• Album Review: APRE – ‘Always in My Head’

    In a time of lockdowns, political turbulence, and monkish self-reflection, APRE deliver a provoking polemic into the nature of contemporary existence on the October mini-album, Always in My Head. Kess Leung delves artfully beneath the urban drums and anxious, soaring vocals of the Kent alt-pop duo’s most mature sonic offering to...
  • Buying Local: A Rebellion Against Food Giants

    Kallista looks at the move to buying food locally and supporting business by you....
  • Hidden Gems Of England

    I love a good weekend away in the UK just as much as going abroad. With travel being a bit trickier this summer than before, why not visit somewhere interesting in the UK instead? From beaches to villages to rural towns, the UK has so much on offer and...
  • Travel Inspiration: Top Haunted Places in the World

    Whatever one’s opinion on the paranormal, everyone loves a spooky ghost story, especially in the run up to Halloween. So here’s a list of top five most haunted places around the globe for you to visit. Pluckley Village, Kent, England A village with as small of a population as...
  • Music Review: Neverworld by Leefest 2018

    Despite the festival being well known for its family friendly nature, people from all ages showed up to be a part of Neverworld, a title renamed by Leefest, for those who wish to never grow up. Situated in the grounds of John Darlings Farm in Hever, Kent, locals showed...
  • Tournament Golf Back In The Garden of England: World Matchplay Comes To Kent

    There was some exciting yet surprising news for English golf fans recently, thanks to the announcement that The London Golf Club in Kent is scheduled to host the Volvo World Matchplay this October. The lack of professional events in England has been a much maligned problem among golf fans...
  • Kent Union Poster: Is Stalin And Soviet Imagery Acceptable?

    The Soviet Famine of 1932-33 is estimated to have killed around five to eight million men women and children. To put this in perspective, the total number of Jews murdered in the Nazi death camps was around six million, which, of course, does not include the millions of non-Jews...