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‘Ard Work Pays Off

Ard Adz & Shallow are aspiring artists from Brixton, South London who both started their journey into music in their early teens. After posting music videos on the Internet the duo have built up a large audience within the UK underground hip-hop scene, with no record label and with no outside help from companies like […]

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Malala: World’s New Civil Rights Hero

Over the centuries, we have witnessed many inspirational stories that have changed the world drastically. There are many different people, from all over the globe, such as Martin Luther King, Susan B. Anthony, Mahatma Ghandi, Abraham Lincoln, Mother Teresa and Joan of Arc. Despite having completely different lives in different time periods, they have all […]

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Film Review: Riot From Wrong

Going into the screening of Fully Focused’s Riot From Wrong I knew almost nothing of the London Riots. I come from Philadelphia in the US. I was aware of what happened in August 2011, but had no idea about the “whys” and “hows” of the situation. My naïveté turned to shock when the film began; […]

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Enfield Fat Fighters

Exposure has produced a fun and lively video (see below) tackling the growing problem of adolescent obesity. Made with some effervescent pupils from Broomfield School and commissioned by Enfield Council’s Youth Support Service, the video is designed to inform young people about the importance of healthy eating and regular exercise, in a clear and accessible […]

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Glory Hunter Football Supporters

Supporting a ‘crap’ football team and living in London isn’t easy. For me, an avid Stoke City fan, it has become harder since we were promoted to the Premiership a few seasons ago – before then no one knew who we were. When everyone was talking about the Manchester United game at the weekend, I’d […]

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Film Review: Pastiche

For those of you who haven’t watched Pastiche yet, consider yourselves lucky. Not for the reasons that you would think. I’ve had the pleasure of having to watch this film more than a couple of times while writing this article, but I quickly realised nothing compares to the first watch of Pastiche. Reading the synopsis […]

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