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Tech Round-up: April 2021

As our “new” normal continues to evolve, April’s tech will make you wish you were stuck at home with space to truly experience these gadgets.

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I scream, you scream, but there’s no cream in vegan ice cream

Deep, decadent, delightful. The idea of sitting at home, and nursing a tub of ice cream (or just a cup, for lesser beings) is one that is intricately linked to indulgence. Something that isn’t necessarily associated with veganism. And yet, here I am, seven tubs in (clearly I am no lesser being), and I am…
22 Jul 2021 4 mins read

Get intimate with nudes.jpg, a part of Festival of Women, N.O.W.

Long gone are the days of legendary 90s Neoprint photo booths. Even in the tiny, whitewashed, claustrophobic space that they offered, they exuded a boxed sense of privacy when you stepped in, and posed your face off. It is a similar sense of comfortable privacy that you might have felt if you had stepped into…
16 Jul 2021 5 mins read

Play Button: Our mid-year playlist

In May, we got bombarded with creativity and talent that wore its unmistakable voice like giant flags. While it sure kept our fingers jamming the replay button, it kept our minds resilient, even as our ‘new normal’ shifted yet again. Now that we are rushing headlong into the middle of the year, the sound remains…
2 Jun 2021 4 mins read

Tech Round-up: May 2021

Despite the space-time continuum seeming to have come to a halt, cool, new techie toys are here for us to occupy our time and keep our lives feeling fulfilled – maybe. Here we are, once again, caught in a lockdown. Well, not exactly a lockdown in the strict sense of the word, but for the…
31 May 2021 4 mins read

Tech Round-up: April 2021

As our “new” normal continues to evolve, April’s tech will make you wish you were stuck at home with space to truly experience these gadgets. Well, for the most part… With this month’s tech, brace yourself for the sort of creativity that is going to make you want to drop money on items that you…
29 Apr 2021 4 mins read

Play Button: Our April 2021 playlist

April’s sound is fierce and independent, with one key message: Reclaim the narrative and make it yours. The world is far from returning to what we called ‘normal’. Thankfully, neither are we stuck in what has been called the ‘new normal’. (Not yet, anyway.) So here’s to another month of the beauty of audio entertainment…
28 Apr 2021 3 mins read

Anthony Hopkins in The Father: Dementia like you’ve never seen it portrayed

Anthony Hopkins puts on the performance of a lifetime in The Father, a film about the unknown terrors of dementia that many of us grapple with understanding. One of the reasons why dementia is so deeply terrifying is because all we can do is watch as it plays out; with pity, with anger, with patience,…
21 Apr 2021 3 mins read

Seaspiracy documentary says screw sustainability

British filmmaker Ali Tabrizi’s Seaspiracy is sensational from the get-go. It is not the gory 2000s brainwashing that PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) had gotten us used to at one point. But what it is is a boatload of statistics framed in an effective narrative that seeks to make one point to…
12 Apr 2021 3 mins read
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