The times they are a-changing

Progress is inevitable. What’s also inevitable is how we humans feel about it. We don’t usually love it so much. Show me a guy who’s happy about progress and change, and I’ll show you the one guy who will definitely profit from it. 768 more words


The history of Arsenal's grounds through the ages

Arsenal’s Ground’s

(From 1887 to present))

I thought it would interesting to go back to our roots and take a look at the various grounds that we have played on from our inception in 1887 to the present day. 1,000 more words

REVIEW: Brewhouse & Kitchen, Highbury.

The 21st June marked an important date on the natural calendar, Summer Solstice  (or The Longest Day). It’s a point at which we celebrate Midsummer and more daylight hours, a good time then to also mark the official opening of a pub which boasts a sizeable sun-trap of a terrace, so that’s exactly what happened. 751 more words


Anne's Story - Listen to Carers

“People need to listen to carers. You might hear me, but that doesn’t mean you’re listening.”

Ann, 75, helps to care for her grandson, who was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder aged 18. 202 more words

Sawyer & Gray

I love no meal more than breakfast! My perfect weekend consists of a lie in followed by a trip to Saint Espresso. With their mini cup flat white in hand I head to Chapel market to get freshest ingredients for my most important meal of the day. 260 more words


Jack Wilshere - Outrageously joyful

Gooner (fan) and Gunner (player) Jack Wilshere has been the recipient of a ‘reminder’ of his responsibilities to Arsenal Football Club, following the player leading chants and songs of fans whilst celebrating their FA cup victory over Aston Villa on Saturday; just in case he forgot that winning trophies and connecting with supporters were two of the main ones. 526 more words