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Pesto and palaces: the heart-warming Italian city of Genoa

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Beth Robson reminisces on her trip with her friends to the heart-warming city of Genoa, Italy. ...

Terminator 2’s T-1000 – The ultimate movie monster

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Ellie Parkin writes about a contender for the crown of greatest movie monster- Terminator 2's T-1000....

Uluru closes and Kyoto bans photography: is it time to re-evaluate how we approach travelling?

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In the aftermath of two major changes in travel, Beth Robson discusses the impact of tourism on our planet and how we should strive to be more culturally conscious travellers...

Animation Station: Corpse Bride (2005)

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For this weeks Animation Station, Ellie Parkin dissects Tim Burton's Corpse Bride...

Awe-rora Borealis across the globe

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Jamie Hampton shares the top four picturesque locations to experience the Northern Lights ...

‘Rise and Shine’ to the capitalisation of content

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Rommie Pintatham discusses the latest viral meme involving Kylie Jenner and how the Kardashian family effortlessly capitalise upon every opportunity to create income. ...

Soul food: African American cuisine

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Marcel Shamshoum discusses African American food and more!...

Testing taste buds around the world

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Cayla Viner takes readers on a tour of the world, stopping off to discuss her favourite dishes. ...

From Sudanese refugee to Newcastle bouncer: ‘Living in Limbo’

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Living in Limbo is the story of a modern Odyssey; a story of desperation, cruelty, separation and laughter. Newcastle’s Alphabetti Theatre showcases the story of a gruelling...

First meeting of Heaton’s own Dead Poets Society

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Tearing up textbooks, striding across desks and quoting Walt Whitman at the top of one’s lungs- an iconic moment in cinema, as Robin Williams (RIP) delivers a gem of performance...