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A Review of: Motown

Written By: Madison Harden Some of the fondest memories I have from my childhood are of my dad singing “My Girl” by The Temptations in a low, soulful voice, as he danced around the kitchen and got all of my family members to join in. Loud,

Russell Square’s Little Box of Secrets

Written By: Lois Evans Photographed By: Jasmine Appiah Drilled into the side of a tree in Russell Square’s archway is the Secret Diary of Bloomsbury. “Open me,” is written in typewriter font on the front of the little birdhouse that serves as eyes and ears to

Shops of Shoreditch

Written By: Sophie Shaw Photography By: Alycia MacCaull In Shoreditch, you can find vintage steals on one block and high street styles on the next. The neighborhood is an eclectic mix of old and new, with designer boutiques steps away from some of the best vintage shopping

Running like a Londoner

Written By: Michael A Bukur One of the best ways to get acquainted with London is by strapping on your trainers and exploring the city on foot. However, urban running can be intimidating, especially in a new city. But be not afraid of running outside!