Josephine Watson

Set free

Early in the morning on the 6th of January, one-time SeaWorld show-whale Tilikum passed away whilst surrounded by trainers and carers.    ... more

Bowie’s legacy

Last year on the 10th of January, David Bowie passed away in his New York City home after a year-long encounter    ... more

A century of art

As 2016 came to a close, there may have been many events and people, which were offering a fond farewell to,    ... more

Becoming ‘More United’

Over Christmas, the movement More United may have run a successful crowdfunding campaign in an effort to raise funds for their    ... more

Turning the other cheek

The East London Mosque, located on Whitechapel Road, may have been a religious ground which has faced adversity since its first    ... more

Adventures in Moominland

When Finnish artist, Tove Jansson, first published The Moomins and the Great Flood in 1945, she began what seemed to be    ... more

Art in Moana

Achieving some of the highest public and professional ratings in the time since its release, Disney’s Moana aims to be a    ... more

Securing schooling

On Sunday, Justice Secretary Elizabeth Truss announced her ambitions for reforming the education system for young felons, which seemed to have    ... more

Rising from the ashes

Following last week’s Tennessee fires, many families, businesses and wider communities may be beginning the rebuilding and recovery process to restore    ... more

Re-designing London

Last week, the London Design Museum was re-opened in its new location on High Street Kensington, where it is now located    ... more

The art of anatomy

The human body and its anatomy may have been a source of interest across many fields for thousands of years, from    ... more

Following Fidel

On Friday, 25th of November, President Raúl Castro of Cuba announced his elder brother and predecessor to the title, Fidel Castro,    ... more

Artistic domains

For the past few years, platforms such as tumblr.com, Instagram and pages on Facebook may have been used as the dominant    ... more

Thawing through the law

Last week, the landmark case regarding the cryonic freezing of a terminal 14 year-old was settled by the Honorable Mr. Justice    ... more

Shifting Shanghai

Whilst it may be one of the most easterly municipalities of China, Shanghai itself may be the most populated city in China,    ... more

Banding together

On Monday the 5th of December, some of East London’s most prominent musicians and fans may be crowding to Kamio in    ... more

A climate for change

Following the election of Donald Trump last week, many treaties and policies may have been suggested for reform and adjustment, some    ... more

Political evolution

In the weeks since the release of the now infamous recording of Donald Trump in conversation with Billy Bush regarding women    ... more

Reform for the youth

On Sunday, October 30th, East Hampshire MP Damian Hinds appeared on Peston on Sunday on the ITV channel in order to    ... more

SHOUT for Birmingham

Since 2009, the SHOUT festival of queer arts has aimed to provide a safe space for expression and celebration for the    ... more

What rhymes with ‘born tall’?

For the second time this November, the Contemporary Poetry Festival aims to take place in Falmouth, Cornwall, on the weekend of the    ... more

History and Hallowe’en

Each year at the end of October, families and friends of all ages aim to come together in order to celebrate    ... more

A fair share of reading

For the 32nd time this November, the Miami Book Fair aims to take place at the Miami Dade College in downtown Miami,    ... more

Beauty in the Bodnant Garden

The Bodnant Garden in Colwyn Bay, Wales, is a National Trust protected garden sewn with flora from around the world which is    ... more

A century of childhood

The “Century of the Child” movement was coined by Swedish visionary Ellen Key, who in 1900 stated the 20th century should    ... more

The nature of New Hampshire

This year, the 2016 Milford Pumpkin Festival aims to take place on the weekend of the 7th-9th of October, and endeavors    ... more

A history of travel

Next year, Liverpool as a city officially becomes 810 years old, and with so much history behind it, it may be    ... more

All which glitters is “Gold”

The opera “Gold”, which recently opened at the Zurich Opera House, is based on a fictional moral tale written by the    ... more

All bark without the bite in Zaragoza

In a week’s time in Zaragoza, visitors and locals may be able to relax after a ‘ruff’ day of work or    ... more

Pirate queen

Grace O’Malley is believed to have been born in or around 1530 and was the daughter of a Gaelic chieftain and    ... more

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Masters of the Beach

Montpellier, a metropolitan town, and is located in the south of France midway between Spain and Italy only seven kilometres from    ... more

“Dreams is full of mystery and magic”

Travellers exploring London this summer may have noticed something strange – around the city are a selection of 50 dream jars    ... more

Modern-Medieval São Mateus

The Feira de São Mateus event in Viseu has endeavored to display Portuguese culture, tradition and lifestyle since medieval times, and    ... more

Fotografía, Artes Visuales y Madrid

For the last 19 years, the PHotoEspaña festival has endeavoured to educate and expose guests and artists alike to a variety    ... more

Brew at the Zoo

Whilst Boston may be a city known for its important historic role in the American Revolution, presently the city may be    ... more

When Berlin takes back the night

For many, Berlin may have an extensive and potentially interesting history, especially regarding the previous century, and this summer may be    ... more

Something to Taco ‘bout

There are many things which Los Angeles, California may be known for, such as Hollywood, it's beaches and the affluent areas    ... more

The wiener takes it all

This weekend, the fourth annual Chicago Hot Dog Festival aims to take place in Lincoln Park, Chicago, where local vendors such    ... more

Grec Festival de Barcelona

For the last forty years, the Greek Festival of Barcelona has celebrated the traditional and historic art form in the heart    ... more

Sunbathing on the Seine

For the last fourteen years, the Paris Plages festival has taken place along the banks of the Seine, and for the last    ... more

Die Deutschen wanderer

This year from July 13th to the 16th, the OutDoor trade fair took place for its twenty-second year in Friedrichshafen, south    ... more

New music, seasoned city

Dating as far back as the 13th century, Stockholm may be considered as a seasoned, historic city, heralded as the first    ... more

History is happening in Manhattan

Eleven time Tony award winning musical Hamilton: An American Musical attempts to chronicle the life of one of the founding fathers of    ... more