With the cold and flu symptoms lurking around, all we want to do is lock ourselves indoors, nestle up on the couch and light the fire. But contrary to what many believe, winter is actually the perfect season to get out of the house - no, not to the nightclub, but to any parks or open spaces close by. Even just by taking a short stroll during the day, you are doing your body great wonders that cannot be offered by the interiors of your own house. Below we've listed six great health benefits that parks have to offer almost all year round. Parks encourage exercise It’s important to try and get active every day of the year, but during winter we all lose motivation. However, science shows that you burn more calories when exercising during winter because your body works harder to warm i
Are there some things you just should not rap about? Reporter: Bella Dawe | Sub-Editor: Chrys Salter Hip hop fans are used to their favourite artists throwing low blows and hurling insults at each other: from Ja Rule calling out Eminem's mother, baby mama and daughter on Loose Change in 2002, to rap legends Jay Z and Nas warring for years before finally quashing their beef in 2005. The fact is, rap is supposed to be gritty and thought-provoking. However, fans of the genre have been divided recently on social media following a feud between two highly influential artists: Drake and Kid Cudi. Just in case you didn't know - and really, you should - Kid Cudi is somewhat a legend. The Day N Nite rapper/producer has been making hits since before anyone had heard of Toronto rapper Drake,
After making her debut as the Countess in American Horror Story: Hotel (and this year’s Roanoke), Gaga is set to come back to our screens in the third instalment of Ryan Murphy’s successful series, American Crime Story. Reporter: Alex Clement | Sub-Editor: Chelsea Jobe She is rumoured to be playing fashion tycoon, Donatella Versace, but it seems to be more than just a rumour, as the show’s creator Ryan Murphy was asked at a panel if Gaga would make a good Versace, in which he answered “Ya think?”. This series will focus on the murder of Versace’s brother, Gianni, in which he was killed in 1997 by serial killer Andrew Cunanan. Versace/Cunanan: American Crime Story won’t be filmed until some time next year, however, filming is set to coincide with the second series of the show, which wi
The UK grime artist's mentor group create a spectacle of the museum's peace, love and music festival. Reporter: Chelsea Jobe | Sub-Editor: Alex Clement Skepta, real name Joseph Junior Adenuga, together with a group of young musicians he has mentored for two months, took their urban vibe to the Victoria & Albert Museum yesterday. The world's leading museum of arts and design held an event called Revolutions Weekender, alongside their leading exhibition You Say You Want A Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-1970. The events and activities were inspired by the Swinging Sixties and included live music, DJs and theatrical performance throughout the museum, special talks, tours and film screenings, a Revolutionary Reading Room and pop up poetry by Synergy Theatre Project.