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Monthly Archive: September 2010

Sep 28

Come Dine With Me's Tasty Bits {TV}

Come Dine With Me, the cooking show that’s inspired ordinary people to throw immitation dinner parties and series’ around the world, is now releasing it’s sauciest bits for you to own on dvd. Come Dine With Me – The Tasty Bits with exclusive footage Too Saucy for TV will be released on DVD on the …

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Sep 25

What Price Feminism?

Is feminism a dirty word? You would think so by how some people respond to the word. Feminism is not an easy subject to write about. It has so many connotations. So many people have an opinion on it. It brings up images of women burning bras and hating men. Losing the entire point of …

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Sep 24

Cute Dogs Get Escalators Wrong {Miscuity}

I thought my hand eye co-ordination was bad but these doggies take the biscuit! (see what I did there?) Even though they get escalators completely wrong they do it in the cutest and most hilarious way… take a looksie. [via Boing Boing]

Sep 23

Getting Baked {Ceri's Column}

When we celebrate, we eat cakes. It’s pretty damn universal. Almost every culture on the planet stakes its claim for having the best cakey offerings. It can be quite competitive. I’m shocked there hasn’t been a war over it yet. The Great Fruitcake Wars. The Eccles cake incident. The Cupcake Rebellion of 2010. That’d be …

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Sep 22

Anthony Epes: London at Dawn & Arboreal Dreams. {Art Review}

Where: Pop-up gallery, Arch 5, Burrel Street, SE1 When: Thursday September 16th, 6-8pm. Amongst the great, the good and others of Anthony Epes’s Private View where; John and Diane Bird , Nic Careem and Lizzie Mary Cullen. Epes’s Private View showed off his amazing eye. He is an artist who can capture the very essence …

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Sep 22

Beautiful Crime presents: ‘Hendrix Still Reigning, Still Dreaming’ {Social Diary}

Where: Red Bull Studio, London Tooley Street, SE1 When: 6:30pm – 10pm Thursday 16th September 2010 To coincide with the 40th anniversary of Jimi Hendrix’s death, Beautiful Crime held an event pre-releasing urban artist Fin DAC’s highly anticipated ‘Hendrix Still Reigning, Still Dreaming’ hand finished, limited edition prints. The one night only pop-up exhibition at …

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