The Witches of Eastwick is a 1987 film directed by George Miller and Jack Nicholson loosely based off of the book by John Updike. The tale follows three women who unknowingly create a coven when they share fantasies about their ideal man. This leads a mysterious man into town who turns out to be the devil. He, in turn, seduces the three women and they become the talk of the town. Continue reading FILM REVIEW: ‘The Witches of Eastwick’
The owners of a local restaurant have been praised by theircommunity due to their hard work and interactive ideas throughout multiple lockdowns. Laura Carey and Paul Smith took over ‘The Inn at Kippen’ in November of 2019. Despite an amazing start with the festive period, lockdown meant the closure of the pub. In order to cope financially with the pub shutting, Laura and Paul found themselves needing ideas on how to keep the business afloat. They introduced their Friday … Continue reading Local Pub’s Innovative Ideas Embraced by Community Throughout Lockdown
From scorching soccer Saturdays to the bitter cold of England, Australian internationals Alanna Kennedy and Emily Van Egmond have signed the dotted line to a permanent stay in the WSL. Both players have been stand-outs during their loan so far, so it was no surprise when West-Ham and Tottenham pushed for concrete contracts, with fellow Pride colleagues Claire Emslie and Shelina Zadorsky joining them to represent Everton and Spurs for the 20/21 season. Putting … Continue reading The Pride of England – Four Orlando Pride stars make the move to the WSL
Abel Tesfaye has finally delivered his next piece of work after a long wait from his last full album release of “Starboy” back in 2016, with the release of “After Hours” which againprovides the audience with the typical Unique voice he possesses. With a mix of 80s, modern pop and R&B, its an unpredictable yet exciting experience listening to this album. The Toronto based artist has produced music to the great enjoyment of … Continue reading AFTER HOURS REVIEW: Weird but normal for the Weeknd
If the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us anything, it’s not to take our basic needs for granted. When we’re cooking a meal we should be thankful that we can provide for ourselves; when running a bath we could be grateful for being clean; and when we settle down for the night we should remember that a further 4% of our population has become homeless since … Continue reading Please sir, may I have some food and shelter
Online learning as a concept can seem daunting and rightly so. Nothing seems pleasant about sitting on a video call with 20 strangers but something beautiful can come from it. Many Facebook and WhatsApp group chats were created at the beginning of the academic year made with promises of friendship and coursework help but not every class has had the joy in having these promises … Continue reading Don’t Talk To Strangers Online…Unless They’re In Your Zoom Class!