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Sofar sounds out the real music lovers

Published on November 24th, 2013 | by Nina Hoogstraate

After a Friendly Fires gig, where “half the room was talking or texting…instead of enjoying the band”, Rafe Offer and his friend Dave Alexander said “there must be a better way” of getting music loving people... Read More


This is what happens when ‘cool’ moves in

Published on November 24th, 2013 | by Katherine Jackson

‘Hipsters’ and ‘yummy mummies’ are taking over Peckham. ALN looks into the consequences of gentrification for local communities The new ‘cool’ is fickle; it doesn’t stay around for long. It has been flitting around London, from Notting Hill to Brick... Read More


Outsourcing opportunity for student cheats

Published on November 24th, 2013 | by Adam Biagini

A new outsourcing phenomenon has emerged amongst students in the West. Normally done by large corporations who outsource their IT, call centre and retail operations to parts of East Asia lowering production costs, some might say this ‘exploits’ cheap labour. But it’s... Read More


Night Tales in Dalston

London’s winter pop-ups

Published on November 24th, 2013 | by Chloe Watson

London is filled to the brim with pop-up events during the summer time, from a bar on the roof of a car park in the middle of Peckham, to a sandy man-made beach in the middle... Read More


Cheap vs Treat: Day Out

Published on November 24th, 2013 | by Ellie McKenna

CHEAP: Portobello Road Market One of the best markets in London and definitely worth a visit on a Friday or Saturday. The atmosphere is both electric and eclectic, starting near Notting Hill Gate and stretching about a... Read More


Tattoos face the challenge of changing attitudes

Published on November 19th, 2013 | by Niamh Coghlan

The thrill of a permanent change, a modern day collection of art, Cheryl Cole’s backside, tattooing is a hot topic and its sudden popularisation has definitely caused a stir. However when looked at from a female... Read More


Detox on the Cheap

Published on November 19th, 2013 | by Holly Gilbert

  As first term draws to a close, you may feel the effects of a student lifestyle are starting to take its toll on your liver, prompting you to consider a much needed detox. But where do you begin? There... Read More

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