Is Alcohol consumption more common in the West the set islamic states?

It is known to believe that there is a large alcohol consumption in the western world many ask why is this why is there such a higher percentage of alcohol consumption in certain parts of the world especially around the European side. Well due to the relatively great size of drinking cultures in the west…read more

News Patch St Judes Questioning Judgements

By Angela Ansari St Jude’s Primary School located in Herne Hill is questioning student and parent judgements. Outside the school gates lies an abandoned park not many people go to it, located right next to an old grimy council flat. Over the past few months the local park has been known to attract drug and…read more

30 countries at 30

As her eyes close up in the sky she jets away to travel the world, backpacking through the safaris in Africa to climbing the world’s tallest mountain in the Himalayas. Exploring each corner of the world and now here as a storyteller. Nadia Baksh a council worker working as an awareness officer in women’s rights….read more

A True Moroccan Feel at Al Andalous (Review)

By Angela Ansari, 24th December 2016 I have always dreamed of going to morocco I stayed in Marrakesh for 4 nights at the hotel El Andalous. It was truly a dream come true. As I arrived in the hotel lobby my eyes immediately focused on the beautiful interior of the hotels mosaic theme. I booked…read more

Creig David Review

R&B singer and songwriter Craig David releases new song All We Need for children’s in need. the official trailer is out and starts the opening scene in a room with natural sun light beaming from the windows, followed by an orchestra of violinists and a pianist. The lyrics to the song and the softness in…read more

Rwanda Portraits

Photographer Pieter Hugo collected portraits published in the New York Times, of Perpetrators and victims of the 1994 genocide in Rawanda, A series of unfortunate events. This specific portrait stood out to me the most, Jean Pierre Karenzi (perpertarator on the left) and Viviane Nyiramana (suvivor). This portrait to me shows the depth of emotion…read more

Is Alcohol consumption more common in the West the set islamic states?

It is known to believe that there is a large alcohol consumption in the western world many ask why is this why is there such a higher percentage of alcohol consumption in certain parts of the world especially around the European side. Well due to the relatively great size of drinking cultures in the west…read more

News Patch St Judes Questioning Judgements

By Angela Ansari St Jude’s Primary School located in Herne Hill is questioning student and parent judgements. Outside the school gates lies an abandoned park not many people go to it, located right next to an old grimy council flat. Over the past few months the local park has been known to attract drug and…read more

30 countries at 30

As her eyes close up in the sky she jets away to travel the world, backpacking through the safaris in Africa to climbing the world’s tallest mountain in the Himalayas. Exploring each corner of the world and now here as a storyteller. Nadia Baksh a council worker working as an awareness officer in women’s rights….read more

A True Moroccan Feel at Al Andalous (Review)

By Angela Ansari, 24th December 2016 I have always dreamed of going to morocco I stayed in Marrakesh for 4 nights at the hotel El Andalous. It was truly a dream come true. As I arrived in the hotel lobby my eyes immediately focused on the beautiful interior of the hotels mosaic theme. I booked…read more

Creig David Review

R&B singer and songwriter Craig David releases new song All We Need for children’s in need. the official trailer is out and starts the opening scene in a room with natural sun light beaming from the windows, followed by an orchestra of violinists and a pianist. The lyrics to the song and the softness in…read more

Rwanda Portraits

Photographer Pieter Hugo collected portraits published in the New York Times, of Perpetrators and victims of the 1994 genocide in Rawanda, A series of unfortunate events. This specific portrait stood out to me the most, Jean Pierre Karenzi (perpertarator on the left) and Viviane Nyiramana (suvivor). This portrait to me shows the depth of emotion…read more