Tag - Cardiff

Food & Drink

Stag Coffee | Review

By Abby Wilson
After visiting Stag Coffee two times in the past two weeks, I thought it was only necessary to write a review of the place. An independent...

interview Music

An Interview with Tom Walker

by Andrea Gaini
Tom Walker is one of the most promising up-coming artists in Britain and in Europe, his scratched baritone voice and his high-intensity music...

Features

Spooky Fun or Insensitive Branding?

By Bethany Griffiths
Halloween has certainly changed a lot since I was a kid. It used to be a minor event that merely served to kick off the festive season –...

Q3

THE FUTURE IS FEMALE: And It Rocks

By Samantha Harford.
 
When most people hear an electric guitar, they might think of Led Zeppelin, Nirvana or Jimi Hendrix – hearing a woman’s name...

Food & Drink

Chai Street Green | Review

Words by Andrea Drobna
When first opened in Cardiff their goal was to provide authentic, tasty food from across India to a city on the go. For those looking...

Q3

Has #MeToo finally reached Bollywood?

by Nidhi Pattni
The #MeToo movement in Hollywood started a wave; it shook the industry and brought justice to survivors who had been secretly battling with the...

Food & Drink

Da Mara | Review

Words by Caterina Dassie
Da Mara is an Italian restaurant pizzeria situated in Penylan, just at the end of Albany Road in 2 Pen-Y-Lan Road. It has a capacity...

Q3

Review: The Guilty Feminist

I’m a feminist but…I will not feel guilty
by Molly Govus
he iconic first line of Deborah Frances-White’s podcast The Guilty Feminist never fails to make...

Q3

Ford vs Kavanaugh: What You Need to Know

by Rhiannon Humphreys
The discourse on sexual assault has come to a peak in the past couple of years with the birth of the #MeToo movement in 2017. The ongoing...

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