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Poetry International '84

There’s a lot of talk about how mainstream poetry is nowadays, but back in the 80s we were covered in national music papers, to a predominantly non-poetry audience. 41 more words


A Stroller Built Like a Bentley

Finally! A freaking stroller that takes design seriously. Like, really seriously. Joolz is the brainchild of some serious Dutch designers who found it necessary to create a stroller that parents deserve. 653 more words


Early Days Of Open Mic

The NME, 5 February, 1983, reports on an early open mic festival


REVIEW /// Joolz Geo Stroller  

I was the picky one when we were looking for baby stuff. For a start I wanted to make sure I didn’t look stupid using anything we bought (a flowery changing bag was a big no no). 833 more words


Win a JOOLZ Essentials Baby Blanket Worth £50

I’ve teamed up with luxe baby brand JOOLZ, bringing you the chance to win their gorgeous Essentials baby blanket, worth £50. A snuggly item available in five colours, the shade I chose for you to get your mitts on is Mint. 272 more words


Joolz Geo Update...

So I was looking at my blog stats the other day and it turns out people have read my post discussing why we chose the Joolz Geo pram! 1,116 more words


Paul Weller On Poetry

The gossipy Jaws column in Sounds, 26 February, 1983, has froth about the (rather good) film Party Party, Ozzy Osbourne, One The Juggler, The League of Labour Skins and this snippet about what had been on the previous weeks telly: 132 more words