Coming into her own to tell the story as is: Denise Pitter – an actress, singer, performer and more recently a mother, reveals the path she has created on her journey from Coventry to London.
Mercado Sonora, México City. A market that stretches to the edge of the horizon.
A film that plays on a certain kind of mood.
A negotiation around London’s North Circular.
There is something strangely intimate about getting a haircut. It is a kind of ritual grooming that can spark unlikely conversations between strangers: perhaps similar to the social ease created between apes picking each other’s fleas.
I keep looking up at the signs so I won’t lose my balance among all the salarymen wearing black suits and white shirts and dark plain ties, all the salarywomen wearing black suits and white blouses and sheer tights, all carrying laptops and rushing home while I hobble along with my rollerbag, all under black or blue umbrellas while I take an involuntary shower, then I take another shower in a bathroom as long as my outstretched arms and wish I’d brought another pair of shoes
Modern electronic devices have optimized our chances to connect but at the cost of in-depth focus.
The Bike Shed crew rumbled into town last May to present the latest and greatest from the UK’s custom motorcycle scene.
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