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Vantra – a health junkie oasis on Oxford Street

Vantra – a health junkie oasis on Oxford Street

Featured, Food
We all know that health is wealth, but going sugar, gluten, dairy and oil-free simply does not seem worth it. Our reporter Kate Kulniece visits Vantra Vitao to test whether nutritious food can actually be as rewarding as a greasy burger.  If there is a single phrase that describes me the best it would have to be ‘’a walking carb’’. The other one, though it does not reflect the very essence of me as aptly as the latter, goes along the lines of ’’Why go raw when there is booze, baked cookies, ice cream and samosas?’’ For contradicting the first is far-fetched (carbohydrates in all shapes and sizes are dear to me), one can attempt to challenge me only with the ‘’leave bio-fermented matcha sprouts for Gwyneth Paltrow’’ one. Serving and meeting the extravagant dietary needs of health
Sam Smith: The Thrill of it All review: A candid cry for help

Sam Smith: The Thrill of it All review: A candid cry for help

Entertainment
Words: Stella Akinwumi | Subbing: Isabella Dawe His 2014 debut album ‘In the Lonely Hour’ expressed the pain of unrequited love, now English singer/songwriter Sam Smith proves that time really is a healer. https://twitter.com/samsmithworld/status/926358305584246784 Smith's second studio album ‘The Thrill of it All’ is about the breakdown of the first real romance in his life. In an attempt to stray from the mainstream material, you know the ones where you wait for the occasional drop, ‘Thrill of it All’ opens with Sam’s notorious tenor tone and basic yet strong piano chords. The album explicitly conveys how heartbreak can lead to happiness, and that starts with the lead single ‘Too Good at Goodbyes’. The song has gotten nearly 200 million views since its release, and establishes the k
Bar uniforms: The good, the bad and the classics

Bar uniforms: The good, the bad and the classics

Fashion, Featured
An intriguing guide to London’s themed bars and their most stylish uniforms. A successful night out in London depends on the scenery just as much as on the company. The capital’s drinking scene is full of themed bars with dreamy atmospheres. Beside their surreal décor, some bars go the extra mile and dress their staff in unique and refined uniforms. Sassy, retro or traditional, some of their outfits can easily be part of a fashion show. Cahoots In a hidden alley in Soho, a 1940s gangster in a dark suit, a fedora hat, and white pocket square will welcome you to the underground bar, modelled after a vintage tube station. As you go down the stairs, the lights get dimmer, the swing music gets louder and by the time you reach the bar you will feel like a Londoner on a night out during

ANTI-FLAG promote new album “American Fall” with London art show

Activism, Entertainment, Music, Uncategorized
Words: Sal Fasone | Subbing: Bella Dawe "You got your bomb, got your blood. And now we've had enough." Pittsburgh punk-rockers ANTI-FLAG showcase new anti-Trump artwork at album promo show in Kentish Town The band decided to showcase the hard-hitting art, created in collaboration with artists Doug Dean and Noah Scalin, in a one-day-only art exhibition and exclusive gig at The Bull and Gate pub in North London.   Anti-Flag are known for using their album artwork to challenge social issues such as racism and division around the world and American Fall is an album that definitely inspires change. The album focuses on social issues affecting America in particular and aims to spread kindness by addressing issues such as gun laws and Trump's media propaganda. To accompany the
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