On Monday the 30th of January, a protest was held outside Downing Street against the state visit that Prime Minister Theresa May has allowed, to President Trump, despite his travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries. President Trump, throughout his campaigning, stood … Continue reading Hey, Ho, Trump Has Got to Go! Anti-Trump Protest in London
Valentine’s Day has passed and so did it’s blues. But the blues don’t always have to be lonesome harp playing and bottleneck moaning. Over the last couple of weeks, I sat down with Frenchie and found out how a little … Continue reading 21st Century and the Blues
Every year, as Valentine’s Day nears, you start to see an inflow of articles about love. Among these are the most dreaded articles of all: lists of why being single is great. They tend to go something like this: … Continue reading Being Single and Bitter
Greetings Earthling and welcome to All Music Matters Podcast on Richmond Free Press website. Talking about awesomeness, we have our very own podcast! I’m Raghad your worst nightmare and host. “All Music Matters” is a music podcast show discussing all … Continue reading WE HAVE A PODCAST!
1. You have one friend going into University and someone to go through orientation week with. 2. You don’t have to eat by yourself or ask “hey, can I sit with you?” for the first week of school. Also, you … Continue reading The 10 Best Things about Having a Roommate
Warning: This review may contain plot spoilers. Me Before You, based on best-selling novel by Jojo Moyes, tells a story of a quirky girl named Louisa Clark. Once a waitress at The Buttered Bun cafe, she is forced to find … Continue reading Me Before You: a Heartbreaking Disappointment
Four countries, nine cities, twelve houses. This is only a rough breakdown of the lifestyle I had for the past twenty years but there is no number that can account for the endless boxes, hours of travel, and heartbreaking goodbyes … Continue reading Where I’m From: When I’m Actually Not From Anywhere
The “So Long Marianne” legend who conquered the music world by defying the laws of poetry and leading them into songwriting had sadly passed away on the 11th of November 2016 just a month after his album release “You Say … Continue reading Who was Leonard Cohen?
The Footprint By Hannah Tomsett “After all, I believe that legends and myths are largely made of ‘truth’, and indeed present aspects of it that can only be received in this mode; and long ago certain truths and modes of … Continue reading The Footprint