This week’s horoscopes from Mystic Chess
Aquarius (Jan 20 – Feb 18) If you have something to share with the world, and you don’t know how to say it: interpretive dance is always a winner. Pisces (Feb 19- Mar 20) A strong feeling of surprising ease always proceeds to the realisation that you’ve failed to do […]
Aquarius (Jan 20 – Feb 18) Someone who will change your world will enter your life, Aquarius. Unfortunately, it’ll be at the end of the year. Hang tight and be bored until then, I guess? Pisces (Feb 19- Mar 20) If ignoring a problem doesn’t make it go away, try […]
Another week of Love Island, as mind-numbing as the last. It’s been a difficult week of watching, that started with Chuggs and Brad fighting for the affections of Rachel. Chuggs referred to himself as “jugs”, the kind of Freudian slip that is bound to happen if you’re surrounded by girls […]
It’s been over a year since there has been a series of Love Island on our screens. But now, with the footie on, sun (somewhat) out and a bunch of half-dressed twenty-somethings on our screens, it feels like summer is truly here. On Monday, there was a naive conversation in […]
On the last series of Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK, in a mini challenge, Tia Kofi was declared to be ‘baroness basic’: a title that overshadowed the rest of her performance on the show. By the way, if you don’t know what Ru Paul’s Drag Race is, this article isn’t […]
How did you feel when you returned to work after the weekend? If you felt anything other than BUZZING to be back, surrounded by colleagues, ready to dive back into work, it’s maybe time to consider a job change. After spending much of this past year in lockdown, we’ve all […]
In Susan Sontag’s Notes on Camp, Sontag defines the essence of camp as “its love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration”. What, then, could be more camp than Eurovision? Eurovision is what a European Parliament meeting would look like if it was run by drag queens. Except, of course, […]
UK Covid R-Value rises above 1 In the UK, the Covid R-rate has risen above one. However, it appears that next month’s removal of Covid restrictions across the UK will still go ahead. Israel and Hamas agree ceasefire After 11 days of fighting, in which over 250 people have died, […]
This third lockdown has really revealed how ugly I can be. My post-lockdown 2 hairdressing appointment was scheduled for March (still, far too late), and cancelled because of lockdown three. I can’t get an appointment until the end of May (to my boss: this is my formal request for the […]
Two things Gef loves: buying wine and supporting local businesses. That’s why we LOVE Wine Cellar’s deliveries, which bring wine, beer, and spirits straight to your door. Click to find out why buying wine locally is the best way to buy…
Introducing crab diaries: like a love letter, for everything we don’t love. Don’t expect posi vibes, this is a column for all our pent up Karen feelz.
This week, we’re (ironically?) having a moan about anonymous crabs.
EGaming is a relatively new industry, but it’s one that’s taking over the island. It’s big business, with big opportunities- but how much do you really know about the industry? We chatted with our mates over at Amber Gaming to bust some of the myths surrounding one of the quickest growing industries.
Mitzi Danielson-Kaslik, 17, is publishing her first novel. Palvine, is a young-adult novel, following an unnamed narrator as she becomes involved with the titular Sylvester Spence Palvine, who has been wrongly assumed to be the perpetrator of a murderer- resulting in his two-year period of hiding.
In today’s roundup we have a phone box at Cregneash making headlines, Pfizer announce trial results in children and Councils in England and Wales have filled in 1.7m potholes in the last year.