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Picture from yesterdays workout.

So last night my class and I had a nice end of the week chill party, we talked and played some cards and talked all night. 75 more words


Little Street Maidstone Review

If you’ve read a previous post of mine you will know I’m not the biggest lover of soft play. However when we were invited along to a preview event at Little Street,  an imagination role play centre I was very intrigued. 751 more words


Saturday secret service psychologist: come play my mind game

This (probable) ISTP came up with some soundbites. Can you guess who this is?

Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity. 281 more words


The Weekend In Esports: The Halo 5 World Championship Finals And More

(Source: compete.kotaku.com)

Image credit: ESL.

The spotlight this weekend belongs to competitive Halo 5 as pros descend on California for sci-fi carnage.

While OpTic remain the kings of Microsoft’s first-person shooter, their dominance looks as fragile as ever in the face of rising contenders on all sides. 865 more words


“A CITY” Explores friendship, memory, life and death

Review by Ellen S. Jaffe

  A City,” produced by Necessary Angel Theatre Company and now playing at the Artscape Sandbox in Toronto, is one of the most refreshing and interesting new plays I have seen for a long time. 635 more words


“No Tell Motel”; comedy with a soupçon of compassion

Review by Danny Gaisin

Michael Wilmot’s Hamilton Fringe entry ‘Love Shack’ made its way up to mainstream as “No Tell Motel”. This hilarious story is about a middle-aged couple deciding that an afternoon assignation at a 3rd rate motel might spice up their lives. 427 more words


Founder Stories

Part of the reason why I’m so passionate about American made baby brands is because I love founder stories. I’m married to a serial entrepreneur, I’ve worked with startups for years and regularly tune in to podcasts like… 63 more words

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