Tags » Arts/culture

Lismore Handmade Market

Sadly I had to step down from coordinating the Lismore Makers Market due to other work and life commitments but I am glad to say that a new/old team have taken over/back and Lismore’s best little market kicks off again with a new name, Lismore Handmade Market, on Saturday 2nd August, 10-2pm, and every 1st Saturday of the month after that! 20 more words


Shadows of Liberty

93 min – Documentary – 8 August 2013 (Germany)
Director: Jean-Philippe Tremblay

Film website

In this documentary, filmmaker Jean-Philippe Tremblay takes a journey through the darker corridors of the US media. 93 more words


The Conditions of the Working Class In England 

2012 British; 82 min.
Directed by Mike Wayne and Deirdre O’Neill

This film is inspired by Engels’ book written in 1844, The Condition of the Working Class in England… 152 more words


Philips lights up National Theatre, Iganmu with 48 LED luminaires

Lighting firm, Royal Philips has officially unveiled a stunning lighting makeover of the cultural landmark, the National Arts Theatre complex, Iganmu, Lagos as part of its fifth consecutive pan-African Cairo to Cape Town roadshow. 574 more words


Judging panel for 2014 Etisalat Prize for Literature unveiled

Etisalat Nigeria, last Friday announced the judging panel for the second edition of its prestigious literary prize the Etisalat Prize for Literature.

Chaired by renowned Nigerian writer Sarah Ladipo Manyika, the distinguished panel consists of award winning British/Sudanese writer Jamal Mahjoub, prolific Francophone writer Alain Mabanckou and writer and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga. 576 more words


The nutcracker at Dolce&Gabbana Winter 2015 show

I’m breaking the ice with the Autumn/Winter collections for 2014-2015 with this gorgeous Dolce&Gabbana fashion show.  For some reason it takes me far away from Sicily, more to the East and lands me somewhere in Moscow, on the background there is Tchaikovsky’s Nutcraker and Swan Lake (brings me back with the Danse Espagnole in the southern Europe though), ballerinas impersonating fairies open with their keys the magic garden where everything looks like an enchanted winter forest, with glittering snow, except for a crimson colored rose.

Magical! -A.

The Style Side