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Review: The Stone Roses - War And Peace - by Simon Spence

The Stone Roses are undoubtedly one of the most important bands to have emerged during my lifetime. Their early defining sound paved the way for the explosion of the ‘Madchester Sound’ and the book’s introduction about the seminal 1989 Spike Island gig was grippingly enthralling. 237 more words

Book Review

Mother-in-law's tongue, the sex motorhome and a middle class Sunday morning

My new plant. A birthday present from Jonny.

A Very British Brothel at Godfrey.

A wander around Finsbury Park, slowly buying organic vegetables and having another relaxing morning. 8 more words

From Friday Street to Finsbury Park

Tucked away in an undistinguished later-nineteenth-century suburb of north London is the Anglican parish church of St Thomas the Apostle, Finsbury Park. The areas will be known to many as the home of the Arsenal Football Club whose former Highbury Stadium (1913-2006) was close by the church. 819 more words


George Michael 1963— Donald

We find it comforting to name impersonal forces. It may seem as though knowing the winds that totalled your car are called Barbara isn’t going to do much for you (and it’s entirely unfair on my elderly aunt) but personalization is at the heart of every inner storm too. 589 more words

Mental Health

A very cold and frosty day

A very cold and frosty morning in Finsbury Park, North London. The London weather forecast predicts temperatures plummeting to -6C overnight across the south-east. 137 more words

North London

Review #99 Pasta Remoli, Finsbury Park

On a Friday night we were looking for quick, simple food and Pasta Remoli pretty much fitted the bill. Their angle is handmade fresh pasta and good Italian ingredients. 169 more words


Vagina interest, standard date night and omgyes

Multiple people asking to see my vagina print. At the same time.

Date night with Jonny. The classic Turkish food at Petek, beer at the Fullback and ping pong and dance machine at Rowan’s. 14 more words