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The Moment You Realise You're the Oldest Person at the Gig

Last week I was excited to be attending my first gig in eight months at Borderline in Soho. After this hiatus I was looking forward to cramming myself into a tiny, sweaty venue, to drink some cider and to move my shoulders, or just tap my foot, in time with the music of UK/US band Drowners. 690 more words

Amy Baker

Sushi Tsuraku - HK

9th Floor, Stanley 11 ,11 Stanley Street, Central, Hong Kong // 852 25210008

This eatery is absolutely tiny. The restaurant consists of a few tables and a main horseshoe bar seating plan that surrounds the chefs preparation area so that diners can watch talented hands fly across fish with razor sharp knives. 622 more words



On Saturday I shopped in SoHo.  I visited many global brand stores as well as boutiques on Canal Street.  I visited Topshop and was instantly engulfed in the unique clothes and the stellar sale that was going on.   58 more words

Khaki Suit

Prince and Sullivan St.

A khaki suit is just so perfectly summer even though it still covers you up, aesthetically, it looks so lightweight. It’s also the perfect type of suit to wear to a wedding or formal occasion during the warmer months.

Downtown Man

Kaslik, W1D

The Halal: All of the meat and poultry at Kaslik is halal. 

The Place: Kaslik is named after an enchanting town in Lebanon and can be found amidst the busy bars and restaurants on Greek street in Soho. 237 more words

finally here!

After months of anxiety of moving up to NYC, I’m finally here and it’s been wonderful. Annie got to fly up to help me out and accompany me for the weekend. 152 more words

Fake Scarcity in the New York Food Scene

There is an interesting phenomenon occurring in the New York City Food Scene: that of fake scarcity. Food establishments are making their products or dishes hard to get as opposed to boasting a bountiful fully-stocked quantity of their products. 354 more words

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