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Not my art

Tuesday 19th June 2018, 10.30am (day 2,490)

I’m sure, however, that Banksy would approve of someone else reusing his artwork in a project of their own: just as here he has used someone else’s in his. 14 more words

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Pleasantly Full Days

Life seems to have been particularly busy in the last ten days or so since my last trip to London.  There I got a dental check-up (my teeth are fine), visited the… 639 more words

Remember to Recycle!

Utilise Hi-Lo Food Stores’ Drop-off Centers at Barbican, Crossroads, Portmore and Liguanea. The Centers were launched on World Environment Day on June 5, 2018.

Create a Cleaner Jamaica! 18 more words

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Cafe Project #30


13 June – 3 September 2018

Stitch-School is founded by Senior Lecturer Melanie Bowles and stitch technician Aimee Betts both who work on the BA (Hons) Textile design course at Chelsea College of Arts. 410 more words

The use of animated film: a review of Sois de Traca

Eerie. Creative. Thought-provoking.

These are the words that come to mind after watching Sois de Traca’s short film about climate change that responds to the Barbican’s… 323 more words

Climate Change

On Tour: OCT 2018 - Andy Irvine & Paul Brady (London & Prague shows added!)

ANDY IRVINE & PAUL BRADY featuring Dónal Lunny & Kevin Burke Thur 11. Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin
Doors 7.30pm / Tickets: €46.50 Get Ticket… 29 more words

You haven't been to London yet

I have been asked recently to reveal my top 5 places someone should be visiting in London in 2018. London is not just about the Big Ben (whose tower will be wrapped in scaffolding for another 3 years) or the Tower of London (I make some allowances, though, for those who like ravens), or even Oxford Street or Camden Town (it’s okay, I know, I was that kind of tourist too – once upon a time..) : The real London is about the places that are a bit behind the scenes. 1,204 more words

Urban Adventures