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Monthly Archives: July 2011
A so-called friend told me recently that I’m too enamoured with street art and graffiti. I said ‘whatev’. It’s not a new interest for me – it’s another form of self-expression, after all. And, I’m not alone. The fashion industry is … Continue reading
Another trip to east London. Another excuse to take a few snaps.
When I was little, if the food we were eating was particularly fancy (it was the 80s in Sydney, so I’m talking cubed cheddar on Jatz crackers and olives stuffed with capsicum), one of the grown-ups would say ‘Mate, that’s … Continue reading
Just the sight of the new DoDo emporium on Chelsea’s Sloane Square made me smile last night. Through the rain (and the pain of walking through puddles in my favourite pair of Manolos), the colours drew me inside. After all … Continue reading
Last week, while on my post-novel inbox detox, I got a welcome missive. ‘Meet Miss America!’ announced the subject line. How could I refuse? It didn’t matter that I had no idea who she was, why she was going to be … Continue reading
I’ve been hanging out in east London a lot lately, mostly because it’s where the creative types congregate, a couple of friends live over that way and lots of fashion launches and meetings tend to be around there. Every time … Continue reading
I’m not talking about the pint-sized, wise-cracking orphan who stole my tweenie heart back in the mid-80s (Whatever did happen to Soleil Moon Frye?). No, this post is about Brewdog and their beer.