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Ripples On The Pond @ The Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), Glasgow

In one of the free moments I had to wander around Glasgow on my own quite a few weeks ago now, I stumbled across a wonderful exhibition at The Gallery of Modern Art. 461 more words

Exhibition Reviews

The ‘Big Chakra’ - reclaiming the vagina in second-wave feminism

Anne Severson, ‘Don’t get too near the big chakra’ – Spare Rib (issue no. 20, Feb. 1974) pp7-9

Lucy McCalister

In 2013 Spare Rib, a feminist magazine which ran from 1972 to 1993, was relaunched under the name… 1,075 more words

Library Treasures

The current display on the ground floor of Llandaff Library features three iconic journal titles held in the Library’s Special Collections.

The Studio was first published in April 1893 under the title The Studio: An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art. 318 more words

Special Collections

Glasgow Women's Library Reveals its Treasures

So much to get excited about on our History of European Feminism class visit to Glasgow Women’s Library. Now the GWL Archives are in situ we have access to a treasure trove of documents, publications and material artefacts relating to women. 59 more words

Simmered Spare Rib with Bitter Melon

Tested Recipe with Slight Adjustment Adapted from “An Inspiring Collection of Hakka Foods”

Ingredients A:

500g spare ribs

450g bitter melon

2 star anise

3 ginger slices… 157 more words

Main Dishes

Simmered Spare Rib with Potato

Tested Recipe Adapted from Hoe Yee’s Hawker Secret Recipes 4


400g spare rib (cut into pieces)

300g potatoes

100g carrot (wedged)

4 fermented bean curds… 107 more words

Main Dishes

Sisters are doin' it for themselves

Meet The Sistershow, a theatre troupe from Bristol’s Women’s Liberation movement, featured in Spare Rib, June 1973.  How cute are they? Especially her down the front, are those lurex heart print flares by Mr Darren?