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Interview with Sally Moss

Sally Moss is recognised as the most influential female strength coach in the UK, with a global reputation as a champion of women’s weightlifting.

As the creator of weight-training classes, Ladies Who Lift and the popular blog Strength Ambassadors, Sally told me about how it all began: “I started a blog in 2007 about strength training and before I was a fitness professional I was a passionate amateur and had gained quite a lot of attention and had met people through the blog.” 590 more words


Harkin Interview / Outlines Festival

Many British musicians are anxious regarding the future of touring abroad post-Brexit. Do you think the potential impending visa costs will make worldwide tours less sustainable?

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Amateur Spotlight Caleb Wainman

February 26th 2017

Fighter Profile
Name – Caleb Wainman
Weight – 205 pounds
Record – 5 Wins 0 Losses
Titles Held – GE Fights Light Heavyweight title, TFE Light Heavyweight Title… 303 more words


Gabriele Gudaityte

Hi Gabriele, tell us a little bit about yourself!

I graduated from Illustration at DJCAD in 2016. I love observing people and the way they act in different situations, therefore I like travelling, reading about different places and cultures, watching movies about them, etc. 1,510 more words


The Future Is Female S1E4: Chinyere Eze

Yes, this is an every day thing for the next two weeks! I love hearing other women’s views regarding gender, social barriers and their general view on the world as a woman. 540 more words


Spotlight On... Star Of Gaslight, Kara Tointon

Gaslight arrives at Malvern Theatres on Monday 27 February and runs until Saturday 4 March 2017 before continuing its UK tour. To book tickets to see the show in Malvern, follow this link: … 946 more words


From Piaf to Pathfoot

Born in the slums of Paris Edith Piaf rose through trial and tribulation to became one of the most famous singers in the world today. She remains a symbol of French resilience and power, and ‘Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien’ is a classic still known widely and used in movie scores to this day. 2,298 more words

Christine Bovill