News, Politics & Tech

The rise of Yubo

Introducing the social network Yubo which allows users to speak through live streams and enabled people to connect on a level that does not follow the trends of other social network platforms.

A silent minority no more

Anti-Asian attacks over the past year have led third-generation Asian communities in both the US and the UK to call out for action, and dispel the myth of a model minority.

Life & Style

Pottery and the art of surviving lockdown

The pandemic has seen the revival of pottery, so we went to find out more about this meditative craft from Gregory Tingay, a potter and artistic director at Studio Pottery London.

One Americano, so little time

Baristas working the morning rush can be our saviours. But what’s it like to be on the receiving end of a grumpy queue of customers?

Hospitality: The god complex of chefs

The hospitality industry is currently facing a crisis. With more people speaking out about bullying, harassment, poor working conditions, and pay in the sector, the industry needs an image overhaul if it’s going to retain the workforce it desperately needs to survive.

Culture

The Magnificent Kane

With Mank, a telling of Citizen Kane through the eyes of the author, sweeping the Oscar nominations, we look back at the impact one of cinema’s most beloved films.

How Barcelona failed Gaudí

The unfinished Sagrada Familia has become known for tourism, crowds, kitsch souvenirs and paella restaurants. Its completion threatens the homes of hundreds of residents.

Environment

Entertainment & Music

Breaking the glass deck

In this documentary, we analyse the male-dominated DJ industry. Female DJs from the UK and Germany share their experiences and the reality of being a woman in the music industry.

Pink Noise: Showcasing women in music

We meet the founder and creator of the zine which provides a space for the unheard voices of women in the music industry, particularly in electronic music, production and the clubbing scene. 

Opinions & Reviews

Film | Spencer

How Pablo Larraín’s Spencer has managed to capture the allure and humanity of Diana, Princess of Wales.

Film | The King of Staten Island

The King of Staten Island is a comedy-drama featuring Pete Davidson, playing a young man who lost his way in life. A movie loosely based on his real-life events.

A+ Cities: Special edition

Dramatic failures

Restrictive audition processes at some of the UK’s top drama schools highlight elitism in British acting

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