All posts tagged books

Exclusive Interview with Jordy Kerwick on his Exhibition @ Delphian Gallery.

As Arts Editor, I had the privilege of interviewing Jordy Kerwick for CUB Magazine about his exhibition ‘Diary of an Introvert’ running at Delphian Gallery from the 7th until the 16th […]

Ready Player One Review – Steven Spielberg’s Futuristic Arcade of 80’s Pop Culture References is an Enjoyable, if Low-Level, Trip Back to the Future

The pervasive wave of nostalgia that we’re currently riding on, flooding our television and cinema screens, has hit a new, eye-popping peak in Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One, a visually […]

An Extroverted Introvert?

Is there such a thing? The distinction between introversion and extroversion suggests that they are seemingly poles apart, appearing as a distinct dichotomy before my puzzled eyes. So… what happens […]

Underbelly Festival at London’s Southbank

Exam season is coming to an end. It is time to put your books down, allow your skin to see the sunlight again, and to breathe a HUGE sigh of […]

Defying Disinformation, Inspiring Change…

The state of the world right now is a far cry from what it was a year ago, or two or three years ago more so. Never could Brexit have […]

Continental Stores

Recently I have been trying to get out of my comfort zone and discover London, not just geographically, but by going to places that are unfamiliar to me. Places which […]

A Series of Unfortunate Events Season One – A Review Not for the Fainthearted

If you are interested in reviews about happy shows now streaming online, you would be better off reading some other review. Close this tab, click on an alternative link– preferably one featuring pictures of […]

The Online Sex Educators

The video opens to upbeat music playing alongside a video collage of condoms, pregnancy tests, tampons, and pills. The camera cuts to Hannah telling her audience “Guys. I got the […]

Breaking Library Law

I have never broken the law, but today I am a criminal. I am a delinquent who is doing what she should not be, and talking to people I have […]