The beautiful reality of ‘Just Bread’: baking workshops and a small cafe bakery chain with a conscience enabling refugee women in London to support themselves. The sunlight gleams through the thick glass of the large windows, when I step in the Roasthouse in Poplar Union. It is just a few minutes away from the City, in London, but it seems far from the chaotic agglomeration of lights, voices and steps characteristic of Canary Wharf. The chitchat of the people sat at the tables blends with the humble noise of the coffee machine. The kitchen is open, so that everyone can see the food getting prepared. Two women move resolutely around the kitchen tools, mixing puffy dough in metallic pans. Nawal (not her real name), overlooks, with a friendly smile and a firm voice. She p
The world’s second largest data leak brings out the worst in offshore finances. This time its individuals and companies much closer to daily life… The Paradise Papers are a huge leak of financial documents that shed light on the top end of world’s offshore finance culture. These papers refer to a leak of 13.4m files. About 6.8m relate to a law firm and corporate services provider called ‘Appleby’, that operated in over 10 jurisdictions. The “fiduciary” arm of the business was the subject of a management buyout last year and it is now called Estera. Paradise papers cover the period from 1950 to 2016. Further, there are also details from 19 corporate registries maintained by governments in secrecy jurisdictions – Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, the Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, the Cayman I
The actor became famous for his roles in films such as Transformers and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, but now it seems that he’s taken a step back from these roles to become the biggest weirdo to ever emerge from Hollywood. He’s confused us a few times with what can only be described as shocking and incredibly funny behaviour, but we love it. Here are eight times that Shia LaBeouf (Or LaBae as he has now been named here, by yours truly) really caught our attention. Words: Yasmin Harding, Subeditor: Lauren Burgess I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE! That paper bag debut on the red carpet The infamous paper bag that read ‘I AM NOT FAMOUS ANYMORE’ covered the head of the actor on the red carpet during the premiere of Lars Von Tier’s Nymphomaniac. Why did he do this?
Chefs of Tomorrow is a project that aims to enhance young chefs by giving them the ability to showcase their talent and work with real professionals in the field. The project runs as four events through the year and there are 16 chefs taking part. Last Saturday we visited the first event of the year, which was held at Druid Street Market and there we spoke to the co-founder of the project and some of the young chefs. Words: Lyubomira Ivanova, Subeditor: Toni Hart, Photos: Lyubomira Ivanova While getting a job in the culinary industry might be really hard, there are so many people and events that can enable young professionals to grow in the field. Chefs of Tomorrow is one of those projects that not only displays the upcoming talents but also helps them to create strong relationships wi