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Interview with the Artist Mike Freedman
Alessandra Addari / Uncategorized

Interview with the Artist Mike Freedman

Self – Destruct: the artist Mike Freedman’s concept of the Man’s Devastation of his Environment.   He has degrees from London, Oxford and Saskatchewan Universities and he recently graduated from the famous Chelsea and Wimbledon Art School. He had a successful International business and parallel political career and then, 10 years ago, he began painting. … Continue reading

It’s only a matter of time before Amazon is posting Dog Crap through your Letterbox
Culture

It’s only a matter of time before Amazon is posting Dog Crap through your Letterbox

A Spanish Town’s new scheme to combat Dog Fouling is the inevitable future of Online Delivery.   By Adam Langle Internet shopping giant Amazon recently announced that it is planning a major expansion into the world of online groceries. “AmazonFresh”-a service which enables customers to order fresh meat, eggs and produce alongside Amazon’s usual high-margin, … Continue reading

“L’Espagnole”, the Novel of Migrants…
Alessandra Addari / Culture

“L’Espagnole”, the Novel of Migrants…

…was published in March and marks European Union consultant Raffaella Greco Tonegutti’s first book, describing a multi-cultural environment in which a group of people’s language, love and sufferings are intertwined. “L’Espagnole” is Madame Isabel, an elderly widow who, as a young woman, emigrated to Belgium to escape Francoist Spain and reach her miner husband Pablo. … Continue reading

Offensive? Franco Battiato
Alessandra Addari / Politics

Offensive? Franco Battiato

Franco Battiato, Regional Councilor for Culture and famous singer-songwriter said in his speech at the European Parliament in Brussels on the 26th March: “There are sluts around in Parliament who would do anything, they should open a casino“. Immediately, the Rosario Crocetta, President of the Sicilian Region, decided to fire Franco Battiato and defined these claims serious and unacceptable.  “It’s been … Continue reading

The precarious life of kids these days: the unpaid internship industry
Culture / Kaitlin van Baarle

The precarious life of kids these days: the unpaid internship industry

  “Able to handle multiple tasks under strict deadlines”, “devotion to work late hours when needed”: the se were some of the criteria for a three to four month internship in Brussels, completely unpaid, that I applied for directly after receiving my Bachelor’s degree. I wanted to kill some time before starting my Master’s degree … Continue reading

Meet Mr Perfect –  He Drives an Audi, Earns £48K a Year and Calls His Mum Twice a Week
Alice Olive / Culture

Meet Mr Perfect – He Drives an Audi, Earns £48K a Year and Calls His Mum Twice a Week

Many men would suggest that women are difficult to please but in actual fact, it transpires that there’s an easy way for men to make themselves irresistible to a woman. Many of us believe that true love is all about chemistry and the art of compromise. But there are some things nearly all of us … Continue reading