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Is Luke Cage The Hero We’ve Been Asking For?

Marvel fans around the globe have had a lot to shout about recently: a new Spider-Man joining the Avengers, Jon Berthnal finally doing the Punisher character some justice, but the news that got many excited was the potential for a Defenders TV series on Netflix in 2013. Since that date, we’ve had Charlie Cox boss it as Daredevil, a character ...

David Bowie still remembered

Since the passing of the Starman earlier this year, thousands of tributes have been paid to the late singer by fans and artists all around the world. 9 months after the loss of one of the most influential artists of all time, a free exhibition has opened its doors in the area of Brixton in London where the artist was ...

The Amalfi Coast, the alternative way

Crystal clear waters, jaw dropping cliffs, spectacular scenery…the Amalfi Coast in Italy fits every holiday cliche you could imagine. Despite this, it really is stunning.

6 Things To Avoid in NYC (& What To Do Instead)

Ditch those bulky guide books and consider one of these alternatives to exploring New York City instead.
Avoid The Subway, Bus and Yellow Taxis

If you’re gonna take a yellow Taxi from JFK just to go over the Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan then so be it but if you just want to experience the Subway for the sake of experiencing the Subway you’ll be gagging for air by the time you exit. It smells and it’s incredibly dirty. A bus tour is overpriced and you will probably be bullied into buying a ticket but just ignore the salesmen and women with all your might. Whilst it may be tempting getting from A to B in a flash on the express subway you'll miss so much and be stuck in some of the worst gridlocks known to America.
Instead, Walk or Jump on a Bike

New York City may look daunting at first but its easily walkable and cycleable from 57th street all the way down to Battery Park.  Just think, you can buy 10 cupcakes from the Magnolia Bakery and not feel guilty as you’ll be bu


The Black Eyes Peas bring back some love

13 years after the release of the original version of ‘Where is the love’, Will I Am and the members of the Black Eyed Peas are getting together again to bring their breakout hit back to life as an anthem against hatred. When it first came out in 2003, the song deeply impacted a world still bouncing back from the atrocities of 9/11, but it feels ...

French Designer Sonya Rykiel Dies Aged 86

French Fashion Designer Sonia Rykiel Dies from Parkinson's Disease Aged 86

Famed French designer Sonya Rykiel has died at the age of 86, her daughter confirmed today, 25th of August. Sonia had been suffering with Parkinson’s disease for over 19 years to date.

24 Hours In Cardiff

Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, is a relatively small city by UK standards. Despite it’s size, however, it is Wales’ cultural and political centre, with plenty of things for tourists to see and do. It is easily accessible with it’s own airport and rail links all across the country, so it’s a great place to visit for a short ...

The TIFF Keeps Getting Better and Better As We Edge Closer To This Years Film Festival

As the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival edges it way closer to opening night, more films, stars and television programmes have been added to this year’s festival. Organisers announced on Tuesday morning that new films starring Oscar Isaac, Sigourney Weaver, Kristen Stewart and James Franco are on their way to this year’s festival. In addition to this, we have two more galas, 14 special presentations, ...

London: Free Boris Bike Hire This Weekend

The sun is going to be out this weekend in London, which means a hot and sticky tube to look forward to. Great. Have no fear, Santander Cycles – or as we know them, Boris Bikes – are free to use this weekend (13th-14th August). Of course, whenever something is free there are usually strings attached, so here’s the lowdown: ...

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