Dolores, Catral, San Fulgencio. These are just some of the areas that have been flooded in southern Spain in recent weeks, yet nobody knows about it. The areas that are most affected may not be well known to many, but what if I told you that all these areas are just over an hour away … Continue reading Why is nobody talking about the Spanish floods?
Author: Laura Williams
It: Chapter Two
The sequel to 2017 film It, based on Stephen King's novel, is now available in cinemas. Set 27 years after the events of the first film, Pennywise has returned and is stronger than ever leaving Mike Hanlon to reunite the Losers' Club to defeat It once and for all. I went to watch the film … Continue reading It: Chapter Two
I recently read an article that explained that some people suffer from something known as 'September Anxiety'. As the summer draws to a close and we all begin returning to school or university, the nights get shorter and the weather turns colder. Experts say that Autumn can heighten depression and anxiety, but why is this? … Continue reading September Anxiety
Victory for Vinyls
In modern times, we love all things vintage and all things vintage is making a big comeback. From bomber jackets to polaroid cameras, vinyls are just the latest in a long line of things that are coming back into fashion. Having recently received a turntable and my first vinyl as a gift, I became part … Continue reading Victory for Vinyls
The Princess Bride
Having always enjoyed the 1987 movie The Princess Bride, I was initially sceptical of reading the book out of fear of being disappointed. However, I soon found that if you made a list of everything you would expect to find in a fairy tale story, this book has it all. Firstly, let me talk about … Continue reading The Princess Bride
High Street Sadness
All around the UK right now, we are seeing a slow decline in our local High Streets. The rise of online shopping is beginning to take over because it is so convenient. We've all been in situations where we have forgotten a birthday or an anniversary and the only friend who can help, is the … Continue reading High Street Sadness
Love Island Rant
Once again the ITV2 reality show has taken over, dominating all talk shows, radio shows, newspapers and magazines. It's the show everyone is talking about and it has given us some of the most iconic reality TV moments to date. Love Island has propelled it's contestants into fame but it has also doomed them into … Continue reading Love Island Rant
Jo Brand is cancelled
In the news recently, British comedian Jo Brand has been heavily criticised for joking that people should throw battery acid rather than milkshakes over politicians. The radio show 'Heresy' in which Brand appeared on, is known for its controversial and provocative humour. I respect that the circumstances in which the joke was made, is supposed … Continue reading Jo Brand is cancelled
America, what are you doing?
As a woman, I cannot help but have an opinion on the recent outrage caused by one of the most controversial and sensitive topics to exist in the world right now. The announcement that the state of Alabama has signed into law, a near total ban on abortion even in cases of rape and incest, … Continue reading America, what are you doing?
Bound by Bonding
When scrolling through Netflix I stumbled upon a new series; Bonding. The new Netflix show follows the story of a young man struggling to make money who decides to work as an assistant for a dominatrix, his high school best friend Tiff. The show is split into subplots in which the two friends pursue romantic … Continue reading Bound by Bonding