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Christmas, lights, anticipation
The greatest gift of all... Christmas television
TV editor Tayler Finnegan looks at the traditions of Christmas television, and explores why programming cliches are all part of the fun...
The Best Books of 2017
As this year comes to a close, Rita Cunha lists her five favourite books of 2017.
Photography, artists, music, culture, Rosina Chalk, Kettle Mag
Why there needs to be mutual respect between artists and photographers
Rosina Chalk considers the relationship between artists and photographers after Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age reportedly kicked a female photographer in the face.
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My thoughts on #MeToo
#MeToo was (and still is) a social movement that became associated with the Harvey Weinstein assault allegations that emerged recently. Originally started 10 years go by activist Tarana Burke, #MeToo aims to raise awareness of the magnitude of the problem of sexual harassment, assault and rape among both men and women. The phrase recently came to light due to actress Alyssa Milano tweeting “if you’ve been sexually harasses or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet’.
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Lubaina Himid wins the Turner Prize 2017
Lubaina Himid, born in Tanzania, won this past Tuesday the 2017 Turner Prize at a ceremony in Hull. She is the first black woman to win this award, and is the oldest recipient of the award.
Slam Dunk 2018
Slam Dunk festival is back for 2018
It's that time of the year already where festivals are starting to begin the announcing of their line ups. Slam Dunk Festival is one of the first to do so and we're already very excited!
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What is the right age to have technology?
Should children be allowed expensive tech as presents?
Films to go see in December
The Disaster Artist Release Date: 1st December 2017 The Disaster Artist is a biographical comedy
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Alice in Wonderland: the modern-day Lazarus
Zoe Little jumps down the rabbit hole and tells us why the world of 'Wonderland' is still relevant today.
Dodie, Camden, Kettle Mag
Screen to Stage: YouTuber Dodie Clark headlines Camden’s KOKO.
Rosie Jones went to see dodge in Camden..... and loved it!