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Caffe L'affare

There’s nothing more satisfying on a Sunday than wandering around the city to find a new brunch spot, but most importantly somewhere to sit and sip coffee for as long as you please without unproductive guilt creeping in. 193 more words


Save Lagu Anak

Lagu anak sudah sangat jarang menggema distasiun televisi dan dimedia lainnya. Seakan sudah mulai lenyap lagu anak. Sekarang anak-anak pun menyanyikan lagu yang bernuansa dewasa dan cinta-cintaan. 191 more words


Review: Drive (2011) (One Of The Best Films of the 21st Century?)

“I drive”

Last week, BBC Culture released a list of the Top 100 Films of the 21st Century, as voted for by movie critics (click… 1,184 more words


Extremely Chocolatey Brownies

This is a very, very simple and standard brownie recipe but out of all of my different methods and recipes that I’ve tried, I decided to try and adapt them slightly and come up with something that makes brownies just how I want them. 243 more words


"If it was to win the Booker, there would be no outcry from Bookmunch quarters" - The Schooldays of Jesus by JM Coetzee

Those who have read The Childhood of Jesus, or almost any other Coetzee novel if we’re being completely truthful, will be familiar with the almost frustratingly obscure nature of the story being told in the author’s latest work. 637 more words


Just Listen: Get Inuit - Teriyaki

Get Inuit

Words: Georgia Mae Blackman

Get Inuit really have a passion for creating noisy and messy beats and sounds, it comes naturally to them and new single… 93 more words


Review: The Hours - Michael Cunningham***

The Hours tells the story of three women: Virginia Woolf, beginning to write Mrs. Dalloway as she recuperates in a London suburb with her husband in 1923; Clarissa Vaughan, beloved friend of an acclaimed poet dying from AIDS, who in modern-day New York is planning a party in his honor; and Laura Brown, in a 1949 Los Angeles suburb, who slowly begins to feel the constraints of a perfect family and home. 249 more words