of Britain and the Caribbean more than any other British writer of recent times (save perhaps Zadie Smith). In a career spanning […]

20 Feb 19
Homebrew Finds

MoreBeer’s Hop Market features short run, rotating deep discounts on hops. As of this posting, the Hop Market has WGV pellet hops for just $9.99 per lb.  That saves you a whopping $20 per lb!  Selection and price varies and can change quickly.  Shipping is free to most US addresses with a qualifying $59 order. The Hop Market! […]

19 Feb 19
Brewstock Homebrew Supplies

A mildly malty and slightly fruity fermentation profile. It is less tart and dry than Wyeast 1098 British Ale. With good flocculation characteristics, this yeast clears well without filtration. Low fermentation temperatures will produce a clean finish with a very low ester profile. MEDIUM – HIGH FLOCCULATION 68 – 72 ATTENUATION 64 – 75 TEMPERATURE […]

19 Feb 19
Sage at Age UK Leeds and Yorkshire MESMAC

ANNE LISTER PLAQUE Holy Trinity Church, Goodramgate the second unveiling The newly reworded plaque at Holy Trinity Goodramgate will be unveiled on Thursday 28th February as a grand finale to York LGBT History Month. The plaque steering group consulted on the wording with Anne Lister biographers including Helena Whitbread, who has spent over 30 years […]

19 Feb 19
Liz Hall-Downs

Header Photo:  ‘Apples and Snakes: Raw and Biting Cabaret Poetry’, Pluto Press, London, 1984;  ‘In the Pink: the Raving Beauties Choose Poems From the Show and Many More’, The Women’s Press, London, 1983. A year ago I had a very nuanced and worthwhile discussion online with the British Poet Gary Longden. Gary had responded to a […]