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Soundtrack '63 Sings To Your Soul

The sounds of beating drums, bowing violins and scratching vinyl records are matched with visuals of lynched men, frustrated protesters and Freedom Riders. Unlike other live performances I’ve witnessed, … 782 more words

Events

Here’s Why Being A Narcissist Isn’t Such A Bad Thing...

A lot of people go through life with an inferiority complex. They don’t know their own strengths, so they allow their brains to tell them they’re losers. 605 more words

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Quoth

“The English often refer to King Shaka Zulu as the Black Napoleon, but I say Napoleon was the white King Shaka.”

–Miriam Makeba

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Throwback Thursday: Time Travel Back To The Good Ol' Days

Thursdays have assumed the gauntlet for the day we look back at what passed on as fashion, style and good music a couple of years ago. 344 more words

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Food ordering tips to make it through the month healthy and financially stable

The first weeks of September are gone but making it to the end of the month is daunting for many of us, mostly because your needs and wants are measured against how much you can spend until your next pay check, plus. 654 more words

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No.10 - Catterick

Tuesday 15 September 2015
Catterick, North Yorkshire
Distance travelled – 92.8 miles

I have a feeling that over the course of this blog, avoiding the overuse of the word ‘traditional’ is going to be impossible, so I wont even bother trying. 800 more words

Races

Black & White @ Shaka Zulu

Life isn’t all black and white, but it was the other day in Camden.

On a night out celebrating one of my best friends birthday, I and a few others sent ourselves all the way over to Camden to dine and dance at Shaka Zulu, the South African restaurant known for serving meats as exotic as their cocktails. 410 more words

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