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A Walk in the Street Bazaars of Islamabad.

It was a hot and humid summer’s day in Islamabad when we went to see the street bazaars in Pindi. It was a large enclosed area with the crowds of hundreds rushing past each other to get a chance to go shopping in the markets. 165 more words


seven of the best travel books

Books have always been my companion, my inspiration and my teacher. I  load up my iPad before I hit the road; always have an old fashioned paperback in my bag to read in the tub. 566 more words

Julie-anna Vogel

Tea and scones

If the kitchen is the heart of any home then I reckon the typical Australian homestead of the 19th Century was in need of some serious cardiac rehabilitation. 2,534 more words


Update: Marvel’s SDCC Comic-Con At Home Schedule Is Out

San Diego Comic-Con the Mecca of the comic is coming to our homes this year. The convention was stood cancelled for 2020 but given the fanfare, a virtual comic con is on its way. 382 more words

Art & Culture

Penman No. 391: Trouble in Literary Wolf-land

Penman for July 6, 2020

IT’S NOT every day that an old guy like me learns something almost totally new about what’s happening in my literary backyard, but your attention tends to wander over a long lockdown, and one day my eyes latched onto a headline from… 829 more words

Art & Culture

THE ART CARE AND CARE ABOUT ART | Dmitry Vilensky & Janna Graham

Photo Catastrophes, performance at MUAC by Chto Delat

School of Mutation within the framework of the iteration We have a situation here. The online meeting is on Thursday July 9th at 19:00 CEST. 959 more words

The no-BS guide to psychedelic art history

Instead of starting this piece out the way my teachers would expect me to, by noting the fact that the term “psychedelic” was coined by psychiatrist Osmond Humphry in 1957, making use of the Greek words “psyche” (mind) and “delos” (make visible), we will kick off with a hippie joke. 957 more words

Hippy Art