Day: April 20, 2018

Fickle fans to blame for Wenger’s demise

Fickle fans to blame for Wenger’s demise

Are Arsenal fans the worst in the Premier League? Robert Owen questions if the fickle and expectant fans ruined Arsene Wenger's legacy. Whether you played Sunday league, or you've graced the top echelons of football, you will know that positivity and confidence is a precursor to success. It may well ...

Demand surges for super prime London lettings

Demand surges for super prime London lettings

The Boom in London’s Super Prime Property Lettings Over the last ten years, the top of the luxury London property market has borne witness to spectacular growth. Record low interest rates, the insatiable thirst of the foreign buyer and the Capital’s impressive infrastructure, have boosted asset prices in the Capital. ...

Hām

Restaurant Review: Hām, West Hampstead

Hām is not another single-menu restaurant, although you could be forgiven for thinking otherwise. Instead, ‘Hām’ is the Old English word for ‘home’, a prominent focus at this new West Hampstead neighbourhood restaurant, far more so than cured pork leg. Nestled amongst a parade of restaurants and charity shops, the ...

Embracing ecommerce Selling Tickets

Embracing ecommerce Selling Tickets

With the recent developments in technology, online marketing is rapidly gaining momentum. Nowadays, most people consider making online purchases due to the demanding nature of lifestyles. Online buying and selling have become smooth and productive through the various social media and mobile platforms. The establishment of a personalized business domain ...

Film Review: Never Steady, Never Still

Film Review: Never Steady, Never Still

The nuanced ambition of Kathleen Hepburn’s 2017 TIFF entry and debut feature, Never Steady, Never Still, based on her short film of the same name, is soaked in the melancholy of quiet suffering. The film takes inspiration from Hepburn’s close personal experience with Parkinson’s disease, the director’s mother having suffered ...

Film Review: Never Steady, Never Still

Film Review: Let The Sunshine In

It is amusing to imagine if French director Claire Denis watches many of the American romantic comedies that we know all too well. Whether she does or not, her latest film, Let The Sunshine In, is a clever antidote to the clichés and indulgences that have come to define the ...