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Curationism: A problem of definition?

By William Cooper Art books don’t often attain cross-discipline popularity, but David Balzer seems to have achieved just that with his discussion on the rise of curating, a book which is becoming almost as prolific as its subject matter. Not since the YBAs of the 90s have books about art ...

Spice Market

Restaurant Review – Spice Market

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Located on the corner of a swanky Leicester Square hotel, Spice Market is the London outpost of World-renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, inspired by the Pan Asian street food that he fell in love with upon his travels of the Continent. Offering a menu that ...

Si Cranstoun

By Harry Bedford, Music Editor Si Cranstoun was given a recording contract earlier this year at the age of 39 after two decades of working the London music scene. Despite the singer-songwriter - from Caterham, Surrey - working the scene for 20 years, he actually sounds like he has come ...

The Cockpit, Leeds – An End of an Era

By Harry Bedford, Music Editor Underneath the arches of the viaduct adjacent to Leeds Railway Station stands the remains of a legendary music venue, Leeds’ own Cavern Club. It may only have been there 20 years and may not have been that well known outside the city, but this dark ...

Second Stage Highlights

By Alex Lodge After a busy summer of dragging my carcass around various festival sites it's time to sit back and reflect on everything I've seen and heard. The main stage at any festival is sometimes great, though often hit and miss. The headliner draws a huge crowd and we ...

The power of music: Keep on running

By Jasmin Prichard Scent is supposed to be the most powerful memory trigger, but for me music is far more evocative. A song can bring back countless memories whether it's the best night you ever had, heartbreak or a momentous festival moment. You hear the first few strings of the ...

Long Live the Radio

By Stuart Buchanan, Junior Broadcast Executive at 4mediarelations  There was a time when most homes relied on a radio. The wireless, sat in the corner of the kitchen or living room was a key transmitter of news, a primary source of entertainment and a pioneering medium for releasing the latest ...

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