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A Sea of Vomit

Where I stay in London, we don’t have a lot of schools, there are a few, and surprisingly, their yards and the surrounding premises are quite tidy. 648 more words


Best gifts 2014: Molecular Mixology Kit

Molecular Mixology KitMolecular mixology kit mixology is now an art so stop simply mixing alcohols with juices. Learn how to deconstruct your favorite cocktails and serve your mojitos in a large bubble that will explode in your mouth, bite into a layered martini or add a touch of airy lime foam to your tequila shots…. 9 more words

Best Gifts 2014

The little shops of Velez - Malaga

I grew up In Portsmouth in the 1950′s. In those days on each of the four corners of the street square was a shop – usually a family grocer. 2,224 more words

Me In Andalucia

Modelling the impact of minimum unit price for alcohol in Wales

A new project “Modelling the impact of the introduction of a minimum unit price for alcohol in Wales” has started in March 2014. The project is commissioned by the Welsh Government and has been awarded to the School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) at the University of Sheffield. 74 more words

Country Pop Up

Country Pop Up, Southern California’s latest entertainment phenomenon, premiers at Lure Hollywood! In a town made famous by John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, and Roy Rogers, it’s about time Hollywood went Country….. 164 more words

Los Angeles

Drinking culture and law changes: an interview with James Walmsley

A third-year media and communications student, James Walmsley presents his views on the drinking culture at the University of Wollongong, the harmful effects it can have on personal studies and recent government attempts to discourage youth alcohol consumption in Sydney.


Australia: an honest comment on our drinking culture

Australia’s drinking culture is something, dear readers, that your author has very much imbibed within. It appears to be, from the outside, a sordid affair, one that has been wrapped within cultural and historical factors that have led to what we have today. 1,396 more words