Miles Kane today releases the official music video for ‘Cry On My Guitar’, the third track to be taken from his stunning third solo album ‘Coup De Grace’, out August 10th on Virgin EMI. Directed by Brook Linder, the video sees Miles take on WWE wrestler Finn … Continue reading Miles Kane Releases New Video Ahead of Album ‘Cry On My Guitar’
The annual Bluesfest is coming back to London this October to celebrate their 8thyear at the O2 with legendary alumni’s Van Morrison and Robert Plant. Launched in 2011, the annual fest became one of the largest festivals in Europe to … Continue reading Bring it on Home: BluesFest to Celebrate its 8th Year at the O2.
-Texas- Many things come to mind when the name Texas comes up- whether it was the invention of Dr Pepper, its vastly growing Silicon Valley, or the fact it is the second largest state in the US after Alaska, in … Continue reading “I Don’t Know What’s Going To Happen I’m Just Gonna Keep Writing Gnarly Old Songs!” Ray Wylie Hubbard chats with Richmond Free Press
The Richmond Free Press would like to address any confusion regarding the information published on the story “Student Government Elections Suspended After Rules Broken”. It has been brought to the attention of the Richmond Free Press that a decision was made between student leaders and candidates to reopen the election due to transparency issues and to honour student voice. A meeting had decided that Article 12.4 had not been broken, under the circumstances that no information was published to the public. Sources state that even though Article 12.4 was not techincally broken, it was felt that the transparency clause had been broken, which led to the decision to reopen the election. The Free Press and the … Continue reading Clarification Letter: Student Government Elections Suspended After Rules Broken
Richmond’s student government elections were yesterday suspended, after it was found that the Student Government Constitution was violated.
News came after sources found that the agreed rules and conditions of the election were broken by Student Government Executive Board Officers. Continue reading “Student Government Elections Suspended After Rules Broken”
Introvert (n.) — a person who tends to shrink from social contacts and become preoccupied with their own thoughts.
One important thing to remember about defining the word “introvert” — it does not mean shy.
The term tends to have this stigma attached because of an introvert’s quiet and solitaire nature but in reality, it defines the person who “turns inward mentally” — preoccupied with their own thoughts and energized by spending time alone. Continue reading “The Introvert’s Manual: A Guide & Rulebook”
While preparing for a trip to Miami, most people might pack a lot of sunblock and swimsuits. The may also find it necessary to refresh on their Spanish, though the majority of the people speak English. Miami’s English is quite distinct and includes a mix of Spanglish words and phrases known to every true citizen of the 305. To help any visitor get around without being utterly confused, here’s a glossary of some of Miami’s most popular terms. Continue reading “12 Slang Words Everyone Must Know When Traveling to Miami”
Written and directed by: Wes Anderson
Story by: Wes Anderson, Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman, Kunichi Nomura
Cast: Bryan Cranston, Ed Norton, Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum, Scarlett Johansson
Following a four-year hiatus, Wes Anderson succeeds his last entry, The Grand Budapest Hotel, with an equally, if not more ambitious, piece of work. Entirely comprised of animated stop-motion figures resembling puppets — the same method used with Fantastic Mr. Fox — Isle of Dogs functions as a trademark of its auteur whilst carrying the equal sophistication and identification as a modern-day socio-political parable. Continue reading “Isle of Dogs — A fine balance of stylistic endeavour & contemporary political relevance”
Image: Courtesy of @AmrTIP I come from a land of tall palm trees, where the Sahara dessert hoovers beneath, while the Mediterranean sea governs above and all in-between, Squeezed between two lands of ancient prime, one of the pyramids and the … Continue reading “Where I’m From”: A Riddle