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California’s Burning – July 2020

California’s Burning – July 2020

Welcome to my take on a concept that is hardly new, but it’s something fresh to talk about and much more interesting than listening to the government’s COVID-19 briefings (whenever they crop up). So, welcome to my playlist of the month! Here are some lovely songs that I’ve been listening to and want to share…

A Very Big Weekend

A Very Big Weekend

Every year, on the late May bank holiday, the good ship BBC Radio 1 sets sail and docks at a town, or city, somewhere in the United Kingdom for a weekend of musical shenanigans, attracting some of the biggest bands and artists in the world, all for the entertainment of the masses – it’s a…

Rabbit Holes

Rabbit Holes

We’ve all visited the glorious Wikipedia at one point or another in our lives. Whether it’s to satisfy a curious itch, or to help speed along an essay that’s due in a day or two, it’s always much better to find what you want to hear, instead of reading the boring journals and articles yourself,…

#Snowmageddon – February

#Snowmageddon – February

Two months have passed since Christmas. Christmas, you know, that joyous lovely time of the year where it’s meant to be picturesque; the houses full of happy children, mugs filled with steaming hot chocolate, and the skies pouring the white fluffy white stuff onto the streets: snow (or God’s dandruff, if you’re a child on…

Violet Ink

Violet Ink

Violet Ink was one of the first posts on the original blog, but its content remains as relevant as ever to what I’m trying to accomplish with my side project. So, I’m sick of ‘reboots’ and ‘rehashes’. I’ve tried so many times to keep my projects updated and fresh. But, as hard as I try,…